Events Schedule » Digital Comics: An Introduction to ComiXology!

Whether you are new to comics or a tried and true collector, ComiXology will change the way you see your favorite superheroes and arch-villains.  ComiXology works with DC, Marvel, independent publishers and now directly with comic book artists to offer a wide variety of new and old comics digitally. Their innovative features such as Guided View™ bring the many worlds found between the pages and in the panels directly to you in an easy to view electronic format. This session will introduce you to ComiXology, highlight some of their innovative features such as Guided View™, and demonstrate the platform on computers, iPads, and iPods. Join us to get started with reading digital comics!

 

Also, catch a glimpse of historical and visual examples from the Cooper Synchronic Comic Book and Artists’ Book collections of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection. Attendees can also purchase the new RIT Press titleNarrative Structure in Comics: Making Sense of Fragments.

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Date
Friday, October 11
Time
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Whether you are new to comics or a tried and true collector, ComiXology will change the way you see your favorite superheroes and arch-villains.  ComiXology works with DC, Marvel, independent publishers and now directly with comic book artists to offer a wide variety of new and old comics digitally. Their innovative features such as Guided View™ bring the many worlds found between the pages and in the panels directly to you in an easy to view electronic format. This session will introduce you to ComiXology, highlight some of their innovative features such as Guided View™, and demonstrate the platform on computers, iPads, and iPods. Join us to get started with reading digital comics!

 

Also, catch a glimpse of historical and visual examples from the Cooper Synchronic Comic Book and Artists’ Book collections of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection. Attendees can also purchase the new RIT Press titleNarrative Structure in Comics: Making Sense of Fragments.

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