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