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Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
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Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
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Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
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Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008
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Childrens Lit1 Comics 2008

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Lecture on comics to a children's literature paper at Auckland University.

Lecture on comics to a children's literature paper at Auckland University.

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  • 1.  
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  • 4. “ The comics erode the most fundamental habits of humane, civilised living… and they erode them in the most vulnerable element of our society, our children… “ If we ban the comics we are reducing the chances of war and preventing the further perversion of the world’s children.” Bill Pearson letter to Landfall (March, 1955)
  • 5. “ There will be no attempt to give them serious consideration on aesthetic grounds, because they are simply not worth it.” Margaret Dalziel ‘ The Comics in New Zealand,’ Landfall (March, 1955)
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  • 7. Rodolphe Töpffer (Switzerland, 1799-1846), Histoire de M. Jabot (1833)
  • 8. Rodolphe Töpffer, L’Histoire d’Albert (1845)
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  • 10. R. F. Outcault (USA, 1863-1928), The Yellow Kid (1895-8)
  • 11. Wilhelm Busch (Germany, 1832-1908), Max und Moritz (1865)
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  • 13. Rudolph Dirks & Harold Knerr, The Katzenjammer Kids (1897-)
  • 14. Winsor McCay (USA, 1867-1934), Little Nemo in Slumberland (1905-1914)
  • 15. W. McCay, Gertie the Dinosaur (1914)
  • 16. George Herriman (USA, 1880-1944), Krazy Kat (1913-1944)
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  • 19. Roy Crane (USA, 1901-1977), Wash Tubbs & Captain Easy (1924-1933)
  • 20. Milton Caniff (USA, 1907-1988), Terry and the Pirates (1934-1946), 17 October 1943
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  • 25. Charles Schulz (USA, 1922-2000), Peanuts (1950-2000)
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  • 35. Art by Harvey Kurtzman
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  • 40. Harvey Kurtzman (wr.) and Will Elder (art), ‘Starchie,’ Mad (1954)
  • 41.  
  • 42. “ After Mad, drugs were nothing.” Patti Smith
  • 43. “ Comics were our booze.” Jules Feiffer
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  • 46. Seduction of the Innocent by Dr. Frederic Wertham (1954)
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  • 63. Akira Toriyama (Japan, 1955-), Dragonball (1984-1995)
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  • 65. CLAMP, Cardcaptor Sakura
  • 66. Shojo Shonen
  • 67. Rumiko Takahashi (Japan, 1957-), Ranma 1/2
  • 68. Crayon Shin-Chan (1992-) by Yoshito Usui
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  • 72. Junko Mizuno (Japan, 1973-)

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