Table of Contents:
- Machine generated contents note: ch. One Comics and the Test of Abstraction -- ch. Two New Insights into Sequentiality -- ch. Three On a Few Theories of Page Layout -- ch. Four Extension of Some Theoretical Propositions -- ch. Five Question of the Narrator -- ch. Six Subjectivity of the Character -- ch. Seven Rhythms of Comics -- ch. Eight Is Comics a Branch of Contemporary Art?.
- This book is the follow-up to Thierry Groensteen's ground-breaking The System of Comics, in which the leading French-language comics theorist set out to investigate how the medium functions, introducing the principle of iconic solidarity, and showing the systems that underlie the articulation between panels at three levels: page layout, linear sequence, and nonsequential links woven through the comic book as a whole. He now develops that analysis further, using examples from a very wide range of comics, including the work of American artists such as Chris Ware and Robert Crumb. He te
- Translated from the French.
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Description based on: Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed Mar. 18, 2013).
- 1 online resource.
- PN6710 .G757 2013eb
- 9781621039396 (electronic bk.)
1621039390 (electronic bk.)
9781617037702 (cloth, alk. paper) [Invalid]
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Other Control Numbers:
- EBC1113447 (source: MiAaPQ)