Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest 'Wallace the Brave' ousts 'Hagar' as hero on News Sentinel's comics page The creation of Will Henry follows the adventures of 6-year-old Wallace Maclellan and his friends and family in mythical Snug Harbor. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Jack McElroy, USA TODAY NETWORK - Tennessee Published 8:00 a.m. ET April 22, 2018 CLOSE South Knoxville's one-stop shop for all things comics. Ruth White CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE The first really successful American comic strip featured a bald, … [Read more...] about ‘Wallace the Brave’ ousts ‘Hagar’ as hero on News Sentinel’s comics page
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CASPER – When City News and Pipe Shop in downtown Cheyenne closed its doors for the final time last month, not only did the capital city lose both its best source for fresh, hot popcorn and a venerable downtown landmark — the store with the corner door and friendly awnings had been welcoming magazine readers and booklovers since 1969, when the former Boyd’s Cigar Store took a literary bent — it added yet another name to list of the state’s long-established, locally owned bookstores and newsstands that have gone out of business in the face of fierce competition from big box stores and online retailers.Laramie’s Grand Newsstand and Chickering Bookstore, Cover to Cover in Saratoga, the Just Imagine Emporium and Bookstore in Powell, both Cabin Fever Books and Main Street Books in Lander, Books and Briar in Riverton, the Cody Newsstand and Evanston’s Serendipity Books — those are just some of the places that have been shuttered in recent … [Read more...] about Underdog local bookstores fight to succeed in battle against online giants
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When wandering through a bookstore, it is routine for me to stop by the graphic novel section and flip through some of my favorite classics, “Sin City” and “Watchmen,” before skimming the new items. After telling people I read graphic novels, a common response is, “I didn’t know you were into comic books.” It’s difficult to describe how frustrating it is to answer to that response. Although I do enjoy a good comic now and again, I am quick to respond with a, “No, no, not comics, graphic novels,” elongating the g-r-a-p-h-i-c n-o-v-e-l-s in hopes that the listener will understand the difference — alas, they rarely do. Yet reading one or the other is a great way to escape the heavy reading of textbooks or classic novels. It can be a fun way for studying students to escape into a world less concerned with finals and essays. So, it is time to give you my opinion on what separates two very wonderful forms of literature. And … [Read more...] about Graphic Novels vs. Comic Books: What’s the Difference?