Category Archives: 201 Blog

Invisible Emotion: Grace Kannberg

After reading Living of Line from. Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics, I learned how lines can be used to show so many different things. Sound, emotions, weather (cold and hot). In many ways, Lines are used in many different ways to … Continue reading

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Invisible Emotion: Emily Bartholomew

This week we went to the Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections (MASC), and we looked at all different types of comics. The first table that had books on them was very old and was one of the first books ever … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Sydney Seay

This page of The Lightening Thief shows aspect-to-aspect closure in my opinion. The shoes with wings are implied to be very important, but there is no text or explanation. The creator is requiring active participation by the reader to make … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Mareenah Galang

The graphic novel that I chose for this blog post is They Called Us Enemy by Eisinger Scott Becker. The novel explains the story of George Takei, a well known actor of the Star Trek movies, and his and family’s … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Dawson Bolen

The graphic Novel I chose to read is called Earthling by Mark Fearing. It’s a science fiction novel about a boy who goes to school in outer space. This sequence on page 67 is an example of action to action … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Erika Epperson

For my comic I chose Earl and Mooch by Patrick McDonnell. I chose this comic because I like the lightheartedness of the comic and the innocence of its humor. It reminded me of my childhood days when I would sometimes … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Justin Pardini

The graphic novel that I have chose to read for this month is the Hip Hop Family Tree by Ed Piskor. This novel delves into the roots of Hip Hop and DJ’s and multiple other historical upbringings of music. It … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Joseph Gardner

This scene is primarily moment to moment. In this scene, the main character is lost in a dark room, wandering around aimlessly. In the first frame, he is entering the room. He continues walking in the second frame, which we … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Jon Klaveano

The comic book I choose was created by Robert Venditti and Mike Huddleston. The comic book is titled “The Homeland Directive.” Huddleston is an award winning comic-book artists, illustrator, and concept designer. Venditti on the other hand is a New … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Brayden Jacobs

The graphic novel I chose to investigate is “Dog Man” by Dav Pilkey. It’s children’s comic and was specifically chosen because of this. I was curious to see if these examples of closure and time frames existed in comics meant … Continue reading

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