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Sade for Sade's Sake

Inside Paul Chan's Transmedial Laboratory

Olivier Delers

French Bibliothèque Nationale are all indications that Sade was considered a highly contagious disease that must be contained. This article focuses on the transmedial experiments of the New York–based artist Paul Chan in his 2007 project Sade for Sade

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Thierry Groensteen

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Thierry Groensteen's memoir recalls the intellectual ferment of colloquia held at Cerisy-la-Salle in Normandy, subsequently the venue for two conferences organised by Groensteen himself. The first, the ground-breaking Bande dessinée, récit et modernité [Comics, Narrative and Modernity] in 1987, was a key moment in the history of the theorisation of comics as art form. Groensteen's own presentation explored the threshold of narrativity in comics, and other noteworthy contributions included those of the philosopher Henri Van Lier and Marc Avelot, whose reading of Martin Vaughn-James's La Cage rescued this masterpiece from obscurity. This conference also laid the foundations for the Oubapo movement, the production of comics under constraint, whose later development Groensteen chronicles. The second, ‘La Transécriture’, in 1993, was an early exploration of comics as part of a cross-media environment.

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Ronald de Rooy

-back, easy-going guy in jeans and a hoody, an ironic reminder of the famous red cap that is part of Dante’s traditional iconographical attire. A similar kind of irony also affects the representation of narrative space in this transmedial universe of

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Mark J.P. Wolf

Just as perceptual gestalten complete images and narrative gestalten complete storylines, both encouraging audiences to fill in missing information based on the information provided, the data pertaining to an imaginary world can collectively generate a world logic that helps audiences extrapolate and fill in gaps, resulting in the illusion of a complete and consistent imaginary world, through we what might call world gestalten. This article examines how these gestalten occur and function, how they contribute to the illusion of a complete world, and the importance of this process to transmedial entertainment franchises that are set in imaginary worlds.

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David Miranda-Barreiro, Michelle Herte, Joe Sutliff Sanders, and Mark McKinney

to keep the dialogue open and understand the nature of comics today. David Miranda-Barreiro Bangor University Jan-Noël Thon , Transmedial Narratology and Contemporary Media Culture , Frontiers of Narrative (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2016

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Andrew J. Ball

American silent cinema, and in this issue we are pleased to present Olivier Delers's article on transmediality in Paul Chan's art project Sade for Sade's Sake . These two issues also give us a glimpse into many of the topics we will prioritize in the

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Editorial

Comics and Transnational Exchanges

Lawrence Grove, Anne Magnussen, and Ann Miller

arguing that comics, as a polygraphic art, in Thierry Smolderen's term, is particularly apt as a vehicle for transmedial interactions and mutations. She finds in Gawronkiewicz and Rosenberg's story, which features a circus-clown-turned-Nazi-officer and a

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Raphaël Baroni

Unnaturalness and Transmediality as New Challenges for Narrative Theory Contemporary narratology has evolved considerably since its formalist heyday. 1 Among the numerous new trends that we have witnessed in the past decades, Jan Christoph Meister

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Introduction

Comics and Adaptation

Armelle Blin-Rolland, Guillaume Lecomte, and Marc Ripley

relevance of Dante for the graphic arts in both Europe and the United States, evidenced in his wide-ranging selection of transmedial Dante adaptations, from comics to puppet theatre and video games. Our concluding article, by Marc Ripley, turns to the

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Instrumentalising Media Memories

The Second World War According to Achtung Zelig! (2004)

Maaheen Ahmed

of graffiti drawings)’. 11 Informed by a baroque energy encouraging transmedial interaction and mutation, this polygraphic essence enables comics to incorporate a wide range of media memories, to constantly regenerate themselves and thus attract and