misleading the reader comics


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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/StripPanelNaked Follow me on twitter at: http://twitter.com/HassanOE On this 'Strip Panel Naked', I take a look at Kelly Thompson, Leonardo Romero, Jordie Bellaire and Joe Sabino's Hawkeye book for Marvel Comics, specifically issue 4. The comic does some interesting things with it's visual to set-up expectations and mislead readers, and I wanted to explore how eyelines, backgrounds and visual choices in the pages of the comic instruct us to think a certain way, before dashing those expectations. If you're a fan of Strip Panel Naked, the channel keeps making episodes thanks to the support of patrons at the Patreon. If you enjoy the episodes, there's tonnes and tonnes of extra content there to get access to. For less than a cup of coffee a week you can help support the channel, and your patronage goes a really long way. See more related Strip Panel Naked episodes here: -- Framing Locations with Colour and Deadly Class: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVVwoCj5YUE -- Building Dread in Kraven's Last Hunt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRbPwVY4gXQ -- Representing Emotions with Colour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myIcxizHSr4


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