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Print Versus Digital: Melody Huerta

Like many different art forms comics are a form of art that can and will exist in many different mediums. Something that I have taken away from “Understanding Comics” by Scott McCloud is that comics are supposed to be very … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Ashley Cole

I think that comics are something that not a lot of people really read because they do not know much about them. I would definitely say that this was the case for myself before reading Understanding Comics. I thought that … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Brianna Esqueda

Comic have seamlessly combined two great mediums, visual art and storytelling. When done well the two work together creating a uniquely different experience. One thing that I took from reading Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics was the use of space, and … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Melissa Urueta

Reading  Scott McCloud’s book understanding comics was not the first time I had to read a comic formatted this way or even the first time that I read a comic for class. So when I read through it, it was … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Emily Burns

Before reading the book, “Understanding Comics,” I didn’t know comics were so versatile. I always thought of comics as a book that are relatively new. I was not aware of the history of comics and how broad the term comics … Continue reading

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Blog #4: Print Versus Digital, Wyatt Nevins

I’m reasonably familiar with comics. I grew up reading old Marvel issues and in recent years I’ve been diving more into the literary side of graphic narrative. Superhero comics are well and good, but the genre has a lot more … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Emmalina Krist

  Scott McCloud seemed a bit reluctant to predict definitively where the future of comics would be as a medium, as their definition is fairly broad and their potential great. However, I did read and consider two different forms of … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Emily Bruckner

Scott McCloud’s book really helped me to better understand what a comic really is; that it is essentially a sequential narrative of images with or without actual text. In this context, some ancient Egyptian stories carved into stone can be … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Ryan Ferrell

  There is no one way to define or explain the concept of comics. As this frame to the left is interpreted to saying that there can be different viewpoints on the process and meaning of comics. There will continue … Continue reading

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Print vs. Digital: Rachel Lentz

Have you noticed the prevalence of comic book characters in our everyday lives? From movies to T.V. shows to even toys, it seems as if the popularity of comics and their ensuing characters has skyrocketed. One thing we can blame … Continue reading

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