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Comics as Journalism
Comics as Journalism
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Comics Journalism: Dan Archer, Knight Fellow, Winter 2011
Comics Journalism: Dan Archer, Knight Fellow, Winter 2011
DATE: 2011/01/25::
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Joe Sacco: Comic Journalist
Joe Sacco: Comic Journalist
DATE: 2014/01/11::
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Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Why Become a Comics Journalist?
Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Why Become a Comics Journalist?
DATE: 2015/02/11::
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[160] BP: Criminality Immunity, Iraq
[160] BP: Criminality Immunity, Iraq's Unstable Future, Comic Journalism, NYPD International Crusade
DATE: 2013/05/07::
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05 Damn Cartoons Comics Journalism
05 Damn Cartoons Comics Journalism
DATE: 2012/10/04::
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Comics Journalism Day 3&4
Comics Journalism Day 3&4
DATE: 2013/08/23::
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NCMR 2011 - The Future of Journalism Is ... Comics?
NCMR 2011 - The Future of Journalism Is ... Comics?
DATE: 2011/05/18::
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Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Trusting your own Opinion
Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Trusting your own Opinion
DATE: 2015/02/11::
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Why comic journalism?
Why comic journalism?
DATE: 2012/11/19::
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Comics & Journalism, 2014 - What Makes a Good Review?
Comics & Journalism, 2014 - What Makes a Good Review?
DATE: 2015/02/11::
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Comic Journalism | Interview with Dan Archer
Comic Journalism | Interview with Dan Archer
DATE: 2013/05/08::
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Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Recognising Legitimacy
Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Recognising Legitimacy
DATE: 2015/02/11::
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Comics & Journalism, 2014 - How are Opinions Formed?
Comics & Journalism, 2014 - How are Opinions Formed?
DATE: 2015/02/11::
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Comic journalism workshop day 1&2
Comic journalism workshop day 1&2
DATE: 2013/08/21::
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Knight Fellowships Talk  - Dan Archer
Knight Fellowships Talk - Dan Archer
DATE: 2011/06/01::
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Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Who Critiques the Critics?
Comics & Journalism, 2014 - Who Critiques the Critics?
DATE: 2015/02/11::
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Workshop on Grassroot Comic Journalism
Workshop on Grassroot Comic Journalism
DATE: 2012/12/21::
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Joe Sacco
Joe Sacco
DATE: 2009/03/30::
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Beyond the capes - comics as a tool for social justice: Eric Howald at TEDxSalem
Beyond the capes - comics as a tool for social justice: Eric Howald at TEDxSalem
DATE: 2014/01/30::
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Beyond Fiction: Using Journalism as a basis for Creating Comics and Cartoons
Beyond Fiction: Using Journalism as a basis for Creating Comics and Cartoons
DATE: 2013/02/24::
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Earth At Risk part 3  Stephanie McMillan
Earth At Risk part 3 Stephanie McMillan
DATE: 2013/09/12::
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TRUTH IN JOURNALISM [BOOTLEG UNIVERSE]
TRUTH IN JOURNALISM [BOOTLEG UNIVERSE]
DATE: 2013/07/31::
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Cartoon Movement: Spotlight On Haiti
Cartoon Movement: Spotlight On Haiti
DATE: 2011/12/13::
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TEDxGenevaChange -  Tjeerd Royaards - Comics in crises
TEDxGenevaChange - Tjeerd Royaards - Comics in crises
DATE: 2012/04/15::
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Eisner Awards pt. 6 | Best Cover Artist, Periodical/Journalism, and Comics-Related Book
Eisner Awards pt. 6 | Best Cover Artist, Periodical/Journalism, and Comics-Related Book
DATE: 2009/07/30::
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"Symbolia Magazine" Illustrative Journalism: Mobile Tablet App l Mag+
"Symbolia Magazine" Illustrative Journalism: Mobile Tablet App l Mag+
DATE: 2012/12/03::
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Joe Sacco Interviewed at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
Joe Sacco Interviewed at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
DATE: 2013/08/17::
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Students Create Graphic Novels For Social Change
Students Create Graphic Novels For Social Change
DATE: 2010/10/26::
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Zone 4 #295: Converging Under the Dome
Zone 4 #295: Converging Under the Dome
DATE: 2014/11/15::
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Interview with Joe Sacco: Graphic Journalism and Palestine
Interview with Joe Sacco: Graphic Journalism and Palestine
DATE: 2011/04/23::
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Nicolas Wild, a new approach of comic book, a graphic novel mixing journalism and fiction
Nicolas Wild, a new approach of comic book, a graphic novel mixing journalism and fiction
DATE: 2014/01/30::
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University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Comics and the World Wars
University of Lincoln Research Showcase: Comics and the World Wars
DATE: 2014/01/08::
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Clark Kent Leaves Journalism, Dooms Profession for Good
Clark Kent Leaves Journalism, Dooms Profession for Good
DATE: 2012/10/23::
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Superman
Superman's alter ego Clark Kent quits job over soft journalism
DATE: 2012/10/24::
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Freemason, Jim Bevan & Independent Radio Journalist, Tony Gosling on The Moore Show (Epi9)
Freemason, Jim Bevan & Independent Radio Journalist, Tony Gosling on The Moore Show (Epi9)
DATE: 2011/10/20::
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The little boxes: Brian Michael Bendis at TEDxCLE
The little boxes: Brian Michael Bendis at TEDxCLE
DATE: 2014/05/21::
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LIBRARY
LIBRARY'S INDIAN COMICS - AR
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Graphic Journalism - Tra cronaca e fiction. Reinhard Kleist
Graphic Journalism - Tra cronaca e fiction. Reinhard Kleist
DATE: 2012/03/05::
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[Lucca Comics] Showcase 2013: Guy Delisle
[Lucca Comics] Showcase 2013: Guy Delisle
DATE: 2014/01/23::
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5 Reasons Clark Kent is a Bulls**t Journalist | DweebCast | OraTV
5 Reasons Clark Kent is a Bulls**t Journalist | DweebCast | OraTV
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The Ocean at the End of the Lane Neil Gaiman   The Wheeler Centre Books Writing Ideas
The Ocean at the End of the Lane Neil Gaiman The Wheeler Centre Books Writing Ideas
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President Obama at the 2014 White House Correspondents
President Obama at the 2014 White House Correspondents' Dinner (HD Complete)
DATE: 2014/05/03::
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William Randolph Hearst & Yellow Journalism
William Randolph Hearst & Yellow Journalism
DATE: 2011/10/19::
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Comic Book 101 - Transmetropolitan
Comic Book 101 - Transmetropolitan
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PHD Student Draws Chemistry Comic Book
PHD Student Draws Chemistry Comic Book
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Torino: Graphic Journalism - Tra cronaca e fiction. Reinhard Kleist
Torino: Graphic Journalism - Tra cronaca e fiction. Reinhard Kleist
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State of Play: A Panel Discussion on Games Journalism Part 01
State of Play: A Panel Discussion on Games Journalism Part 01
DATE: 2014/12/06::
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Ronnie Bethke Big Planet Comics Feature for UMD JOUR203 Final Project
Ronnie Bethke Big Planet Comics Feature for UMD JOUR203 Final Project
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SPAWN: THE RECALL - FAN FILM
SPAWN: THE RECALL - FAN FILM
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Comics journalism, or Graphic journalism, is a form of journalism that covers news or non-fiction events using the framework of comics – a combination of words and drawn images. Although visual narrative storytelling has existed for thousands of years, the use of the comics medium to cover real-life events for news organizations, publications or publishers (in graphic novel format) is currently at an all-time peak. Historically, pictorial representation (typically engravings) of news events were commonly used before the proliferation of photography in publications such as The Illustrated London News and Harper's Magazine.

More recent writers/journalists and illustrators have attempted to increase validity of the genre by bringing journalism to the field in more direct ways. This includes coverage of foreign and local affairs where word balloons are actual quotes and sources are actual people featured in each story. Many of these works are featured online[1][2] and in collaboration with established publications as well as small press.[3]

Joe Sacco is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of the form,[4][5] along with some groups of authors that produced the first known magazines focused specifically on Comics Journalism. Among these publications is worth to mention Mamma!, a magazine of comics journalism printed in Italy since 2009 and produced by a group of authors; and Symbolia, a digital magazine of comics journalism for tablet computers.

Comics journalists[edit]

Magazines of Comics Journalism[edit]

  • Mamma! the first Italian magazine of comics journalism, founded in 2009
  • Symbolia, a digital magazine published from 2012-2014
  • La Revue Dessinée, French magazine devoted to comics journalism, founded in 2013

Animated Comics Journalism[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holliday, Darryl and Rodriguez, Erik: The Illustrated Press
  2. ^ Macnaughton, Wendy. "Meanwhile, The San Francisco Public Library," TheRumpus.net (May 13, 2011).
  3. ^ Kramer, Josh "The Cartoon Picayune".
  4. ^ Nalvic. "A Quick Guide to Comic Journalism". Nalvic's Reviews (June 12, 2012).
  5. ^ Crumm, David (June 29, 2012). "Joe Sacco nails down comic credentials in Journalism: Sacco contributes to new global language". Read the Spirit.

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