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  1. Jun 8, 2020 · A three volume history of the Civil Rights Movement, as experienced by civil rights leader and U.S. congressman John Lewis. Publisher site Worldcat Monster: A Graphic Novel Walter Dean Myers, writer; Guy A. Sims, adapter; Dawud Anyabwile, artist 2015, Harper Collins Teen Steve Harmon records his experience of awaiting trial for robbery and murder.

  2. COMICS IN THE ERA OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT By Joshua H. Stulman Black characters in comics have existed since the very foundation of the industry. However, the depictions of black characters in comics have grown along with pop culture. Black characters originally served two purposes in golden age comics.

    • Bitter Root. After previously working together on a relaunch of Power Man and Iron Fist at Marvel, David F. Walker and Sanford Greene reunited, along with veteran comic book creator Chuck Brown, to launch the Image Comics series Bitter Root in 2018.
    • Bingo Love. Created by Tee Franklin and Jenn St.- Onge, Bingo Love is an original graphic novel that follows two women that fall in love as teenagers but are separated by the prejudices of the time and move apart.
    • Excellence. One of the biggest Skybound Entertainment/Image launches from last year was Excellence, created by Brandon Thomas and Khary Randolph. The creator-owned series follows Spencer Dale, a young man whose father is a member of the Aegis, a secret society of magic users who use their incredible abilities to selflessly work to improve the world around them.
    • Day Men. Boom! Studios editor-in-chief Matt Gagnon and co-writer Michael Alan Nelson teamed with legendary artist Brian Stelfreeze to co-create the series Day Men.
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  4. Feb 7, 2020 · The MLK Graphic Novel That Inspired John Lewis and Generations of Civil Rights Activists - HISTORY The MLK Graphic Novel That Inspired John Lewis and Generations of Civil Rights Activists...

  5. Jan 12, 2023 · Comics and Graphic Novels about the Civil Rights Movement Amazons, Abolitionists, and Activists by Mikki Kendall; Anna D'Amico Call Number: PN 6727 .K462 A42 2019 ISBN: 9780399581793 Publication Date: 2019 March by John Lewis; Andrew Aydin; Nate Powell Call Number: PN 6727 .L486 M37 2013 ISBN: 9781603093002 Publication Date: 2013-08-13

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  6. Aug 18, 2016 · Remembering the Civil Rights Movement…With Comics Congressman John Lewis’s graphic autobiography March: Book Two draws on the richly textured oral history of the Civil Rights Movement. A panel from March, Book 2 John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, & Nate Powell / Top Shelf Productions By: Erin Blakemore August 18, 2016 4 minutes

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