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The fact is, Guido is a voyeur by nature. The above page is from Bianca. But yeah—Crepax is the master. I need to scan in Venus in Furs at some point. They need to bang. One of the things I still get a lot out of the old Rob Liefeld X-Force comics I read as a kid is how dynamic his pages were. There are sections of Valentina that are very much like Bianca in how they transition seamlessly through different narrative aniga. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Max Washington marked it as to-read Sep 26, Because these Liefeld comics use the same sort of power X-Y axis approach to their most dynamic pages.

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Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Now that is not always the case. Print This probably speaks a lot to my adoration of the Bianca stories—because they are the primacy of the image and the sequence. This stuff is pure comics.

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Wnita like it a lot. I created her to give myself a little more freedom[…] The structure of the Bianca stories is not homogenous, there is no real beginning and no real end. But I just sort of lock that Velvet Underground song in my head, and roll. One of the most effective things Liefeld does, and he does it a lot in these early X-Force issues is this sort of power vertical panel on the left side of the page, and then smaller vertical panels sort of falling up or down in parrallel.

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On pages like this—he kind of segments off a quarter of the vertical sides of one of his pages—in these instances the left side of the page—so the left side will have a longer vertical rectangle going down the side of the page—and then the right creepax of the page will have smaller panel sort of zig-zagging their way down the page—which creates a tension as a reader—because take the third page here as an example—I think your natural inclination even with the rule of speech bubble eye following IS to go down the vertical left section of the page like a scroll and THEN move back up to the top.

Published December 7th by Eurotica first published December Aug 02, K. Marcos Pereira marked it as to-read Dec 16, This page is fantastic.

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Paperback48 pages. I love that kind of thing. Also I think the bisected single image is one of the more beautiful things in comics.

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The other great thing on this page is the two heads in the middle of the page, and how they bubble up and mesh with the third panel right above them—you sort of ooze down the hair to the one head—and then back to the left. Trivia Ceepax Anita Live: Jordan marked it as to-read Oct 11, Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.


I mean it should exist even more in western comics, given how compressed the action in our comics is. Top Reviews Aniita recent Top Reviews. Not better or worse. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This probably speaks a lot to my adoration of the Bianca stories—because they are the primacy of the image and the sequence.

Print This speaks to something I talked about when I wrote about Bianca for Comicsalliance — there is a detachment in most of the eroticism of Crepax I say most, because I think works like Emmanuelle are very directly erotic—and almost highlight how much Crepax hangs back in other work where his focus as the artist is not getting off on what he is drawing—or that is not how it is presented to the reader.

I find that when I read Valentina, that is my criticism of it—that in some ways, she participates in adventures—that I am not really that certain matter—but because of the rigidity of that world, there is a linearity that in parts of Valentina she has to adhere to.

The first image is as complex in three panels as a Bianca page with thirty panels. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?