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Baetens, Jan: "From Black & White to Color and Back. What Does It Mean (not) to Use Color?" In: College Literature 38.3 (2011), S. 111–128. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
Languages: English
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BibTeX citation key: Baetens2011
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Keywords: "Krazy Kat", "Tintin", Belgium, Color, Hergé, Herriman. George, Remi. Georges, USA
Creators: Baetens
Collection: College Literature
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This essay deals with the form and function of color in comics, a strongly undertheorized aspect of graphic storytelling. It makes a plea for a holistic approach of color, whose use cannot be separated from the system of narrative in general. From a methodological point of view, it focuses less on the opposition between black and white and color, which is difficult to maintain for in-depth analyses, than on the shift from one system to another. It discusses two main examples that in the 1930s have similarly undergone such a paradigm shift from the monochromatic to the multichromatic, one European (Hergé) and the other American (Herriman).
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