Scott Thill: '“Anyone who loves comics and sees them as a vital art form capable of telling unique and challenging stories must recognize that [the industry's] business corpse has to be put out of its misery so a new one can be built,” said Pizzolo, a publisher and filmmaker who has been busy engineering the transmedia spine that will take comics into the future' ...
Noah J Nelson: "Waid has begun remaking comics for iPads and similar gizmos. These stories use simpler pictures and bigger text that read well on any size screen. He’s found new storytelling tricks: like captions that shift over a static piece of art."
Trigonis: "Tyler has recently unveiled to the world Whiz!Bam!Pow!, a transmedia product that unfolds parts of its story through a serialized novelette and a radio show, with even more looming on the horizon to further develop a story that brilliantly blends together the Golden Age of Comics with the pangs and pitfalls of our own Modern Age" ...
Irrespective of whatever differences they may have, Grant Morrison and Alan Moore, what they do have in common is that they are both British luminaries of comics with a keen interest in esoterica and magic. More than that, they both pursue theories of a meta-fictional cosmology that has threads running through all of reality.
In a world before comics shops and subscriptions, my generation would grab whatever was available to us on the spin-racks at the local drug store -- there was not yet a canon (fan or academic) to tell us what we were supposed to read.
It sounds like a dream job – getting paid to read comics and take notes. Very few ever get such a chance. Peter Sanderson did, twice, first working as a research assistant for DC for a little project that turned into Crisis on Infinite Earths.
"Comics try to imitate movies to such a degree that we end up doing second-rate movies in our comics instead of first-rate comics. We abandon useful storytelling tools just because they aren't cinematic enough."
[Serves as an interesting discussion on crafting each story for the strengths of its platform.]
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