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Graphic Novels & Comics

This guide was originally created for students of English 218 studying Comics and the Graphics Novel in Professor Baraw's American Experience and Literature Course at Southern Connecticut State University.


Here is a list of magazines that feature graphic novels, comic books, and their creators:

 Comic Art Magazine - Surveys newspaper comic strips, magazine cartoon panels, and comic book art.

Comic Book Artist - Featured lengthy interviews with artists, writers, editors and publishers. Ceased publication. (1998-2005)

Comic Foundry  - A magazine devoted to how comics can influence your everyday life.

The Comics Journal - Contains news, criticism, scathing reviews, and pointed editorials pertaining to comics, comic strips, and graphic novels.

European Comic Art - Features articles devoted to the study of European-language graphic novels, comic strips, comic books, and caricature.

Graphic Novel Scene Magazine - Includes news, reviews, price guide and other information that comic readers want to know.

Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics - Features interdisciplinary research on graphic novels, comic strips and comic books from the fields of art, cinema, television and cultural studies.

Sequential Tart - A web zine that focuses on the influence of women in the comic industry. Features in-depth articles, news, and interviews.

Wizard: The Comics Magazine - Covers information about comic books, movies, TV, video games and DVDs with full-color graphics, in-depth interviews and behind-the-scenes features. Ceased publication. (1991-2011)

Write Now - the professional “how-to” magazine on writing for comics, animation, and science fiction.