“A Necessary Antidote”: Graphic Novels, Comics, and Indigenous Writing

Sarah Henzi

Abstract


"through an examination of Gord Hill’s The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book, David Alexander Robertson’s The Life of Helen Betty Osborne, and Richard Van Camp’s Kiss Me Deadly, this article considers the current value of popular culture in its ability to speak beyond linguistic, cultural, and intergenerational gaps, while bringing the mythical up-to-date with the contemporary within new spaces of diffusion and discussion."

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