COMIC-CON 2012: PRINT MAGAZINE’S MICHAEL DOOLEY’S RECAP

Michael Dooley’s weekly column for Print Magazine’s Imprint covers a wide spectrum of design topics with a keen eye on the comics medium. Mr. Dooley has some wonderful observations to make about Comic-Con 2012. With a focus on design, the world is at your feet at Comic-Con.

One item that stands out is a quite dazzling graphic narrative making engaging use of the tools iPad has to offer. It is called, “CIA: Operation Ajax,” by Cognito Comics’ founder and creative director, Daniel Burwen. The story tracks the 1953 Iranian coup d’état, plotted by the CIA and the British government, to overthrow the Prime Minister of Iran, and includes declassified documents and other intriguing materials all smoothly integrated into the narrative. You can read all about it here.

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