Best books about comics history

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The Marvel Universe: A History (Full Story)

Journey Into HISTORY: 10 Books on History of Comics

Newsarama Comics. Last week's release of Sean Howe's Marvel Comics: The Untold Story was a reminder of the many wonderful prose books dedicated to the history of the comic book industry out there, telling the stories of the men and women behind the stories that we're all so familiar with. That one's not only comprehensive, but it actually tells the story of comics as a comic! So, we're sticking to prose only. For those who want to start compiling their library reading list, here are ten of the best.

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Journey Into HISTORY: 10 Books on History of Comics

Top 10 Comic Books for Getting Into Comics

With more and more graphic novels on shelves and tablets of comics readers worldwide, there's also been a boom in books about comics—from examining their history to showing how to make them. So far, has been an outstanding year for nonfiction books about comics. Here are some new and upcoming books that should have a place on the shelf of every serious comics enthusiast. A soup-to-nuts guide to making comics, from the ins and outs of collaboration to using social media to promote yourself. A must for every would-be comics makers library—and probably for every working pro as a brush up. Gravett is perhaps the most knowledgeable and congenial of comics scholars, and in this overview of comics he covers the last 50 years of international comics history and artistic development with the sure-footed understanding of a graphic Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Gravett covers both form—the panel experiments of Chris Ware and web comics experiments of Jason Shiga—and content—the autobiographical comics of Lynda Barry and storytelling of David Mazzuchelli.

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