Virtual Book Display: Graphic Novels
By Alessandra GangiDino & Flor Rodriguez, Library Student Workers
Graphic novels are stories told from the perspective of art. Unlike comic books, graphic novels can be any genre such as fiction, non-fiction, history, or even fantasy and contain a complete narrative of the plot. This virtual display presents books and ebooks that the Walsh Library contains to explore the various graphic novels we have! If you are not into reading long paragraphs, come and enjoy a mix of beautiful artwork and complex characters to appease your mind.
Through the various graphic novels available at the Walsh Library, we can explore different time periods and see how history changes. For example, in the graphic novel Bingo Love written by Tee Franklin we can see how the world became more accepting of the LGBTQ community and all of the progress that has been made in the last 60 years. In addition, we can read classics, like Shakepeare’s Macbeth in a fun and creative way. We hope you browse through out collection and find some enjoyable reads!
Explore the virtual book display below to find graphic novels available in print and as ebooks (note: display works best in Chrome). To interact with the display, start by clicking “Enter” in the top right corner, then navigate by clicking on book covers. When you find an item that you want to check out, click on “Read Now” to be directed to the library catalog. A list of all titles featured is also included below.
Featured Graphic Novels
Note: To access e-resources, you may be prompted to login with your Fordham AccessIT ID.
- Animal Farm by Odyr
- Are You Listening? by Tillie Walden
- Beowulf by Santiago Garcia and David Rubin
- Bingo Love by Tee Franklin
- Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet by Ta-Nehisi Coates
- Blacksad by Juan Díaz Canales
- Don Quixote of La Mancha by Ilan Stavans
- Guantanamo Voices: True Accounts From The Worlds Most Infamous Prison by Sarah Mirk
- Hot Comb by Ebony Flowers
- Kind of Coping: An Illustrated Look at Life With Anxiety by Maureen “Marzi” Wilson
- Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
- Macbeth by John McDonald
- Monsters by Barry Windsor-Smith
- Pride of Baghdad by Brian K. Vaughn and Niko Henrichon
- Watchmen by Alan Moore
- V for Vendetta by Alan Moore
Thank you to our student workers, Alessandra GangiDino and Flor Rodriguez, for creating this display!