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Duffy, Damian and John Jennings, eds. Out of Sequence: Underrepresented voices in american comics. Seattle: Univ. of Washington Press, 2009. 
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Resource type: Book
Language: en: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9781883015428
BibTeX citation key: Duffy2009b
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Categories: General
Keywords: Canon, Collection of essays, Exhibition catalogue, USA
Creators: Duffy, Jennings
Publisher: Univ. of Washington Press (Seattle)
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Abstract
Out of Sequence is an exploration of the question: what are comics? It is a declaration of the diversity of sequential art in the United States, diversity not just of creators, but also of content and form. It is a broad survey of women, small press, minority, independent, gay and lesbian, self-published, mini, underground, web, and/or gallery comics creators, featuring the work of 70 artists.

Table of Contents

Kathleen Harleman: Acknowledgments (8)

Damian Duffy and John Jennings: Introduction (9)

Shaenon K. Garrity: Comics Grow Up (25)
Jerry Craft: My Life in Comics (41)
Brian Wood: Writing Comics (51)
Trina Robbins: Women in Comics (57)
Damian Duffy: Words Can Be Pictures and Pictures Can Be Words (75)
Robert C. Harvey: Gus Arriola’s Gordo (99)
Daniel F. Yezbick: No Color Comics?: Ruminations and Confessions of a Multicultural Fanboy (111)

Exhibition Checklist (140)
Artists, Lenders, Funders, and Staff (150)


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