Mind the Gap: a paranormal thriller/mystery graphic novel that non-comic book readers will enjoy

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6 Responses to “Mind the Gap: a paranormal thriller/mystery graphic novel that non-comic book readers will enjoy”

  1. Teirhan says:

    you know, if art nouveau replaced all other art, i’d be a pretty happy camper.

    • Jake Rennie says:

      Mucha’s style and graphic novels are pretty much a perfect fit.

    • Rich Keller says:

      Try A Distant Soil, by Colleen Doran for more art nouveau inspired graphic novels. The architecture in the sci-fi world seems to be really inspired by Mucha.

      I’m trying to bring more Art Nouveau, Jugendstil and Secessionism into the Steampunk stuff I do. I have this Georg Jensen inspired banana carrier that you should just look at.

  2. Bloo says:

    Looks interesting; however I do have a question:  is there a subset of graphic novels which are well done and work well on a grey-and-white e-ink reader (Kindle or equivalent)?  The latest Kindle publishing tools, for example have features especially designed for comics – but I don’t know where to go for new release pointers, reviews, etc.

    • Sept says:

      Best option of reading comics probably isn’t a kindle, but an iPad, Nexus or any other tablet actually. 

      • Bloo says:

         Yes, a tablet with a color screen is the best option for experiencing color comics digitally;  no real argument there.

        I’m just trying to ask the Boing-Boing hive mind whether there in fact is a greyscale subset for e-ink.

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