Comic Breaking the 4th wall big time!

tpiro - Breaking the 4th wall big time!


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Keller - 25.11.08 21:06
Great mind work! Personally I am exhausted by comics wo try to play with their boundaries, but this one comments itself in a way and is more original.
Rob - 25.11.08 19:26
I especially like the last line, which is original in my opinion. It reminds me of Scott McCloud.
tpiro - 25.11.08 18:42
Thanks for your opinion on this. I realize the last line was pretty unoriginal; it's been done in many webcomics. But the point I was trying to make was does this line read any differently because the context is now different. The character is being self-referential, but now he's aware that he's being self-referential (breaking the 5th wall?). Maybe that point was lost or is just too pretentious to be read well. Oh well, at least this was definitely a fun experiment of a comic.
Ron (toonsUp admin) - 25.11.08 11:24
Oh, a philosophical comic strip. Nice idea with the fourth wall, but I think the final gag should be more weird like f.e. falling out of the panel, interacting with a closing comic book, ...

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