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Peppas, Mikhail und Sanabelle Ebrahim (Hrsg.): Framescapes. Graphic Narrative Intertexts. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Pr. 2016. (212 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-1-84888-448-9
BibTeX citation key: Peppas2016
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Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung
Creators: Ebrahim, Peppas
Publisher: Inter-Disciplinary Pr. (Oxford)
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Abstract
The graphic narrative – in merging text with image – showcases an experiential panorama of visceral emotions for the users. Central to the format are considerations about the place of the image story in history and location. Both the comic and the graphic novel appropriate and are appropriated by diverse media in the enactment of individual, social and cultural identity. Intermediality morphs literature into pictures, films into graphic fiction, images into frames, and incorporates a host of flexible production values linked to high/low graphic arts. The structure of the graphic novel, city imaging, food fetishes, autographics, parallel worlds, Superhero guises, character patterning and shifting identities are explored in the eclectic volume by a range of authors using multimodal devices to analyse the composition, reading and interpretation of graphic narratives. The unstoppable momentum of holistic literature promises a converged means of expression that transcends the separation of print, digital and screen while transporting the dialogue about comics into a central scenario of popular culture. Throughout, the story stands strong in parallel with the probing of key concepts such as boundary transgression, moral searching, and the predictiveness of ‘frame-casting’ that allows feedback between the comic book frame and the silhouette of the future city.

Table of Contents

Mikhail Peppas and Sanabelle Ebrahim: The Graphic Narrative, Heightened Versatility and Another Literature (vii)

I. The Graphic Narrative
Jonathan C. Evans: More than Simply a Flash of Colour: The True Rhetorical Power of Superhero Style (3)
Daniel Merlin Goodbrey: Images in Space: The Challenges of Architectural Spatiality in Comics (15)
Ryan Cadrette: S/Z in Panels: Adaptation, Polysemous Textuality and the Graphic Novel (31)
Louisa Buck: Defining the British Political Cartoon (39)
Amy Maynard: Bourdieu vs. Batman: Examining the Cultural Capital of the Dark Knight via Graphic Novels (51)
Julio Gutiérrez G-H: M, John J. Muth’s Adaptation of Lang’s Film: An Inference Bridge from Film to Comic (63)
John Harnett: Framing the Subconscious: Envisioning the Polysemic Narrative of the Graphic Novel as a Reference Point for Psychoanalytical and Semiotic Discourse (73)
Zainab Younus: (Re)Interpreting Dante’s Inferno in Gaiman’s Season of Mists (85)
Jayms Clifford Nichols: Comics on Screen: Pages and Places in the Cloud (93)
Finn Harvor: Alternative Graphic Fiction and the Web: Models of Creation and Models of Financial Viability (103)
Essi Varis: Something Borrowed: Interfigural Characterisation in Anglo-American Fantasy Comics (113)
Mikhail Peppas and Sanabelle Ebrahim: DNA (Deco Nouveau Afrique): Futurising Through an African Lens, Approaches to Comic Art (123)
Antonija Cavcic: From Dashing to Delicious: The Gastrorgasmic Aesthetics of Contemporary BL Manga (139)

II. Tooned In … Identity and Representations
Barbara Brownie and Danny Graydon: Negotiating Ordinariness and Otherness: Superman, Clark Kent and the Superhero Masquerade (153)
Eliza Albert-Baird: Travelling Through Time and Space: Influences of Travel on Identity in Carnet De Voyage and Persepolis (163)
Annie Burman: Identity and Idiolect: Code Switching as Identity Marker in Chris Claremont’s Uncanny X-Men and New Mutants (173)
Tamara El-Hoss: Maghrebian Diaspora and Immigrant Identity in Farid Boudjellal’s L’Oud: La Trilogie (185)
Marcel Fromme and Nils Zumbansen: ‘This is Chaos’: Boundary Transgressions within Batman: Year One and Arkham Asylum (193)
Leena Romu: Graphic Life Writing in Kaisa Leka’s I Am Not These Feet (203)


  
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