BodyWorld chapter 8 (2008), panels 291-296. Dash Shaw.
It's Dash Shaw's turn in the spotlight over at my Robot 6 column this week. Mostly I talked about in-panel sequencing, specifically the way Shaw will superimpose two images over one another in the same panel space. That's something I think a lot of artosts will probably start picking up on in the coming years, especially in webcomics, where you can actually get an image to occupy the same space that a different one did a second earlier. Other topics covered include sequencing of comics elements besides panels, the inescapability of sequence in telling comics stories, and more of the sense-experience-via-comics probing I did last week in my Guido Crepax column. I've heard Shaw's a Crepax fan, actually, and come to think of it that might be what he's reading him to pick up. It certainly isn't a drawing thing, because those guys draw about as different as possible. Though they both draw pretty great.
Anyway, go read it; I think it is pretty good.