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Current and upcoming exhibitions at the Anchorage Museum

...combines music, art, storytelling and archaeology. Working from Inuit oral tradition and archaeological evidence, a graphic novelist reconstructed the story of the Inuit people who made the first migration from Canada to Greenland. This exhibition is...
In the Stacks: New young adult fiction

...Eureka Seven and deciding what to read next.Author Alert! J. Torres, award-winning, Filipino-born, Canadian graphic novelist whose books include "Lola: a ghost story," "Bigfoot Boy," and "The Unkindness of Ravens," will be at the...
Library's graphic novel collection is larger than it may appear

...solid and the humor is all-Pratchett. "Johnny Cash: I See a Darkness," by Reinhard Kleist Kleist, acclaimed graphic novelist of nightmarish works in his native Germany, takes on the life of the Man in Black. He hits all the highlights...
Yow! Comics chronicler coming to town

...are expecting to arrive in their final state, Nevada, sometime in late August. Comic guru Who: Scott McCloud, graphic novelist. More: . 7-9 p.m. Thursday, June 7: Presentation on "Exploring Art Through Comics...
Neighbors Digest

...information. McCloud offers book signing, presentation JUNEAU - The Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries will host graphic novelist Scott McCloud, author of "Making Comics," "Understanding Comics" and "Reinventing Comics," in a "Exploring...
Graphic Guru

...the rare opportunity this week to learn firsthand from one of the industry's brightest new stars, when acclaimed graphic novelist Kazu Kibuishi visits Juneau. Kibuishi, author and artist of the newly released "Amulet: Book 1 - The Stonekeeper...
Around Town

...All welcome. No reservation necessary. Details: 523-9355. Workshop for fourth- to eighth-graders lead by graphic novelist Kazu Kibuishi, 1-3 p.m., Alaska State Museum. Registration required. Kibuishi is editor of the "Flight...
Some Guy Who Kills People

Opens Friday, Oct 5, 2012 Synopsis: Karen Black, Barry Bostwick, Leo Fitzpatrick and Kevin Corrigan topline this gruesome direct-to-video black comedy from director Jack Perez. The premise concerns Ken Boyd, a graphic novelist who earns minimum wage as an attendant in an ice cream shop. Recently released from a mental institution and suffering from memories of a traumatic beating, Ken finally snaps and goes on a murderous rampage, exacting a grisly revenge against his torturers. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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