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Review: The Aesthetics of ComicsUser Review - matt - Goodreads
Interesting and well researched, but limited in that it wants to make comic strips representative of the entire art form, among other strangely delimiting moves. Read full review
Review: The Aesthetics of ComicsUser Review - Goodreads
This book spent a lot of time preaching an attitude that I hope anyone interested in reading a book called "the aesthetics of comics" would already understand, and that is that comics are a worthwhile ...
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