DescriptionScott McCloud Understanding Comics Page 100 Original Art (Tundra, 1993). From Scott McCloud's ground-breaking and award-winning treatise on the mechanics of comics, this page deals with how time and space related to one another on a two-dimensional comic page. The work is a collegiate level break-down that explains how comics work, and how we perceive them. It's signed by McCloud in the bottom margin. Produced in ink over graphite and blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 13.5". The last panel on the page is a stat. Tanned, more so on the top and bottom margins, the page is otherwise in Excellent condition. From the Ray Zone Collection.
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