Good Grief! Children and Comics
Tessler, Camila Z.
Haghanikar, Taraneh Matloob
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Publisher:Ohio State University. Libraries
Citation:Abate, Michelle Ann, and Joe Sutliff Sanders, eds. Good Grief! Children and Comics. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Libraries, 2016. PDF.
Published by the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum in partnership with The Ohio State University Libraries. With original essays examining everything from Little Nemo to Calvin and Hobbes, from Batman to the Lumberjanes, from Bone to Maus, Children's Comics, Past and Present is your online introduction to the larger questions and contexts of the groundbreaking new exhibit at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.
1. How Comics Became Kids' Stuff, Joe Sutliff Sanders. -- 2. "Let's Go Exploring!": Illustrating Childhood Development in Calvin and Hobbes, James Curtis. -- 3. Traumatic Origins: Orphanhood and the Superhero, Jennifer Duggan. -- 4. Striking Camp: Empowerment and Re-Presentation in Lumberjanes, Kyle Eveleth. -- 5. The Great American Graphic Novel: Jeff Smith's Bone and Its Influences, Annette Wannamaker. -- 6. There Are Some Things You Can't Fix with a Magic Wand: Politics in Children's Comics, Camila Z. Tessler. -- 7. The Character in the Mask: An Analysis of Mask in Art Spiegelman's Maus, Taraneh Matloob Haghanikar.
Published in partnership with the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.
Rights:Copyright 2016, all rights held by the authors
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