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"Preludium: Crumb, Barks, and Noomin: Re-Considering the Aesthetics of Underground Comics," Donald Ault, Figure 7


Figure 7. Unlike Crumb, Noomin refuses to indicate where and how this space exists representationally in relation to the figures who also appear as actors in the plot on the left side of the panel. 1991 Diane Noomin



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