Saturday, February 14, 2009

Arlington County's Central Library has a stand-alone graphic novel section now

Arlington County's Central Library has a stand-alone graphic novel section now - I found this out a few weeks ago and was quite surprised. There's a decent selection here too - let's name the titles in the comments. I'll start off here.

300 by Frank Miller, Breakdowns by Art Spiegelman, Shooting War, Late Bloomer by Carol Tyler, Jimbo in Purgatory by Gary Panter...

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5 comments:

alex said...

Arlington Public Library would love to link to this post, but the permalink doesn't work - can you provide us with one that does?

Thanks!

alex said...

Thank you - I'm now going to link to you from our twitter feed, among other things.
http://twitter.com/ArlingtonVALib

Mike Rhode said...

http://comicsdc.blogspot.com/2009/02/arlington-countys-central-library-has.html should be the link, I think.

Mike Rhode said...

Awww, nobody's playing along. There's also Waldo by Kim Deitch, a Supernatural Law volume by Batton Lash and one of the Laura Hamilton vampire adaptations.

patsy said...

You should check out the graphic novel and comics collection in the young adult room at Arlington Central Library. That collection has been growing for many years and is really good.