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99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style

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Originally published  2005
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Author  Matt Madden
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99 Ways To Tell a Story: Exercises in Style is an experimental graphic novel by Matt Madden, published by the Penguin Group. Inspired by Raymond Queneau's book Exercises in Style, it tells the same simple story in 99 different ways. These ways include

  • Superhero,
  • Bayeux Tapestry (as if a fragment newly discovered),
  • Political cartoon,
  • How-To with an explanation of the process of drawing a page like itself
  • parodies (similar to EC Comics' horror lines,)
  • underground comix,
  • manga, the fantasy genre); different, often unusual
  • perspectives (from a voyeur looking in the window with binoculars,
  • refrigerator, a fixed point in space in the downstairs room),
  • a map,
  • a lifetime,
  • digitally — entirely in binary numbers,
  • nested stories,
  • advertisements
  • Public Service Announcement
  • Paranoid Religious Tract
  • References

    99 Ways to Tell a Story: Exercises in Style Wikipedia


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