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7 Jun Comic Book Markup Language, or CBML, is an XML vocabulary for encoding multiform documents that are variously called comics, comic.
Comics, Quizzes, & Stories" title="The Oatmeal - Comics, Quizzes, title="The Perry Bible Fellowship" type="rss" xmlUrl="http:// www.v-lang.eu" htmlUrl="www.v-lang.eu"/>.
Description:A large corpus of digitized comic books, along with encoded transcriptions and descriptive metadata, would allow scholars to search the text of comic books, search for keywords related to topics of interest, search for the appearance of particular characters, or search for works by particular writers and artists. Additionally, when exploited to its full potential, a large CBML collection would allow searching — and other forms of computer processing and computational analysis — based on structural, aesthetic, and informational and documentary features peculiar to the genre of comic books. For instance, major characters like Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and Wolverine appear regularly in multiple titles. One will even find publishers occasionally cooperating to merge their fictional universes and publish works that feature, for instance, Superman from DC and Spider-Man from Marvel. Therefore, a scholar researching the development and representation of a particular character cannot confine herself to a small number of publications, but must consider almost the full output of a publisher or even multiple publishers. From , Superman vs.