Or: "Help Dagwan Sell Some Books"

 

I have a customer whose girlfriend is interested in any good graphic novels that are set in the South for a Southern Literature class.

Any suggestions?


My list thus far:


Bayou

Dixie Road

Fallen Angel

Gambit limited Series

Hawkman/ Hawkgirl

Impulse

Incognegro

Man-Thing

Pogo

Preacher

Satchel Paige: Striking Out Jim Crow

Stuck Rubber Baby

Swamp Thing

Unknown: Devil Made Flesh

Walking Dead


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Figserello said:
Is there an echo in here?
:-P

Nuts. I've done it again... I scanned for Impulse, but somehow missed the VERY FIRST POST.

Probably because the Satchel Paige book caught my eye, and I turned to my shelf to flip through James Sturm The Golem's Mighty Swing, but couldn't find any evidence that it was necessarily set in the South,

The worst thing is, I saw your comment, figured someone else had mentioned Impulse, and then looked for it, and looked again. And I *still* didn't see it until I looked one more time, today.

I'm old and blind. Take pity.
Rob Staeger said:
Figserello said:
Is there an echo in here?
:-P

Nuts. I've done it again... I scanned for Impulse, but somehow missed the VERY FIRST POST.

Probably because the Satchel Paige book caught my eye, and I turned to my shelf to flip through James Sturm The Golem's Mighty Swing, but couldn't find any evidence that it was necessarily set in the South,

The worst thing is, I saw your comment, figured someone else had mentioned Impulse, and then looked for it, and looked again. And I *still* didn't see it until I looked one more time, today.

I'm old and blind. Take pity.

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I believe theres a Hurricane Katrina GN After the Deluge?
Chuck Armstrong said:
I believe theres a Hurricane Katrina GN After the Deluge?

Which reminds me of NOLA, a series from Boom! Studios set in New Orleans.

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