By Graphic Universe Associate Editorial Director Greg Hunter
Belinda the Unbeatable, the second volume of the Game for Adventure series of wordless graphic novels for early readers, tells the story of an outrageous game of musical chairs and a friendship between competitors (or, if you prefer, a competition between friends).
The book, by two-time Eisner nominee Lee Nordling (BirdCatDog and SheHeWe) and artist Scott Roberts, involves an original, fantastical landscape—as a school gymnasium transforms into a colorful obstacle course—and strong character dynamics, captured in a story that’s entirely word-free from front to back.
In other words, creating the art for a book like Belinda is no small feat. So with Belinda the Unbeatable set to arrive this fall, I asked Roberts for thoughts about his process in bringing this game to life. Read More