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An educational web series that teaches the art of graphic storytelling, also known as “Comics.”
An educational web series that teaches the art of graphic storytelling, also known as “Comics.”
An educational web series that teaches the art of graphic storytelling, also known as “Comics.”
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Seven Influential Comics

While we're waiting for our DVD proof to come back, here's a look at frame grabs from an "Interlude" that's exclusive to the Graphic Storytelling DVD.

In an 18 minute sequence, P. Craig Russell talks in-depth about seven comics stories that had a major influence on him as a young creator. 

And the first person who can name all seven stories AND creators gets a "No-Prize!" ; )

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    1. Miles T on

      My final list:
      1. Bernard Krigstein: "Master Race" from EC's Impact #1 (April 1955).
      2. Bernard Krigstein: "The Flying Machine" from Weird Science -Fantasy #23 (1954).
      3. Will Eisner: "Plaster of Paris" The Spirit (Nov 1948).
      4. Jim Steranko: "At the Stroke of Midnight" from Tower of Shadows #1 (September 1969).
      5. Carl Barks: "Only a Poor Old Man" from Uncle Scrooge (1952).
      6. Dan Adkins: "The Day After Doomsday" from EERIE # 8, (1967).
      7. Barry Windsor-Smith: "The Black Hound of Vengeance" from Conan the Barbarian #20 (1972).
      :)