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Dr. Gibney's Thoughts on Graphic Novels in the Classroom

Dr. Nancy Gibney, UDM reading and language arts methods professor, on graphic novels in education:

“Allowing students to read and create graphic novels and comics in K-12th grade classrooms will enable them to better understand and examine complex ideas due to their engaging, interesting and unique format. This site contains many helpful resources that will introduce you to the exciting world of graphic novels providing lessons and activities on how to incorporate them into your teaching.”

Comiclopedia -- Illustrated Artist Compendium

  • Comiclopedia -- Illustrated Artist Compendium
    From the website: "The Comiclopedia is an illustrated compendium of over 12,000 comic artists from around the world. It is the world's largest overview of comic artists, and the brainchild of comic shop Lambiek's founder Kees Kousemaker (1942-2010) who was at the vanguard of promoting comics as art."

comicbookdb.com: The Comic Book Database

  • comicbookdb.com: The Comic Book Database
    From the website: "ComicBookDB.com is the fastest-growing comic database on the web. The first goal of this project is to catalog every comic, graphic novel, manga, creator, character and anything else that could relate to the field of comics."

    Registration is free.

    Adding to the database is encouraged and welcomed!

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