Archive for: Fabrice Neaud

Can a non-existent author be exploited?

“Judith Forest” and the crisis in autobio comics.

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Fabrice Neaud’s Journal and Autobiographical Comics

Faces in the Journal

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Blog vs. Professor: What’s in a Name?

Charles Hatfield’s Alternative Comics: An Emerging Literature, published in 2005, arrived at a time of immense excitement in the comics culture. The international new wave of comics had been changing the way we read and thought about comics for a good decade and were gaining an increasing institutional foothold, most notably in the cultural consolidation […]

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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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