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Art 390 - Comics, Cartoon Illustration & Visual Narrative (2011)

Most don't think of comic books as providing college level learning material. However, the writing students of Topics in Critical Writing (ENGL 212) and the art students of Comics, Cartoon Illustration, and Visual Narratives (ART 390) paired up to learn the skills necessary to produce a real comic book, Due Yesterday.

Comic Book Project

In this anthology, which our students have decided to call DUE YESTERDAY Comics, Professors Mike Mosher and Janice Wolff have designed a collaborative project that brought students from English and Art together to create comics.

Due Yesterday

In Their Own Words

Professors Mike Mosher and Janice Wolff discuss the project. (3:42)

Graphic designer Holly Morton on using sketches in "The Invisible." (2:51)

Writer Gerhardt Schuette shares how a social issue is the focus of "The Invisible." (3:19)

Artist Amanda Mueller explains drawing "Necromancy Revealed." (2:59)

Graphic designer Akia Bell, a self-proclaimed Andy Warhol fan, illustrates "Andy Warhol's 2011 Adventures." (3:06)

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Shaun Bangert


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