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While writing ‘Bhavesh,’ I pretty much chewed up every single graphic novel I could get my hands on, so all the way from the entire ‘Batman’ series, Frank Miller’s ‘Batman,’ Ed Brubaker’s ‘Batman,’ Scott Snyder’s ‘Batman,’ all the way through ‘Daredevil’ to ‘100 Bullets,’ through so many other graphic novels.
I’m more into graphic novels than comic books.
I was definitely more of a movie/cartoon guy than comics, but I really do like graphic novels – I don’t have the time to sit down and read Stephen King like I used to, so I find picking up ‘Saga’ every now and then and just diving back into it is a great way to stay reading.
I’m really shy, man. I don’t really talk much. I just read, sit in my room and just read graphic novels because I don’t have many friends and many people that like to talk to me.
This is a profession for me, but I started off as a self-publisher working on my own schedule and my own stuff before moving on to graphic novels with First Second Books, where there was definitely a schedule, but it was very different from monthly comics.
I love movies, but I would love to write as many graphic novels as people would read from me.
I tend to have an endless number of ideas for writing projects. I don’t necessarily say that as a good thing. Maybe it’s a good thing, but I have ideas for all kinds of projects: contemporary novels, graphic novels, anything that happens to go through my mind.
Graphic novels let you take risks that just wouldn’t fly in the conventional book form.
Graphic novels are all about fantasies. Superman and Batman started it. It’s like a reaction to environment around you. You desire to do things in comic books or films what you can’t do in real life.
I like the idea of making big budget films with a heart. I like graphic novels more than comic books.
I’m not not a fan of graphic novels, but it’s not like one of my pastimes, reading graphic novels.
I try to widen the horizons of every child I meet, and part of that is promoting diverse forms, be it graphic novels, stories told in a narrative voice, or more translated books, as well as more diverse writers and more diverse characters.
The difference between graphic novels and web comics is even greater than graphic novels and story boarding. Web comics really is a legitimately separate genre.
Doing graphic novels is cool! It’s fun! You get to write something, and then see it visually page by page, panel by panel, working with the artist, you get to see it fleshed out.
You know, I read graphic novels but not encyclopedically.
Seriously, you know – I love to write. I enjoy the process; I enjoy the different processes, because writing for film and television and graphic novels is all very different. So I’ve never had the feeling of, ‘Oh, you have to do this one thing.’
I like westerns, fantasy, sci-fi, graphic novels, thrillers, and I try to avoid the word ‘genre’ altogether. A good book is a good book.
I’m a severe graphic novels junkie. People ask me about it, and I say I like the graphic novels. Comic books are for kids, and graphic novels are for adults. But you can’t really separate the two.
I was a sci-fi addict when I was a kid and a teenager. Novels, graphic novels, movies, it was my way to deal with reality.
I’ve always been a big fan of utopian, future, new-world stories – ‘V For Vendetta,’ comic books, graphic novels.
I’m a cartoonist. I write and draw comic books and graphic novels. I’m also a coder.
The ‘Barnaby’ books were always intended to be graphic novels.
Nobody’s made an impact like Raina Telgemeier or Kate Beaton. I think that indie creators, people making webcomics and graphic novels, are the ones to watch.
There’s a lot of possibility in the ‘Pacific Rim’ universe for additional stories to be told, whether that’s additional graphic novels or animated series or video games or movie sequels.
Graphic novels are not traditional literature, but that does not mean they are second-rate. Images are a way of writing. When you have the talent to be able to write and to draw, it seems a shame to choose one. I think it’s better to do both.
Anyone who sets foot into the ‘Watchmen’ universe and isn’t just a little nervous should be given a few days of electroshock therapy. I’ve always considered ‘Watchmen’ to be one of the best graphic novels ever written, and when it came out back in 1986 I was as blown away as everyone else. Just masterful.
I’m a big fan of a lot of graphic novels – ‘Fables,’ ‘Y: The Last Man’ and ‘The Walking Dead,’ which I like a lot more.
I think graphic novels are closer to prose than film, which is a really different form.
I certainly think we’re going to see more and more graphic novels and more illustrated novels.
I love written books and novels, but I really love graphic novels and comic books!
‘The Blue Dragon’ uses very filmic language and involves a lot of technology. It is more cinematic than theatrical and was inspired by comic strips and graphic novels.
Graphic novels and comic books, by and large, as you know, have cover art, and they have interior art. The interior art is never as detailed as the cover art.
One of my favorite graphic novels of all time is Grant Morrison’s ‘Earth-2.’