The wife and I just finished binge watching of the second season of Orange in the New Black this weekend. (Yup, we got our money’s worth out of Netflix…this month at least.) And while calling anything “the new black” is an expression now well past its expiration date, I wanted to write a short post about […]
That’s right. I’m looking at you. I’m watching you watching me. How does it make you feel? Welcome, everyone, to a new BREAKING THE PAGE, where, in this edition, we’re going to delve deep into one of the most basic tools in the repertoire of the comic creator: The use of camera distance. […]
Steve Colle discusses the 9 methods of creating smooth transitions from scene to scene.
Welcome to our second BTP assessment, as this time we have sequential pages by Emmanuel Xerx, who has worked from a DAREDEVIL script written by Mark Waid and originally drawn by Paolo Rivera. These pages bring us the battle of the century between the Man Without Fear and the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America. […]
In this introductory piece to the column, I’d like to establish how I’ll be presenting my commentaries on the sequential art which will be displayed. Every page has something to like about it and I will say so, but then I will be breaking down everything I see that just doesn’t work. In the […]