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    Over the past couple of weeks I have read two graphic novels. Both conveying very different panels, colors, and etc. After I read both novels I then made a graphic novel of my own. I was inspired to make a graphic novel about bullying because of how Demi lovato overcame bullying in highschool. I was bullied too unfountraley, so her story inspired me to create a graphic novel about how I was impacted by bullying and how I overcame it too. The main ideas of my graphic novel was to portray panels of me in my feelings or other emotions. I would zoom into the character to show the emotion in there face, which could help the reader have a better understanding of how I felt. The bullies in the graphic novel body expression and facial expression were…

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    Literature review carefully examines with respect to graphical novels of sub-genres and importance of visual presentation in graphic novels. Partially a few of references are studying the psychology of children with traumatic experience in which are used further to develop Katarina Muroaka as a believable and real character. Other references are studying target audience of Horror themed graphic novels, popularity and iconic influences of graphic novels and power of visuals in comparison to text…

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    reach the revered level of Shakespeare, graphic novels are undoubtedly making a name for themselves as they carve out a place in literature. Frank Miller plays a large role in beginning the graphic novel revolution when he creates a new…

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    Comics, graphic novels and manga can tie generations together, can start a trend or a give a group of friends a place just to hang out. And the store that houses them can make a difference. Going into a mainstream store as opposed to a smaller-in the hole-comics/graphic novel store is a bit different. For instance, you really have to dig deep within the comic locator or friends of friends to find these small-tucked in the corner of nowhere-places. The mainstream bookstore that I went to was…

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    “Persepolis” is considered a graphic novel and it is written and drawn up by the author,Marjane Satrapi, herself. This form of writing by Marjane Satrapi does in fact enhance the understanding of the novel and the culture because the book is told from her childhood perspective and we can get a glimpse of what was her thoughts during this certain time period. Also, based on how on how the pictures were drawn one can get a certain feel for the book. In the 1980’s, Satrapi was sent to…

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    The graphic novel Maus is an ingenious piece of literature through its usage of illustrations along with text. The co-relation between the text and images is so steadfast that one could only look at the pictures and understand the message the author is trying to get across. There are many instances as such when we can “read” the pictures and understand the meaning, specifically page thirty-three is a great example. Page thirty-three communicates to the reader the messages of hate, oppression and…

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    A graphic novel is a type of literature that provides the reader with a completely different reading experience than a traditional novel. This summer I read This One Summer, wriiten by Jillian Tamaki Graphic novels appeal to many people for the reason that they are easier to follow. For people who have a hard time focusing on a traditional novel or for younger children, illustrations can help the reader to follow along with the plot and collect the details that the author is trying to convey to…

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    Bring Graphic Novels to the High School Students In recent decades, graphic novels have been so popular in adolescent students that they have long completed the transformation from a form of recreational reading material to a form of a genre of literature. Some high schools even start to use them as necessary educational tool in classroom. Bring graphic novels into high school curriculums to support teacher education is a highly charged issue and has been debated in a long time. In…

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    When making my Bitstrip I had to keep in mind the five conventions of graphic novels. The five conventions are: inference, time, space, lines and colour. In my comic I used three out of the five conventions of graphic novels. The three conventions I used in my bitstrip was time, lines and inference. I addressed time in my bitstrip by making some squares lager then others because more time had gone by till the next square. In my comic, lines were used to show that Hamlet was mad when he had saw…

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    an “unfilmable” (Van Ness 172) graphic novel: Alan Moore’s Watchmen. Moore was a firm believer in the fact that it was a story unable to be transferred over from a comic to another medium – the story was meant to stay in the medium it was designed for. The graphic novel allows for a complex, metatextual narrative structure to be employed to tell such the story of Watchmen that is filled with much ambiguity. In comparison, the theatrical cut film adaptation of Watchmen cut much of the storyline…

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