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Comic books and the cold war, 1946-1962 essays on graphic treatment of communism, the code and social concerns

"Close analysis of individual titles--from atomic anxieties and the nuclear family to communist hysteria and social inequalities--manifests itself in the comic books of the era. By illuminating the complexities of mid-century graphic novels, this study demonstrates that postwar popular culture was far from monolithic in its representation of American values and beliefs"--Provided by publisher.

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  • ""Close analysis of individual titles--from atomic anxieties and the nuclear family to communist hysteria and social inequalities--manifests itself in the comic books of the era. By illuminating the complexities of mid-century graphic novels, this study demonstrates that postwar popular culture was far from monolithic in its representation of American values and beliefs""
  • ""Close analysis of individual titles, including EC comics, Superman, romance comics, and other, more obscure works, reveals the ways Cold War culture -- from atomic anxieties and the nuclear family to communist hysteria and social inequalities -- manifests itself in the comic books of the era. By illuminating the complexities of mid-century graphic novels, this study demonstrates that postwar popular culture was far from monolithic in its representation of American values and beliefs"--Provided by publisher."
  • ""Close analysis of individual titles--from atomic anxieties and the nuclear family to communist hysteria and social inequalities--manifests itself in the comic books of the era. By illuminating the complexities of mid-century graphic novels, this study demonstrates that postwar popular culture was far from monolithic in its representation of American values and beliefs"--Provided by publisher."
  • ""Close analysis of individual titles--from atomic anxieties and the nuclear family to communist hysteria and social inequalities--manifests itself in the comic books of the era. By illuminating the complexities of mid-century graphic novels, this study demonstrates that postwar popular culture was far from monolithic in its representation of American values and beliefs"--Provided by publisher."@en

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  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Caricatures and cartoons"@en
  • "Caricatures and cartoons"
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  • "Comic books and the Cold War, 1946-1962 : essays on graphic treatment of communism, the Code and social concerns"
  • "Comic books and the Cold War, 1946-1962 : essays on graphic treatment of communism, the code and social concerns"
  • "Comic books and the cold war, 1946-1962 essays on graphic treatment of communism, the code and social concerns"@en
  • "Comic books and the cold war, 1946-1962 essays on graphic treatment of communism, the code and social concerns"
  • "Comic books and the Cold War : 1946 - 1962 ; essays on graphic treatment of communism, the code and social concerns"
  • "Comic books and the Cold War 1946-1962 : essays on graphic treatment of communism, the code and social concerns"