Two Missing Comics Responses.

Here are two comics; the first, a sample of what my own ‘coming of age graphic narrative’

 

Two Missing Comics Responses.

May 14, 2013 in Comic Response #2: Decoupage/Collage/Adaptation, Comic Response #3: Book Review

Here are two comics; the first, a sample of what my own ‘coming of age graphic narrative’ would look like, the other is my review of Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home in which her father stumbles upon a copy of the book in the afterlife, much to his displeasure.Comics( for some reason I couldn’t get the machine to email me these comics in any format besides this…). In fact, the only formats it would allow were adobe related. Any how, I hope you enjoy them aside from their lateness. Also, they are colored in blue/black pen, I don’t know why the scanner didn’t pick up the color. I struggle with technology

Black Hole

May 13, 2013 in Comic Response #3: Book Review

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I’m Sorry

May 13, 2013 in Comic Response #2: Decoupage/Collage/Adaptation

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Comic Response 3: Review of Jimmy Corrigan

May 13, 2013 in Comic Response #3: Book Review

Comic Response 3 Jimmy Corrigan

Comic Response #4

May 12, 2013 in Comic Response #4: Literary Analysis

I read you’re email today and had a gut sinking feeling that my post didn’t actually upload…

When I came online to check I found out that it was saved as a draft… Sorry about that.

 

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Race, Clothing, and Family Lineage

May 6, 2013 in Comic Response #4: Literary Analysis

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My fourth and final graphic narratives comic response.  I will be using this as a rough outline of my final essay for the class, comparing both Shortcomings and Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth.  Enjoy!

Comic Response 4: Analysis – Eliza in Black Hole

May 5, 2013 in Comic Response #4: Literary Analysis

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Comic Response#4 Close Reading to Black Hole

May 5, 2013 in Comic Response #4: Literary Analysis

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Not So Fun Home

May 3, 2013 in Comic Response #3: Book Review

A summarizing review of Fun Home by Alison Bechdel, highlighting the strongest images that embody the journey Alison goes on regarding her relationship with her father and her sexuality.

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Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

May 2, 2013 in Comic Response #4: Literary Analysis

The depth of the conversation regarding the cover of the book sparked my interest into the connection between the interpretation of the cover and Ben’s own struggle to see past the surface of the women with whom he is involved. The analysis took a turn into the possible investigation of how deeply he views himself considering how shallow he is when he looks at, talks about and even interacts women. Does he see himself and the other women as real people with depth or is he just fixated on the fact that he is an Asian American man with an Asian American woman and he is getting bored?

 

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