Since the 1980s, the so-called graphic novel, or long-form comic, has become a popular and accomplished literary and artistic form. Transcending its origins in pulp fantasy and adolescent entertainment, this evolving and hybrid medium represents, in the words of author and artist Eddie Campbell, "an emerging new literature of our times in which word, picture, and typography interact meaningfully and which is in tune with the complexity of modern life . . . ."
Resources from 2013
Putting It Together: Layout Exercise, Michael W. Hancock
Storytelling in Comics: Who, When, and Where in “Here”, Michael W. Hancock