volume 5, issue 3, P275-278 2010
DOI: 10.1177/1746847710390080
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Suzanne Buchan

Abstract: Dealing with a historical range of animation films spanning over a century, from Winsor McCay through early and mid-Disney to contemporary independent UK animation and comics-based works, on closer inspection this issue's articles reveal a shared interest in narrative aesthetics of animation, convergence, hybridity and in drawing. Erwin Feyersinger's 'Diegetic Short Circuits: Metalepsis in Animation' draws on literary theory, specifically narratology and metalepsis, that he suggests is 'a highly striking phen…

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