By Thierry Groensteen
Title note: unique name Bande dessinée et narration
This ebook is the follow-up to Thierry Groensteen's ground-breaking The process of Comics, during which the best French-language comics theorist got down to examine how the medium services, introducing the main of iconic team spirit, and exhibiting the structures that underlie the articulation among panels at 3 degrees: web page format, linear series, and non-sequential hyperlinks woven throughout the comedian ebook as a complete.
He now develops that evaluation extra, utilizing examples from a truly wide selection of comics, together with the paintings of yankee artists resembling Chris Ware and Robert Crumb. He checks out his theoretical framework through bringing it up opposed to circumstances that problem it, akin to summary comics, electronic comics and sh-jo manga, and provides insightful reflections on those thoughts.
In addition, he comprises long chapters on 3 components no longer coated within the first publication.
• First, he explores the function of the narrator, either verbal and visible, and the actual concerns that come up out of narration in autobiographical comics.
• moment, Groensteen tackles the query of rhythm in comics, and the ability confirmed by means of virtuoso artists in intertwining varied rhythms over and above the elemental beat supplied via the discontinuity of the panels. And 3rd he resets the connection of comics to modern artwork, conditioned by way of cultural historical past and aesthetic traditions yet evolving lately as comics artists circulation onto avant-garde terrain.
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