graphic novel

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graphic novel:

see comic stripcomic strip,
combination of cartoon with a story line, laid out in a series of pictorial panels across a page and concerning a continuous character or set of characters, whose thoughts and dialogues are indicated by means of "balloons" containing written speech.
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BEIRUT: In a Beirut cafe, Italian artist and graphic novelist Stefano Ricci smiled as images of children painting flicked across a computer screen.
Both introverts themselves, they soon recruited graphic novelist Maxeem Konrardy to create the artwork.
On the contrary, like a good graphic novelist, he uses stylization and exaggeration to create the large emotional effects his story requires.
DANICA NOVGORODOFF IS AN ARTIST AND GRAPHIC NOVELIST BASED IN NEW YORK.
The fantasy of the past: a conversation with graphic novelist Lamia Ziade
Veteran graphic novelist Chester Brown's new book, Mary Wept Over the Feet of Jesus: Prostitution and Religious Obedience in the Bible (Drawn & Quarterly), presents comic-book versions of Bible stories involving prostitutes.
Esoterika" director Elwood Perez was quoted to have said in a release that the film is about "a voyage of self- discovery, the protagonist, a graphic novelist - alternately ingenious and ingenuous - plunges into the territory of the exalted, the charmed and the bizarre, swimming through the uncharted waters of the unique Filipino experience, emerging from it all as an authentic ManileAaAaAeA~o, imbued with the thought th tolerance is sophistication.
So, Mr Geronimo, a gardener, finds that his feet no longer touch the ground; graphic novelist Jimmy Kapoor wakes up in his bedroom to find a strange person resembling his own cartoon character; a self- loathing Teresa Saca brings out "white forking voltage" from her fingertips; and, an abandoned baby wrapped in India's National Flag gets the ability to identify corruption.
But as the trio embarks on their quest, it turns out that the biggest secret lies with Norm's sister Keira, a best-selling graphic novelist who has exposed and grotesquely distorted her own family in her art.
Illustrator and graphic novelist Dave Gibbons, whose artwork has featured in the bestselling series Watchmen and 2000 AD |
Film director Bill Forsyth, authors Roddy Doyle and Dr Jung Chang, broadcaster Brian Taylor, graphic novelist Dave Gibbons and molecular biologist Professor Frank Grosveld were also honoured.