One of the panel discussions at Comic Con 2013 focused on how comic book artists and publishers view the new array of devices their fans use to view their favorite comics. With more readers switching to mobile devices, should comics stay static or look at alternative ways to present the material?
As reported by Digital Arts Online, the speakers looked at a number of tools to produce “motion comics” and how this trend might change the art form. One question posed by the article was: Is adding sound and motion to comic-book-style art really a new form of storytelling, or is it an attempt to jam a static format into someplace it doesn’t really belong?
How do you think adding animation and sound to traditional comics will change the art form?