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If you’ve ever felt there must be something more to making comics than just copying drawing styles then this is the book for you.

Topics include:

  • Choosing the right moments—what to include, what to leave out.

  • Framing actions and guiding attention.

  • Choosing words and images that communicate together.

  • Creating varied and compelling characters with inner lives and unforgettable appearances.

  • Understanding body language and facial expressions.

  • Creating rich, believable worlds for your readers to explore.

  • Picking the tools that are right for you.

  • Navigating the world of styles and genres.


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If you are anything like me, then you love comics and may be just reading comics is not enough anymore.  I loved Scott McCloud's Understanding Comics and at this point in time I must admit have not read Reinventing Comics.  I am a purest when it comes to comics and enjoy it on paper and have still resisted technology for my sequential art fix, this book did a great job to open my eyes to the potential of Pictures and Words playing together on any method of desplay.   What is great about this...

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