AutobioGraphix.

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Dark Horse Books, Dec 2, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 98 pages
8 Reviews
Dedicated readers have long known that the medium of comics and graphic novels isn't all about caped super-heroes and spandex-clad bad girls. In fact, the combination of words and pictures can be the perfect vehicle for telling all kinds of stories, from poignant memoirs to lighter takes on the mundane musings of modern life. This collection of short stories illustrates, quite literally, the effectiveness of the medium for telling the most personal of stories - the autobiography - and does so by showcasing some of the first published autobiographical stories from living-legend artists, mainstream greats, and young "indie" up-and-comers.

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User Review  - George Marshall - Goodreads

I was wondering why talented contributors produced something so dull. I think the main problem is that they felt compelled to produce either adecdotes (dense stories with twists and morals) or high ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

This is a book of autobiographical short stories showcasing what the medium can do in the genre of autobiography. Unfortunate then that is almost uniformly dull. Almost every story is about name ... Read full review

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