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3rd Nov '17 9:26:46 PM PistolsAtDawn
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* ''Webcomic/DenmaTheQuanx'', as mentioned in the description, is a Korean webtoon. Every chapter is a single "comic" with infinite scrolling.
25th Sep '17 9:07:42 PM PaulA
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The idea was introduced in Creator/ScottMcCloud's ''highly'' influential book about the comics medium (in comics medium) ''[[ComicBook/UnderstandingComics Reinventing Comics]]''.

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The idea was introduced in Creator/ScottMcCloud's ''highly'' influential book about the comics medium (in comics medium) ''[[ComicBook/UnderstandingComics Reinventing Comics]]''.
''ComicBook/ReinventingComics''.



** [[http://scottmccloud.com/1-webcomics/chess/chess.html My Obsession With Chess]] chronicles [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin his obsession with chess]]. It's about 16 feet long, done in alternating black-on-white to white-on-black panels.



* [[http://scottmccloud.com/1-webcomics/chess/chess.html My Obsession With Chess]], by Scott [=McCloud=] himself, chronicles [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin his obsession with chess]]. It's about 16 feet long, done in alternating black-on-white to white-on-black panels.
21st Sep '17 7:17:16 AM jormis29
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** The second adventure, ''[[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=2 Bard Quest]]'', has multiple paths. However, due to the complexity of the story, it was dropped fairly early.

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** The second adventure, ''[[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=2 Bard Quest]]'', ''Webcomic/BardQuest'', has multiple paths. However, due to the complexity of the story, it was dropped fairly early.
2nd Sep '17 2:10:29 PM nombretomado
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* ''Webcomic/HarkAVagrant'' uses the infinite canvas for a ridiculously long joke about JanetJackson [[http://www.harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=347 here.]]

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* ''Webcomic/HarkAVagrant'' uses the infinite canvas for a ridiculously long joke about JanetJackson Music/JanetJackson [[http://www.harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=347 here.]]
11th Jun '17 6:15:29 PM Twiddler
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* ''Webcomic/HisFaceAllRed'' uses this to horrifying effect. Emily Carroll's comics in general are fond of this. Mostly it's the "long vertical comic" approach, but the final page of "Margot's Room" really takes the Infinite Canvas to town, making the reader scroll all over the place to follow the action.

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* ''Webcomic/HisFaceAllRed'' uses this to horrifying effect. Emily Carroll's Creator/EmilyCarroll's comics in general are fond of this. Mostly it's the "long vertical comic" approach, but the final page of "Margot's Room" really takes the Infinite Canvas to town, making the reader scroll all over the place to follow the action.
3rd Jun '17 9:26:09 AM nombretomado
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* [[http://smaaaash.net SMAAAASH!!]] (which for some reason refuses all attempts at linking to the TVTropes page) uses these all the time.

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* [[http://smaaaash.net SMAAAASH!!]] (which for some reason refuses all attempts at linking to the TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes page) uses these all the time.
14th Apr '17 3:46:33 PM Twiddler
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* ''Webcomic/FaceAllRed'' uses this to horrifying effect.
** Emily Carroll's comics in general are fond of this. Mostly it's the "long vertical comic" approach, but the final page of "Margot's Room" really takes the Infinite Canvas to town, making the reader scroll all over the place to follow the action.

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* ''Webcomic/FaceAllRed'' ''Webcomic/HisFaceAllRed'' uses this to horrifying effect.
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effect. Emily Carroll's comics in general are fond of this. Mostly it's the "long vertical comic" approach, but the final page of "Margot's Room" really takes the Infinite Canvas to town, making the reader scroll all over the place to follow the action.
17th Mar '17 4:12:18 PM Delphi
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** Emily Carroll's comics in general are fond of this. Mostly it's the "long vertical comic" approach, but the final page of "Margot's Room" really takes the Infinite Canvas to town, making the reader scroll all over the place to follow the action.
28th May '16 11:12:54 PM anza_sb
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** [[http://xkcd.com/1608/ #1608]], "[[VideoGame/XkcdHoverboard Hoverboard]]", is basically "Click and Drag" in video game form. You collect coins in a seemingly small play area, but if you go past the boundaries of the area you'll enter a massive world filled with [[ShoutOut shout-outs]] to ''Franchise/StarWars'' and ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', among the many other things.

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** [[http://xkcd.com/1608/ #1608]], "[[VideoGame/XkcdHoverboard Hoverboard]]", is basically "Click and Drag" in video game form. You collect coins in a seemingly small play area, but if you go past the boundaries of the area you'll [[spoiler:you'll enter a massive world filled with [[ShoutOut shout-outs]] shout-outs to ''Franchise/StarWars'' and ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', among the many other things.things present]].
28th May '16 11:06:37 PM anza_sb
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** Strip 1110 "Click and Drag." [[http://xkcd.com/1110 Words fail.]] According to some calculations, this strip would be ''43 meters wide'' if printed in full resolution.
** Strip 1190 "[[Webcomic/XkcdTime Time]]" is possibly an inversion of the infinite canvas, taking a series of panels or moments in a very slow animation and presenting them one at a time in a single panel space, updating every hour or so.

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** Strip 1110 #1110 "Click and Drag." Drag". [[http://xkcd.com/1110 Words fail.]] According to some calculations, this strip would be ''43 meters wide'' if printed in full resolution.
** Strip 1190 #1190 "[[Webcomic/XkcdTime Time]]" is possibly an inversion of the infinite canvas, taking a series of panels or moments in a very slow animation and presenting them one at a time in a single panel space, updating every hour or so.so.
** [[http://xkcd.com/1608/ #1608]], "[[VideoGame/XkcdHoverboard Hoverboard]]", is basically "Click and Drag" in video game form. You collect coins in a seemingly small play area, but if you go past the boundaries of the area you'll enter a massive world filled with [[ShoutOut shout-outs]] to ''Franchise/StarWars'' and ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', among the many other things.
--->''"Return to play area."''
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