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The Droste Effect/Infinity Covers in Comic Books

The Droste effect (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdrɔstə]), known in art as an example of mise en abyme, is the effect of a picture recursively appearing within itself, in a place where a similar picture would realistically be expected to appear. This produces a loop which mathematically could … Continue reading

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Cosplay the Comic Book

Size Lessons in Comic Books

Size is Relative A story with the size lesson tries to teach the reader a lesson related to size in a literal sense. The lesson might be that what is big in one setting is small in another setting. Conversely … Continue reading

60+ Comic Book Catch Phrases

Aquaman – Great Neptune Banshee – Saints preserve us Batman – Criminals are a cowardly, superstitious lot. Batman – To the Bat-pole Robin Beast – Oh my stars and garters Captain America – Avengers Assemble Captain Marvel – Shazam Colossus … Continue reading

Comic Book Merged Humans

While working on my list of superpowers, one of the more interesting superpowers I added, that was not on my previous list of 150 superpowers, was the ability to merge human beings into a single being (power 99). Writing about … Continue reading

American Comic Books versus Japanese Manga

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List of Comic Book Titles

’68 ’76 ’93 Vampire Bikini Comic Calendar !mpact Christmas Special (After) Life in Gothland +EV (webcomic) Äardwolf 100 Bullets 100 Bullets Preview 100 Bullets Split Second Chance TPB Extras 100 Girls 100% 100% Biodegradable 100% True 1001 Arabian Nights Adventures … Continue reading

The 36 Stratagems as Portrayed in Comic Books

Introduction I first heard of The 36 Stratagems when I was working on a comic book story with Bruce Lee in 1974.  The story was eventually published in The Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #14 (see cover above).  Bruce Lee … Continue reading

Comic Book Review: The Stalker

This is a review of the brand new comic book The Stalker.  The writer is Bradley Potts, a newcomer and the seasoned artist, Trevor Von EEden (http://www.trevorvoneeden.com/).  Von Eeden has done art for various DC titles including Black Lightning, Batman, … Continue reading

What is the Best Free Online Comic Book Creator for Teachers?

The audience of this article is teachers that might want to integrate a comic book writing session into their language arts class. Captioner – A simple easy to use site that’s adds captions to your graphic files including photos.  I … Continue reading