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John Lewis Graphic Novel 'March' Optioned for Animated Series
The acclaimed graphic novel series March is being developed as an animated TV series by Charleston Immersive & Interactive Media Studio, according to an announcement by that company. March is the autobiographical story of Congressman and longtime activist John Lewis and his lifelong involvement …
John Lewis Talks 'March' on the Daily Show
The inspiring national treasure that is Georgia Congressman John Lewis appeared last night on The Daily Show to talk to Jon Stewart about March Book Two's release as well as his experiences in the Civil Rights movement of the 50s and 60s.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the march in Se…
Making It Plain: US Rep. John Lewis Discusses March Book Two'
With the publication of March Book Two this week, U.S. Rep. John Lewis and collaborators Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell continue to tell the tale of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s from a personal, relatable perspective.

In the year and a half since the publication of March Book One, the graph…
Interview: Nate Powell & Andrew Aydin Talk 'March: Book Two'
March: Book One was easily one of the best graphic novels of 2013. Not only did it begin a story of immense historical consequence-- the mid-20th Century fight for civil rights in the American South-- it also told that story from a strong, personal perspective. That perspective came from U.S. Rep. J…
Congressman John Lewis Talks To Rachel Maddow About 'March'
Despite her obligations as a television host, a political pundit, and a celebrated author, Rachel Maddow still manages to find time in her schedule to catch up on the comics she loves. An avid comics consumer, Maddow has written introductions for comics (Greg Rucka and JH Williams III's Batwoman) as…
Congressman John Lewis And Andrew Aydin 'March' Interview

My parents were born, poor and black, in the south in 1943. My father was two years younger than Emmet Till, and my mother was living in Alabama when Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus. When I was a kid, my father would tell me about the Civil Rights movement, and the people who helped …
Congressman John Lewis Attends Comic-Con To Promote 'March'

 
At this year's Comic-Con, a real life hero got a standing ovation. When Congressman John Lewis was introduced to a packed hall room at a panel dedicated to his upcoming autobiographical graphic novel March, every single person in the room stood and applauded.  And after a lengthy ovation, Congressm…

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