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ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner reviews U.S. Representative John Lewis' graphic novel biography taking place during the civil rights movement, noting "it's an engaging, well-crafted read" with strong artwork by Nate Powell.
Jim Johnson gives "March: Book One" by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell 4.5 stars, calling the OGN about the Civil Rights Movement "an excellent and fascinating historical account."
Congressman John Lewis and his collaborators, co-writer Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell, held a panel to unveil his firsthand account of the civil rights movement as told in their graphic novel "March: Book One."
Congressman John Lewis and his aide Andrew Aydin discuss their just-released graphic novel "March," how it differs from the typical memoir and the Congressman's reaction to visiting Comic-Con for the first time.
CBR News spoke with Congressman and Civil Rights leader John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell about their new book, "March," the first of a trilogy from Top Shelf Productions telling Lewis' life story.
Jeff Lemire spoke to CBR about death in "Sweet Tooth," an "Animal Man"/"Swamp Thing" crossover, "Frankenstein" at war and brought exclusive pages from "The Underwater Welder."
Award-winning illustrator and cartoonist Kagan McLeod spoke with CBR about his years-in-the-making martial arts epic "Infinite Kung Fu," collected in its entirety this September.
CBR News was at Top Shelf's Comic-Con presentation in San Diego to bring you all the news and announcements on new books and authors joining the ranks of the venerable publisher.
Top Shelf has announced a capital investment deal with new media entrepreneur John S. Johnson, and independent film producer Anthony Bregman giving it's new partners a first look at developmental projects.
In the second of CBR's in depth, two-part interview, “Surrogates” creator Robert Venditti tells the remarkable tale of his graphic novel’s journey to the silver screen and much more.
CBR News sits down with the comic's creator, Robert Venditti, for an in-depth conversation about the origins and journey of "The Surrogates," from conception to printed comic book to a movie starring Bruce Willis.