Comics consist of a sequence of images (strip) that tell a story. In cartoons, the narrative point is condensed into one image. The Slanted issue # 17 – Cartoon / Comic is packed cover to cover full of naratives and typographic explosion!

Slanted Magazine starts 2012 not only with a new look but also an issue about Carton and Comic. Contributions include an article by Ken Johnston of Corbis (New York), essays by Alexander Negrelli (Berlin) and Paul Hoppe (Brooklyn NY), interviews with Nora Krug (Brooklyn NY) and Alessio Leonardi (Berlin) and of course much more. Make sure to get your hands on a copy directly at, via Amazon marketplace and in selected stores worldwide.


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