Graphic Novels & Comic Books

What R U Reading Wednesdays?

Check out our Adobe Spark page to see this weeks new recommendations and start your summer reading! Includes:

  • “Everywhere You Don’t Belong” by Gabriel Bump
  • “The Book of Dust” by Philip Pullman
  • “Crazy Rich Asians” by Kevin Kwan
  • “Front Row at the Trump Show” by Jonathan Karl

Please continue to submit your responses via the linked form. #mvcclibraryonline2020

If You’re Not Reading Saga, Then You Are Missing One of Greatest Cliffhangers in History

If the day ever comes that comics/graphic novels are granted the same respect as novels, then writer Brian K. Vaughan will be viewed as one of our greatest authors.

Saga is this generations great series. It contains blends a Star Wars-like epic, the scenery of Avatar, the adult content and language of Game of Thrones, a family-driven plotline like Breaking Bad, and the humanity of Friday Night Lights. 

If we’ve piqued your interest, then time is on your side. Saga is currently on hiatus. Long before the coronavirus, creator Brian K. Vaughan planned for Saga to take a planned break of one year. It is now entering its second year. For fans that finished all nine volumes (54 comics), this wait has been pure torture.

Read the entire 9 volume masterpiece for free with our Hoopla database.

Saga Vol. 1 ( Contains comic issues #1-6)

Saga Vol. 2 (Contains issues #7-12)

Saga Vol. 3 (Contains issues #13-18)

Saga Vol. 4 (Contains issues #19-24)

Saga Vol. 5 (Contains issues #25-30)

Saga Vol. 6 (Contains issues #31-36)

Saga Vol. 7 (Contains issues #37-42)

Saga Vol. 8 (Contains issues #43-48)

Saga Vol. 9 (Contains issues #49-54)

Superman: Red Son

Superman: Red Son

Imagine a reality where the world’s most powerful super-being does not grow up in Smallville, Kansas – or even America, for that matter… Superman: Red Son is a vivid tale of Cold War paranoia, that reveals how the ship carrying the infant, who would later be known as Superman, lands in the midst of the 1950s Soviet Union. Raised on a collective, the infant grows up and becomes a symbol to the Soviet people, and the world changes drastically from what we know – bringing Superman into conflict with Batman, Lex Luthor and many others. The acclaimed story by writer Mark Millar and artists Dave Johnson & Kilian Plunkett is collected here, featuring an extensive sketch section by Johnson, Plunkett and Alex Ross. -Hoopla. Click here to read this compelling story on Hoopla!

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