Great Graphic Novels of NYCC

New York Comic Con may have come and gone but that doesn’t mean the reading of comic books have to end! Graphic Novels and mangas gives us readers another alternative way for stories can be told and, as years gone by, they have become more fresh and just as realistic and entertaining compared to prose books. If you are looking to jump in the world of comic books or already a lover of them, here are some new releases that have been creating a lot of buzz but will also make you want to dive more into the world of comic books:

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In Memory of Stan Lee: 1922-2018

 

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“When I write something, if I’m enjoying the story, I’m happy with it. I’m not so unique, I don’t think. If I like it, other people probably will too. You can’t tell a great story if you’re writing for them; you don’t know them. You can only know yourself, so be true to that. Please yourself. Apparently there are enough people on this planet as plain as me. I’m not so extraordinary after all. Or maybe we all are…”

Friday Debate: Comic Books and Their Movies

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Welcome to Friday Debate, a feature on cup of tea with that book, please, where every Friday a question will be posted that tantalize the brain and expands our horizons. For this week’s question:  Continue reading “Friday Debate: Comic Books and Their Movies”

Muslim Superhero To Be Added To Marvel Cinematic Universe

Kamala Khan may be heading to a big screen near you!

Marvel Studios Kevin Feige dropped hints recently in an interview that plans are in the works to introduce Ms. Marvel, or Kamala Khan to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. If this becomes a reality, Ms. Marvel  would be the first Muslim superhero portrayed on the big screen.  Continue reading “Muslim Superhero To Be Added To Marvel Cinematic Universe”