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Cecil Castellucci & Saazleen Khan's YA Graphic Novel My First Monster
Cecil Castellucci and Shazleen Khan are creating a new YA graphic novel My First Monster, which follows Amelia LaCouer, a new girl who gets swept into an emotionally abusive relationship with the most popular guy in school, who is, quite literally, a monster. Cecil C Castellucci is a Canadian young adult novelist, indie rocker, and director[...]
Michael Rosen
He has written 140 books but until now never a graphic novel He has written shorter comics released as children's books before such as Red Ted and The Lost Things, and Send for a Superhero, but now Michael Rosen and artist Cole Henley have worked together to adapt Michael's 2005 kids novel You're Thinking About[...]
Heartstopper: Stellar LGBTQ+ Netflix Series Must Watch [Opinion]
Netflix's series Heartstopper premiered on April 22nd with a fan base already behind it that came from those who had been reading the graphic novel of the same title from which it was adapted The graphic novels, with the fourth volume out now, are written by Alice Oseman with illustrations from her that closely connect to moments[...]
Penguin's Michael Green Wants Graphic Novels For New Publisher Marble
Michael Green has joined Marble Press as acquisitions editor for picture books, graphic novels, and middle grade He was previously president and publisher of Philomel Books, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers / Penguin Random House. He is most closely associated with The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers, the Ranger's Apprentice novels by John Flanagan,[...]
Walking Dead's Skybound Announce New YA & Middle Grade Graphic Novels
Skybound Comet, the new original graphic novel imprint aimed at Young Adult (Ages 12+) and Middle Grade (Ages 8-12) audiences, today announced its star-studded lineup of all-new OGNs launching in Spring and Summer 2023 everywhere books are sold. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see[...]
Nicole Andelfinger & Claudia Aguirre Sweet Valley Twins Graphic Novels
The series of novels, Sweet Valley Twins is to be adapted as a series of graphic novels by Nicole Andelfinger and Claudia Aguirre. First published in 1986, the series was a spinoff of Pascal's series Sweet Valley High, a series of young adult novels credited to Francine Pascal, who ran a team of ghostwriters, about the[...]
J-Pop Middle-Grade Graphic Novel, They by MariNaomi & Trung Le Nguyen
They is a new middle-grade J-Pop graphic novel written by MariNaomi and drawn by Trung Le Nguyen "A chance befriending of two members of a popular nonbinary J-pop band They helps Yuko, long othered for being half Japanese in a mostly white school, learn to reconcile the two halves of her American and Japanese identity[...]
Neil Gaiman & Michael Reaves' InterWorld, a Middle Grade Graphic Novel
Scott Bryan Wilson and Madeline Corrette-Bennett are going to adapt the prose novel InterWorld as a middle-grade graphic novel, to be published by Rosemary Brosnan at Quill Tree Books in the winter of 2025. Scott Bryan Wilson is known for writing Trve Kvlt, Pennyworth, Batman: Gotham Nights, Altered Carbon and more Madeline Corrette-Bennett is a  senior[...]
The Good Boye Guild by Megan McKay
The Good Boye Guild is a new middle-grade graphic novel by comic book creator  Megan McKay "This D&D-inspired dogs vs cats fantasy-adventure tells the origin story of the Guild, a band of pups on a quest to find the collar of the Rabid King from a figure known as the Regent, while an "evil" opponent—a[...]
Humanities 101, Myisha Haynes
Humanities 101 is Myisha Haynes' YA graphic novel about Hakeem, a boy who moves to a strange town with mysterious supernatural occurrences and falls in love with an alien She posted on Twitter "So happy to finally share what I've been working on for over a year! It's got it all: queer black kids, aliens,[...]
Corpse de Ballet, Megan Kearney's New YA Graphic Novel For 2024
Corpse de Ballet is Megan Kearney's new YA graphic novel about two students at a private ballet academy who investigate the disappearance of another dancer, who they believe has been murdered, all while being haunted by an unseen force. Corpse de Ballet, Megan Kearney's New YA Graphic Novel For 2024 Megan Kearney is a Toronto-based cartoonist with a[...]
Tillie Walden, Tegan & Sara Quin Auction Tegan & Sara Graphic Novels
Graphic novelist Tillie Walden won the 2018 Eisner Award for Best Reality-Based Work for her graphic novel Spinning, making her one of the youngest Eisner winners ever She has published five graphic novels with Avery Hill Publishing and First Second as well as the Eisner nominated webcomic On a Sunbeam She works as a professor[...]
Random House Buys K Rose's Debut Graphic Novel On Guard For 6 Figures
On Guard, a semi-autobiographical middle-grade graphic novel from debut author-illustrator Kay Rose about a 12-year-old Grace as she navigates her rocky relationship with her mother after her parents' messy divorce and finds her people through the fencing club after going through a brutal friendship breakup It has been bought by Shana Corey at Random House in[...]
Oni Press Latest To Join Lunar Distribution?
The Night Mother is a new middle-grade graphic novel trilogy by Jeremy Lambert and Alexa Sharpe,  "when the Night Mother casts her town in perpetual night to sap the souls of the living, it's up to the girl who lives in the graveyard to stop her." Bought by Oni Press, The Night Mother Book[...]
 Hello Sunshine, a YA graphic novel by Keezy Young
Hello Sunshine is a new upcoming YA graphic novel by Keezy Young ab0ut a boy in search of his boyfriend "When Noah returns from a summer at church camp, he is shocked to discover that his (secret) boyfriend Alex has gone missing Now Noah must now enlist the help of an unlikely team of worried[...]