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Three of his paths, however, are of particular interest to anyone who wants to know how the Internet will affect both our lives and the livelihoods of future artists. Understanding Comics, with its brilliant how-to guide on marrying image and language, has become an indispensable reference for many Web designers. Now McCloud returns the favor by focusing on how the digital revolution will influence production, delivery, and the art form of comics itself. Informative without being pedantic, controversial without being argumentative, and always entertaining, this is both a worthy sequel to the author's brilliant original and a work that opens up the potential for an entirely different direction for sequential art in the realm of cyberspace. --John Longenbaugh
Comics have always been an under-appreciated art form. Survival, in this day and age of mondo-entertainment, where nary a second is left to find a way to boredom, comics are a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kaycee Kendall
The history of comics in magnificent cartoons. Very inspiring.Published 8 months ago by G. Trialonis
I did not find anything new here that would drive a reinvention of comics.Published 8 months ago by Lukman
I should have bought this book and its trilogy years ago. As a longtime comic book fan, I appreciated the power of comics, but the scholarly research was often from people outside... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ck
I have 3 of Scott McCloud's books related to comics and sequential art and they are all top notch quality. Read morePublished 18 months ago by J. K. Porcher
ordered as a gift for our son who loves to draw
he references the book a lot
Thanks for rapid shipment