Art Spiegelman
B. Kliban
Bill Watterson
B. Kliban
JohnBolton
Richard Case   Chris McLoughlin
AdrianSibar
James Jean
RickLeonardi
What  arecomics?
Comicsare not a genre
Michael Turner
Carl Barks,Uncle Scrooge
Charles Schulz, Peanuts
Comics are a form
MeisterBertramvonMinden,TheGrabowerAltar,1375-1383
Colin McCahon, 6 Days in Nelson & Canterbury (1950)
Comics  are a formused to tell many kinds  of stories
Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons,               The Watchmen
Neil Gaiman (et al), Sandman   Brian K. Vaughan (et al), Y: the Last Man
Shaun Tan,The Arrival
Hope Larson,Chiggers & Mercury
Craig Thompson, Blankets
Sammy Harkham (ed.), Kramer’s Ergot   Drawn & Quarterly Showcase                                                Chris Ware...
Lorenzo Mattotti & Claudio Persanti,               Stigmata
Dan Clowes,Ghost World
Charles Burns,     Black Hole
Chris Ware,Building Stories
Ron Rege Jr
Shary Boyle, from Kramer’s Ergot 7
Posy Simmonds,   Tamara Drewe
Art Spiegelman,           Maus
Alison Bechdel,        Fun Home
Marjane Satrapi,       Persepolis
Raymond Briggs, Ethel & Ernest
Chester Brown,    Louis Riel
Jim Ottaviani & Leland Myrick,            Feynman
Joe Sacco,Footnotes in Gaza
Emmanuel Guibert & Didier Lefevre,         The Photographer:   Into War-Torn Afghanistan with      Doctors Without Borders
Apostolos Doxiadis, Christos Papadimitriou,     Alecos Papadatos & Annie Di Donna,     Logicomix: an Epic Search for Truth
Carol Lay,The Big Skinny
Jess Fink,Chester 5000 XYV
A selection ofChristian tracts fromJack T. Chick comics
Scott McCloud,Understanding Comics Reinventing Comics    Making Comics
fromScott McCloud,Making Comics
David Raw,Drawing Silence
How to read   comics
we  readpictures
closure
A picture can tell a story
Picture + Picture     = Comics
Pictures + Words    = Comics
WILL EISNERComics & Sequential Art
Jim WoodringFrank
John Byrne
JamesPannafino,TypographicComics
Dave Sim & Gerhard, Cerebus
Dave Sim & Gerhard, Cerebus
Pictures can be  like  words
MIWA UEDA, Peach Girl
Words can be   likepictures
DAVE SIM & GERHARD, Cerebus
GOSCINNY & UDERZO, Asterix the Legionary
Chris WareJimmy Corrigan:Smartest Kid on Earth
Art and Communication
Scott McCloud, Understanding Comics
James Kochalka, The Horrible Truth About Comics
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MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
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MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
MCW University of Auckland
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MCW University of Auckland
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MCW University of Auckland

  1. 1. Art Spiegelman
  2. 2. B. Kliban
  3. 3. Bill Watterson
  4. 4. B. Kliban
  5. 5. JohnBolton
  6. 6. Richard Case Chris McLoughlin
  7. 7. AdrianSibar
  8. 8. James Jean
  9. 9. RickLeonardi
  10. 10. What arecomics?
  11. 11. Comicsare not a genre
  12. 12. Michael Turner
  13. 13. Carl Barks,Uncle Scrooge
  14. 14. Charles Schulz, Peanuts
  15. 15. Comics are a form
  16. 16. MeisterBertramvonMinden,TheGrabowerAltar,1375-1383
  17. 17. Colin McCahon, 6 Days in Nelson & Canterbury (1950)
  18. 18. Comics are a formused to tell many kinds of stories
  19. 19. Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons, The Watchmen
  20. 20. Neil Gaiman (et al), Sandman Brian K. Vaughan (et al), Y: the Last Man
  21. 21. Shaun Tan,The Arrival
  22. 22. Hope Larson,Chiggers & Mercury
  23. 23. Craig Thompson, Blankets
  24. 24. Sammy Harkham (ed.), Kramer’s Ergot Drawn & Quarterly Showcase Chris Ware (ed.), McSweeney’s Quarterly, no.13 (the Comics Issue)Eric Reynolds (ed.), Mome
  25. 25. Lorenzo Mattotti & Claudio Persanti, Stigmata
  26. 26. Dan Clowes,Ghost World
  27. 27. Charles Burns, Black Hole
  28. 28. Chris Ware,Building Stories
  29. 29. Ron Rege Jr
  30. 30. Shary Boyle, from Kramer’s Ergot 7
  31. 31. Posy Simmonds, Tamara Drewe
  32. 32. Art Spiegelman, Maus
  33. 33. Alison Bechdel, Fun Home
  34. 34. Marjane Satrapi, Persepolis
  35. 35. Raymond Briggs, Ethel & Ernest
  36. 36. Chester Brown, Louis Riel
  37. 37. Jim Ottaviani & Leland Myrick, Feynman
  38. 38. Joe Sacco,Footnotes in Gaza
  39. 39. Emmanuel Guibert & Didier Lefevre, The Photographer: Into War-Torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders
  40. 40. Apostolos Doxiadis, Christos Papadimitriou, Alecos Papadatos & Annie Di Donna, Logicomix: an Epic Search for Truth
  41. 41. Carol Lay,The Big Skinny
  42. 42. Jess Fink,Chester 5000 XYV
  43. 43. A selection ofChristian tracts fromJack T. Chick comics
  44. 44. Scott McCloud,Understanding Comics Reinventing Comics Making Comics
  45. 45. fromScott McCloud,Making Comics
  46. 46. David Raw,Drawing Silence
  47. 47. How to read comics
  48. 48. we readpictures
  49. 49. closure
  50. 50. A picture can tell a story
  51. 51. Picture + Picture = Comics
  52. 52. Pictures + Words = Comics
  53. 53. WILL EISNERComics & Sequential Art
  54. 54. Jim WoodringFrank
  55. 55. John Byrne
  56. 56. JamesPannafino,TypographicComics
  57. 57. Dave Sim & Gerhard, Cerebus
  58. 58. Dave Sim & Gerhard, Cerebus
  59. 59. Pictures can be like words
  60. 60. MIWA UEDA, Peach Girl
  61. 61. Words can be likepictures
  62. 62. DAVE SIM & GERHARD, Cerebus
  63. 63. GOSCINNY & UDERZO, Asterix the Legionary
  64. 64. Chris WareJimmy Corrigan:Smartest Kid on Earth
  65. 65. Art and Communication
  66. 66. Scott McCloud, Understanding Comics
  67. 67. James Kochalka, The Horrible Truth About Comics
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