With the end of the semester in sight, Laura Sneddon returns to discuss her latest class assignment, reading the metafictional, autobiographical work of Eddie Campbell and Alan Moore in "The Birth Caul" and "Alec."
For this week's Comic Studies class, Laura Sneddon read and weighs in on the autobiographical "Epileptic" and "Stitches," coming away with very different feelings for both works.
Laura Sneddon's Comic Studies course continues, this week looking at the work and misogynistic tendencies of R. Crumb as well as the comix created by his wife, cartoonist Aline Kominsky.
Laura Sneddon's Comic Studies classes continue with a look at Documentary Comics, with Laura reading and reacting to Joe Sacco's "Palestine" and "Safe Area GoraÅ¾de" in very different ways.
Laura Sneddon takes a break from her Comic Studies course to attend Dundee Comics Day, featuring talks, advice and anecdotes by Frank Quitely, Cam Kennedy, John Wagner and more!
For its Autobiographix: Comics and History portion, Laura Sneddon's Comic Studies class read and discussed "Barefoot Gen," "Maus" and "In the Shadow of No Towers," three different reactions to war and violence.
Frank Quitely spoke at Laura Sneddon's Comic Studies course, bringing with him insight into the artistic process, anecdotes from his career and art from and commentary on his chapter of Grant Morrison's "Multiversity."
Laura Sneddon's third week of Comic Studies focused on two very different Autobiographix by female creators in Marjane Satrapi's "Persepolis" and Alison Bechdel's "Fun Home."
This week, Laura Sneddon recounts her Comic Studies' graduate class' experience with autobiographical comix, focusing heavily on the master: Harvey Pekar.
CBR welcomes writer Laura Sneddon as we present the first installment of her column detailing lessons learned as she attends the University of Dundee's postgraduate degree course in Comic Studies.