Comics and Sequential Art Topics for Discussion

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Why, ideally, should the author and artist creating a comic strip be one person?

How should separate writers and artists interact to produce a successful cartoon?

What are the emotional effects of looking down on a scene as opposed to looking up?

Why is a posture more difficult to portray than a gesture?

How does picturing an action differ from describing it?

Why is "meanwhile" the most frequently used word in comics?

How does the "splash" page function? What freedoms and liabilities does it put on the author and/or artist?

Do you consider the Hamlet series successful? What other "classics" could this technique apply to usefully?

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