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Making a Journal Comic
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Making a Journal Comic

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Comics are usually associated with superheroes and funny animals, but they can also be non-fiction stories about your life! …

Comics are usually associated with superheroes and funny animals, but they can also be non-fiction stories about your life!
This presentation shows several examples of how artists have approached autobiography. (James Kochalka, Tym Godek and John Porcellino)

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  • 1. Journal Comics can be about a moment in your day. From James Kochala’s webcomic, American Elf
  • 2. And they don’t have to be funny. From James Kochala’s webcomic, American Elf
  • 3. Or you can do a more poetic, impressionistic story about how you feel. From Tym Godek’s website, A Yellow Light
  • 4. SOURCES: Title Slide Image: http://ekirstein.wordpress.com/2011/08/04/dear-diary/ American Elf: http://www.americanelf.com/comics/americanelf.php?view =single&ID=41940 and http://www.americanelf.com/comics/americanelf.php?view =single&ID=41922 Tym Godek: http://www.ayellowlight.blogspot.com/2008/11/mostly- banal-steam.html King Cat # 72 By John Porcellino copyright 2011

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