Archive for: Andrei Molotiu

Abstract Comics

Abstract Comics and the weight of modernism

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Excess Meaning

More image, more narrative.

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“Built By a Race of Madmen”

The cracked allure of Frank Miller’s Holy Terror

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Brecht vs. Godard

Charles Reece, Craig Fischer, and Andrei Molotiu discuss Brecht and Godard.

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The Eyes Have It: The Sublime & the Precognitive Graze.

For readers there is an agreement to relinquish part of our civilized nature when we agree to look at a comic.

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Permanent Ink: Comic-Book and Comic-Strip Original Art as Aesthetic Object by Andrei Molotiu

Editor’s Introduction: This is the first of what we hope will be a monthly column, “Sequential Erudition”, which will reprint academic work in the field of comics studies. The numerous discussions around the Best American Comics Criticism volume brought up how divorced the academic writing about comics is from popular writing about comics, not because […]

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