Coraline Graphic Novel

The Graphic Novel: An Introduction (Cambridge Introductions to Literature)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlexGolova at Jan. 29, 2018
The Graphic Novel: An Introduction (Cambridge Introductions to Literature)

The Graphic Novel: An Introduction (Cambridge Introductions to Literature (Paperback)) by Jan Baetens
English | 11 Dec. 2014 | ISBN: 1107655765 | 298 Pages | AZW3 | 3.96 MB

The Cambridge Companion to the Graphic Novel (Cambridge Companions to Literature)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Dec. 13, 2017
The Cambridge Companion to the Graphic Novel (Cambridge Companions to Literature)

The Cambridge Companion to the Graphic Novel (Cambridge Companions to Literature) by Stephen E. Tabachnick
2017 | ISBN: 1107519713, 1107108799 | English | 244 pages | EPUB | 5 MB

On the Graphic Novel  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Nov. 3, 2017
On the Graphic Novel

Santiago García, "On the Graphic Novel"
2015 | ISBN-10: 162846481X, 1496813189 | 254 pages | PDF | 37 MB

L'Uomo Ragno - Graphic Novel Strip - Volume 4  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Oct. 30, 2017
L'Uomo Ragno - Graphic Novel Strip - Volume 4

L'Uomo Ragno - Graphic Novel Strip - Volume 4
Italian | CBR | 50 pages | 34.4 MB

Coraline: The Graphic Novel (2009)  Comics

Posted by First1 at July 24, 2017
Coraline: The Graphic Novel (2009)

Coraline: The Graphic Novel (2009)
English | CBR | 194 pages | 133.74 MB

Coraline discovered the door a little after they moved into the house.

Coraline – Neil Gaiman (Graphic Novel)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by mal11lam at Sept. 2, 2009
Coraline  –  Neil Gaiman (Graphic Novel)

Coraline – Neil Gaiman
English | PDF | 192 pages | ISBN: 0060825456 | 138 MB

Coraline lives with her preoccupied parents in part of a huge old house–a house so huge that other people live in it, too… round, old former actresses Miss Spink and Miss Forcible and their aging Highland terriers ("We trod the boards, luvvy") and the mustachioed old man under the roof ("'The reason you cannot see the mouse circus,' said the man upstairs, 'is that the mice are not yet ready and rehearsed.'") Coraline contents herself for weeks with exploring the vast garden and grounds. But with a little rain she becomes bored–so bored that she begins to count everything blue (153), the windows (21), and the doors (14). And it is the 14th door that–sometimes blocked with a wall of bricks–opens up for Coraline into an entirely alternate universe. Now, if you're thinking fondly of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe or Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, you're on the wrong track. Neil Gaiman's Coraline is far darker, far stranger, playing on our deepest fears. And, like Roald Dahl's work, it is delicious.

Coraline: The graphic novel  Comics

Posted by .:Louise:. at July 20, 2009
Coraline: The graphic novel

Coraline: The graphic novel
written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by P. Craig Russell
HarperCollins | June 24, 2008 | ISBN: 006082543X | 192 pages | PDF | 138 Mb | Language: English

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Russell, a 35-year veteran of comics and frequent collaborator with Gaiman, offers an adaptation of Gaiman’s 2002 novel (illustrated by Dave McKean), a tale of childhood nightmares. As in the original story, Coraline wanders around her new house and discovers a door leading into a mirror place, where she finds her button-eyed “other mother,” who is determined to secure Coraline’s love one way or another. This version is a virtuoso adaptation, streamlining passages that function best in prose and visually highlighting parts that benefit most from the graphic form. A master of fantastical landscapes, Russell sharpens the realism of his imagery, preserving the humanity of the characters and heightening horror, even as Gaiman’s concise storytelling ratchets up the eeriness. The adaptation loses none of Coraline’s original character; she’s clever, resourceful, intrepid, and highly determined when it comes to doing what must be done. Comics fans will delight in this version, and readers familiar with the previous book will greatly appreciate the opportunity to explore the story in a successful new way. --Jesse Karp.
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L'Uomo Ragno - Graphic Novel Strip - Volume 3  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Oct. 6, 2017
L'Uomo Ragno - Graphic Novel Strip - Volume 3

L'Uomo Ragno - Graphic Novel Strip - Volume 3
Italian | CBR | 66 pages | 45.5 MB

Posthumanism and the Graphic Novel in Latin America  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Sept. 28, 2017
Posthumanism and the Graphic Novel in Latin America

Posthumanism and the Graphic Novel in Latin America by Edward King
English | July 3, 2017 | ISBN: 1911576461 | 266 Pages | PDF | 48 MB

The emergence of the contemporary graphic novel across many regions of the world has been closely implicated with posthumanist thought. Science fiction narratives forged from multiple real and imagined couplings between technology, bodies and subjectivities feature prominently in the various competing genealogies for the medium.

Marvel Graphic Novel Complete Collection (1982-1993)  Comics

Posted by First1 at Sept. 23, 2017
Marvel Graphic Novel Complete Collection (1982-1993)

Marvel Graphic Novel Complete Collection (1982-1993)
English | CBR/CBZ | 81 Volumes | 2.64 GB

Marvel Graphic Novels (MGN) was a volume of graphic novel trade paperbacks in an over-sized magazine format that was published from 1982 to 1993, often filled with big stories and introductions of new characters and teams, such as the New Mutants or Futurians. Unfortunately they fell to the wayside in the early ’90s, when the prestige format came around.