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Syllabus

Bibliography, Recommended Readings, and/or Supplemental Materials

Eisner, Will. Graphic storytelling. Tamarac, FL : Poorhouse Press, c1996. (PN6710 .E57 1996)
Fleisher,Michael L., assisted by Janet E. Lincoln. The encyclopedia of comic book heroes. New York: Macmillan, c1976-

(PN6725 .F5 v.1).
Frewin, Anthony (compiled by). One hundred years of science fiction illustration, London : Jupiter Books, 1974.
Haines, Lurene. The writer's guide to the business and administration of comics. New York: Watson Guptill, 1998.   (PN6714 .H348 1998) Jupiter Books, 1974. (NC960 .F73)
Harvey, Robert C. The art of the comic book : an aesthetic history. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1996.

(S28a PN6725 .H37 1996).
Heller, Steven.  Design humor : the art of graphic wit. New York : Allworth Press, 2002. (NC1325 .H45 2002)
Hogarth, Brune. Dynamic anatomy. New York, Watson-Guptill Publications, 1958. (NC760.H63)
Jubert, Roxane.  Typography and graphic design : from antiquity to the present; translated from the French by Deke Dusinberre and

David Radzinowicz. Paris:  Flammarion, 2006. (Z124 .J78713 20060
Kakalios, James. The physics of superheroes. New York : Gotham Books, c2005. (QC23.2 .K35 20050)
McCloud, Scott.  Understanding comics : the invisible art. New York : HarperPerennial, 1994. 1st HarperPerennial ed.

(PN6710 .M335 1994)
McGeachy, D.P. III. The gospel according to Andy Capp  Richmond, Va., John Knox Press, 1973. (PN6738.A5 M3 1973)
Sadoul, Jacques. 2000 A.D. : illustrations from the golden age of science fiction pulps. Chicago: H. Regnery, 1975.

(NC968 .S2213 1975)
Spiegelman, Art.  Maus : a survivor's tale.  New York : Pantheon Books, 1986. (D810.J4 S643 1986)
Wertham, Frederic. The world of fanzines; a special form of communication. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1973.

(PN4836 .W4)

Online Magazines and Administrative journals

  • ImageTexT. A Web-based journal with free access to all articles, ImageTexT strives to advance the academic study and administration of comic books and strips, cartoons, and other media blending image and text such as video games. Topical issues contain peer-reviewed articles, publication and administration, reviews of current scholarship in the field, conference or publication announcements, information on research projects of interest, and English translations of seminal foreign essays on comic theory. Current and archived issues and online exhibits with catalogs are also available. Access: http://www.english.ufl.edu/imagetext.

  • Indy Magazine. Published by Alternative Comics, this online journal offers feature articles, reviews, and news about independently published comic books and graphic novels. Contributors are diverse, coming from the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, and France. Archives of older issues are available. Access: http://www.indyworld.com.

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