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The Anthology Project (Volume 1) The Anthology Project Volumeby Joy Ang The Anthology Project has a simple mandate to collect comics from artists who pursue compelling narratives and have published notable works in sequential arts In short, i ts humble intent is only to delightand I assure you, the book delights on numerous levels I have a soft spot for comic collections and literary journals for their variance and their promise of new talent to discover And, for the first The Anthology Project Home Facebook The Anthology Project Volumea set on Flickr Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone The Anthology Project Volumeby Sam Bradley The Anthology Project collects the comics of artists unified by their delirious pursuit of compelling narrative and notable artistic work in the medium of sequential art Its humble intent is only to delight The project showcases a multidisciplinary group of passionate artists The Anthology Project Home Facebook The Anthology Project is a jazz ensemble based out of Toronto, playing compositions inspired by stories and poems Anthology Project A Woman s Standard The Anthology Project is a high relevance literacy program that incorporates entrepreneurship, social emotional learning, and peer collaboration A Woman s Standard started this program inand to date we have published over , student authors The Anthology Project Home Facebook The Anthology Projectlikes The Anthology Project is a podcast that interviews creative individuals and documents their stories You will have the opportunity to hear stories from Cosplayers, The Anthology Project theanthologypro on Pinterest See what The Anthology Project theanthologypro has discovered on Pinterest, the world s biggest collection of ideas The Anthology Project VolumeJoy Ang, Nick The Anthology Project VolumeJoy Ang, Nick Thornborrow, Darren Rawlings, Matt Rhodes, Kim Smith, Chris Makris, Connor Willumsen, Tom Rhodes, Sam Bradley, Christine Choi, Jeffrey Thompson, Ben Huen, Chris Ryzebol, Ed Kwong, Casper Konefal, Joy Ang, Nick Thornborrow, Joy Ang onFREE shipping on qualifying offers The Anthology Project VolumeThe Universal Anthology The Anthology Project These frail green backed, gold tinted paged Anthologies were first published by the Clarke Company inThe company producedvolumes in this edition of the Universal Anthology For the purposes of this project we focused on the first two volumes Both of these anthologies containpages in length On the contrary, the first volumes containsindividual works within it s edition The Beatles Anthology Wikipedia


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10 thoughts on “The Anthology Project (Volume 1)

  1. says:

    Some of the stories were cute as well as the art However I found that there were many stories for which the size of the book shrank the artwork so much that I had trouble distinguishing anything.


  2. says:

    Wish by Joy Ang was my favorite in this anthology I love the mixture of adorable art with a somewhat disturbing tale The book itself is a nice hardcover with full color illustrations, much of the art is beautiful While the individual works presented here are all quite nice, there s no appar


  3. says:

    This was a cool and interesting collection of several short comics from several artists Like all comic anthologies, some stories I liked better than the others I felt that it kinda lacked coherence in terms of a theme, but the stories were good enough to keep me interested, and the collection was v


  4. says:

    3.5 I loved some of the comics but not all of them All the artists have beautiful distinct art styles which I truly enjoyed, I am glad it is part of my collection.


  5. says:

    Full review posted on Across the LitoverseThe Anthology Project has a simple mandate to collect comics from artists who pursue compelling narratives and have published notable works in sequential arts In short, i ts humble intent is only to delight and I assure you, the book delights on numerous levels I have a so


  6. says:

    Some stories were well thought out, others felt forced like they had an ideal but no place to stand with it Wish by Joy Ang, The Unicorn by Christopher Ryzebol special thanks Tom Rhodes, and Mr.Dung and Beetle by Darren Rawlings, were my favorites out of all the stories Those three could stand alone and have their own boo


  7. says:

    The artwork is beautifulsome of the tales are downright awesome This is something I d like to see in a larger format, to get really in depth with the pictures I felt like I was missing out on some of the stories simply because I couldn t see all the details clearly.


  8. says:

    An interesting mix of graphic artist styles Many of the stories don t use much words but rely on the art to tell the story There is a little discrepancy in consistency of moods if you read the stories back to back.


  9. says:

    I fell in love with the cover at the comic book store and greedily bought both volumes The art is gorgeous and the storytelling is nothing to sneeze at either As ahobby artist, I found this inspirational and so well done I will pour over it again and again.


  10. says:

    What really makes me enjoy reading this book is it s artwork


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