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Northwest Alternative Comics: Nick Caton

The comic I chose that I liked was this comic by Peter Bagge. I liked this comic because it is old and had a lot of vulgar language you wouldn’t see today. I think it shows how people used to … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Alexandria Bachmann

This is a set of panels from Apocalypse Dad by Taylor Dow. Dow uses multiple elements within his work. In terms of elements Dow uses a very consistent line shape. All of the drawn elements are made of of these … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Daniel Blanchard

For this blog post, I used examples from Paul Chadwick’s work, “Fanzines.” This piece of work done by Paul is nothing short of extraordinary, The number of elements that are used in his work, you would need more than 10 … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Jaclyn Seifert

  The example I chose to write about was one from David Lasky. Lasky, an artist from Seattle has been drawing comics and writing for over 20 years. The Northwest Alternative comics selected artist who was willing to reinvent the … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Anh Ngo

During our visit to the WSU Museum collection study center from the Northwest Alternative comics collection, the comic that really caught my eyes was the “Ride the Worm” by Dune#33. This is due to the fact that there are over … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Jasper Contreras

There were a lot of examples to go over from the Northwest Alternative Comics collection. One of the zines/comics I noticed was Sorry Sheets by Eroyn Franklin. It was pretty minimalist in it’s art style and wasn’t overly complex with … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Feifan Li

On Tuesday, I read a lot of comics. There are cute UFOs with loving collages, comics with wild styles, comics that say infection with the virus implies precious life, and comics that I do n’t understand. But in this project … Continue reading

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Northwest Alternative Comics: Anthony Sanchez

In today’s blog post I reviewed an art piece by Mita Mahato. The title of project is called “Unidentified Fluid Object” which is by created by Mahato. With this project its apart of a small series which you can find … Continue reading

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Closure and Time Frames: Jaclyn Seifert

After an unfortunate search in the WSU library, the graphic novel that appealed to me was from Neil Public Library called American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang. That is mostly the entire reason why this blog post is late, … Continue reading

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Closure & Time Frames: Amanda Retchless

The graphic novel that I found is the Archie Comics. I find these really interesting because one of the shows I watch is based off of the Archie Comics. That show being Riverdale. The Archie Comics are in the art … Continue reading

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