This Savage World (Savage Dragon, Vol. 15)

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Language: English

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The story focuses on King Leonidas, the young foot soldier Stelios and the storyteller Dilios to highlight the Spartans' awe-inspiring toughness and valour. The growing influence of comic collectors on the industry materialized in the pages of the comics themselves, with many qualities that continue to dominate the mainstream medium even today. According to Wil Eisner – a pioneer in the field – a graphic novel is 'sequential art, the arrangement of pictures or words or images to narrate a story or dramatise an idea' (Eisner 1985 p 5).

Pages: 144

Publisher: Image Comics (August 11, 2003)

ISBN: 1582403120

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They like to parallel process and multi-task. They prefer their graphics before their text rather than the opposite. They prefer random access (like hypertext). They thrive on instant gratification and frequent rewards" (p. 2). Graphic novels and manga are attractive, appealing and motivating to Prensky's "digital natives" because they mimic this type of media.

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