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Just remember that you can “become a fanatic. even less so when dealing with graphic novels. so it is up to the librarian to advocate this resource. it is also an effective way of communicating ideas and thoughts in an easily accessible form. the patron will not request items from the graphic novel collection. we must truly believe this as we redefine the format to a reluctant listener. it is not our job to convert our patrons to what we might consider the best parts of our collection.

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Publisher: Marvel Comics; 1st edition (2007)


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