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If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this section, please click here to let us know. Graphic novels already have strong proponents in many communities due to their popularity among children and teens. Is the future of the graphic novel superhero-focused or not? Adolescent literature is realistic in language and themes. an immigrant from Tai-wan. These horror titles stopped being printed after the creation of the Comics Code Authority. Particular emphasis is placed on developing relatively narrow criteria for the collection.” which “suggests the low esteem in which most libraries have held comic books” (85). he advocates building collections such as the one at MSU. it nonetheless gives a good picture of the problems and opportunities that graphic novels can create for academic libraries.

Pages: 48

Publisher: Dark Horse (May 15, 2007)

ISBN: 1593075308

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