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23Nov/113

Comic Studies: Comics and Trauma

Those of you that follow my ramblings on Twitter will know that I am currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Comic Studies. I'm enjoying it immensely! The first module is on Autobiographix and Documentary Comics.

I'm writing about my progression through the course, and what comic studies itself actually entails for Comic Book Resources, and the latest of my columns has just gone live. This week was about comics and trauma, looking closely at David B's Epileptic, and David Small's Stitches.

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Stitches by David Small

17Nov/110

Comic Studies: The Controversial Crumbs

Those of you that follow my ramblings on Twitter will know that I am currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Comic Studies. I'm enjoying it immensely! The first module is on Autobiographix and Documentary Comics.

I'm writing about my progression through the course, and what comic studies itself actually entails for Comic Book Resources, and the latest of my columns has just gone live. This week was about Issues of Gender, featuring the always controversial Robert Crumb and Aline Kominsky Crumb.

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The Controversial Crumbs

10Nov/110

Comic Studies: Documentary Comics

Those of you that follow my ramblings on Twitter will know that I am currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Comic Studies. I'm enjoying it immensely! The first module is on Autobiographix and Documentary Comics.

I'm writing about my progression through the course, and what comic studies itself actually entails for Comic Book Resources, and the latest of my columns has just gone live. This week was about documentary comics and journalism, featuring Joe Sacco's Palestine and Safe Area Goražde

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Riki - from Safe Area Goražde by Joe Sacco

 

7Nov/110

Comic Studies: Dundee Comics Day

Those of you that follow my ramblings on Twitter will know that I am currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Comic Studies. I'm enjoying it immensely! The first module is on Autobiographix and Documentary Comics.

I'm writing about my progression through the course, and what comic studies itself actually entails for Comic Book Resources, and last weekend I took a break to go to the Dundee Comics Day featuring guests Frank Quitely, John Wagner, Cam Kennedy and lots more.

Read me: Comic Studies: Dundee Comics DayFrank Quitely at Dundee Comics Day

All photos provided by my lovely photographer boyfriend, Jonathan Mayo.

 

3Nov/110

Comic Studies: Wartime Autobiographix

Those of you that follow my ramblings on Twitter will know that I am currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Comic Studies. I'm enjoying it immensely! The first module is on Autobiographix and Documentary Comics.

I'm writing about my progression through the course, and what comic studies itself actually entails for Comic Book Resources, and the latest of my columns has just gone live. This week we looked at wartime comics, focusing on Barefoot Gen by Keiji Nakazawa, and Art Spiegelman's Maus and In the Shadow of No Towers.

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Scene from In the Shadow of No Towers by Art Spiegelman

27Oct/110

Comic Studies: Frank Quitely on Multiversity, We3, Alan Moore and More

Those of you that follow my ramblings on Twitter will know that I am currently enrolled in a postgraduate degree in Comic Studies. I'm enjoying it immensely! The first module is on Autobiographix and Documentary Comics.

I'm writing about my progression through the course, and what comic studies itself actually entails for Comic Book Resources, and this week I also have a special edition covering Frank Quitely's guest talk - and he brought plenty of art to show us, including pages from the upcoming Multiversity series.

Read me: Comic Studies: Frank Quitely on Multiversity, We3, Alan Moore and More

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by Frank Quitely