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    • Comics

    • Comics is a medium used to express ideas by images, often combined with text or other visual information. Comics frequently takes the form of juxtaposed sequences of panels of images. Often textual devices such as speech balloons, captions, and onomatopoeia indicate dialogue, narration, sound effects, or other informat ... Read »


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    • Comics studies

    • Comics studies (also comic art studies, sequential art studies or graphic narrative studies) is an academic field that focuses on comics and sequential art. Although comics and graphic novels have been generally dismissed as less relevant pop culture texts, scholars in fields such as semiotics, composition studies and ... Read »


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    • Abstract comics

    • Abstract comics are comics that combine concepts of visual abstraction with the traditional continuity of the comic strip. A collection of abstract comics was brought together in the book Abstract Comics: The Anthology edited by Andrei Molotiu. The Danish publisher Fahrenheit published Nautilus by Molotiu and Reykjavi ... Read »


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    • Adult comics

    • The term adult comics typically denotes comic books, comic magazines, comic strips or graphic novels with content of an erotic, violent, or sophisticated nature, which appeals to adult readers. They are sometimes restricted to purchase by legal adults, especially when they include sexually explicit material. Roger ... Read »


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    • Comic Con

    • Comic-Con, with a hyphen, is a registered trademark owned by San Diego Comic-Con International. Comic Con, ComicCon, or ComiCon may in general refer to any comic book conventions, including the following: ... Read »


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    • ComicBlitz

    • ComicBlitz is an unlimited, streaming, digital comics distribution platform. Its initial application launched October 6, 2015 for iOS later expanding to include a mobile-responsive, web-based app for Android (operating system) and Windows Mobile users on smartphones, tablet computers, and personal computers. ... Read »


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    • Comics poetry

    • Comics poetry is a hybrid creative form that combines aspects of comics and poetry. It draws from the syntax of comics, images, panels, speech balloons, and so on, in order to produce a literary or artistic experience akin to that of traditional poetry. Comics poetry traces its origins to illuminated manuscripts, ... Read »


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    • Eagle (Richard Eagle)

    • Eagle (Richard Eagle)

      Eagle is a black-and-white indie comic book series which originated in 1986 by artists Neil Vokes and Rich Rankin. Most issues were written by Jack Herman, although some were written by Herman, Vokes and Rankin. It was originally published by its creators as Crystal Comics (Crystal Publications), then by Apple Comics. ... Read »


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    • Comics in education

    • The use of comics in education is based on the concept of creating engagement and motivation for students. The effectiveness of comics as medium for effective learning and development has been the subject of debate since the origin modern comic book in the 1930s. Sones (1944) notes that comics "evoked more than a ... Read »


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    • Modern Polaxis

    • Modern Polaxis is an Augmented Reality comic book created by interactive comic artist Stu Campbell, known as Sutu. The comic is paired with an iPhone/iPad app which in conjunction with the comic has 50 pages of audio visual content. Modern Polaxis tells the story of a time traveller, Polaxis. He has a journal in w ... Read »


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    • Nights of Horror

    • Nights of Horror is a series of fetish comic books, created in 1954 by publisher Malcla, drawn by comic artist Joe Shuster, who is also one of the original creators of Superman. The comic stories were written by an author under the pseudonym Clancy, who also used other pseudonyms for different issues of the books. The ... Read »


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    • Non-fiction comics

    • Non-fiction comics, also known as graphic non-fiction, is non-fiction in the comics medium, embracing a variety of formats from comic strips to trade paperbacks. Traditionally, comic strips have long offered factual material in this category, notably Ripley's Believe It or Not!, along with Ralph Graczak's Our Own ... Read »


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    • Obaranda

    • Obaranda

      Obaranda.com is a weekly Nigerian webcomic created in July 2016 that runs non-continuous gags about occurrences peculiar to the Nigerian condition. A new 'episode' is posted every Sunday. The gags and sketches are made by Justin Irabor with contributions from his readers and subscribers. The comic features several cha ... Read »


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    • Pieces Project

    • Pieces Project is an experimental art/ comics project. It was initiated in 2006 by a Polish artist Jakub Mazerant. Pieces Project involves various artists working on one comic book. Each artist creates only one panel ("piece") of the story. There is no script provided. The story evolves with each and every panel. Pie ... Read »


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    • Portrayal of black people in comics

    • Black people have been portrayed in comics since the medium's beginning, with their portrayals often the subject of controversy. The integration of black characters in mainstream and superhero comics has endured various obstacles and challenges. Critics have noted that black men and women have often been portrayed as j ... Read »


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    • Q-Collection

    • The Q-Collection Comic Book Preservation Project is a non-profit project aimed at preserving historic comic books from the 1930s to the 1960s (the Golden and Silver ages of comic book production). The preservation of these key comics is necessary due to the acidic pulp paper that the books were printed on during the f ... Read »


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