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Comic Book

Creating comic books 2/21/13 General Purpose:To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of the creative process of creating a comic book. Central Idea: I will inform you all of the artistic process of creating a comic book: Penciling, Inking, and Coloring as well as examples of Artists who break these rules. Introduction A. According to The Comics Chronicles, the North American Comics Industry made an estimated 715 million dollars last year. From sales of print comic book, graphic...

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Comic Books Effects on Children

ask which media outlet I’m talking about and that is comic books. Comic books have always received flak when it came to how influential they are to children, with scenes of graphic violence, criminal acts of mischief, and over-bearing sexual exploits. Many parents, schools, and communities have also noticed some of the crazy things that go on in comic books and have banded together to try and ban them because they are in fear that these comic books are poisoning our children’s minds to make them believe...

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History Of Comic Books

History of the Comic Books Student Institution History of Comic Books A comic book is a narrative presented in a sequence containing words and pictures. They are sophisticated art form that both feeds off and creates cultural formulas and historical constructs. We shall outline the history in a chronological order as below. The Pioneer (1500-1828) Many people may perceive that European broadsheets of sixteen century and satirical magazine of 1780s as the precursors of comic books but true comic...

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Censorship in Comic Books

censorship in comic books Tales from the Crypt - From Comic Books to Television When William M. Gaines took over Entertaining Comics (EC) in 1947, the company was nothing special. That all changed three years later when Gaines and editor... via YouTube The Horror! The Horror! Comic Books the Government Didn't Want You to Read! The Horror! The Horror! uncovers a rare treasury of some of the most important and neglected stories in American literature—the pre-Code horror comics of the... via YouTube ...

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Frank Millers Dark Horse Comics miniseries of the same name, and later went on to direct the 2009 superhero film Watchmen, an adaption of the comic book of the same name. He is the co-founder of Cruel and Unusual films, a production company he established in 2004, alongside his wife Deborah Sander and producing partner Wesley Collier His first family film was the 2010 animated family adventure film Legends of the guardians: The Owls Of Gahoole based on the first three books of the series by Kathryn...

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The Benefit of Reading Comic Book

Comic books are probably the most popular form of reading material for young people in Hong Kong. Write an essay comic books which deal with all the following points: - why these books are so popular - the advantages and disadvantages of reading such books - how comic books can be used for educational purposes Justify your views by providing reasons. Reading comic books— a relaxing, joying and learning activity "Spiderman" or "War and Peace"? "Batman" or "Romeo and Juliet"? "Dragonball" or...

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Superman

Clark Kent, extends far beyond the comic book itself. Although many have grown to love him for the courage he represents, the personification Superman employs deviates from what is truly natural or innately human by challenging undisturbed and irrefutable conventions. Superman made its first appearance on an American audience in the year 1938 in Action Comics during the bitter and unforgiving days of the Depression (Barrier et al 11). Initially, the comic book hero who came from the planet Krypton...

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Film as a Formal System in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

from scene to scene. There can be two functions attributed to this stylistic element. First, there is the purpose of creating a semblance of style to a comic book, where the story of Scott Pilgrim originated from. The movement within comic books and graphic novels is immediate and prompt. There is no wiggle room for slow transitioning, as comics are presented through pictures, literally rigid and without movement. An example of this is made in the scene where Scott is at the library with his girlfriend...

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Disagree In comic books these days, superheroines are portrayed as sexists and copied of male heroes. This, in my opinion, is false. Superheroines are equally sexy as their male counterparts. Not only that, they promote feminine strength. They love, laugh, kill and are hurt, maimed or killed as regularly as their male counterparts. They are also known as feminist icons to women. They are an inspiration to women and teenagers all around the world. This is a huge step in the right direction for...

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Violent Media - Violent Behavior

such as video games, comic books and cartoons are the cause of the outburst in violence such as the recent public school shootings and movie theaters. There is more evidence to support that this type of media is a healthy outlet under proper supervision. I believe that some violent media can help people identify and over -come fear and social anxieties, be used as an outlet for anger or rage, that not everyone is affective the same way by violent media. Gerald Jones, a comic book author, shared in...

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