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Graphic Novels

Kinkiness, conversation, crimes of war

By Carlo Wolff
July 10, 2005

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Each time I write about graphic novels, I look for new examples of their marvelous and distinctive voices, as well as their echoes elsewhere. Among those of the past few months: the Robert Rodriguez-Frank Miller-Quentin Tarantino film ''Sin City," which brought Miller's lurid graphic novels to the big screen in a visually unique fashion; Will Eisner's ''The Plot," his text-heavy ... (Full article: 915 words)

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