Random Quote of the Day: “Sometimes it is the quiet observer who sees the most.” – Kathryn L. Nelson
Hello sunshines! 🔆 It is my second day being back to school, and I am
slowly dying excited for the week to be over with already! I am back today with our weekly debate of novel covers, but this is the Non-Fiction Graphic Novel Edition!! NF covers in general can be on the gloomy side, HOWEVER I’ve found a few worth debating! As always, feel free to comment down below YOUR thoughts! 🙂
ANDRE THE GIANT: LIFE AND LEGEND BY BOX BROWN
I’ve always enjoyed when graphic novels have that purple-ish color like in the second cover, but I’m going with the first cover this time. The graphics are little more detailed on the first cover, as well.
BABY’S IN BLACK: ASTRID KIRCHHERR, STUART SUTCLIFFE, AND THE BEATLES BY ARNE BELLSTORF
Hmmm…I actually enjoy both — the illustrations are amazing, and the font for the second cover is pretty enticing & different. But, I think I’m gonna go with the first cover just because it has more graphics, and the black, white, and red mix really well together.
A.D.: NEW ORLEANS AFTER THE DELUGE BY JOSH NEUFELD
The second cover! I like the…comic-feel behind the second cover, and the color scheme is great! Also, the “A.D.” and the fact that it has illustrations in the title is pretty cool, too!
And that completes the NF Graphic Novel Edition of Which Cover Wednesday! I love these themed WCW’s, so if anyone has any recommendations, definitely leave me a comment down below! I’ve done a Classics Edition as well, so feel free to check that out! I was thinking maybe a Poetry Edition? Let me know what you think! 🙂
Thanks for reading and I’ll see you next time…
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