Archive for: Derik Badman

In praise of Saul Steinberg

(Please click on all images — they’re much easier to see in the big versions.) Over at The Panelists, in the comments to Derik’s really terrific post on Blaise Larmee’s Magic Forest, I’ve been harassing Charles Hatfield a bit about the theoretical status of “sequence” in comics studies. For me, the importance of sequence is […]

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Reading Between the Lines: The Subversion of Authority in Two Graphic Novels for Young Adults by Ariel Kahn

Gaze, authority, and children in Salem Brownstone and Skim

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Conte Demoniaque: The End of Times by Fabrice Neaud

Fabrice Neaud’s essay on Aristophane’s Conte Demoniaque, translated by Derik Badman. Introduction by Domingos Isabelinho.

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