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American political cartoon art | Roger A . kid who started the comics / R . F .
The young editorial cartoonists of America are just as ambiguous and confused
about the 1996 Presidential election as ... The top 100 winning cartoons are
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Author: Loren Lerner
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Category: Social Science
Depicting Canada’s Children is a critical analysis of the visual representation of Canadian children from the seventeenth century to the present. Recognizing the importance of methodological diversity, these essays discuss understandings of children and childhood derived from depictions across a wide range of media and contexts. But rather than simply examine images in formal settings, the authors take into account the components of the images and the role of image-making in everyday life. The contributors provide a close study of the evolution of the figure of the child and shed light on the defining role children have played in the history of Canada and our assumptions about them. Rather than offer comprehensive historical coverage, this collection is a catalyst for further study through case studies that endorse innovative scholarship. This book will be of interest to scholars in art history, Canadian history, visual culture, Canadian studies, and the history of children.
An Author, Title, and Illustrator Index to Books for Children and Young Adults.
Edgar le Voyant Gilles Gauthier. 1994 ... 9.95 (978-1 -55933-178-4(X)) Zino Pr.
Children's Bks. Editorial Cartoons by Kids 1996. Ed. by News Currents Editors.
Children's editions from Peachtree encompass award-winning frontlist illustrated
storybooks for younger readers as well as a ... New Orleans Architecture, the Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year, and the Clovis Crawfish series for Cajun kids.
Author: Jeff Herman
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
Category: Book editors
No other book gives aspiring authors the inside scoop on the names and specialties of acquisitions editors. This vital information makes all the difference when submitting a book proposal or manuscript by keeping writers of all genres on top of the rapidly changing world of publishing. Who's moved where, who's new to the scene, who's gone for good--it's all here in one big volume.
Editorial cartoons by kids / [ compiled by the editors of NewsCurrents ) .
1989Madison , Wis . : Knowledge Unlimited , 1989 . v . : ill . ; 15 x 23 cm . Annual .
Title from caption . Published by : Zino Press , < 1996- > . SUBSCRIPTION
A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.
... the editorial cartoon and soon most newspapers were publishing both single-
panel cartoons and multiple-panel comic strips, which ... In America, Rich- ard
Outcault's “Yellow Kid” (generally accepted as the first identifiable American
serial cartoon character, ... Chips, and Puck; and prose story papers (for early
teens), such as Gem (1907–39) and Magnet(1908– 40) (see Sabin 1996,
Author: Julia Round
Category: Literary Criticism
This book explores the connections between comics and Gothic from four different angles: historical, formal, cultural and textual. It identifies structures, styles and themes drawn from literary gothic traditions and discusses their presence in British and American comics today, with particular attention to the DC Vertigo imprint. Part One offers an historical approach to British and American comics and Gothic, summarizing the development of both their creative content and critical models, and discussing censorship, allusion and self-awareness. Part Two brings together some of the gothic narrative strategies of comics and reinterprets critical approaches to the comics medium, arguing for an holistic model based around the symbols of the crypt, the spectre and the archive. Part Three then combines cultural and textual analysis, discussing the communities that have built up around comics and gothic artifacts and concluding with case studies of two of the most famous gothic archetypes in comics: the vampire and the zombie.
Tizard ( 1996 ) ; Let's Get Growing : Twenty - Five Quick and Easy Gardening
Projects for Kids by Joel Rapp ( 1992 ) ; Let's Go Gardening : A Young Person's
Guide to the Garden by Ursula Kruger ( 1996 ) ; and Dinner from Dirt : Ten Meals
Author: M. Thomas Inge
Category: Popular culture
Contains fifty-eight articles that provide information about various forms, genres, or themes of popular culture, and includes illustrations, photo essays, a chronological survey of each topic's history, and a comprehensive index.
... art and architecture , photography , humor , sports , motivational and
inspirational titles , as well as children's books . ... Architecture , the Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year ( issued annually ) , and the Clovis Crawfish series for
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Author: Jeff Herman
Publisher: Prima Lifestyles
Category: Book editors
No other book gives aspiring authors the inside scoop on the names and interest areas of acquisition editors. This vital information makes all the difference when submitting a book proposal. Fully revised to keep on top of the rapidly changing publishing world, this guide includes information on the book acquisition process, literary agents, submission, ghost writing, and more.
Chicago: Open Court, 1996. Liddle ... America's Great Comic-Strip Artists: From
the Yellow Kid to Peanuts. New York: ... Minear, Richard H. Dr. Seuss Goes to
War: The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel. New York:
Author: Natsu Onoda Power
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Category: COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS
Cartoonist Osamu Tezuka (1928?1989) is the single most important figure in Japanese post-World War II comics. During his four-decade career, Tezuka published more than 150,000 pages of comics, produced animation films, wrote essays and short fiction, and earned a Ph.D. in medicine. Along with creating the character Astro Boy (Mighty Atom in Japan), he is best known for establishing story comics as the mainstream genre in the Japanese comic book industry, creating narratives with cinematic flow and complex characters. This style influenced all subsequent Japanese output. God of Comics chronicles Tezuka's life and works, placing his creations both in the cultural climate and in the history of Japanese comics. The book emphasizes Tezuka's use of intertextuality. His works are filled with quotations from other texts and cultural products, such as film, theater, opera, and literature. Often, these quoted texts and images bring with them a world of meanings, enriching the narrative. Tezuka also used stock characters and recurrent visual jokes as a way of creating a coherent world that encompasses all of his works. God of Comics includes close analysis of Tezuka's lesser-known works, many of which have never been translated into English. It offers one of the first in-depth studies of Tezuka's oeuvre to be published in English.