Spring 2015 Graphic Novels for Teens

Fantasy and reality collide in this spring’s teen graphic novels when a group of amusement-park princesses gang up to fight some bad guys in Part-Time Princesses and thousands of gamers get trapped inside an online game in Log Horizon. This season’s books also include romantic comedy, a new Shakespeare adaptation, the final volume of the ‘Hatter M’ graphic novels, and two nonfiction books—one about economics and the other on the assassination that started World War I—that look at some of the human factors that changed history.

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