Category Archives: Graphic Novels

NATALIE PORTMAN IS COMING BACK!!! JANE FOSTER IS BECOMING THOR IN THE MCU!!!

I loved the Marvel comics that took us to the new Thor so this made me very happy:  NATALIE PORTMAN IS COMING BACK!!! JANE FOSTER IS BECOMING THOR IN THE MCU!!!

Holy Cupcakes! Batman Turns 80

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A post full of inspirational ways to celebrate the Bat Family can be found here.

Spider-Man: Life Story – An Evocative Argument for Letting Superheroes Age

I loved this discussion on Spider-Man: Life Story – An Evocative Argument for Letting Superheroes Age

Spiderman: Far From Home

I saw the movie in a cinema in San Francisco. I loved it, and then read this review and went yep, this works too well as a summary. Warning there are spoilers.

How To Top Thanos Vol. 1 – Annihilus

A great post on one of my favourite subjects How To Top Thanos Vol. 1 – Annihilus

Using Comics to teach Literacy

A great interview with Tim Smyth, proponent of Graphic Novels in the Classroom led me to his website which has a fantastic array of tools to help promote this genre.

Graphic Novels Belong in Your English Class. Here’s How to Use Them

A really great article on the benefits and uses of graphic novels in the classroom.

Tony Stark – Marvel’s Cinematic Masterpiece

I love this post about Tony Stark – Marvel’s Cinematic Masterpiece.

Tony is flawed, just like me and you, and yet he still is capable of stepping up when he needs to. I love him as an example I can use to my own child – as they begin the voyage of teenagerhood. That we have to make mistakes, to learn from them.

5 Quotable Catchphrases From DC Comics

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The Comic Vault has drawn together 5 Quotable Catchphrases From DC Comics.

My favourite has to be the Green Lantern oath. I love it!!!!

‘The Complete Guide To Asterix’ by David Litchfield

I grew up on a steady diet of Tintin and Asterix graphic novels, so imagine my delight when I found this ‘The Complete Guide To Asterix’ by David Litchfield.

My now 12 year old and I still enjoy a good Tintin or Asterix….but don’t tell anyone okay?

bone&silver

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BookDragon

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Pernille Ripp

Teacher. Author. Creator. Speaker. Mom.

Sarah Park Dahlen, Ph.D.

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Mr. Library Dude

Academic librarian with 15+ years of experience. Passionate about lifelong learning and student success. Interested in user experience and organizational leadership. For me, being a librarian has never been about the books--it's about the people!

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Entertainment Website Covering Comics Media News, Interviews and Reviews

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Book reviews from under the city lights.

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A treasure trove of beautiful children’s literature for you to discover.

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For lovers of Australian and New Zealand literary fiction; Ambassador for Australian literature

The YA Room

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Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog

This is a writer's blog for authors, business people, creative people, freelancers, journalists, publishers, and poets. They will learn the ins and outs of writing for publication. Both beginning and experienced writers will profit from it.

CrazyQuiltEdi

Crazy quilts are unique and innovative quilts created from scraps of material. They're crafted from odd pieces that don't always match or fit together without the work of an artist. My hope is for a world that values this unique artwork. I blog to make IPOC authors and their works more accessible, to make all the pieces fit together.

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Thoughts, Ideas and so much more

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"The difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense." -- Tom Clancy

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