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Kirtz, Jaime Lee: "Computers, Comics and Cult Status. A Forensics of Digital Graphic Novels." In: Digital Humanities Quarterly 8.3 (2014)<http://www.digitalhuman ... /8/3/000185/000185.html> (Zugriff: 30. März 2015) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: englisch
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BibTeX citation key: Kirtz2014
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Keywords: "Batman", "From Hell", "The Killing Joke", "Watchmen", Autorschaft, Bolland. Brian, Campbell. Eddie, Digitalisierung, Fankultur, Gibbons. Dave, Großbritannien, Materialität, Miller. Frank, Moore. Alan, Paratext, Schaffensprozess, Superheld, USA
Creators: Kirtz
Collection: Digital Humanities Quarterly
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Abstract
The digital era has become inundated with the idea of anonymity as on the Internet where users create avatars in forums and write without obvious material constraint; however when considering documents such as graphic novels and print fiction, the figure of the author remains a nostalgic figure which grants validity to the document. In classic comic book collections such as Watchmen and Batman: Year One by Alan Moore and Frank Miller, the original scripts by the authors are included in special editions in both print and Kindle format. But these “original” script pages are shrouded in forms of anonymity as they illustrate signs of digitization, either through scanning or during production and thus display various visual clues, such as errors, which relay levels of realness. Furthermore online versions of these script pages, found on fan website databases and authors’ blogs, are complicated by the anonymity the Internet and digital editions produce. Therefore a digital forensics methodology is used to interrogate these script pages in both print and digital format to create an ordering system for digitally manipulated text. It also endeavours to illustrate the possibilities for a forming digital forensics field by using various technical calculations and recreations of text with original software and hardware.
  
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