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Representations in comics are among the more fun ways of expressing one’s thoughts about certain subjects. However, there are several concerns that need to be considered when thinking of representations. First, a writer or cartoonist has to decide on what theme would the comic delve with. This will basically affect all of the other things needed to be considered. As Scott McCloud discussed, the profitability of the material should also be seriously thought of otherwise the comic will not succeed....

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Rage Comic: Meme Analysis

Johnson Meme Analysis: Rage Comics Many people may always say a picture is worth a thousand words; well the information held within the rage comics represents much more and exemplifies the perfect example of this saying. The Rage comic meme is about a series of comics that can be made by anyone using the common rages faces, which are also memes. These comics are web-based and usually describe real life scenarios from the rage comic creator. The first amateur Rage Comic originated in 2007 on an image...

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Manga and Comics

Manga and Comics: Knowing the Difference While the term manga means ‘comic’, there are many significant differences and similarities between Western graphic novels (comics) and Eastern graphic novels (manga) that make them different despite the fact they are told through the same medium. Panels in manga are more traditionally in black and white, compared to comic books where they use color. Comics have more of a slower read, whereas manga is more of a fast paced read due to the low...

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Youth in Comics

Rebelling Against Conformities in Comics Amongst Young Characters Graphic novels and comics have always portrayed childhood rebelling against the conformities of society. These comics make the reader wonder about societies standards and if we’re being trapped to think and act how the media and pop-culture wants us to. Two works that display characters rebelling and question the norms of society are Calvin and Hobbes and Ghost World. Both these comics exemplify young characters who are themselves...

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Comics Mccloud

Invisible Art Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art, by Scott McCloud, is a book composed in comic book form that explains the importance of comic books, and how they are written and why they are written the way they are. Right off the bat, McCloud relates to the reader by explaining the world of comic books through the actual art form. Through this art form, the reader will feel a sense of closure to the topics because the reader is experiencing the world of comics first-handedly. McCloud conveys...

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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...

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Locavores Analysis Comic Strip

local food within a 100 mile radius. Alex Hallat the creator of “Artic Circle” comic strip portrays the idea of locavore to inform and entertain people. The purpose of the comic strip is to communicate as quickly as possible an idea and an attitude towards that idea, in this case a gentle critic towards the idea of locavore. Thesis: Alex Hallat uses language style and format to express his Cynicism. Style: Comics and cartoons are related to children. Most people are used to reading this from...

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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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Manga vs American Comics

competitors in this are comics, the American comic battling the Japanese comic (manga). There is a big difference in art styles between Manga, which is more exaggerated and American comics, which tend to be more "realistic". There are also quite a few serious differences between the two types of comics. Some of the differences, just to mention a few of them are the cost, creation, diverse audience and genres, presentation and even size. Many continue reading the American comics because it is traditional...

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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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