With this issue, European Comic Art, the first peer-reviewed academic
journal on comics, moves into its tenth year of existence. Over the past
few years, the field has become more crowded, as scholarly interest in
comics has expanded, but the quality and quantity of submissions that
we receive is ever increasing. We are proud to have published articles
by major comics theorists, as well as by emerging young researchers,
and to have contributed to debates on formal, graphic and narrative
resources of the medium; temporality and duration in comics; adaptation
and the mutual influence between comics and other arts, including
the novel, film, fine art (especially modernism) and the performing arts;
and the diverse influences on the development of comics, including caricature
and satirical prints.
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