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  1. There's a graphic novel out now written by Rep. John Lewis about the March on Washington. It's all ready making the best seller list.

  2. I'm a very self-motivated artist. when one thinks of an artist, they think of someone painting on an easel, maybe drinking wine or, observing a bowl of fruit. As a growing graphic novelist, I find myself painting at my low desk, under a meager lighting, and observing life, my life as it happens, and taking in every aspect as a form of color and substance, even little hills of trash on the side of the road seem interesting to me now. This presentation gave me more self-motivation to move people's eyes, and help them unlock the inner machinations of cold, plain and simple, life.

  3. Half the books I'm studying for my IB are graphic novels. It sounded like a bit of a shitty idea at first but they're surprisingly interesting.

  4. Thank you so much for making this video! I have learned so much from it. From now on I will have an alter of you in my house and I will praise your name, Michael Chaney, every single day

  5. Halfway through the talk after he explained how our mind eyes are so good at projecting face, I stated to see a "face" under his face formed by the collar lines of his polo shirt.

  6. Wonder why ted doesn’t have this on their channel anymore, and why do they add so much useless fluff. it was not worth my 17 minutes.

  7. had to watch this for school and this guy is using all these complex words and getting all worked up about comic books tf

  8. Help me. In another setting, I would be fascinated by what this guy is saying, but I have to practically write an essay about this.

  9. Authors of comics: I'll just draw what im imagining and what the story is telling

    English professors and teachers: THE COMICS AND SPACES BETWEEN THE PANELS SHOW MEANING AND EMOTIONS THAT ARE HIDDEN!!!

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