• We Served the People: Calming and Conflicted

    We Served the People: Calming and Conflicted0

    Emei Burell’s graphic novel We Served the People: My Mother’s Stories depicts Burell’s mother, Yuan Ye Ping’s, experience of the Down to the Countryside Movement during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Through these stories, told through prose, art, and incorporating photographs, the audience reflects on the lived experience of the Cultural Revolution. It’s an important, subtle

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  • The Beatles Story: And Your Book Can Sing

    The Beatles Story: And Your Book Can Sing0

    The Beatles Story Angus Allan (Writer), Arthur Ranson (Artist) Rebellion/The Treasury of British Comics February 2018 Ever since Beatlemania began in 1963, comics has watched, recorded, and re-interpreted the Fab Four. It started very early on, with the now defunct Dell Comics 1964, a sanitized one-shot biography of The Beatles. But it has included everything

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  • Soviet Daughter: A Graphic Revolution

    Soviet Daughter: A Graphic Revolution0

    Soviet Daughter: A Graphic Revolution Julia Alekseyeva Microcosm Publishing January 10th, 2017 A review copy was provided from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Soviet Daughter is a graphic biography of a women named Lola, born in 1910 to a poor Jewish family outside of Kiev. She lived through the Bolshevik revolution, the civil war, the Stalinist

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