Early Writings on Visual Language
Emaki Productions, 2003 - 120 Seiten
This self-published book investigates the underlying structure of the "comic medium"? visual language. Doing so, it expands, refines, and lays the foundations for a bold new view on comics, language, and graphic communication.Collecting the earliest of Neil Cohn's theoretical writings in 120 pages, it covers the split between "comics" and "the comics medium," the boundaries between text and image, child visual language learning, and lots more. Special focus is also given to the importance of the sequential aspect of visual language. Thus, it includes a lengthy in-depth analysis of panel-to-panel relationships ? culminating in arguments against 'panel transitions' and the proposal of a new hierarchical "generative" analysis.
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