The Brown Wedge helps with your comic education with Ivan Brunetti’s 22 Panels That Always Work, an instructive how to piece. Admittedly that one has a bit of a tongue it is cheek. This is possibly more useful, Wally Wood’s version of the same exercise. It is duller though. The suggestion, especially highlighted by Wally Wood’s piece, is that the comic artist has to have techniques for dealing with those dull writers who just have characters yakking on all they time. Comics aren’t necessarily about action after all, (no matter what certain early nineties artists would tell you). That said it is the combination between art and dialogue that is essential for the form. Too much static art and you start to ask yourself why its not just written as prose.
(Links nicked from Bugpowder who nicked ’em from somewhere else).

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