Tom Hart guides viewers through each story in the 2000 page compilation of international, silent comics, "Comix 2000", published by L' Association in the year 2000. How do you make funny comics? How do you make up stories? Episode #6 of A WALK THROUGH COMIX 2000. I'm looking at each story one by one. This episode, #006 by Suzy AmakaneRead More
A walk through Comix 2000 with Tom Hart. This episode, Kalah AllenRead More
Tom Hart guides viewers through each story in the 2000 page compilation of international, silent comics, "Comix 2000", published by L' Association in the year 2000. This episode, #004 by Dario AdantiRead More
Continuing the WALK THROUGH COMIX 2000, this episode a delightful 3-page story by Peggy Adam
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Continuing the WALK THROUGH COMIX 2000, this episode a 5-page story by Filipe Abranches.Read More
This episode, a fun 4 page story by Jessica Abel, taking place in Mexico and feature an equal number of dead and alive people.
As always, we explore this in more depth, with an exercise, in the SAW Comix Flow Working Group, over here: https://learn.sawcomics.org/courses/comics-flow-group
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