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The above page uses this vertical panel to play into those smaller vertical pink rectangles in the background the second panel—which combined with the coloring produces this fade out effect for this last page. I mean it should exist even more in western comics, given how compressed the action in our comics is. Mauro added it Jun 12, I think you can see the advantage of it in the next to last panel on this page—where you can sort of feel a stretching of the figure, which is I think a kind of erotic tension also present in Schiele.
Besides color, the Anita Live series is from this era of large angular panels. Anita 2 by Guido Crepax. And it plays anuta the flatness of the page and the panels.
Want to Read saving…. I think Ales Kot was saying on twitter the other day about flipping out about reading a comic where someone was just flat ahita wasting space.
Only that rcepax feeling you get as you move through that wooden house and see that house on fire, as if in a dream. I think when Crepax was doing it he was obviously sort of referencing film—but I think that multimedia rhythm still feels like NOW now. Other books in the series.
People ran so hardcore away from Liefeld—but characters popping out of and through panels is something you SHOULD be doing in an action comic. Ulrik Nielsen rated it really liked it May 28, Trivia About Hello, Anita! These are some more pages from Hello Anita—I picked them for a more broad point about Crepax which is that his pages and rhythms ceepax to work along these two types of axis of which this is one.
Hello Anita (Crepax)
Without ever intending it, it eventually became a big book. I need to scan in Venus in Furs at some point.
Particularly the first say 7 issues—which I think are a sort of rock start testament to the efficacy of his approach within the genre. Juan Raskoff marked it as to-read Apr 19, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Karl Hickey rated it snita was ok Jan 09, No trivia or quizzes yet.
Print This speaks to something I talked about when I wrote about Bianca for Comicsalliance — there is a detachment in most of the eroticism of Crepax I say most, because I think works like Emmanuelle are very directly erotic—and almost highlight how much Crepax hangs back in anuta work where his focus as the artist is not getting off on what he is drawing—or that is not how it is presented to the reader.
The Anita Live series is one of my favorites. Thou Grett marked it as to-read Jan 31, Venus in Furs is sort of proto-this. Which makes sense, because these works are very concerned with having the most page space possible, while still doing Crepax anits. Return to Book Page. On pages like this—he kind of segments off a quarter of the vertical sides of one of his pages—in these instances the left aniita of the page—so the left side will have a longer vertical rectangle going down the side of crepad page—and then the right side of the page will have smaller panel sort of zig-zagging their way down the page—which creates a tension as a reader—because take the third page here as an example—I think your natural inclination even with the rule of speech bubble eye following IS to go down the vertical crelax section of the page like a scroll and THEN move back up to the top.
Now that is not always the case.
Hello, Anita! by Guido Crepax
There are sections of Valentina that are very much like Bianca in how they transition seamlessly through crepzx narrative tracks. Compared to Valentina, whose adventures belong to a particular reality so real she even has an identity cardI had fun making Bianca a completely free character. Time stutters, stops, starts again, rewinds, zooms in—beautiful to watch. Zeke Viegas rated it really liked it Jun 01,