Reviewing every book I read in my graphic novel class

It’s that time of year again: where I turn my semester in an English class into a blog post! This semester, I took an English/Jewish studies class called “Jews, African Americans, and other minorities in U.S. comics and graphic novels.” We read a lot of books this semester, most of which were graphic novels. And if you can’t tell from the course title, they were written by a diverse range of authors. I ended up reading some really interesting graphic novels as a result, and even though I never considered myself a comics or graphic novel person before, I have started exploring the genre a lot more and really came to appreciate it. So today I will share my reviews of both the well known and the obscure books I read for this class.

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