Understanding comics

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Kitchen Sink Press, 1993 - Art - 215 pages
768 Reviews
This detail-packed book includes a history of comics that reaches back to pre-Columbian picture manuscripts and Egyptian monuments and a running analysis of comics as art, literature, and communication.

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Great prose, great pictures. - Goodreads
Such insight on both storytelling...and life. - Goodreads
It was also very hard to read. - Goodreads
Useful and insightful as a writer. - Goodreads
Pretty good survey/overview - Goodreads
Good starting point for designers. - Goodreads

Review: Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art (The Comic Books #1)

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Do you have an interest in comics of any shape, size, or topic? Marvel, DC, or perhaps the new indie release? Perhaps you've wanted to learn more about literary theory but felt daunted by words with ... Read full review

Review: Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art (The Comic Books #1)

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Scott McCloud is quite the little genius. I take that back. Actually he is a big genius having produced a digestible treatise on art, especially visual art. This treatise is written and drawn in comic ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
8
Section 3
14
Copyright

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