The Eight Panel Grid with STRAY BULLETS | Strip Panel Naked

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Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou had to get to Stray Bullets. He absolutely love the series, by David and Maria Lapham, and Hass wanted to look at one of it’s most defining features: the eight panel grid. Specifically what functions it seems to have, and how Lapham takes advantage of those functions for his story. But there’s also a few little quirks, like opening pages being on a different grid, and the way he utilizes the uniformity of it for certain emphasis.

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