The Comics Since Organized by decade with biographical profiles and desciptions of different genres and themes The Comics forms a graphic survey of American culture since

  • Title: The Comics: Since 1945
  • Author: Brian Walker
  • ISBN: 9780810934818
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Organized by decade, with biographical profiles and desciptions of different genres and themes, The Comics forms a graphic survey of American culture since 1945.

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    1. For a novice, such as myself, it was a nice overview of post WWII comics. Someone more knowledgeable might have found it lacking. With a 2002 copyright, it's already out-of-date by a decade.Hightlights/Notes:1940s: The inaugral meeting of the Cartoonists Society was held March 1, 1946.Story strips, particularly adventure strips were very popular.Milton Caniff (Steve Canyon), Will Eisner (The Spirit), Chester Gould (Dick Tracy), Hal Foster (PRince Valiant), Roy Crane (Buz Sawyer), Harold Gray (Li [...]

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