Will Eisner employs his 60 years of experience in comics to define the disciplines involved in comic art. Eisner discusses the principles of conveying story and narrative through the sophisticated combination of text and imagery. 200 illustrations.
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AAJD ACQUISITION action adventure Ancient Mariner animal-based ARTIST artwork audience began brilliant Caniff cartoonist character development comic books comic teller comics medium commonly accepted communication critical element daily delivery demonstrated easily identifiable electronic employ evoke exchange of dialogue experience film following sequence format gestures glittering eye graphic novel graphic storytelling happens Hero human imagery IMAGES AS NARRATIVE instantly interest JOSEPH CAMPBELL KAFKA language LITERACY Lynd Ward major Masereel modern graphic myths narrated NARRATIVE TOOLS newspaper newsstands novels without words Nuckel PARTICIPATE plot postures printing published READER AS ACTOR READER INFLUENCES reader is involved READER RETENTION recognition requires rhythm ROGER D SEQUENCE OF EVENTS SEQUENTIAL ART SHOCK AND READER Slice-Of-Life Story space speechlessness Static images stereotypical image Stories Told STORY MOMENTUM Story Telling storytelling skills strip style surprise the reader SYMBOLISTIC STORY symbols technology affected Telling Stories Totally Graphic Vertigo visual Wedding-Guest woodcut wordless WRITING