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At once comic book dialogue balloon, bubble, and captured breath, the balloons are a productive wedge, what the band refers to elsewhere in the series as "an opportune prodigal opening" between sound and sense.
For example, one dialogue balloon relates Peter's response to the question of whether followers of Christ should be compelled to obey Jewish laws.
Stylizing the classic comedy/tragedy masks, connected by an iconic dialogue balloon, created the app icon for Scene Partner.
Moreover, Wesley's images are so varied, and weird: try a wall filled with gouaches depicting, in part, George Gordon Lord Byron as a Cranky Sailor, 1989, a nude Blondie apparently about to administer a blowjob to a nude Dagwood on a bed, Dagwood alone in a bathtub (the piece's entitled B Musing about Charlotte Corday and the Course of European History, 1974), and a waterspout and empty dialogue balloon manifesting themselves in the sky above an ocean.
And the Halifax (Nova Scotia) Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star held a contest asking readers to guess what the Pasquale kid character - from "Rose Is Rose" by Pat Brady of United Feature Syndicate - was saying in a dialogue balloon.
It is inscribed inside a thought or dialogue balloon next to a cartoon of a politician.
When creating Adventures in Graphic Design Technology, OTC faculty decided to use photographs instead of drawings, a type of comic book more common in Europe--fumetti (literally translated from French as "small puffs of smoke," referring to the dialogue balloons common to most comics).
99) is Book One in the 'Target Practice' series, and provides a fine graphic novel format that pairs full-color images on every page with dialogue balloons and the story of Cleopatra, who discovers a mysterious tablet that zaps her to the far future, where she learns of an ancient prophecy that says she will save the galaxy from an evil force.
The book relies heavily on dialogue balloons and lengthy quotations from Jordan's original work; this gives the pages a talkative feel that rarely exploits the strengths of the graphic novel format.