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Paris Review - The Art of Comics No. 2, Chris Ware
The Paris Review is a literary magazine featuring original writing, art, and in-depth interviews with famous writers.
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Designing Lives and Building Stories, Chris Ware’s Comic Book Epic | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
In Building Stories, cartoonist Chris Ware presents the banality of everyday life as a stunning comic epic
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Stripped: Chris Ware - Comics, A Working Class Art Form — The Beat
Introduced as the laureate of graphic literature, the much celebrated Chris Ware booked a sell out event at a major literary festival, speaking about our fictional bubble lives, his superheroic beginnings, and his hopes and fears for the medium.
Comics  Beat 
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Owlturd deleted the very funny "self-dramatising" cartoon because it could be considered "ablist". Self-censorship much? Or an acceptance that privilege shouldn't be given ammo?
comics  censorship  privilege  disability  mentalhealth 
11 hours ago by rjsh
The Journey to Wakanda: Afrofuturism and Black Panther
Black Panther and his homeland of Wakanda represent a sub-genre of science fiction celebrating African scientific prowess, commonly called Afrofuturism.
Comics  ComicsAlliance 
yesterday by thx1138
The Politics of Marvel's Black Panther
Marvel’s most important black superhero has evolved a lot over 50 years. The Black Panther has gone from being an under-utilized figure in the background of Avengers group shots to arguably being the most fearsome strategist in the Marvel Universe. His elevation to Marvel’s top tier is a fascinating meta-story.
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yesterday by thx1138
The religion of Black Panther (T'Challa)
The religious affiliation (religion) of T'Challa, a.k.a., Black Panther of the Fantastic Four, a comic book character. T'Challa is an adherent of African indigenous religion and he is the leader of the Black Panther Cult.
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yesterday by thx1138
On Green Arrow, by Mike W. Barr and Trevor Von Eeden (1983) | Sequart Organization
Any amount of risible super-pirate Cap’n Lash is far, far too much, and there are five pages and more of the wretched character in writer Mike W. Barr and artist Trevor Von Eeden’s 1983 mini-series…
Comics  Sequart 
yesterday by thx1138
Review: Django Unchained #2 — The Beat
First issues are easy – it’s the second issue where you get the proper measure of where a story is going, how it’ll play out, and what the style is going to be like. Of course, that isn’t really the case when you’re reviewing a comic which adapts a movie and follows the plot of the film very closely
Comics  Beat 
yesterday by thx1138

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