Seduction of the Innocent   by Dr. Frederic Wertham (1954)
“ The comics erode the most fundamental habits of humane, civilised living… and they erode them in the most vulnerable ele...
Art Spiegelman, Maus: a Survivor’s Tale Pulitzer Prize winner National Book Critics Circle Award nominee Los Angeles Times...
Chris Ware Jimmy Corrigan:  Smartest Kid on Earth American Book Award Guardian First Book Award First cartoonist invited t...
Gene Luen Yang,  American Born Chinese Michael L. Printz Award for Best YA Book National Book Award finalist
Siena Cherson Siegel & Mark Siegel,  To Dance: a Ballerina’s Graphic Novel An ALA Robert F. Sibert Honor Book
Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis: the Story of a Childhood
 
Carl Barks,  Uncle Scrooge
Charles Schulz,  Peanuts
 
Lorenzo Mattotti,  Stigmates
Meister Bertram von Minden, The Grabower Altar,  1375-1383
 
Colin McCahon,  6 Days in Nelson & Canterbury (1950)
 
Bill Watterson
 
we  read   pictures
 
closure
 
 
 
A picture can tell a story
 
Picture + Picture = Comics
 
 
 
Pictures + Words = Comics
 
 
 
WILL EISNER Comics & Sequential Art
Pictures  can be like  words
 
MIWA UEDA,  Peach Girl
Chris Ware Acme Novelty  Library
Chris Ware Sketchbook
Words  can be like  pictures
DAVE SIM & GERHARD,  Cerebus
GOSCINNY & UDERZO,  Asterix the Legionary
 
Comics  use words and pictures t o tell all kinds of stories
Hergé,  The Adventures of Tintin
Goscinny & Uderzo,  Asterix the Gaul
Asterix  in Latin, Published by Egmont Ehapa Verlag GmbH
Albert Algoud,  L’Intégrale des Jurons du Capitaine Haddock
Cinebook www.cinebook.co.uk
Tove Jansson,  Moomin
Joann Sfar,  Little Vampire
Jeff Smith,  Bone
Shaun Tan,  The Arrival
Raymond Briggs,  Ethel & Ernest, When the Wind Blows
Posy Simmonds,  Tamara Drewe
Alan Moore (et al),  Watchmen, Miracleman,  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Top 10; James Sturm (et al),  Unstable ...
Neil Gaiman (et al),  Sandman Brian K. Vaughan (et al),  Y: the Last Man Vertigo – DC’s ‘mature readers’ imprint
Mike Mignola (et al),  Hellboy
Bryan Lee O’Malley,  Scott Pilgrim
Hope Larson,  Chiggers  &  Mercury
Raina Telgemeier,  Smile
Craig Thompson,  Blankets
Joann Sfar,  The Rabbi’s Cat
David B.,  Epilectic
Alison Bechdel,  Fun Home
Shakespeare adapatations by various,  including Gareth Hinds
Nicki Greenberg,  Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Allen & Unwin)
Gareth Hinds,  The Odyssey
Eric Shanower,  Age of Bronze: A Thousand Ships
Charles Schulz,  Peanuts (being collected by Fantagraphics Books)
George Herriman,  Krazy Kat (being collected as  Krazy and Ignatz  by Fantagraphics Books
Roy Crane,  Captain Easy
Bill Blackbeard & Martin Williams,  The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics
Dan Nadel,  Art out of Time
Jack Kirby:  “ the King of Comics”
Osamu Tezuka:  “ the God of Manga”
Shojo Shonen Shojo Beat Shonen Jump
Shojo  – manga for girls (and liberated boys) Clamp,  Cardcaptor Sakura Natsuki Takaya,  Fruits Basket
Gender- bending manga: Rumiko Takahashi (Japan, 1957-),  Ranma 1/2
Seinen  – more mature ‘shonen’ manga Mochizuki Minetaro,  Dragon Head Naoki Urasawa,  Monster
Josei  – manga for women Yayoi Ogawa,  Tramps Like Us
Erica Sakurazawa,  Angel Nest
Bob Kerr & Stephen Ballantyne,  Terry and the Gunrunners (Collins 1982)  Terry and the Last Moa (Finlayson Hill 1986) Terr...
Chris Slane & Matt Elliott,  Nice Day for a War: Adventures of a Kiwi Soldier in World War I (Harper Collins NZ)
Ant Sang,  Shaolin Burning (Harper Collins NZ)
Chris Grosz,  Kimble Bent Malcontent (Random House NZ)
Joe Sacco,  Footnotes in Gaza
Emmanuel Guibert & Didier Lefevre,  The Photographer:  Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders
Jim Ottaviani & Leland Myrick,  Feynman
Apostolos Doxiadis, Christos Papadimitriou,  Alecos Papadatos & Annie Di Donna,  Logicomix: an Epic Search for Truth
Carol Lay, The Big Skinny
Tetsu Kariya & Akira Hanasaki, Oishinbo A La Carte Gurume  Gourmet comics
Shotaro Ishinomori, Japan Inc.: an introduction to Japanese Economics Information manga
 
 
James Kochalka,  American Elf
David Raw, Drawing Silence
The Best American Comics Cover art by Michael Cho (left), Jillian Tamaki (right)
Paul Gravett,  Graphic Novels – Everything You Need to Know (also known as  Graphic Novels – Stories to Change Your life)
Frederik Schodt,  Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics Paul Gravett,  Manga – Sixty Years of Japanese Comics
David Hajdu , The Ten-Cent Plague
Scott McCloud,  Understanding Comics Reinventing Comics Making Comics
James Sturm, Andrew Arnold & Alexis Frederick-Frost , Adventures in Cartooning Adventures in Cartooning Activity Book
Various authors,  The DC Comics Guides
http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=7582
http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/booklistsawards/greatgraphicnovelsforteens/gn.cfm
http://graphicclassroom.blogspot.com/
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  1. 6. Seduction of the Innocent by Dr. Frederic Wertham (1954)
  2. 7. “ The comics erode the most fundamental habits of humane, civilised living… and they erode them in the most vulnerable element of our society, our children… “ If we ban the comics we are reducing the chances of war and preventing the further perversion of the world’s children.” Bill Pearson letter to Landfall (March, 1955)
  3. 8. Art Spiegelman, Maus: a Survivor’s Tale Pulitzer Prize winner National Book Critics Circle Award nominee Los Angeles Times Book Prize for fiction
  4. 9. Chris Ware Jimmy Corrigan: Smartest Kid on Earth American Book Award Guardian First Book Award First cartoonist invited to exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Biennial exhibition
  5. 10. Gene Luen Yang, American Born Chinese Michael L. Printz Award for Best YA Book National Book Award finalist
  6. 11. Siena Cherson Siegel & Mark Siegel, To Dance: a Ballerina’s Graphic Novel An ALA Robert F. Sibert Honor Book
  7. 12. Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis: the Story of a Childhood
  8. 14. Carl Barks, Uncle Scrooge
  9. 15. Charles Schulz, Peanuts
  10. 17. Lorenzo Mattotti, Stigmates
  11. 18. Meister Bertram von Minden, The Grabower Altar, 1375-1383
  12. 20. Colin McCahon, 6 Days in Nelson & Canterbury (1950)
  13. 22. Bill Watterson
  14. 24. we read pictures
  15. 26. closure
  16. 30. A picture can tell a story
  17. 32. Picture + Picture = Comics
  18. 36. Pictures + Words = Comics
  19. 40. WILL EISNER Comics & Sequential Art
  20. 41. Pictures can be like words
  21. 43. MIWA UEDA, Peach Girl
  22. 44. Chris Ware Acme Novelty Library
  23. 45. Chris Ware Sketchbook
  24. 46. Words can be like pictures
  25. 47. DAVE SIM & GERHARD, Cerebus
  26. 48. GOSCINNY & UDERZO, Asterix the Legionary
  27. 50. Comics use words and pictures t o tell all kinds of stories
  28. 51. Hergé, The Adventures of Tintin
  29. 52. Goscinny & Uderzo, Asterix the Gaul
  30. 53. Asterix in Latin, Published by Egmont Ehapa Verlag GmbH
  31. 54. Albert Algoud, L’Intégrale des Jurons du Capitaine Haddock
  32. 55. Cinebook www.cinebook.co.uk
  33. 56. Tove Jansson, Moomin
  34. 57. Joann Sfar, Little Vampire
  35. 58. Jeff Smith, Bone
  36. 59. Shaun Tan, The Arrival
  37. 60. Raymond Briggs, Ethel & Ernest, When the Wind Blows
  38. 61. Posy Simmonds, Tamara Drewe
  39. 62. Alan Moore (et al), Watchmen, Miracleman, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Top 10; James Sturm (et al), Unstable Molecules; Warren Ellis (et al), The Authority; Grant Morrison (et al), The Invisibles
  40. 63. Neil Gaiman (et al), Sandman Brian K. Vaughan (et al), Y: the Last Man Vertigo – DC’s ‘mature readers’ imprint
  41. 64. Mike Mignola (et al), Hellboy
  42. 65. Bryan Lee O’Malley, Scott Pilgrim
  43. 66. Hope Larson, Chiggers & Mercury
  44. 67. Raina Telgemeier, Smile
  45. 68. Craig Thompson, Blankets
  46. 69. Joann Sfar, The Rabbi’s Cat
  47. 70. David B., Epilectic
  48. 71. Alison Bechdel, Fun Home
  49. 72. Shakespeare adapatations by various, including Gareth Hinds
  50. 73. Nicki Greenberg, Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Allen & Unwin)
  51. 74. Gareth Hinds, The Odyssey
  52. 75. Eric Shanower, Age of Bronze: A Thousand Ships
  53. 76. Charles Schulz, Peanuts (being collected by Fantagraphics Books)
  54. 77. George Herriman, Krazy Kat (being collected as Krazy and Ignatz by Fantagraphics Books
  55. 78. Roy Crane, Captain Easy
  56. 79. Bill Blackbeard & Martin Williams, The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics
  57. 80. Dan Nadel, Art out of Time
  58. 81. Jack Kirby: “ the King of Comics”
  59. 82. Osamu Tezuka: “ the God of Manga”
  60. 83. Shojo Shonen Shojo Beat Shonen Jump
  61. 84. Shojo – manga for girls (and liberated boys) Clamp, Cardcaptor Sakura Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket
  62. 85. Gender- bending manga: Rumiko Takahashi (Japan, 1957-), Ranma 1/2
  63. 86. Seinen – more mature ‘shonen’ manga Mochizuki Minetaro, Dragon Head Naoki Urasawa, Monster
  64. 87. Josei – manga for women Yayoi Ogawa, Tramps Like Us
  65. 88. Erica Sakurazawa, Angel Nest
  66. 89. Bob Kerr & Stephen Ballantyne, Terry and the Gunrunners (Collins 1982) Terry and the Last Moa (Finlayson Hill 1986) Terry and the Yodelling Bull (Hodder & Stoughton 1999) Chris Slane & Robert Sullivan, Maui: Legends of the Outcast (Godwit 1997)
  67. 90. Chris Slane & Matt Elliott, Nice Day for a War: Adventures of a Kiwi Soldier in World War I (Harper Collins NZ)
  68. 91. Ant Sang, Shaolin Burning (Harper Collins NZ)
  69. 92. Chris Grosz, Kimble Bent Malcontent (Random House NZ)
  70. 93. Joe Sacco, Footnotes in Gaza
  71. 94. Emmanuel Guibert & Didier Lefevre, The Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders
  72. 95. Jim Ottaviani & Leland Myrick, Feynman
  73. 96. Apostolos Doxiadis, Christos Papadimitriou, Alecos Papadatos & Annie Di Donna, Logicomix: an Epic Search for Truth
  74. 97. Carol Lay, The Big Skinny
  75. 98. Tetsu Kariya & Akira Hanasaki, Oishinbo A La Carte Gurume Gourmet comics
  76. 99. Shotaro Ishinomori, Japan Inc.: an introduction to Japanese Economics Information manga
  77. 102. James Kochalka, American Elf
  78. 103. David Raw, Drawing Silence
  79. 104. The Best American Comics Cover art by Michael Cho (left), Jillian Tamaki (right)
  80. 105. Paul Gravett, Graphic Novels – Everything You Need to Know (also known as Graphic Novels – Stories to Change Your life)
  81. 106. Frederik Schodt, Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics Paul Gravett, Manga – Sixty Years of Japanese Comics
  82. 107. David Hajdu , The Ten-Cent Plague
  83. 108. Scott McCloud, Understanding Comics Reinventing Comics Making Comics
  84. 109. James Sturm, Andrew Arnold & Alexis Frederick-Frost , Adventures in Cartooning Adventures in Cartooning Activity Book
  85. 110. Various authors, The DC Comics Guides
  86. 111. http://www2.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=7582
  87. 112. http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/booklistsawards/greatgraphicnovelsforteens/gn.cfm
  88. 113. http://graphicclassroom.blogspot.com/
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