Sunday, 5 October 2014
Alice In Sunderland And Voice Of The Fire: A Fourth Parallel
In the concluding chapter of Alan Moore's Voice Of The Fire, when the author comes on stage:
"...the Help menu [is] lettered up on the proscenium arch. The cursor winks, a visible slow handclap in the black, deserted auditorium."
-Alan Moore, Voice Of The Fire (London, 1996), p. 292.
Depiction, narration and action/acting are the three story-telling media. Talbot compares his sequential art with drama and Moore likewise compares his prose with it.