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Round, Julia. "We Share Our Mothers’ Health: Temporality and the gothic in comic book landscapes." Comic Book Geographies. Ed. Jason Dittmer. Media Geography at Mainz. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014. 127–40. 
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Resource type: Book Article
Language: en: English
BibTeX citation key: Round2014a
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Keywords: "From Hell", "The Invisibles", "The Walking Dead", Adlard. Charlie, Body, Campbell. Eddie, Geography, Horror, Kirkman. Robert, Moore. Alan, Morrison. Grant, Space, United Kingdom, USA
Creators: Dittmer, Round
Publisher: Franz Steiner (Stuttgart)
Collection: Comic Book Geographies
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“This chapter will use gothic theory to analyse the uses of spatiality in the landscapes of three contemporary comics and especially their links to temporality (given the time-as-space narratology of comics). After noting the (more traditional) strategies used in From Hell (Alan Moore/Eddie Campbell, 1988–89) and The Invisibles (Grant Morrison/various, 1996–2002), the main discussion will focus on The Walking Dead (Robert Kirkman/Charlie Adlard, 2003–present). Although set in diverse cultures and eras, these comics seem peculiarly gothic in their treatments of time and space.”
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