Understanding Comics

The Invisible Art

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This is an exploration of the history, meaning, and art of comics and cartooning. Using comics to examine the medium itself, the author takes the form of a cartoon character and explains the structure, meaning, and appeal of comics, and provides a ... Continua
Ha scritto il 10/07/16
Marvelous book, Thought-provoking
This is a philosophical thesis exploring what comic is. It relates comics to the way we identify our-self, perceive the world, perceive time and space and the way the reader add in events not drawn. The content is so much deeper than I could have ...Continua
Ha scritto il 24/10/11
i thought this book was very helpful and learn how to like comics more. it make learn that comics are more then pictures
Ha scritto il 24/10/11
A great book that is almost guaranteed to change the way you read comics, while keeping your attention with comics and humor.
Ha scritto il 24/10/11
I thought this book was interesting, it talked and explained a lot on comics. why authors write the way they do and why the pictures and borders are the way they are in the comic books(:
Ha scritto il 24/10/11
This book was blah, because i was never here... but the parts i was here for it was pretty good.

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