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Washington and Lee University    
  Sep 19, 2017
2017-2018 University Catalog
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ENGL 215 - Making Comics

(ARTS 215) FDR: HA
Credits: 4

Prerequisites: ARTS 111, WRIT 100 and instructor consent. A study of the writing form of graphic narratives, and a studio art course in the making of graphic narratives. The course is taught by two faculty members, one focused on creative writing, one on visual art. Students study and compose scripts for comics and produce actual comics based on those scripts. The course begins with an overview of the comics form, using a range of graphic novels. Possible texts include: Panel One: Comic Book Scripts; Sleepwalk and Other Stories; Pretty Deadly Vol.1; In the Shadow of No Towers; and Through the Woods, Signal to Noise. Beavers, Gavaler.

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