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    • Arkabahçe ve Türkiye'de çizgi romancılık 

      Coşar, Öykü; Karban, Özge; Kılıç, Yavuz Orhun; Kutlubay, Eda; Semerci, Rahmi Erdal (Bilkent University, 2020)
      Çizgi romanlar olay örgüsünün ağırlıklı olarak görseller ve konuşma balonları çerçevesindeki kısa metinler ile aktarıldığı bağımsız bir sanat türüdür. Dünya sahnesinde ilk olarak 18.yüzyılda ortaya çıkarken Türkiye'de ...
    • Examining the translation and scanlation of the manga naruto into Turkish from a translator’s perspective 

      Okyayuz, A. Ş. (Lasting Impressions Press, 2017)
      The collective power of Japanese popular culture permeating the rest of the world through manga and anime is a recent issue of interest for scholars. Studying the scanlation and translation of the manga, which are multimodal ...
    • Hero vs antihero: spatial form and the graphic novel 

      Ersan, Gokhan (Bilkent University, 1997)
      This study attempts to investigate the relations between the formal aspects of the contemporary graphic novel and the fictional character portrayed within these works. The transformation of the comics form into the graphic ...
    • Self-adaptation and transnationality in Marjane Satrapi's Poulet aux prunes (2011) 

      Kennedy-Karpat, C. (Oxford University Press, 2015)
      Marjane Satrapi's Poulet aux prunes offers an intriguing example of self-adaptation from comics to live-action film. This essay will consider how the Franco-Iranian Satrapi, within her dual role as self-adapter and ...
    • A sociological study: comics as the sign of popular culture in the 20th century 

      Muratoğlu, Erhan (Bilkent University, 1993)
      The intention of this study is to analyze the sociological structure of the comics within its relation to the social phenomena of the 20th century. Therefore, the concept of popular culture is taken as the key word th ...