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25th Jul '14 9:40:05 AM m8e
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[[quoteright:350:[[Webcomic/XKCD http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kittydream_7745.png]]]]

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25th Jul '14 9:39:34 AM m8e
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[[quoteright:350:[[Webcomic/XKCD http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kittydream_7745.png]]]]
13th Jul '13 8:44:26 AM ThorennG
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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', Sarah has [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2012-06-20 a fantasy]] of what the MagiTek transformation watch Nanase's wearing might do to her.
17th May '13 12:54:50 AM Vasha
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* There are some flashback scenes in early ''ElfQuest'' where a character's thought or sending (telepathy) bubbles occupy entire pages.
* Used in Tamara Drew. We see a scene and then this device shows us Tamara is remembering and thinking over these events

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* There are some flashback scenes in early ''ElfQuest'' ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'' where a character's thought or sending (telepathy) bubbles occupy entire pages.
* Used in Tamara Drew.''Tamara Drew''. We see a scene and then this device shows us Tamara is remembering and thinking over these events



* Occurs once in ''QuestionDuck'' on [[http://questionduck.smackjeeves.com/comics/1394051/278/ this page]].
* ''StupidFox'' uses this on [[http://stupidfox.net/27 page 27]].

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* Occurs once in ''QuestionDuck'' ''Webcomic/QuestionDuck'' on [[http://questionduck.smackjeeves.com/comics/1394051/278/ this page]].
* ''StupidFox'' ''Webcomic/StupidFox'' uses this on [[http://stupidfox.net/27 page 27]].



* All the time in ''TodayNothingHappened'', starting on [[http://www.todaynothinghappened.com/index.php?c=2 the second page]].

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* All the time in ''TodayNothingHappened'', ''Webcomic/TodayNothingHappened'', starting on [[http://www.todaynothinghappened.com/index.php?c=2 the second page]].
17th May '13 12:53:58 AM Vasha
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SpeakingInPanels doesn't require that the entire narrative be laid out definitively, though that's certainly an option. Some authors may instead decide to show only specific key parts of the story and allow their readers' imaginations to take over between the panels.

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SpeakingInPanels Speaking in Panels doesn't require that the entire narrative be laid out definitively, though that's certainly an option. Some authors may instead decide to show only specific key parts of the story and allow their readers' imaginations to take over between the panels.
17th Mar '13 11:10:48 PM Nohbody
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* ''{{xkcd}}'':

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20th Jan '13 12:33:02 AM Korodzik
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Compare SeparateSceneStorytelling. Subtrope of {{Flashback}}.

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Compare PictorialSpeechBubble, SeparateSceneStorytelling. Subtrope of {{Flashback}}.

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25th Oct '12 8:33:31 AM ChrissD
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* Used in Tamora Drew. We see a scene and then this device shows us Tamora is remembering and thinking over these events

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* Used in Tamora Tamara Drew. We see a scene and then this device shows us Tamora Tamara is remembering and thinking over these events
25th Oct '12 8:29:23 AM ChrissD
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* Used in Tamora Drew. We see a scene and then this device shows us Tamora is remembering and thinking over these events



** "[[http://xkcd.com/817/ Mutual]]" has an infinite loop of this.

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** "[[http://xkcd.com/817/ Mutual]]" has an infinite loop of this.
13th Jul '12 8:12:57 AM DougSMachina
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You want to introduce the action from someone's point of view, but walls of text are often a good way to lose readers in the typographic flood. Rather, some authors choose to employ a method for showing the action as it's being told (or thought about), by enclosing the relevant comic panels inside the speech or thought bubble.

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You want to introduce the action from someone's point of view, but [[WallOfText walls of text text]] are often a good way to lose readers in the typographic flood. Rather, some authors choose to employ a method for showing the action as it's being told (or thought about), by enclosing the relevant comic panels inside the [[SpeechBubble speech or thought bubble.
bubble]].
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