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School's out, the temperatures are high, and the lines to the beach are long - it's summer! To help you select some fine summer reading, BookShelf offers a list of graphic novel highlights released from June through August 2016.
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This year's ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition will feature panels, presentations, and the artist alley for the graphic novel loving librarians. Other events include ALA Play and the awarding of the Will Eisner Graphic Novel Grant for Libraries.
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Librarian Caitlin Plovnick explores how comics and graphic novels can benefit research instruction.
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By Caitlin Plovnick
Robert Kirkman's graphic novel horror series about a man fighting demonic possessions becomes the latest comic to make the leap to television with the Cinemax debut of Outcast. See the graphic novels where the story began here.
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Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael are at it again as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows comes crashing into theaters! Learn more about all the crazy characters hitting the screen with these four graphic novels.
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Oni Press re-introduces readers to Sophie Campbell's supernatural-tinged saga of identity-seeking and drama in the new edition of Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble Wanderings. Here, Campbell gives us insight on the series.
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The sequel to Pixar's hit Finding Nemo swims into theaters in June, and Joe Books helps readers enjoy the movie any time with the Disney Pixar Finding Dory Cinestory adaptation.
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Ian Fleming's famous super-spy returns to comics in the all-new Dynamite Entertainment graphic novel James Bond Vol. 1: VARGR, full of classic intrigue and danger, from NYT bestselling author Warren Ellis. Here, Ellis discusses working on the legendary MI6 agent.
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For librarians and educators looking to sample some upcoming books before they hit the shelves, BookShelf offers a list of the newest titles now available for viewing on Net Galley, including IDW's Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, Image Comics's I.D., Magnetic Press's Warship Jolly Roger, and Tokyopop's Finding Nemo Manga.
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DBD now offers its publishers' bestselling and award-winning graphic novels, prose books, and games through the online catalog platform Edelweiss.
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