Author Archives: Troy Cooper

Words

I just wrote a blog post regarding the great importance that images have in comics. I began by acknowledging the futility in trying to nail down a firm definition that all comics’ creators and admirers can agree upon. I simply … Continue reading

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Images

In our class, there has been much discussion and debate surrounding the exact definition of what makes a comic a comic. Joseph Witek describes some criteria that others have imposed on the medium to describe the essence of comics citing … Continue reading

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Humor

    I am determined to write three hundred words about PAPERRAD’s comic entitled Bad. I just have no idea what to write about it. How can I possibly squeeze that much out of one comic? I don’t know, but … Continue reading

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Cheese: It’s whats for dinner.

I’d like to, if I may, defend a beloved work of Graphic Novel Literature that was sadly given far less than its due credit by our fearless leader, Professor Beaty, when considered in class: Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. … Continue reading

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