The next Cobb Public Library Graphic Novel Book Club meeting will be on Monday, May 23.


The next meeting of the Graphic Novel Book Club at the Cobb Public Library will be Monday, April 23 at 6 p.m. Before assuming that you are “too old” to participate, keep in mind that I am 70 years old, and a regular participant.

Amanda Sanders, Adult Services Librarian at South Cobb Regional Library, which hosts the virtual event on Google Meet, described this month’s theme as follows:

I hope you are all doing very well. It doesn’t look like it’s been a month since we last met, but this is a reminder that the Graphic Novel Book Club at the South Cobb Regional Library will meet on Monday, May 23 at 6:00 p.m. via Google Meet. Everyone is encouraged to come prepared to talk about a graphic novel of their choice this month. Please let me know if you have any questions.

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About me and graphic novels

I became a fan of graphic novels quite late in life. In the 1960s, from around the age of 12 to 16, I was a fan of Marvel Comics during what comic book fans call the “Silver Age.” I lost track of comics around 1968 or so and didn’t realize how far the art form had evolved until around the age of 55 when my son bought me a copy from a volume of The Sandman by Neil Gaiman.

I was hooked.

The Cobb County Public Library hosts its Graphic Novel Book Club on the fourth Monday of each month on Google Meet from 6-7 p.m. I’ve been participating for a few months, where the featured works were March Volume Two by John Lewis, Banned Book Club by Kim Hyun Sook and Ryan Estrada, and the popular and long-running Usagi Yojimbo series by Stan Sakai.


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