Dragonlance: a comic so low on the totem pole that there isn’t a Wikipedia page for it.
Author Archive: Derik Badman
There is a line of comics poetry that runs through the history of comics.
The stories Hernandez tells are grounded in a contemporary reality (one that, unlike most comics, acknowledges race, sexuality, and class) but are also willing to touch on a host of modes and genres. The early stories are a little too rooted in science fic
Text by Wallace Stevens; Art by Derik Badman.
Originally presented: Panel on Frames and Ways of Seeing in Modernist Narrative at The Tenth Annual Modernist Studies Association (MSA) Conference, Nashville, TN, November 2008. Author’s introduction (“disclaimer”) This paper was presented at the Modernist Studies Association conference two years ago. As such, the audience for the talk was not comics scholars, or, even, necessarily […]