eSpotlight - Graphic Novels in Libraries Month

We love graphic novels at the San José Public Library!

Cropped image of "Saga, Vol. 9" featuring a portrait of the family of Alana, Marco, & Hazel relaxing and having fun.

July is Booklist's Graphic Novels in Libraries month, and San José Public Library has large eComic collections available for you to enjoy!

We love graphic novels at the library. They meld two great storytelling techniques, the written word and art, to complement each other and share creative stories, imaginative ideas, and memorable characters.

After immersing yourself in our online graphic novels and comics, why not check out the Graphic Novel Making Contest? There is still time left to enter, and our previous eSpotlight can be used for inspiration!

 

Adult Graphic Novels

Cover of Octavia Butler's Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation by Damian DuffyCover of the Graphic Novel "Marvel 1602" by Neil GaimanCover of "Monstress, Vol. 1: Awakening" by Marjorie LiuCover of "Constantine, Vol. 1: Original Sins by Jamie Delano

Teen Graphic Novels

Cover of the manga "Attack on Titan, Volume 1" by Hajime IsayamaCover of "Spider-Gwen: Greater Power" by Jason LatourCover of "Hellboy: Seed of Destruction" by Mike MignolaCover of "Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal" by G. Willow Wilson

Kids Graphic Novels

Cover of "Nancy Drew Girl Detective: The Demon of River Heights" by Stefan PetruchaCover of "Big Nate Goes Bananas!" by Lincoln PierceCover of "Teen Titans Go! Vol. 1: Party, Party!" by Sholly FischCover of "Phoebe and Her Unicorn: Unicorn Bowling" by Dana Simpson

Graphic Novel Making Contest

Graphic Novel Making Contest Logo with pencil illustration

Ready to make an amazing graphic novel of your own? Don't forget to enter the Graphic Novel Making Contest! The deadline is fast approaching on Wednesday, July 31st, 2019 (make sure to read all of the rules and FAQs before entering). An easy way to enter the contest is through the Library's Online Portal.

You can read previous winning entries and submissions from 2017 & 2018 at San José Public Library's Biblioboard collection.

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