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Graphic History Review: Lovers Lane: The Hall-Mills Mystery by Rick Geary

The latest in Geary’s Treasury of XXth Century Murder takes on a slightly less well-known unsolved murder. Read More »

Manga Review: Rohan at the Louvre by Hirohiko Araki

The fourth graphic novel commissioned by the Louvre takes a manga protagonist and plunks him into a dark museum fantasy. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: The Sky over the Louvre by Jean-Claude Carrier and Bernar Yslair

The third in a series of graphic novels centering around the Louvre focuses on the museum’s dangerous Revolutionary years. Read More »

Manga Review: The Story of Lee Volume One by Sean Michael Wilson and Chie Kutsuwada

A sweet cross-cultural love story set in modern Hong Kong. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Miss Don’t Touch Me Volume Two by Hubert and Kerascoet

A follow-up to the "mature readers" French graphic novel can't sustain the original's level of excitement. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: On the Odd Hours by Eric Liberge

One of a series of graphic novels commissioned by the Louvre considers the role of the museum as a home for “orphan” masterworks. Read More »