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Three Panel Comic Journal By Isometric Robot
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Three Panel comic journal for those that think in three panels! Sum your day up in a few drawings in a perfect bound book.
There are two comic book panels on p.76 By Todd Van Buskirk
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A panel is an individual frame, or single drawing, in the multiple-panel sequence of a comic strip or comic book. A panel consists of a single drawing depicting a frozen moment. The word panel may... More > also refer to a cartoon consisting of a single drawing; the usage is a shortened form of "single-panel comic". In contrast to multi-panel strips, which may involve extended dialogue in speech balloons, a typical panel comic has only one spoken line, printed in a caption beneath the panel itself. Comic layout is just as important as the storyline. It traditionally assures the smooth transition of panels but artists are investigating structural properties of comics, not just their look but more fundamental features, such as the integration of word and image on the visual plane, and the emphasis on narrative and strategies for visualizing it in the space of the page.< Less
SPX 2004 Sketchbook (Fortune and 4-Panel Edition) By Lulu Comic Subversives
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A contributor-based sketchbook from Small Press Expo '04. All royalties go to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and ACTOR. Contributors include: Mike Mignola, Scott White, Jennie Breeden, Gus... More > Fink, Bill Roundy, Joe Komenda, Duane Ballenger, Jim Coon, Jef Rowland, Phillip Karlsson, Toby Craig, Todd Webb, Jon Rosenberg, R Stevens, Eric Remer, Jef Czekaj, Eric Knisley, Stephanie Freese, Angie Bantel, and Justin Gammon.< Less
Apocalypse Cow: 1 Panel Comics from Down Under By Matt Cowens
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A collection of one panel comics by New Zealand high school teacher and writer Matt Cowens (co-author of Mansfield with Monsters). Contains some adult themes but nothing too racy.
Four Panels | A Prayer Pups Compilation By Jeffrey Smith
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Millions of Christians around the world have discovered Prayer Pups Christian Comics, a daily comic strip created just for them, featuring five little dogs who try to live their lives in a way that... More > is faithful to God’s principles. Funny for children and thought-provoking for adults, Prayer Pups is an exciting new way to experience the Word of God...and to share it with others.< Less
Four Panels | A Prayer Pups Compilation By Jeffrey Smith
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Millions of Christians around the world have discovered Prayer Pups Christian Comics, a daily comic strip created just for them, featuring five little dogs who try to live their lives in a way that... More > is faithful to God’s principles. Funny for children and thought-provoking for adults, Prayer Pups is an exciting new way to experience the Word of God...and to share it with others.< Less
Pints and Panels 2010 Review Roundup By M. Sauter
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The best of my 2010 beer reviews. 42 of my favorite reviews all in one handy little reference guide. Makes a wonderful present for the beer lover in your life.
Pints and Panels 2010 Review Roundup By M. Sauter
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The best of my 2010 beer reviews. 42 of my favorite reviews all in one handy little reference guide. Makes a wonderful present for the beer lover in your life.
four Pages, Fifty Panels, A Chicken and a Garbage Truck By Max Estes (Editor)
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A comics anthology of strange proportions. Each cartoonist was tasked with the job of creating a four page comic that was no longer and no shorter than four pages (and fifty panels). Their comics had... More > to include both a garbage truck and a chicken somehow.< Less
four Pages, Fifty Panels, A Chicken and a Garbage Truck By Max Estes (Editor)
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A comics anthology of strange proportions. Each cartoonist was tasked with the job of creating a four page comic that was no longer and no shorter than four pages (and fifty panels). Their comics had... More > to include both a garbage truck and a chicken somehow.< Less