Colonial Comics Volume II PDF/EPUB ☆ Colonial Comics

Colonial Comics Volume II PDF/EPUB ☆ Colonial Comics



3 thoughts on “Colonial Comics Volume II

  1. Sally Sally says:

    An interesting account Each graphic novel is introduced with text The text is ornamented with design elements from Colonial Era newspapers including a tax stamp from 1765 The stories AREN't the well known stories they're something you might not know After the 'tea party' tea leaves washed ashore One man a librarian saved 2 glass vials giving them to the American Antiuarian Society and the Massachusetts Historical Society The art is all beautiful by different artists My favorite was the wordless depiction of The Call Up art by Noel TuazonThe back matter includes a statement on newspapers and notes about the design elements reproduced from colonial era newspapers Also includes a bibliography


  2. Richard Richard says:

    EDucational and stuff


  3. Michael Rhode Michael Rhode says:

    See for an interview I did with the editor


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Colonial Comics Volume II ❮BOOKS❯ ✬ Colonial Comics Volume II Author Jason Rodriguez – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A massacre in Boston A tea party A shot heard around the world But who was the first casualty of the massacre How did the tea get to Boston Harbor What was the Battle of Concord like for a Minute Man A massacre in Boston A tea party A shot heard around the world But who was the first casualty of the massacre How did the tea get to Boston Harbor What was the Battle of Concord like for a Minute Man Colonial Comics New England – expands the frame of this important period of American History Unconventional characters come to life including grave digging medical students counterfeiters female playwrights instigators of civil disobedience newspaper editors college students rum traders freemen and slaves Colonial Comics MOBI :Ú This second volume of the Colonial Comics trilogy is an artful look of what life was like in the Pre Revolutionary period and illustrates how the Revolutionary spirit spread to the common man and woman one gorgeous comic story at a time.