I think about love often. I am blessed to know love in my family, child, friends, and faith. I have been held hostage by the way love is presented by Hollywood, and bought into the romance sold to me by writers of great love stories. I have dreams and fantasies about how I want...
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Comic books aren't just for kids anymore. In both the United States and France, they've been enjoying a popular explosion among readers of all ages.
One of the stars of the explosion in France is Joann Sfar, an enfant terrible whose work has become so popular, that it can be found on...