This chapter was fairly interesting as it elaborates on the aspects of time and space in a comic book. I found it interesting when it talks about how time can be used in each frame to figure out the exact time each picture is moving in. When a frame looks simplified in a still time moment it can have an everlasting effect on how its angled or how it can become more detailed.
They go on into this idea by talking about how eye direction can tell a lot about how the reader chooses to see it. The book provides a test comic (pg. 105) that elaborates further into eye direction.
Lastly it ends off with it talking about “motion lines” which are the lines that can span sound, form movement, depictate dramatic movements, and go through speed of sound. America has been the founding father of its experimentation of its motion lines. Most of these were used a lot even today.