Pale Dark: Vol 1 - Subject K

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Island by Brandon Graham, Emma Rios, Marian Churchland, and others, Image (June): Island is a new 72-page, oversized format monthly comics magazine that will see an array of international artists and writers play within the sandbox it provides. Look no further, bookfinder searches 130 stores and gives you the price at each. Graphic Novels are marketed widely online and at conventions. The burgeoning field of comics scholarship contributed to the understanding of the grammar and language of comics. the reader’s brain is bombarded simultaneously with the graphic novels’ characters.

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