Published on February 19th, 2014 | by geeky


History Books or Graphic Novels?

Do you find history boring? Wish textbooks could be more like comics? Wish granted! You might enjoy these new historically accurate graphic novels, offered by Zenith Press and ComiXology.

The books are written and illustrated by Wayne Vansant, and they cover the Civil War, World War 1 and World War 2.

Writer and artist Wayne Vansant (Mableton, Georgia), who served in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam, was the primary artist for Marvel’s The ’Nam for more than five years. Wayne is one of the foremost writer/artists working in military-themed graphic nonfiction today.

Tale a look at the titles available now:

Gettysburg: The Graphic History of America’s Most Famous Battle and the Turning Point of the Civil War
Grant vs. Lee: The Graphic History of the Civil War’s Greatest Rivals During the Last Year of the War
Bombing Nazi Germany: The Graphic History of the Allied Air Campaign That Defeated Hitler in World War II
Normandy: A Graphic History of D-Day, the Allied Invasion of Hitler’s Fortress Europe

About the Author

Heather is a lifelong nerd who is passionate about geek culture. Current obsessions include Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Follow her on Twitter @geeky247 or Facebook Geeky 247.

One Response to History Books or Graphic Novels?

  1. geeky says:

    Tomorrow is Pi Day!

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