Russell Nohelty joins Books That Make You as Guest

#56 Books That Make You discover something deep and philosophical in pulpy, graphic novels



Author Russell Nohelty talks with Books That Make You host Desiree’ Duffy about his graphic novels that brings awareness to complex or common issues.

Graphic novels show us new and imaginative worlds. New levels of power and superhuman strengths, and they introduce us to old and never-seen-before creatures. These artful novels bring a theatrical theme to literature and entertainment.

Author Russell Nohelty infuses philosophy, and complex themes into his adventurous and thrilling graphic novels. Tweet This

Russell Nohelty is a bestselling author whose work is thought-provoking. He has written Katrina Hates the Dead, Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter, and Pixie Dust, along with more than a dozen novels. He edits the Cthulhu is Hard to Spell anthology series, and helps other creatives through resourses from The Complete Creative.

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Set in the heart of San Francisco, Angels In the Mist weaves a world of androids, cyborgs, vampires and plasma guns into a complex tale that will keep you turning

Often when you see – or experience – something wrong in the world, you want to change it. There are countless ways to do that, from petitioning lawmakers to protesting

Climate change and politics always make for engaging conversation. Throw in a little murder, and you might just have the recipe for a great novel. So follows Scott Brody’s novel

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