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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."
1/0, 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.

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For motion comics see Limited Animation. For tropes related to these mediums, see Comic Book Tropes.

Not to be confused with the Webcomic called Sequential Art.


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