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Panel - A panel is one of the boxes on the page of a comic book.
Splash Page - When a panel consists of the entire page.
Two Page Spread - When the comic book art spills over into two pages.
Manga - Japanese comics. These comics are read right to left, opposed to left to right like western comics.
Anthology - These are comics that contain multiple short stories from multiple creators. One of the most successful of the format is 2000AD.
Creator-Owned – This means the creator owns the work that they create. This also means that the publisher doesn’t own the rights to the characters or story but just the right to publish it. The most successful creator Owned comic at the moment is The Walking Dead.
Floppies - A slang term for the single issue comic. Called so as it is used with floppy paper.
Indie - Generally referring to an independent publisher who publishes comics for a creative team.
Continuity - This is where a comic book’s narrative has a past which might also be shared within a universe of a vast array of other comic books. The majority of Marvel and DC’s comics involve continuity in one way or another. This allows characters like Batman and Superman to exist in the same universe.
Retcon - Short for Retroactive Continuity. This is when a past event in a shared universe or a character’s past is changed retroactively. This can be done to add new elements to an existing story that allows for future stories. It could also be used to update a character eg Originally Tony Stark (Iron Man) was wounded in Vietnam but Marvel comics retconed this and now it is that he was wounded in Afghanistan.
Crossover - This is when story elements of two or more comic books come together to create one storyline across multiple titles.
Event - This is a crossover story on a generally larger scale than normal. Often these events include many more comic book characters from a shared universe coming together. Also the outcome of the storyline often effects on-going titles for months and sometimes years to come.
One-shot - A story that is contained to one single issue.
Back-issue – A previous issue of a single comic. Back issues are a month or older and not the latest issue.
The Big Two - This a term used to refer to Marvel and DC. Used as they are the two publishers with the largest market share.
Limited Series / Mini-series – This is a comic series that has a set number of issues. Most commonly it is 6 issues but it will often vary depending on the story. The series has begging, middle and an end.
Maxi-series – A maxi series is a longer mini-series generally 13 issues or longer but often each publisher has a different definition. Often mini-series of 12 issues duration have been referred to as maxi-series.
Web-comic – Comics that are made for viewing on the Internet This could be in a comic strip format or as an on-going narrative.
Mini-comic – A comic that is smaller than the conventional comic book size. Generally these comics are handmade with a DIY ethos and have small print runs.
LCS - An acronym for Local Comics Store/Shop. This acronym is often used in comics journalism.
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