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Perhaps you missed the recent announcement that (for the first time ever) a graphic novel made the longlist for the Man Booker Prize? This nomination of Nick Drnaso’s Sabrina is just one example of the increased attention that sequential art formats have seen in recent years. And we’re paying attention, too! Last year we created a new Graphic Novels and Comics collection.

Located in the ZSR Library Atrium, our Graphic Novels and Comics collection features a diverse range of sequential art texts, showcasing a variety of genres and styles for all readers.

So, whether you’re a lifelong comics fan or new to the graphic novel format, the updated Graphic Novels and Comics collection is for you!

Additionally, ZSR Library hosts Graphic Novel Book Club, a community interest group that meets monthly to discuss graphic novels and comics. The book club welcomes participation from across the University community (students, staff, faculty, administrators and alumni), and thought-provoking discussion is always guaranteed! If you would like to attend one of our upcoming Graphic Novel Book Club meetings, more information can be found on our website.