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Moore, Alan: Writing For Comics. Bd. 1. Rantoul: Avatar, 2007. (47 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1-59291-012-2
BibTeX citation key: Moore2007
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Categories: General
Keywords: Aesthetics, Authorial poetics, Creative process, Instructional comic, Moore. Alan, United Kingdom
Creators: Moore
Publisher: Avatar (Rantoul)
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Abstract
Alan Moore, the creator of Watchmen, Miracleman, and more shares his thoughts on the craft of writing comics! The main essay was originally written in 1985 for an obscure British fanzine, just as Moore was reshaping the landscape of modern comics. Now Avatar brings it back in print, collected for the first time as one graphic novel [sic!], and heavily illustrated by Jacen Burrows. Alan Moore also provides a brand new essay on how his thoughts on writing have changed in the two decades since he wrote it. For fans of Moore’s work, new writers, or anyone interested in comics, this book is an indispensable and fascinating peak into the thoughts of one of the masters of comic book writing.

Table of Contents

1. The Basic Idea: Thinking about Comics (1)
2. Reaching the Reader: Structure, Pacing, Story Telling (10)
3. World Building, Place and Personality (20)
4. The Details: Plot and Script (28)

Afterwords (43)


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