Talk:Moped Army (graphic novel)
new to wiki but is a graphic novel sold in book stores like borders...? or comic book shops? Is a story told through images a book?
i think the title should be Graphic novel or graphic novel comic. I believe sizer himself also refers to his publication company as white mouse comics.
This is NOT a book, but I do agree it's more than a comic. Good idea on the summary of the novel and shortening sizers press release.
Thanks for tweaking the format, I'll learn more.
A graphic novel is closer to a spiderman comic than a text novel, I think we'll agree on that. In fact, graphic novels are a direct offshoot of the comic industry.
I don't know the answer but calling this a "book" is incorrect-- and Sizer himself calls it a comic. Perhaps e-mail him and ask if it's a book or a fancy comic?
from wikipedia: The most common forms of printed comics are comic strips (most commonly four panels long) in newspapers and magazines, and longer comic stories in comic books, ***graphic novels** and comic albums. In the first two forms the comics are secondary material usually confined to the entertainment sections, while the latter consist either entirely or primarily of comics.
I think graphic novel is a good choice
Paul calls it a graphic novel, and by deinfition that phrase refers to a long form comic with a singular plot structure. I'm going to move it to Moped Army (graphic novel) and keep the book reference as a redirect. Then in the future if there is ever a book about the Moped Army we'll have a place to put that.
--Simon 09:29, 24 August 2006 (EDT)