Graphixians, I am writing a conference paper this week, which means that you get to read my uncollected thoughts towards a conference paper. Aren’t you lucky ducks, one and all. As the title suggests, I’m […]
This post is understands comics as an integral part of any reflection on the cultural condition in the early 21st century, but… Because I want to address the above, I’ve been avoiding the writing of […]
By chance, I happened to come across Fumio Obata’s Just So Happens and Etienne Davodeau’s Lulu Anew (translated from the French) at the same time. Each of these books presents a liminal narrative about passing […]
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 […]