Furthermore, the speech balloon
text, handwritten in most comics at this point, (6) was often typewritten in Mosaik.
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MDI's models which typically have a rounded shape, "a bit like a speech balloon
in a cartoon", include the Minicat urban vehicle, the Citycat for longer distances with an added tank for ethanol, diesel or bio-fuel and a taxi version.
The first figure is stiff-upper-lip silent, the second has a speech balloon
that declares, "I'll be so proud of you Jo when you get your degree and learn to be ashamed of me." For all the simplicity and transparency of the stereotypes, the work's immediacy and clarity reveal a tortuously convoluted relationship.
This has its ups and downs, ending with the brother refusing to cooperate with imposed activities, saying (in speech balloon
caps) "I AM NOT A CAT!" Nevertheless, the siblings enjoy viewing and renaming stars, and attending dance class, where big sister gets a gold star for being a great teacher to her brother (who is invited to attend dance class when he is older.
If you were to write a speech balloon
for his response, what would it say?
Invisibility is typically indicated by a radiating blorp of lines with a speech balloon
aimed at its center.
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This picture's speech balloon
gives you one of Lincoln's many comments about slavery.
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The TV's speech balloon
seems to be a news report on what topic?