The National Post Praises GC3′s Innovative Literary Depictions

The Graphic Canon gives power to the comic panel Robert Fulford | December 31, 2013 7:00 AM ET

In The Fray Interviews Russ Kick

In The Fray recently conducted an interview with the man behind The Graphic Canon, Russ Kick. Here is a highlight: The Graphic Canon isn’t just works of literature. You also include philosophical writings from people like… Continue reading

Great Review for The Graphic Canon on Digital Spy

Wow! More great review for The Graphic Canon. Digital Spy says: Russ Kick’s anthology is a true work of art. The three-volume series covers the entire history of literature and storytelling, featuring hundreds… Continue reading

Contributor Interview: Colleen Frakes

In continuation of our interviews with those who made the Graphic Canon possible, today we have Colleen Frakes.  Colleen took on The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton. 1) What inspired you to adapt… Continue reading

Contributor Interview: James Uhler

Today we continue our series of interviews with those who made the Graphic Canon possible. Up next is graphic artist James Uhler who used inventive and avant garde typography to adapt Letters to a… Continue reading

Contributor Interview: Robert Sikoryak

In continuation of our interviews with those who made the Graphic Canon possible, today we have amazing artist Robert Sikoryak. Robert took on “The Metamorphosis” by Kafka. 1) What inspired you to adapt… Continue reading

Graphic Canon vol 3 is Number 4 on New York Times Bestselling Paperback Graphic Books!

New York Times lists Graphic Canon vol 3 as #4 Bestselling Paperback Graphic Books The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami Illustration by Rey Ortega   Click here to visit the Seven Stories Graphic… Continue reading

Review: Excerpt from Geek Dad’s Serious Comics, Part 6

Most of the comics I’ve listed in my serious comics posts are ones that I would argue qualify as capital-L Literature. Of course, there are plenty of non-comics books that qualify as Literature… Continue reading

Review from Comicsgrinder

Henry Chamberlain of Comicsgrinder offers his two cents on the Graphic Canon, Vol 3. Not all the work here is by cartoonists, per se, but most of it is and everyone here is… Continue reading

A Few Words from Win Wiacek from Now Read This!

Once upon a time in the English-speaking world, nobody clever, educated or grown up liked comics. Now we’re an accredited really and truly art form and spectacular books like this can be appreciated…… Continue reading