Archive for: The Panelists

Alex Boney at the Panelists on Campbell’s Mainstream Work

Over at the Panelists, Alex Boney looks at Eddie Campbell’s mainstream and superhero work in two posts. one; two. More in our own Campbell roundtabling later today.

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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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No Panel, No Border, No Beagle

One of my all time favorite Peanuts panels is from the late 70s. Sally has corralled Snoopy first into helping her scare away bullies at the playground (“Speak softly and carry a beagle,”) and then into terrorizing innocents at the playground (“Speak loudly and carry a beagle.”) In this strip, Sally is stomping off to […]

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One-Panelist Criticism: Likewise

If you’ve seen the tcj.com homepage recently, you know that we’ve been joined here by a spanking new blog called The Panelists, featuring Derik Badman, Charles Hatfield, Jared Gardner, Alex Boney, Craig Fischer and Isaac Cates (my apologies if I forgot anyone!) To kick off their blog, The Panelists are doing a round-robin where each […]

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