A series collecting my thoughts on the craft of telling stories through comic books. These posts do not document rules; these are the thoughts that go through my mind when I'm making comic books.
3. "You know the story, the reader doesn't"• In his comic book workshop class, David Mazzucchelli told us the secret to making good comics is that you, the writer and artist know the story and the reader doesn't.
• You are charged with revealing the narrative information in a method, sequence, pace and clarity for the reader to absorb.