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99 ways to tell a story : exercises in style

Author: Matt Madden
Publisher: New York : Chamberlain Bros., 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A series of one-page comics that tell the same story in a variety of ways.
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Genre/Form: Literature
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Madden, Matt.
99 ways to tell a story.
New York : Chamberlain Bros., 2005
(OCoLC)607867576
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matt Madden
ISBN: 1596090782 9781596090781
OCLC Number: 62213239
Description: 206 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Template --
Monologue --
Subjective --
Upstairs --
A refrigerator with a view --
Voyeur --
Sound effects --
Emanata --
Inventory --
How-to --
Welcome to "exercises in style" --
Retrograde --
Tense --
Flashback --
Déjá Vu --
Unreliable narrator --
Dailies --
Political cartoon --
Photocomic --
Underground comic --
Manga --
War exercise --
Exercises in love --
Fantasy --
Plan 99 from outer space --
High noon --
Police procedural --
Humor comic --
Furry --
One panel --
Thirty panels --
Plus one --
Etcetera --
Opposites --
Reframing --
Inking outside the box --
Palindrome --
Anagram I --
Anagram II --
After Rodolphe Töppfer --
A newly discovered fragment of the Bayeux tapestry --
What happenns when the ice truk comes to Hogan's Alley --
Exorcise in style --
Dynamic constraint --
Ligne Claire --
Superhero --
Map --
ROYGBIV --
Exercises of a rarebit fiend --
Esk her size and style --
Homage to Jack Kirby --
Exercises in closure --
Public service announcement --
Paranoid religious tract --
Cento --
Two-in-one --
Digital --
Graph --
In case of exercises in style --
Storyboard --
Brought to you by --
Calligram --
No pictures --
Personification --
The next day --
Nested stories --
Overheard in a bar --
Happy couple --
Unhappy couple --
A life --
Around the world --
The critic --
Evolution --
Creationism --
A lifetime to get to the refrigerator --
Actor's studio I --
Actor's studio II --
Horizontal --
Vertical --
Extreme close-ups --
Long shots --
Extreme zoom --
Things are queer --
Isometric projection --
Our house --
One horizon --
Too much text --
No line --
Silhouette --
Minimalist --
Maximalist --
Fixed point in space --
Fixed point in time --
What's wrong with this comic? --
Different text --
Different images --
No refrigerator --
No Jessica --
No Matt.
Other Titles: Ninety-nine ways to tell a story :
Responsibility: Matt Madden.
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