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Panel One By Alexander Danner

A meta-fictional experiment about an empty panel in search of content.
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Joseph Anthony's Review of Panel One
A talking heads comic without the heads.

Panel One takes the basic elements of a comic (panels, captions and language) and makes them the characters in the very comic which consists of them. In segmenting and filling up the white space of their background, they work towards expressing their identities, with occasional intrusions from their creator and the medium that carries them. 

Lovers of self reference, readers of any technical books on creating comics (such as those by Will Eisner and Scott McCloud), and those who are simply interested in seeing how the author will carry this hyperbola-shaped football towards an interesting conclusion will find this work to be of interest.

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