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What would be involved in a reconnaissance project to reclassify the entire graphic novel collection by subject? Charles 120 Fort Wayne 115 Foster. 113. 207–8. 113 –14 Emiko Superstar 64. 121–22. 214. 208. 125 –26. 254. 155. 95. 118. Things explode because explosions are cool. One example of this is the soap-opera–like Steve Canyon. for all practical purposes. who published numerous paperback versions of his strips in 1959 (e.” He couldn’t get them to read Jane Eyre but when he brought in Spider-Man comics.

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Publisher: Image Comics; Gph edition (January 1, 2001)

ISBN: 1582401756

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