comic books, graphic novels, writers, illustrators, & miscellanea
Bibliographies of other fascinating areas of literature are available for your perusal in the sections discussing Literary Works, Surrealism, Dada, and Oulipo, and Concrete & Visual Poetry, Calligrams. Further explorations into the relatioinship of image and text can of course be made in the bibliographies of Cinema and Book Arts.
- "Alan Moore : bard of the new order," in Comic book rebels : conversations with the creators of the new comics, reported by Stanley Wiater and Stephen R. Bissette. New York : Donald I. Fine, c1983.
- Arguing comics : literary masters on a popular medium, edited by Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2004.
- Daniels, Les. DC Comics : a celebration of the world's favorite comic book heroes. New York : Billboard Books, 2003.
- Daniels, Les. Marvel : five fabulous decades of the world's greatest comics. Introduction by Stan Lee. New York : H.N. Abrams, 1991.
- Eisner, Will. Comics and sequential art. Tamarac FL ; Guerneville CA : Poorhouse Press, 1985.
- McCloud, Scott. Reinventing comics. New York : HarperCollins/Perennial, 2000.
- McCloud, Scott. Understanding comics : the invisible art. Northampton MA : Kitchen Sink Press, 1993.
- Moore, Alan. Alan Moore's writing for comics. Urbana IL : Avatar Press, 2003.
- Moore, Alan, Brian Bolland, and John Higgins. Batman : the killing joke. New York : DC Comics, 1988.
- Moore, Alan, and Eddie Campbell. From hell. Paddington, Australia : Eddie Campbell Comics, 2001.
- Moore, Alan, and Rob Liefeld. Judment day. Miamisburg, OH : Checker Book Publishing Group, 2003.
- Moore, Alan, Kevin O'Neill, Benedict Dimagmaliw, and William Oakley. League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, volumes 1-2. La Jolla, CA : America's Best Comics, 2001, 2003.
- Moore, Alan, J. H. Williams, and Mick Gray. Promethea, volumes 1-4. La Jolla, CA ; London : America's Best Comics ; Titan, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004.
- Moore, Alan, Stephen Bissette, and John Totleben. Saga of the Swamp Thing. New York : DC Comics, c1987.
- Moore, Alan. Supreme : the return. Miamisburg, OH : Checker Book Publishing Group, 2003.
- Moore, Alan. Supreme : the story of the year. Miamisburg, OH : Checker Book Publishing Group, 2002.
- Moore, Alan. Tomorrow stories : collected edition, volumes 1-2. La Jolla CA : America's Best Comics, 2002, 2004.
- Moore, Alan, David Lloyd, Steve Whitaker, and Siobhan Dodds. V for vendetta. New York ; London : DC Comics ; Titan, 1988, 1989, 1990.
Disponible en franšais: Moore, Alan. V pour vendetta. Traduit de l'anglais par Jacques Collin. Paris : Delcourt, 1999.
- Moore, Alan, Dave Gibbons, and John Higgins. Watchmen. New York ; London : DC Comics ; Warner Books ; Titan, 1986, 1987.
- Nevins, Jess. Heroes & monsters : the unofficial companion to The league of extraordinary gentlemen. Austin, TX : MonkeyBrain, Inc., c2003.
- Weiner, Stephen. Faster than a speeding bullet : the rise of the graphic novel. New York : Natier, Beall, Minoustchine Publishing Inc., c2003.
- Williams, Kristian. "Batman versus the man" [review], The progressive, (volume 67, issue 3), March 2003.
- Williams, Kristian. "The case for comics journalism," Columbia journalism review (volume 43, issue 6), March/April 2005.
- Arts : Comics : Resources.
Open Directory Project, 2005.
A list of websites about comics -- magazines, comics reviews, scholarly projects, digital collections, comics bibliographies, and more.
Peter Karpas, 2001-2003.
Annotations to comic book series, including Moore's League of extraordinary gentlemen and V for vendetta.
- No flying no tights.
Comics reviews, for teens, kids, and adults. Appropriate for the comics-shy as well as for the devotee.
- Sequential tart [periodical].
A journal by and for women, about comics.
- Winsor McKay's Dreams of a rarebit fiend.
An eclectic repository.
A few examples of frames from the famous comic strip about the bad dreams you'll have if you eat bread and melted cheese before nodding off for the night.
- Winsor McKay's Little Nemo in Slumberland.
An eclectic repository.
A few examples of frames from McKay's other famous comic strip about the world of dreams.
* Asterisks mark items Emily-Jane considers to be especially interesting, useful, or well-written.