“The events of September 11 galvanized many disparate groups. Who would have thought that comic books would be one of them?” wrote Time magazine’s Andrew Arnold1. Arnold should not have been surprised.
Hagerty Library has been stealthily adding to its graphic novel collection over the past few months. If you haven't noticed all the great stuff that's come in, you might want to take a look at our Graphic Novel Research Guide.
Or if you're in Hagerty, you can check out a selection of what's new. Swing by the lower level and browse among some of the new books that have been added. If you see something you like, take it with you to the circulation desk and check it out.
Graphic novels are like comics for grown-up's or kids or anyone who prefers reading stories in an animated form instead of plain linear text.
Check out our latest arrivals . . .
Search in the online Library Catalog for keyword: GRAPHIC NOVELS
Point your to http://innopac.library.drexel.edu/search/
Who reads graphic novels? People of all ages and from all backgrounds read graphic novels, appreciating the formats combination of visual art and storytelling. Much like a good film, a graphic novel stimulates both your eyes and mind.