- Title Pages
- Introduction Comics Are in Right Now
- Chapter 1 “It’s Perfect. It Looks Just Like the Book!”: Scott Pilgrim, Stylistic Remediation, and Transmedia Style
- Chapter 2 Camp, Verisimilitude, Noir, and Neon: The Historical Evolution towards Stylistic Remediation
- Chapter 3 The Dread of Sitting through Dailies that Look like Comic Strips: Graphical Remediation in <i>Dick Tracy</i> (1990) and the Remediation of the Multiframe in <i>Hulk</i> (2003)
- Chapter 4 “He Cared More about the Appeasement of Fanboys …”: Spatiotemporal Remediation in <i>300</i> (2006) and <i>Watchmen</i> (2009) and Textual Remediation in <i>American Splendor</i> (2003)
- Chapter 5 Derived from Comic Strip Graphics: Remediation beyond Comic Book Adaptations in <i>The Matrix</i> (1999), <i>The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly</i> (1966), and <i>The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born</i> (2007)
- Chapter 6 “There, That Looks Much Better”: The Joker, <i>Sin City</i>, <i>The Spirit</i>, and the Dialogical Process of Remediation
- Conclusion: Comics Are in Right Now?
- Panel to the Screen
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