Colonial Comics

Colonial Comics
Colonial Comics

Colonial Comics

New England: 1620 - 1750
Edited by Jason Rodriguez

Colonial Comics

COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS

208 Pages, 8 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper, PDF

Trade Paper, $29.95 (US $29.95) (CA $35.95)

ISBN 9781938486302

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Oct 2014)
Chicago Review Press - Fulcrum

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Overview

Colonial Comics is a graphic novel collection of 20 stories focusing on the colonial period from 1620 through 1750 in New England. Stories about Puritans and free thinkers, Pequots and Jewish settlers, female business owners and dedicated school teachers, whales and livestock, slavery and frontiers, and many other aspects of colonial life.

Author Biography

Jason Rodriguez is a writer and editor, whose books have been nominated for an Eisner Award and 8 Harvey Awards. Colonial Comics represents Jason Rodriguez's most ambitious project to date. Jason lives in Arlington, VA with his wife and their two dogs, four cats, and a parrot. You can usually find him on a street corner, staring out into the future. For more on Jason's current and future projects, visit his website at jasonrodriguez.com.

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