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Comics (IPA: /ˈkɑmɪks/)


Comics

UK TV series

Comics

Book by Dietrich Grünewald

Comic

Creative work in which pictures and text convey information such as narratives

Comic

Quality of a character, situation or work

COMICS (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Cooled Mid Infrared Camera and Spectrometer

Comics Rhymes


Comics


Clintonomics, Economics, Ergonomics, Reaganomics, Rogernomics
Polyconomics

Spanish Translation

Comics in Spanish is Historietas

Tagalog Translation

Comics in Tagalog is Komiks

Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .all our theories about how comics are put together are invariably about time. The duration of a panel's action and the duration between one panel and the next. We haven't added very much to the Eisner-Steranko concept of sequential art."" - Comics

Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .'comic' simply means funny, so the word is inadequate. To tack on the word 'adult' has resulted in a style of magazine suitable for only some adults, glossy comics barely containing their airbrushed breasts, leaving little room for genuine content." - Comics

Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .if the form is to say something important, rather than just involve itself in the kinetic thrill of drawn characters chasing each other, then we have to think harder." - Comics

Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .in a visual medium, a comics format the writer works for the artist, in the same that the writer in a movie works for the director." - Comics

Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .the concept of what comics is gets narrower as we go along. Each writer on the subject who defines comics wants to exclude something. McCloud excludes the single panel so Family Circus and Far Side are out. Blackbeard says there must be word balloons so Prince Valiant is out. Harvey says there has to be a visual-verbal balance. Somebody else says there must be no redundancy of information with words and pictures repeating each other. This is crap. Pictures have illustrated words and words have explained pictures since the beginning of time. Somebody reads a dull comic and extrapolates rules from it. Who do they think they are? There are all these people trying to be the rule-makers and the end result is bad for the art of Comics." - Comics


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