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->''"All fiction, necessarily, requires the reader to fill in the blanks. I can't describe every single aspect of this scene. No one would want to read it. I merely supply one picture at a time. The reader connects the dots to establish continuity -- a plot, characters, concepts. A thousand copies of this world, each customized within each person's brain."''
-->-- ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', episode #995



Not to be confused with a specific {{web comic}} titled ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''.

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Not to be confused with a specific {{web comic}} titled ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''.''Webcomic/SequentialArt''.
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->''"All fiction, necessarily, requires the reader to fill in the blanks. I can't describe every single aspect of this scene. No one would want to read it. I merely supply one picture at a time. The reader connects the dots to establish continuity -- a plot, characters, concepts. A thousand copies of this world, each customized within each person's brain."''
-->-- ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', episode #995

A particular kind of art that might have words, might be in panels, and might tell a story; you know it when you see it.

[-Not to be confused with the Webcomic called ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''.-]
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[[index]]
!!Subcategories:
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'''Also see:'''
+ ComicBookTropes
]
+ ComicBooks (in general)
+ {{Manga}} (Japanese comics)
+ {{Manhua}} (Chinese comics)
+ {{Manhwa}} (Korean comics)
+ NewspaperComics
+ PictureBooks
+ WebComics
++ FanWebComics
++ KoreanWebtoons
[[/index]]
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->''"All fiction, necessarily, requires the reader "Sequential art" is a term proposed by Creator/WillEisner to fill in the blanks. I can't describe every single aspect of this scene. No one would want to read it. I merely supply one picture at a time. The reader connects the dots to establish continuity -- a plot, characters, concepts. A thousand copies of this world, each customized within each person's brain."''
-->-- ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', episode #995

A particular kind of
art forms that might have words, might be use images displayed in panels, and might tell a story; you know it when you see it.

[-Not
specific order for the purpose of graphic storytelling or conveying information. The best-known type of sequential art are {{comics}}.

Not
to be confused with the Webcomic called a specific {{web comic}} titled ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''.-]
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[[index]]
!!Subcategories:
[floatboxright:
'''Also see:'''
+ ComicBookTropes
]
+ ComicBooks (in general)
+ {{Manga}} (Japanese comics)
+ {{Manhua}} (Chinese comics)
+ {{Manhwa}} (Korean comics)
+ NewspaperComics
+ PictureBooks
+ WebComics
++ FanWebComics
++ KoreanWebtoons
[[/index]]
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+ MotionComic (comic-style animation)


For tropes related to these mediums, see ComicBookTropes. Also see MotionComic, which is a type of animated media that imitates a comic book.


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'''Also see:'''
+ ComicBookTropes
+ MotionComic (comic-style animation)
]


For motion comics see LimitedAnimation. For tropes related to these mediums, see ComicBookTropes.

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For motion comics see LimitedAnimation. For tropes related to these mediums, see ComicBookTropes.
ComicBookTropes. Also see MotionComic, which is a type of animated media that imitates a comic book.






+ ComicBooks
+ {{Magazines}}
+ {{Manga}}
+ {{Manhua}}
+ {{Manhwa}}

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\n+ ComicBooks
ComicBooks (in general)
+ {{Magazines}}
{{Manga}} (Japanese comics)
+ {{Manga}}
{{Manhua}} (Chinese comics)
+ {{Manhua}}
+ {{Manhwa}}
{{Manhwa}} (Korean comics)





->''All fiction, necessarily, requires the reader to fill in the blanks. I can't describe every single aspect of this scene. No one would want to read it. I merely supply one picture at a time. The reader connects the dots to establish continuity -- a plot, characters, concepts. A thousand copies of this world, each customized within each person's brain.''

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->''All ->''"All fiction, necessarily, requires the reader to fill in the blanks. I can't describe every single aspect of this scene. No one would want to read it. I merely supply one picture at a time. The reader connects the dots to establish continuity -- a plot, characters, concepts. A thousand copies of this world, each customized within each person's brain.''"''


-->--''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', episode #995.

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-->--''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', -->-- ''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', episode #995.
#995

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+ {{Magazines}}
+ {{Manga}}
+ {{Manhua}}
+ {{Manhwa}}


Not to be confused with the Webcomic called ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''. For tropes related to these mediums, see ComicBookTropes.

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Not to be confused with the Webcomic called ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''. For motion comics see LimitedAnimation. For tropes related to these mediums, see ComicBookTropes.
ComicBookTropes.

[-Not to be confused with the Webcomic called ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''.-]



!!Indexes:

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!!Indexes:!!Subcategories:



+ FanWebComics



+ PictureBooks




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++ FanWebComics
++ KoreanWebtoons





Not to be confused with the Webcomic called Webcomic/SequentialArt

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Not to be confused with the Webcomic called Webcomic/SequentialArt''Webcomic/SequentialArt''. For tropes related to these mediums, see ComicBookTropes.



!!Tropes:

[floatboxright:
'''Categories:'''
+ BornInTheFunnyPapers
+ BritishComics
+ ComicBookTropes
+ FrancoBelgianComics
+ KoreanWebtoons
+ {{Manga}} (Japanese)
+ {{Manhua}} (Chinese)
+ {{Manhwa}} (Korean)
+ MilitaryAndWarfareComics

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!!Tropes:

[floatboxright:
'''Categories:'''
!!Indexes:
+ BornInTheFunnyPapers
ComicBooks
+ BritishComics
+ ComicBookTropes
+ FrancoBelgianComics
+ KoreanWebtoons
+ {{Manga}} (Japanese)
+ {{Manhua}} (Chinese)
+ {{Manhwa}} (Korean)
+ MilitaryAndWarfareComics
FanWebComics



+ OELManga
+ USCanadianComics
+ {{Webcomics}}
]

* BeatPanel
* ConfusedQuestionMark
* EditorialSynaesthesia
* FanWebComics
* FourthWallPortrait
* IdenticalPanelGag
* OddShapedPanel
* SpeechBubbles
* SilentSceneryPanel
* SpeechbubblesInterruption
* SplashPanel
* ThoughtCaption
* UnsoundEffect
* VisibleSilence
* WrittenSoundEffect

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+ OELManga
+ USCanadianComics
+ {{Webcomics}}
]

* BeatPanel
* ConfusedQuestionMark
* EditorialSynaesthesia
* FanWebComics
* FourthWallPortrait
* IdenticalPanelGag
* OddShapedPanel
* SpeechBubbles
* SilentSceneryPanel
* SpeechbubblesInterruption
* SplashPanel
* ThoughtCaption
* UnsoundEffect
* VisibleSilence
* WrittenSoundEffect
WebComics

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+ MilitaryAndWarfareComics


-->--''[[OneOverZero 1/0]]'', episode #995.


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-->--''[[OneOverZero 1/0]]'', -->--''Webcomic/OneOverZero'', episode #995.



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