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Comics  are a form used to tell  many kinds  of stories
Art Spiegelman, Maus
Craig Thompson,  Blankets
 
Hope Larson,  Chiggers  &  Mercury
Posy Simmonds,  Tamara Drewe
Debbie Drechsler, Daddy’s Girl
Chester Brown, Louis Riel
James Kochalka,  American Elf
Alison Bechdel,  Fun Home
Marjane Satrapi,  Persepolis
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
Shakespeare adapatations by various,  including Gareth Hinds
Nicki Greenberg,  Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Allen & Unwin)
Shary Boyle, from  Kramer’s Ergot 7
David Raw, Drawing Silence
A selection of  Christian tracts from  Jack T. Chick comics
 
 
 
Scott McCloud,  Understanding Comics Reinventing Comics Making Comics
Paul Gravett,  Graphic Novels – Everything You Need to Know (also known as  Graphic Novels – Stories to Change Your life)
The Best American Comics Cover art by Michael Cho (left), Jillian Tamaki (right)
Alan Moore (et al),  Watchmen, Miracleman,  The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Top 10; James Sturm (et al),  Unstable ...
Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons,  The Watchmen
Neil Gaiman (et al),  Sandman Brian K. Vaughan (et al),  Y: the Last Man
Comics  are everywhere
Blutch,  Blotch: Le Roi de Paris Edmond Baudoin,  Le Chemin de Saint-Jean Joann Sfar,  Pascin Jacques Tardi & JeanVautrin,...
Amruta Patil, Parva/The Epic
Manga
Shojo Shonen Shojo Beat Shonen Jump
Osamu Tezuka,  Buddha
Rumiko Takahashi,  Ranma 1/2
Josei  – manga for women Yayoi Ogawa,  Tramps Like Us
Seinen  – more mature ‘shonen’ manga Mochizuki Minetaro,  Dragon Head Naoki Urasawa,  Monster
Shimizu Yuki, Love Mode Clamp, Miyuki-chan in Wonderland Yaoi – Boy Love Yuri – Girl Love
Tetsu Kariya & Akira Hanasaki, Oishinbo A La Carte Gurume  Gourmet comics
Shotaro Ishinomori, Japan Inc.: an introduction to Japanese Economics Information manga
Kazuichi Hanawa, Doing Time Alternative manga
Frederik Schodt,  Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics Paul Gravett,  Manga – Sixty Years of Japanese Comics
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Comics & Graphic Novels: Massey High School 2012 - part 3 of 4

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Part 3 of 4: this section looks at the diverse range of stories told in comics and briefly looks at comics from around the world.

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  1. 1. Comics are a form used to tell many kinds of stories
  2. 2. Art Spiegelman, Maus
  3. 3. Craig Thompson, Blankets
  4. 5. Hope Larson, Chiggers & Mercury
  5. 6. Posy Simmonds, Tamara Drewe
  6. 7. Debbie Drechsler, Daddy’s Girl
  7. 8. Chester Brown, Louis Riel
  8. 9. James Kochalka, American Elf
  9. 10. Alison Bechdel, Fun Home
  10. 11. Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis
  11. 12. Joe Sacco, Footnotes in Gaza
  12. 13. Emmanuel Guibert & Didier Lefevre, The Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders
  13. 14. Jim Ottaviani & Leland Myrick, Feynman
  14. 15. Apostolos Doxiadis, Christos Papadimitriou, Alecos Papadatos & Annie Di Donna, Logicomix: an Epic Search for Truth
  15. 16. Carol Lay, The Big Skinny
  16. 17. Shakespeare adapatations by various, including Gareth Hinds
  17. 18. Nicki Greenberg, Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Allen & Unwin)
  18. 19. Shary Boyle, from Kramer’s Ergot 7
  19. 20. David Raw, Drawing Silence
  20. 21. A selection of Christian tracts from Jack T. Chick comics
  21. 25. Scott McCloud, Understanding Comics Reinventing Comics Making Comics
  22. 26. Paul Gravett, Graphic Novels – Everything You Need to Know (also known as Graphic Novels – Stories to Change Your life)
  23. 27. The Best American Comics Cover art by Michael Cho (left), Jillian Tamaki (right)
  24. 28. 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
  25. 29. Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons, The Watchmen
  26. 30. Neil Gaiman (et al), Sandman Brian K. Vaughan (et al), Y: the Last Man
  27. 31. Comics are everywhere
  28. 32. Blutch, Blotch: Le Roi de Paris Edmond Baudoin, Le Chemin de Saint-Jean Joann Sfar, Pascin Jacques Tardi & JeanVautrin, Le Cri Du Peuple Frederic Boilet & Ben ôit Peeters, Tokyo est mon Jardin Philippe Dupuy, Hanté BD
  29. 33. Amruta Patil, Parva/The Epic
  30. 34. Manga
  31. 35. Shojo Shonen Shojo Beat Shonen Jump
  32. 36. Osamu Tezuka, Buddha
  33. 37. Rumiko Takahashi, Ranma 1/2
  34. 38. Josei – manga for women Yayoi Ogawa, Tramps Like Us
  35. 39. Seinen – more mature ‘shonen’ manga Mochizuki Minetaro, Dragon Head Naoki Urasawa, Monster
  36. 40. Shimizu Yuki, Love Mode Clamp, Miyuki-chan in Wonderland Yaoi – Boy Love Yuri – Girl Love
  37. 41. Tetsu Kariya & Akira Hanasaki, Oishinbo A La Carte Gurume Gourmet comics
  38. 42. Shotaro Ishinomori, Japan Inc.: an introduction to Japanese Economics Information manga
  39. 43. Kazuichi Hanawa, Doing Time Alternative manga
  40. 44. Frederik Schodt, Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics Paul Gravett, Manga – Sixty Years of Japanese Comics
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