Any thoughts on Moonstone’s “Wide-Vision” way of doing graphic novels?
It was introduced in 2006 and they’ve used it with a number of their Phantom productions, as well as their “Return of the Originals” such as The Spider, Domino Lady, and others.
Basically instead of being a familiar type comic with panels and word balloons Wide-Vision consists of a text novella above and below a wide strip of art that runs down the middle of the production. Sometimes there is a different piece of art on two facing pages, sometimes one runs across both pages.
I’ve only seen one, The Battle of L.A., to me it was more like reading a short story with a lot of illustrations rather than a comic.
Interesting way of doing things.