Thursday, March 6, 2014

Pages arranged in a grid of equal-sized panels make the reader focus on the individual images and is a more cinematographic storytelling approach then designing intricate and possibly confusing Meta Page layouts.

1 comment:

  1. I'll grant you that! I like a Kirby story that has a mixture of 6 panel grids, 4 panel pages, and a 9 panel grid on occassion. The change up is good. It's when Kirby settles on a spash, and almost exclusively 4 panel pages that I felt he was either rushing or padding, and then reverting back to 6 and 9 panel layouts near the end of this Marvel run, indicated to me that he didn't care about the stories any more, but was just going through the motions, without any real detail or thought being put into it.