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In terms of both words and images, the American comic book had a tremendous impact on popular culture. Comics could be funny and cute, or they could be bizarre, morbid, risque, violent, and...

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This edition of book was issued in Hardcover. The volume of the ebook is 230 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition).

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The Classic Era of American Comics
ISBN13
9780809299669
Edition Format
Hardcover
Book Language
English
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230 pages
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Description of "The Classic Era of American Comics"

In terms of both words and images, the American comic book had a tremendous impact on popular culture. Comics could be funny and cute, or they could be bizarre, morbid, risque, violent, and bursting with the subconscious desires of youth culture. This is a celebration of the golden era of American comics and the wonderful art and stories it produced.This volume takes a loo In terms of both words and images, the American comic book had a tremendous impact on popular culture.

Comics could be funny and cute, or they could be bizarre, morbid, risque, violent, and bursting with the subconscious desires of youth culture. This is a celebration of the golden era of American comics and the wonderful art and stories it produced.This volume takes a look at the pioneers of the comic book and the industry's founding connections with sleazy pulp magazines; the campaign for censorship in the fifties; the unstable and oftentimes unfair relationship between artists and publishers - how comic artist's work wasn't considered art at the time; and, of course, the exciting comics themselves. - By the mid-fifties, more than 500 different comics were being published by 35 companies, selling more than 60 million copies among them - All of the genres are covered in this comprehensive title - superheroes, westerns, crime, horror, war, science fiction, girl comics, animal characters, and more - Vibrantly illustrated with more than 400 stunning color images and includes a foreword by Joe Kubert, editor of Sgt.

Rock, illustrator of Hawkman, and producer of Fax from Sarajevo

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