Review: Silent Witness: Graphic Novels Without Words

In a diversion away from my usual music writings, I was asked by Onemetal to write a review of an exhibition at Lincoln’s Collection based on graphic novels.

To some they are just glorified comics, but to others they are an art form. Over the past five years graphic novels have taken a dramatic rise in popularity despite having been in the public domain for many years. Their recent inception into book stores could be attributed to the films Sin City and Watchmen. These adaptations of some of the most popular graphic novels of all time rapidly became cult status and propelled graphic novels into the mainstream.

To continue reading, click here: http://www.onemetal.com/2010/08/05/silent-witness-graphic-novels-without-words-2/

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