Digital Mirrors: Graphic Novels and Panel View

Panel view! Or sometimes Panel Mag (panel magnification). It’s something to do with digital graphic novels, but just what is it? How does it work, and what does it want from us? The ebooks team’s resident graphic novel maestro and baron-portraitist Giulia Rossi explains in the following informational pamphlet:



... switch to panel view to zoom in on a single scene

And navigate smoothly between panels



If you would like to try panel view out for yourself*, here’s a selection of titles that use it. Click on a title to read the synopsis and find out more about Penguin Random House’s portfolio of graphic novels, available from good online retailers.

The Red Virgin and the Vision of Utopia by Bryan and Mary Talbot
Stan and Nan by Sarah Lippett
Paradise Lost by Pablo Auladell
The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil by Stephen Collins

For more in the way of graphic novelry, head on over to Jonathan Cape Graphic Novels.

*Panel view is only available on selected devices, so it might be best to download a sample before making a purchase.

Article Name
Digital Mirrors - Graphic Novels and Panel View
Giulia Rossi writes about panel view, a feature in ebooks allowing readers to scroll through comics and graphic novels panel by panel.
Publisher Name
Penguin Random House

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