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Warner, Marina: "Phew! Whaam! Aaargh! Boo!. Sense, Sensation, and Picturing Sound." In: The Soundtrack 1.2 (2008), S. 107–125.
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The artists who created the conventions of comic strip graphics invented a way of visualizing noise that no predecessors had attempted. Since Popeye first landed his fist to a resounding ‘Splat!’ or Batman and Captain America laid about them to accompanying sound effects, visualized noises have become a defining feature of this storytelling medium. This article explores the noises that material things make. In this article, Marina Warner offers insights on how sounds play a crucial part in defining the unique quality of objects, with reference to comics, Schwitters, Beckett, Dante and Tacita Dean.