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SemanticWeb::Schema::ComicIssue - Individual comic issues are serially published as part of a larger series
Individual comic issues are serially published as part of a larger series. For the sake of consistency, even one-shot issues belong to a series comprised of a single issue. All comic issues can be uniquely identified by: the combination of the name and volume number of the series to which the issue belongs; the issue number; and the variant description of the issue (if any).
The primary artist for a work in a medium other than pencils or digital line art--for example, if the primary artwork is done in watercolors or digital paints.
A artist should be one of the following types:
The individual who adds color to inked drawings.
A colorist should be one of the following types:
The individual who traces over the pencil drawings in ink after pencils are complete.
A inker should be one of the following types:
The individual who adds lettering, including speech balloons and sound effects, to artwork.
A letterer should be one of the following types:
The individual who draws the primary narrative artwork.
A penciler should be one of the following types:
A description of the variant cover for the issue, if the issue is a variant printing. For example, "Bryan Hitch Variant Cover" or "2nd Printing Variant".
A variant_cover should be one of the following types:
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