Category Archives: Spring 2017 Archive (336)

Archives Visit: Alexandra Borders

After looking throughout the comic examples provided in the MASC, I really only found one that closely conveyed what I imagine for my own poster comic. This comic is supposedly a zine of poetry called CrossCurrents zine, put together by … Continue reading

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Archives Visit: Toree Boutz

  Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouley’s Read Yourself RAW, is a compilation of pieces from the graphic novel magazine, RAW. It was published in 1987 by Pantheon Books and features a number of different graphic novel excerpts. In “Pussyfooting,”  we see a trail … Continue reading

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Archives Visit : Andrese Collins

During our visit to the MASC (Manuscripts, Archives, and Special collection ) in the library, I found three really good short comics that are quick and to the point but also holds a serious tone for a serious moment. During … Continue reading

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Archives Visit: Eva Guillen

This example from the comic written by James Neel demonstrates a different use of formatting and framing. This example changes my plans for my comic because it provides a better foundation to how I wanted to do my own. With this … Continue reading

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“Heartland” Review-Henry Buehler

Heartland is a one-shot comic written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Steve Dillon (Preacher) that’s about an adult family living in 1990’s Belfast, Ireland while dealing with issues surrounding  politics alcohol, religion, familial drama, and The Troubles. The story … Continue reading

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Hierarchy: Hak Do

I plan to tell a sort of time-line story using the poster comic format. The format is perfect to tell short stories and important events so I thought the story of the bond between me and my bestfriend (considered brother) … Continue reading

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Hierarchy: Noah Martin

For my poster comic I will mainly focus on my family and my friends. I am one of the only people from my hometown who goes to school here at WSU so I think that where I am from is … Continue reading

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Hierarchy: Cesar Rubio

Please excuse the late submission for this blog post. I looked all over to find prints of my past work, turns out they were in storage and not in my garage like I thought. I don’t know exactly what narrative … Continue reading

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Blog #9-“Hierarchy” Cleana Broman

For my abstract comic book I want to revolve my design around interesting borders such as the ones displayed in this picture. I’m going to use the road trip example from the exercises and show the road snaking through the … Continue reading

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Hierarchy: Cass McKay

So my idea for “Project 2: Poster Comics” came from the “Writing The Unthinkable” excersises and I guess arose from my idea that Im deriving random thoughts and words through these so I might as well just tell a meaningless … Continue reading

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