Thought Bubbles in Cartoons

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    Lucas Timpe

    What is your recommendation on how thought bubbles should be treated in a cartoon vs. how dialogue is treated? We're having a hard time finding a specific guideline for this.


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    There is no specific guidelines related to thought bubbles. I would suggest using italics for the thoughts and formatting the same as dialog. If you are concerned that the reader won't understand you could put in a TN to explain that the italics represent thoughts rather than words.


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