Find U-M owned books on art and design by doing keyword or title searches in Mirlyn, the Library's catalog. An "All Fields" search is generally the best starting point. When you find a relevant title, you may want to use the subject headings listed with that title to guide further searches.
To find books owned by other libraries try searching in WorldCat. Books not owned by U-M can be requested via Interlibrary Loan by selecting the "Request via ILL" button in WorldCat.
Comic books and graphic novels are a popular as well as an important part of the University of Michigan Library's Collection. Some professors have incorporated comics and graphic novels into the curriculum. They serve the university on many levels including literary, cultural, artistic and political. The Art, Architecture and Engineering Library houses a growing number of comic books and graphic novels. Most of this collection is available on the lower level of the Duderstadt Center in the PN 6000 call number range. The collection's strengths include independent comics, mini-comics, international comics and other unusual materials. For further information see the Library Guide to Comics.