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The education of a comics artist : visual narrative in cartoons, graphic novels, and beyond

Author: Michael Dooley; Steven Heller
Publisher: New York : Allworth Press : School of Visual Arts, ©2005.
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Genre/Form: History
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Education of a comics artist.
New York : Allworth Press : School of Visual Arts, c2005
(OCoLC)607672620
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Dooley; Steven Heller
ISBN: 1581154089 9781581154085
OCLC Number: 58050312
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxii, 265 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : The most popular course in art school / Steven Heller --
Foreword : What's so funny about comics (and understanding)? / Michael Dooley --
Section I The comics field : Magazine cartoons : Cartoons at The New Yorker / Bob Mankoff --
Wednesday "look day" and the freelance magazine cartooner / R.C. Harvey --
In praise of offensive cartoons / Paul Krassner --
Editorial cartoons : Stop them damned pictures / Ben Sargent --
Interview : The obligation to be honest / Tony Auth --
Caricature : biting the face that feeds you / Steve Brodner --
Political comics : Learning from the political cartoon / Paul Buhle --
Launching World War 3 / Peter Kuper --
Interview : My new distribution technique is unstoppable / David Rees --
Comic strips : Comics vérité / Stan Mack --
Interview : Gut feelings and waves of intuition / Mark Alan Stamaty --
Interview : Zippy, my alter ego / Bill Griffith --
Interview : Sylvia, my role model / Nicole Hollander --
Kids' and teens' comics : Katy Keene : forgotten comic icon / Teal Triggs --
How I learned to stop worrying and love Archie Andrews / Jessica Abel --
A passion for Top Cat / Barbara McClintock --
Action/adventure comics : Superhero artists of the twenty-first century : origins / Arlen Schumer --
Interview : The first rule : there are no rules / Jim Steranko --
Interview : Illuminating the darkness / Barron Storey --
Interview : Learning to get "real" / Bill Sienkiewicz --
Interview : The need to do something different / Dave McKean --
Interview : The whole-brained approach / David Mack --
Alternative comics : The education of an editor / Monte Beauchamp --
Interview : Arranging sights and ideas / Gary Panter --
Learning from the master / David Sandlin --
The birth of Leviathan / Peter Blegvad --
Interview : What's the "big idea"? / Mark Newgarden --
Graphic novels : Interview : Revelations of a pluralist / Chip Kidd --
Interivew : Acme graphic novelties / Chris Ware --
Interview : A novel graphic / Art Spiegelman --
Interview : Memoir of a revolution / Marjane Satrapi --
Interview : Out of the inkwell / Kim Deitch --
Interview : The power of old-fashioned storytelling / Rick Geary --
Career tips for control freaks / Ho Che Anderson --
Miscellany : Interview : The education of an educational comics artist / Leonard Rifas --
Mini-comics : comics' secret lifeblood / Tom Spurgeon --
Fort Thunder : a comics' art collective / Dan Nadel --
The European comic book industry : a guided tour / Bart Beaty --
Manga in America, Manga in Japan / Bill Randall. Section II Widening the field : Comics in art and illustration : Interview : That old time religion / Elwood Smith --
Interview : Representational art to the forefront / Robert Williams --
Section III Education Illustrated : Dan James --
Nicholas Blechman --
David Heatley --
Rick Meyerowitz --
Section IV The comics profession : The business of comics : Surviving the convention circuit / Heidi MacDonald --
Popularizing the comics / Todd Hignite --
Growing pains / Eric Reynolds --
The creation of comics : Bring out the dead! / Craig Yoe --
Street smarts / Colin Berry --
Write ways : an unruly anti-treatise / Dennis O'Neil --
Throwing the book at comic artists / Tim Kreider --
Common sense on giving offense : a brief guide to what you can get away with / Robert Fiore --
Contradictions of character / Ward Sutton --
What's love got to do with it? / Trina Robbins --
Section V Comics studies : Teaching comics : Interview / Gunnar Swanson --
The four tribes of comics / Scott McCloud --
Interview : Dedication, commitment, talent / Joe Kubert --
Some "contemptible" British students / Roger Sabin --
Interview / Joel Priddy --
To the heart of the medium / Will Eisner --
Lesson plans : The importance of teaching comics / Ted Stearn --
Portrait of a comics artist as a graphic designer / James Sturm --
Experimental comics in the classroom / Matt Madden --
Funnybook lit 101 / Rich Kreiner.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Dooley and Steven Heller.

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