Ernesto Priego writes about Bef and Yorko’s 1874 graphic novella (2013). 1874 is a meditation on the nature of technology as a means to record history and to remember it.
As the previous posts have clearly demonstrated, this series on comics outside of North-America, Europe, and Japan clearly helps explore new horizons, discover other ways of making comics, and find new, different voices that showcase […]
The Space Between Page and Screen: Comics and the Mediated World The deadline for proposal submission is September 30, 2015: Submit Proposal. In celebration of its 200th post, Graphixia solicits submissions and proposals for a […]
Like the majority of the Graphixians have done this series, I feel I ought to open with a disclaimer about my comfort zone being firmly within Anglo-American comics, and to offer my assurance that I’m […]
You wait years for an event with an Indian cartoonist in Dundee and then two come along within a fortnight. At the end of June last year Scottish PEN and Literary Dundee hosted an event […]
Like Brenna in her post for this series I think it is important to be open about our experiences of trying to find comics to discuss from outside Europe, North America and Japan. Because of […]
As this month’s Graphixia topic has revealed, looking for comics outside the Western paradigm isn’t something that even scholars of the medium do very often, or at least not intentionally. When presented with the concept, […]