New this week at the MA Library: the disfunctional families of Wonder Woman and Spider-Woman, teenage slayers, and PoC revisionist histories. Comics Queer: A Graphic History by Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele Offers an illustrated guide to the histories of queer thought and LGBTQ+ action. Characters from pop culture guide the reader through a … More New Books for the Week of 3/6/17
New this week at the MA Library: DC gets a much needed rebirth, Marvel gets gritty, and reference books galore. Comics Batman Detective Comics vol 1: “Rise of the Batmen” by James Tynion IV An elite fighting force has stolen the mantle of the Dark Knight and invaded the streets of Gotham. While their … More New Books for the Week of 2/20/17
New this week at the MA Library: novels about target groups in WWII, teenage Chosen Ones saving the world, and Japanese art books.
Looking to broaden your reading diet? Entertainment Weekly has pulled together this amazing list of 26 books Muslim authors to check out. In particular, the MA Library suggests A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseni, An Ember in the Ashes by Saba Tahir, Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, and the comic book Ms. Marvel by G. … More 26 Fantastic Books by Muslim Authors
From Curious George to Doctor Faustus to The House of the Spirits to In the Shadow of the Banyan, refugees fleeing their war-torn homelands to the United States have written some incredible and powerful books. Check out this article from the New York Times for their full list of 25 fantastic refugee-written books.
New this week at the MA Library: so many books…like, soooooo many. Comics & Graphic Novels Archie vol 2 by Mark Waid and Veronica Fish Rich, elusive Veronica Lodge has taken Riverdale by storm, pitting student against student. With Jughead determined to take her down and Betty pining over her BFF, poor Archie is … More New Books for the Week of 1/23/17
Guest post by Delaney N., ‘18. The first thing I noticed about The Vision was the covers. Mike Del Mundo, one of my all-time favorite comic book artists, has a command of color and a unique style of painting that creates beautiful and intriguing images. The comic’s inside art, by Gabriel Hernandez Walta, is strikingly … More Do Androids Dream of Electric Families?