Federico Fellini's first solo film, The White Sheik (1952), tells the tale of a woman obsessed with what the Italians call fumetti, sort of comic books but made with actual photographs and takes the opportunity of her honeymoon to meet the star of her favorite, the titular Sheik. Hilarity ensues.
While the fumetti books themselves have gone the way of the buffalo, there have been many great examples of the form in the webcomic era, such as A Softer World, and as we mention in this week's Lost in Criterion, Pat and my first internet projects together were a variation on the form. Since Pat said that he'd like to see some of those early photo comics put up, I've uploaded one called Canuck's Enough documenting the time over a decade ago where two young friends making questionable hair decisions went to Canada for lunch.
So enjoy that?