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- From discourse-time to bullet-time: how comic books froze motion pictures
- Burke, Liam
- This paper examines movement capture in the comic book medium---'graphic storytelling where you could freeze a moment and make an image that sustains', as described by Larry Wachowski, director of The Matrix. Dr Burke's paper will explore comics' place in the lineage of a bullet-time which has become ubiquitous in modern entertainments.
- Publication type
- Conference paper
- Proceedings of 'The theory, practice and art of movement capture and preservation: an interdisciplinary investigation': a symposium, London, United Kingdom, 19-20 January 2012
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- Adaptation; Comic book characters; Comic book heroes; Comic book movies; Film adaptations; Popular culture; Superheroes
- Beyond Text Programme, sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council
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- Copyright © 2012.
- Peer reviewed