7 edition of Comics: anatomy of a mass medium found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Reinhold Reitberger [and] Wolfgang Fuchs.|
|Contributions||Reitberger, Reinhold, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||PN6710 .F813 1972b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
|ISBN 10||0289703190, 0289702666|
|LC Control Number||73161975|
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In “Comics: Anatomy of a Mass Medium,” Reinhold Reitberger and Wolfgang Fuchs examine the history of comics from the earliest newspaper strips through modern comic books. This volume is, in many ways, the first textbook to take this medium seriously and is a good follow-up to Coulton Waugh’s study, simply titled “The Comics.”/5(3).
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Comics. English Title Comics; anatomy of a mass medium [by] Reinhold Reitberger [and] Wolfgang Fuchs. [Translated from the German by Nadia Fowler. Format Book Edition 1st American ed.] Published Boston, Little, Brown  Description p. Anatomie eines Massenmediums (Comics, anatomy of a mass medium, ) and Comics-Handbuch (Comics handbook, ).
The book was the first standard work in German on comics as an art form. It was translated to several languages, and appeared in the United States. Fuchs participated in Maurice Horn's The World Encyclopedia of Comics, the Who.
Comics studies (also comic(s) art studies, sequential art studies or graphic narrative studies) is an academic field that focuses on comics and sequential gh comics and graphic novels have been generally dismissed as less relevant pop culture texts, scholars in fields such as semiotics, aesthetics, sociology, composition studies and cultural studies are now re.
Comics is a medium used to express narratives or other ideas through images, usually combined with text. It typically takes the form of a sequence of panels of images. Textual devices such as speech balloons, captions, and onomatopoeia can indicate dialogue, narration, sound effects, or other information.
The size and arrangement of panels contribute to narrative pacing. Wolfgang J. Fuchs was a German journalist and writer, best known as the co-author of 'Anatomie eines Massenmediums' ('Anatomy of a Mass Medium', ) and 'Comics-Handbuch' ('Comics Manual', ), along with Reinhold Reitberger.
Both works were the first standard works on the subject of comics in the German language and were translated as well. A list of book-length, general studies on the history and criticism of the comics form. Individual book entries may include the book's Table of Contents, on-site reviews, printed or online review citations, links to on-line information, and more.
For other. Wolfgang J. Fuchs, who with Reinhold Reiter co-wrote an early comics history, died back on Jan. 20 in Munich, at age Fuchs and Reitberger's book COMICS: ANATOMY OF A MASS MEDIUM was the first book on comics I was able to get my hands on when an American paperback edition came out.
From Comic Strips to Comic Books: Inthe comic world was about to change; the arrival of the first comic book was a surprise to all, and the eventual success is now truly history. Publishers at Eastern Comics: Anatomy of a Mass Medium.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, If you look at the history of comics, particularly at the turn of the 20th century, you’ll see how they became a successful mass medium through new reproductive technologies. History can be experienced visually as well as textually, and comics embrace that duality.
InReinhold Reitberger and Wolfgang Fuchs noted, in Comics: Anatomy of a Mass Medium, “[s]o as not to offend or annoy any citizen, sex, violence, social problems – in short all controversial matter – are brushed under the carpet” ().
They. Anatomy of a mass medium () and comics manual (). He also worked on Maurice Horn’s The World Encyclopedia of Comics, The Who’s Who of American Comic Books (Jerry Bales / Hames Ware, –, 4 volumes) and the film notebook /79 with /75 he was a member of the editorial staff of the magazine Peanuts.
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Which is, surprisingly, not too far off from what comics sell through the direct market today. So sales have certainly slipped from the heyday of the “golden age,” when comics were truly a mass medium, but maybe the fall hasn’t been as far or as dramatic in recent decades than popular thinking : Jason Shayer.
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