The Art of War: A Graphic Novel Kelly Roman, Michael DeWeese
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Written by Alan Grant (Judge Dredd, Editor Alexander Finbow provides an introduction to the book as well as his motivations for assembling his creative team at new publisher Renegade Art Entertainment. Graphic Novel Collection: Darkie's Mob: The Secret War of Joe Darkie by John Wagner and Mike Western Wagner's ultra-rough-and-tumble storytelling is ably supported by artist Mike Western, also know for handling the art on the soccer comic “Roy of the Rovers.” He's particularly strong in capturing the brutal nature of one-on-one combat, and if In Wagner and Western's hands, war is a dehumanizing experience for both sides. ART OF MARVEL STUDIOS HC SLIPCASE. The story elements of the game are unique: rather than pitting commanders and wizards in an epic war, the players are authors, using precious ink to scribe their minions into existence. STAR WARS DARTH MAUL DEATH SENTENCE TP . To comic specialty stores during May 2013. Around two thousand years ago, Chinese general Sun Tzu wrote The Art of War — an ancient military treatise that went on to become one of the most timeless and revered strategy books of all time. Here's a post that's maybe a surprise addition to my blog, especially as neither creator involved in the excellent new Ramones graphic novel, Gabba Gabba Hey (out today, June 14th, in the UK… the script from the fantastic Jim McCarthy (Sex Pistols: The Graphic Novel, Neverland: the Life and Death of Michael Jackson) and the breathtaking graphic art from the amazing Brian Williamson (Torchwood: Rift War, Neverland: the Life and Death of Michael Jackson). Writer Kelly Roman and illustrator Michael DeWeese adapted Sun Tzu's The Art of War into a graphic novel. Tonaba- It's a story about home, philosophy, art, culture, architecture, and of course cats. ICv2 - These are estimates of the sales on graphic novels by Diamond U.S. Renegade Arts Entertainment releases a graphic novel accompanied by a historical summary of the events of the war that drew to a close with no clear victor, except maybe that the war ending was triumph enough. As great graphic novels showed the way to the future, some fine collections captured past greatness. And then a bunch of other stuff. Then we calm down a bit with “Lions of Valletta,” a thoughtful graphic novel in the indie/talking animals school. Best of The best comics of 2011: Graphic novels & art comics ..