The Comics

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Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1947 - 364 ページ
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This trailblazing survey of an art form preferred by the masses was the pioneer study of the subject. It shows the evolution and subgenres of the comics from The Yellow Kid in 1895 through the first decade of the modern comic book in the 1940s.

First published in 1947 and long out of print, this is considered by diehard aficionados of the comics as the best book ever written on the subject, and not just because it was the first. In this far-reaching study Coulton Waugh set down information that is now common lore, that the comics are revealing reflectors of society. For general readers and scholars alike, this new edition has a comprehensive index and an introduction by M. Thomas Inge, the notable scholar of popular culture and author of Comics as Culture.

  

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IN THE BEGINNING I
1
THE ROAD TO THE SHRINE
16
THE OLD MASTERS
25
MORE OLD MASTERS
43
OF KATS AND ART
57
THE YEARS OF REAL SPORT
63
EVERY MANS ART
80
FAMILY TREES
100
A WELL BALANCED PAGE
167
HEMEN HAIL
192
THE THIRD AND FOURTH DIMENSIONS
208
THE STARSTARTLED MANNER
247
TERRY AND THE PALOOKA
264
THE SMART SET
290
WE STILL LAUGH
304
COMIC BOOKS
333

THE KIDS
115
THE GIRLIE GIRLIES
133
WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE
151

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