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Transcript of Graphic Novels
A graphic novel is...
History of graphics that tell a story
Comics in the '60's
collection of shorter stories
marvel/dc comics (forerunners)
static characters; good vs. evil
1980's Graphic Novels
various topics; political, social etc.
different kinds of characters (not just superheros)
1970's graphic novels
first time in print with graphic novel on the cover
developing plot lines; experimenting beyond good vs. evil
using more mood/tone
1. What skills do you need in order to read a graphic novel?
2. Cultural diversity makes a difference on how a graphic novel is created
and read in what ways?
3. What appeal do graphic novels hold for people around the world?
a fictional (or non-fictional) work that tells a story using sequential art and dialogue. The reader must use inference to comprehend the story.
1066 Bayeux Tapestry depicting the Norman Conquest
1519 Aztec depiction of 8 Deer Tiger Claw
1990's Graphic Novels
Current graphic novels
Yun Mi-kyung is manhwa artist.
Manhwa refers to cartoonists and artists that live in S.Korea.
S. Korea has become one of the leading producers of graphic novels in the world.
shift to lighter humor
reaching a wider audience
mass production and distribution
colored, black & white
experimental mediums (computers vs. hand drawn)
graphic novel vocabulary
Asian countries rising in the industry
black & white
most are read back to front
Cave Drawings from the Ice Age