Perspectives on Digital Comics: Theoretical, Critical and Pedagogical Essays (Paperback)
This collection of new essays explores various ways of reading, interpreting and using digital comics. Contributors discuss comics made specifically for web consumption, and also digital reproductions of print-comics. Written for those who may not be familiar with digital comics or digital comic scholarship, the essays cover perspectives on reading, criticism and analysis of specific titles, the global reach of digital comics, and how they can be used in educational settings.
About the Author
Jeffrey SJ Kirchoff is the associate dean of English at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. His writing has appeared in Studies in Comics, Technoculture, the Journal of College Literacy and Learning, Language and Literacy and Sequential Art Narrative in Education. Mike P. Cook is an assistant professor at Auburn University, where he teaches within the English education program. His writing has appeared in The ALAN Review, Sequential Art Narrative in Education, the Journal of Language and Literacy Education, Literacy Research & Instruction and the Journal of College Literacy and Learning.