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Victory Parade by Leela Corman
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Apr 02, 2024 | ISBN 9780805243444

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A Most Anticipated Book: Comics DC Blog, The Comics Journal, Gay League, Hadassah Magazine, Historical Novel Society, La Cliotheque, Library Journal, Lit Hub, Paltrocast,
Publishers Weekly, Reading Reality, Smash Pages

Dallas Voice’s LGBTQ Pride Reading List for 2024

“Visually arresting . . . Corman’s story inhabits the comics medium so fully that its formal ingenuity may not be immediately apparent . . . A moving map of war and genocide’s labyrinthine consequences for survivors across generations.”
The Washington Post

“The finest work yet from an always formidable artist, this is a revelatory meditation on the cost of survival.”
—Publishers Weekly, starred review

“When Leela Corman sets out to make a graphic novel, she makes a graphic novel built to win awards. . . . fascinating work from an incredible talent.”
—Comic Book Herald, “Favorite Graphic Novels of 2024”
“A demanding, unsettling, at times celebratory, and provocative story.”
Gay League
“Corman’s figures are striking…Vivid watercolors enhance the uncanny atmosphere, hues spilling and pooling into visceral shapes and strata…Savage and soulful.”
—Kirkus, starred review

“A stun­ning sto­ry that demon­strates the ways in which Holo­caust trauma’s reach in Amer­i­ca frac­tures those it touches.”
—The Jewish Book Council

“Fill[s] a void in the public’s concerning lack of awareness on the [Holocaust].”
Dallas Voice

“Striking . . . with Victory Parade, she wants us to remember what tyrannical supremacy and the murderous maligning of the racial Other actually mean – and warns us against going on with our lives as though nothing were amiss while the humanity of others is being denied.”
—International Journal of Comic Art

“This is art at an intense level, of a most captivating nature. The intent is to provoke. No middle ground to this. And the results are extraordinary . . .Victory Parade . . . will take you on an unforgettable journey.”
—Comics Grinder

Victory Parade paints a deeply affecting portrait of how individuals and civilizations process mass trauma.”
Gay League

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