Tag Archives: comic journalism

Comic Book Adaptations Beat Blog

Comic books have been an important part of American culture since the early 20th century. One of the most famous icons that the United States has is a man flying around in a cape and red underwear promoting Truth, Justice … Continue reading

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Joe Sacco Vists UofO

On Wednesday November 4th, a packed crowd of students, alumni, and community members gathered in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art to view images of the Bosnian War. These weren’t photos, but rather pen and ink drawings excerpted from Joe … Continue reading

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Joe Sacco Lecture (Extra Credit)

University of Oregon alumni and cartoonist, Joe Sacco, gave a lecture on “Comics as Journalism” at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Wednesday night. He has had an impressive career, and helped to create comic journalism. He even received the … Continue reading

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