Scott McCloud

cartoonist and comics theorist

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American cartoonist and comics theorist, born Scott McLeod

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Writer and illustrator Scott McCloud goes back to creating comics with his first graphic novel, The Sculptor.

Scott McCloud: The Sculptor

Writer and illustrator Scott McCloud goes back to creating comics with his first graphic novel, The Sculptor.

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