Batman Arkham Knight - Annual 001 (2015) by Peter J. Tomasi
By Peter J. Tomasi
The Arkham Knight is going trying to find the Scarecrow, yet what he unearths as an alternative is much more scary! Don’t omit the tale that’s absolute to have Arkham enthusiasts conversing!
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Mutt presented itself as a Page 42 Figure 23. When Mutt went on trial, Fisher converted the strip to a miniature newspaper, with daily "photographs" and their "captions" carrying the narrative—and building suspense.
The feature reveals McCay's fascination with the capacity of a comic strip to depict events in timed sequence: Sammy's gasping through the first four panels is the "clock" that times events, and as the boy struggles with the onrushing sneeze, McCay shows the simultaneous actions of the two men in the background going about their business. The background stays the same as Sammy works up to his catastrophic sneeze, but McCay displayed his understanding of the sequential nature of the medium by running Sammy's face through changes of expression while portraying some parallel action among the accompanying adults, who conduct themselves in complete obliviousness to the disaster building under their very noses.