In the nomenclative tussle of Graphic Novel vs. Comic Book, two of the genre’s highest profile creators prefer the latter term. “I don’t like ‘graphic novel,'” Persepolis author Marjane Satrapi told the Wall Street Journal recently. “It’s a word that publishers created for the bourgeois to read comics without feeling bad. Comics is just a way of narrating–it’s just a media type.” She added that fellow cartoonist Chris Ware feels the same. “He says [the term ‘graphic novel’] sounds like Lady Chatterley’s Lover,” said Satrapi.