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International.
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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International.
   Comic Library International. -- Pittsburgh, PA : Comic
   Library International, . -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- "The best in
   independent comics." -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 5 (2000). -- Call
   no.: PN6720.C57
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"International Airlines has Decided upon a Beauty Contest"*
   (Sky Girl) / art: Matt Baker. 6 p. in Jumbo Comics, no. 91
   (Sept. 1946). -- Data from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics
   Database Project. -- Call no.: Film 15791r.103
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International Animation Film Program.
   Newfangled Contraption : International Animation Film
   Program, May 1, 2, 3, 1987. -- 12 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. --
   Title from cover. -- From the nature of the advertising
   material, this film program, featuring mainly Japanese
   animation, was held in Southeastern Michigan.
   1. Animated films--Congresses. 2. Animated
   films--Japan--Congresses. I. International Animation Film
   Program. Call no.: PN1993.4.N4 1987
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International Appeal.
   "Elfquest Here, There & Everywhere" p. 75-77 in The
   Elfquest Gatherum (Stamford, CT : Fantagraphics Books,
   1981). -- "Elfquest is no longer solely and American
   phenomenon. Here's proof of its international appeal." --
   Call no.: PN6725.E45G3 1981
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International artists.
   Index entry (p. 96) in Bonzer : Australian Comics
   1900-1990s, edited by Annette Kay Shiell (Melbourne : Elgua
   Media, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6790.A8 S47 1998
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"International Aspects of the American Anti-Comic Book
   Crusade" / Leonard Rifas. p. 96-98 in The Comics Journal,
   no. 221 (Mar. 2000). -- (Beyond the Grid) -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.221
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International Association for Direct Distribution, Inc.

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International Association for Direct Distribution, Inc. : file
   of promotional material and miscellany. -- 1 portfolio :
   ill. ; 25 x 38 cm. -- Collected at Michigan State
   University in the Russel B. Nye Popular Culture
   Collection's Popular Culture Vertical File (PCVF).
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--Publication and distribution.
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International Association for Direct Distribution.
   "Adult Comics Confronted" p. 24 in The Comics Journal, no.
   141 (Apr. 1991) -- (Newswatch : Miscellanea) -- IADD
   conference.
   1. International Association for Direct Distribution. 2.
   Publication and distribution of comics. Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.141
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International Association for Direct Distribution.
   "Diamond's Steve Geppi Elected IADD VP" p. 25 (Comics
   Journal #125 October 1988)
   1. Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. 2. Geppi, Steve. 3.
   International Association of Direct Distributors. 4.
   Publication and distribution of comics. Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.125
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International Association for Direct Distribution.
   "I.A.D.D. Conference" p. 34-35 in The Comics Journal, no.
   157 (Mar. 1993) -- (Newswatch). -- International
   Association for Direct Distribution met Jan. 17-18, 1993,
   in New Orleans. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.157
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International Association for Direct Distribution.
   "IADD Elects new Executive Board" (Newswatch: Miscellaneous
   News) p. 30 in The Comics Journal, no. 167 (Apr. 1994)
   1. International Association for Direct Distribution. 2.
   Direct distribution of comics. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.167
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International Bibliography of Comics Literature. Bibliographie
   der Internationalen Literature uber Comics / Wolfgang
   Kempkes. -- New York : R.R. Bowker, 1971. -- 213 p. : ill.
   ;22 cm. -- English and German. -- Includes indexes.
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--Bibliography. I. Kempkes,
   Wolfgang. II. Bibliographie der Internationalen Literatur
   uber Comics. Call no.:Z5956.C6K45
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International Bibliography of Comics Literature. Bibliographie
   der Internationalen Literature uber Comics / Wolfgang
   Kempkes. -- Detroit : Gale Research, 1971. -- 213 p. : ill.
   ; 22 cm. -- English and German. -- Includes indexes.
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--Bibliography. I. Kempkes,
   Wolfgang. II. Bibliographie der Internationalen Literatur
   uber Comics. Call no.:Z5956.C6K45 1971
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International Bibliography of Comics Literature.
   Bibliographie der Internationalen Literatur uber Comics.
   International Bibliography of Comics Literature. -- 2.
   verb. Aufl. -- New York : R.R. Bowker, 1974. -- 293 p. :
   ill. ; 21 cm.
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--Bibliography. I. Kempkes,
   Wolfgang. II. International Bibliography of Comics
   Literature. Call no.: Z5956.C6K45 1974
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International Bob / by Terry LaBan. -- Seattle, Wash. :
   Fantagraphics Books, 1993. -- 78 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. --
   Originally appeared in Unsupervised Existence, in
   mini-comic format beginning in 1987. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.L15 I5 1993
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The International Book of Comics / Denis Gifford. -- New York
   : Crescent Books, 1984. -- 256 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 33
   cm. -- Includes index.
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--History and criticism. I.
   Gifford, Denis. Call no.: PN6710f.G5 1984
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International Book of Comics--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 238) in Ron Goulart's Great History of
   Comic Books (Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1986). Call no.:
   PN6725.G635 1986
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International Business Machines Corporation.
   The New Teen Titans : presented by the IBM Corporation in
   cooperation with the National Federation of Parents for
   Drug-Free Youth and the President's Drug Awareness Campaign
   / Marv Wolfman, story ; Joey Cavalieri, script ; Adrian
   Gonzales, pencils ; Joe Giella & R. Villagran, inks. -- New
   York : DC Comics, 1983. -- 28 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Title from cover.
   1. Drug abuse--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Superhero
   comics. I. International Business Machines Corporation. II.
   National Federation of Parents for a Drug-Free Youth. III.
   President's Drug Awareness Campaign. IV. Wolfman, Marv. V.
   Cavalieri, Joey. IV. Gonzales, Adrian. V. Giella, Joe. VI.
   Villagran, R. Call no.: PN6728.5.D3N44 1983
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International Cartoon Festival Budapest '90.
   Nemzetkozi Vigyor : International Cartoon Festival Budapest
   '90. -- 56 p. : ill. ; 34 cm. -- Introductory material in
   Hungarian and English. -- Convention program. -- Call no.:
   NC1302.N4 1990
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International Cartoon Festival, East-West (2nd : Istanbul,
   Turkey, 2000)
   "Comic Art: Some Global Issues" / John A. Lent. p. 3-8 in
   International Journal of Comic Art, v. 3, no. 1 (Spring
   2001). -- Editorial, a speech delivered to the II.
   International Cartoon Festival, East-West, Yeni Yüksektepe,
   Istanbul, Turkey, Nov. 25, 2000. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.3no.1
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International Citizens Organization.
   "Ace of the A-Bomb Patrol" (Captain Wings) / art: Bob
   Lubbers. 10 p. in Wings Comics, no. 94 (June 1948). --
   Title from cover. -- Villains are The International
   Citizens Organization (including Lew, Mac, Anton, Philena)
   who are all introduced here and all die. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791r.82
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International Comic Arts Festival

Scholarly conference held annually in the Washington (D.C.) area. Usually referred to as "ICAF," which initials earlier stood for International Comics and Animation Festival
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"International Comic Arts Festival, 1999" / Larry Rodman with
   Michael Rhode. p. 24-26 in The Comics Journal, no. 217
   (Nov. 1999). -- (News Watch) -- Report on the festival,
   held Sept. 16-19, 1999, in Washington, D.C. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.217
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International Comic Arts Festival (6th : 2000)
   "An Introduction to ICAF : the International Comic Arts
   Festival" / Mark D. Nevins. p. 253-254 in Expo 2000
   (Bethesda, Maryland : The Expo, 2000). -- Call no.:
   PN6705.U5S6 2000
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International Comic Arts Festival (6th : 2000)
   "Voices from ICAF : an Art Form on the Horizon" / Michael
   Rhode. p. 25-29 in The Comics Journal, no. 228 (Nov. 2000).
   -- (Newswatch) -- Report on discussions at the 6th annual
   International Comic Arts Festival (Bethsda, Md., Sept.
   14-16, 2000). Includes a program of events, and photographs
   of Dean Haspiel, Renee French, Brian Ralph, Mark Nevins,
   Gene Kannenberg, Kim Deitch, Bill Griffith, Charles
   Hatfield, Joseph Witek, Will Eisner, Jeff Smith, Jason
   Little, and Craig Thompson. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.228
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International Comic Arts Festival (2001)
   "Bay Area : Left Coast Expo Defines Community in Time of
   Crisis" p. 102 in The Comics Journal, no. 238 (Oct. 2001).
   -- Discusses reactions to the cancellation of SPX/ICAF due
   to terrorist attacks. -- (Newswatch) -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.238
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International Comic Arts Festival (2001)
   "New York: Impromptu SP-Xiles Event Raises Funds for
   Charity" p. 101 in The Comics Journal, no. 238 (Oct. 2001).
   -- Discusses reactions to the cancellation of SPX/ICAF due
   to terrorist attacks. -- (Newswatch) -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.238
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International Comic Arts Festival (2001)
   "SPX/ICAF Cancelled in Wake of Terrorist Attacks on New
   York and Washington DC" p. 100 in The Comics Journal, no.
   238 (Oct. 2001). -- (Newswatch) -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.238
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International Comic Arts Festival (2002)
   "ICAF 2002 : Subjective Impressions from a Jam-Packed
   Weekend" / by Larry Rodman, with assistance by Michael
   Rhode. p. 18-20 in The Comics Journal, no. 248 (Nov. 2002).
   -- (Newswatch) -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.248
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International Comic Arts Festival (10th : 2005 : Washington,
   D.C.)
   "International Comic Art Festival" / Aaron Kashtan. p.
   586-587 in International Journal of Comic Art, v. 8, no. 1
   (Spring/Summer 2006). -- (Exhibition Reviews) -- Reviews
   the conference held Oct. 13-15 at the Library of Congress,
   Washington, D.C. -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.8no.1
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International Comic Arts Festival (10th : 2005 : Washington,
   D.C.)
   ICAF : the Tenth Annual International Comic Arts Festival.
   -- 20 p. ; 22 cm. -- Conference program for the event held
   at the Library of Congress, October 13-15, 2005. -- Guest
   biographies of: Bob Andelman, Fang Cheng, Andrew D. Cooke,
   Jon B. Cooke, R. Fiore, Paul Grist, Benjamin Herzberg,
   Kevin (Kal) Kallaugher, Harry Katz, John A. Lent, Jerry
   Robinson, Ann Telnaes, and Tom Toles. -- Abstracts of
   papers by: Jose Alaniz, Noelle Paulson Bradley, Isaac
   Cates, Adam Cathcart, Alisia Chase, Mercedes Diaz, Clark
   Farmer, Ryan Holmberg, Christine Hong, Cathy Leaker,
   Nhu-Hoa Nguyen, Hector Fernández, Pedro Pérez del Solar,
   Ernesto Priego, Shawn Saler, Deborah Shamoon, Joel Vessels,
   Michael Wenthe, and Benjamin Woo. -- ICAF committee
   biographies of: Stanford Carpenter, Cécile Danehy, Craig
   Fischer, Charles Hatfield, Ana Merino, Jeffrey A. Miller,
   Mark Nevins, Marc Singer, and Guy Spielmann. -- Unofficial
   compact disc sound recording with partial proceedings laid
   in. -- Call no.: PN6702.I47 2005
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International Comics.
   Index entry (p. 300) in The Comic-Book Book, ed. by Don
   Thompson & Dick Lupoff (Krause Publications, 1998). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.T5 1998
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International Comics.
   Index entry (p. 33) in A History of Underground Comics / by
   Mark James Estren. 3rd ed. (Berkeley, Calif. : Ronin,
   1993). Call no.: PN6725.E75 1993
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International Comics.
   Index entry (p. 154) in Panel by Panel : A History of
   Australian Comics, by John Ryan (Stanmore, NSW : Cassell
   Australia, 1979). -- Index by John Melloy. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.A8R9
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International Comics.
   "Screaming Metal" p. 58-84 in The Comics Journal, no. 94
   (Oct. 1984) -- Data from Pete Coogan. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.94
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International Comics and Animation Festival

Usually referred to as "ICAF," which initials later came to mean International Comic Arts Festival.
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International Comics and Animation Festival (2nd : 1996)
   Dimitri : a Pilgrim in the Gulag / Alan Farrell. -- 16
   leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Date from program book of The
   second annual International Comics and Animation Festival,
   Washington, DC, Sept. 26-29, 1996. This paper about the
   work of Dimitri (Guy Mouminoux) was delivered on Saturday,
   Sept. 28. -- Call no.: PN6745.F26 1996
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International Comics and Animation Festival (2nd : 1996)
   "Georgetown Set to Host International Festival" p. 15 in
   The Comics Journal, no. 188 (July 1996) (Newswatch) --
   Second International Comics and Animation Festival,
   Washington, D.C., Sept. 26-28, 1996.
   1. Conventions and congresses. 2. International Comics and
   Animation Festival (Washington, D.C. : 1996) Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.188
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International Comics and Animation Festival (2nd : 1996)
   The Second Annual International Comics and Animation
   Festival, Washington, DC, September 26-29, 1996. --
   Washington, D.C., 1996. -- 8 p. ; 22 cm. -- Program book.
   -- Poster and handouts (total 4 leaves) laid in. -- Call
   no.: PN6702 .I47 1996
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International Comics and Animation Festival (2nd : 1996)
   "Social Studies : European Comics and the International
   Comics and Animation Festival" / by Larry Rodman. p. 29-34
   in The Comics Journal, no. 191 (Nov. 1996) --
   (International)
   1. International Comics and Animation Festival (Washington,
   D.C. : 1996) I. Rodman, Larry. II. European Comics and the
   International Comics and Animation Festival. k. Conventions
   and congresses. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.191
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International Comics and Animation Festival (3rd : 1997)
   "Hardly Bullshit" / Jeff Miller. p. 5, 8 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 206 (Aug. 1998). -- (Blood & Thunder) -- Takes
   exception to coverage of his presentation at the
   International Comics and Animation Festival. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.206
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International Comics and Animation Festival (3rd : 1997)
   "The Third Annual International Comics and Animation
   Festival" / Larry Rodman. p. 25-31 in The Comics Journal,
   no. 199 (Oct. 1997). -- (News Watch) -- Con held Sept.
   18-20, in Washington, D.C. (Georgetown University), and
   Silver Springs, Md. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.199
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Actus Tragicus (Israel) : Guest Artists" p. 35-36 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Describes a presentation at the Fourth International Comics
   and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998), by Rutu Modan,
   Yirmi Pinkus, Mira Friedmann, Batia Kolton and Itzik
   Rennert. Includes photograph of three of the artists. --
   Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Amok (France) : Guest Artists" p. 34 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes
   a presentation by Yvan Alagbé and Olivier Marboef at the
   Fourth International Comics and Animation Festival (Sept.
   24-27, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Comics Museums" p. 30 in The Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov.
   1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes presentations at the
   Fourth International Comics and Animation Festival (Sept.
   24-27, 1998): Jean-Pierre Mercier (French National Comics
   Museum) ; Mort Walker and Abby Brennan Roeloffs
   (International Museum of Cartoon Art) ; Fiona Russell
   (Words and Pictures Museum) -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Comics at the Margins" p. 33-34 in The Comics Journal, no.
   208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes presentations
   at the Fourth International Comics and Animation Festival
   (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Jose Alaniz ("Towards a History of a
   Stalled Medium : Comics in Russia") ; Tom Furtwangler ("The
   Shadow Industry : Health Education Comics and Fotonovelas")
   ; Michael Rhode ("Hermann Faber : Civil War Medical
   Illustrator as One-Time Caricaturist") -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Comics, Transgression and Cultural Argument" p. 32 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Describes presentations at the Fourth International Comics
   and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Alvise Mattozzi
   ("A Socio-Semiotic Analysis of the Underground Comix") ;
   Libbie McQuillan ("Tradition and Transgression : The
   Laughter of Claire Brétecher") ; Heather Sinclair ("Julie
   Doucet's Dirty Plotte : Reflections of a Fan, a Female, and
   a Fellow Artist") -- Call no.: PN6700.C 62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Difference and Stereotyping in Comics" p. 28-29 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Describes presentations at the Fourth International Comics
   and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Dorothy Betz:
   ("Asterix on the Road : Why Foreigners are Funny") ;
   William H. Foster ("The Changing Image of Blacks in Comics,
   1890s-1990s") ; Anne N. Thalheimer on Roberta Gregory and
   Alison Bechdel ("What Does a White Dyke Write Like?") ;
   John Lent ("Comic Art of Asia : An Invisible Giant
   Awakening") -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Dylan Horrocks on New Zealand Comics : Guest Artist" p. 36
   in The Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch)
   -- Describes a presentation at the Fourth International
   Comics and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998). -- Call
   no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "The Fourth International Comics and Animation Festival : A
   Ground-Level Report" / by Larry Rodman. p. 28-36 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Held September 24-27, 1998 in Bethesda, Maryland.
   Illustrated report describes presentations by scholars and
   and guest artists. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Max (Spain) : Guest of Honor" p. 36 in The Comics Journal,
   no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes a
   presentation at the Fourth International Comics and
   Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998), with moderator Mark
   Nevins. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "New Voices in Comics 1998 : A Roundtable" p. 216-237 in
   International Journal of Comic Art, v. 1, no. 2 (Fall
   1999). -- Transcribes a discussion at the 1998
   International Comic Arts Festival in Bethesda, Md.
   Moderator is Mark Nevins, and participants are Megan Kelso,
   James Kochalka, Scott Gilbert, Dylan Horrocks, and Tom Hart
   ; transcribed by Rich Pettus. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.1no.2
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "1972-97, 25 Years of Innovation in French Comics" p. 34-35
   in The Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch)
   -- Describes a presentation at the Fourth International
   Comics and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998), by
   Jean-Pierre Mercier of the French National Museum of
   Comics. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Questions of Reading and Audience" p. 29-30 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes
   presentations at the Fourth International Comics and
   Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Jonathan Frome on
   Scott McCloud ("Identification in Comics") ; John F. Ronan
   on Gilles Deleuze and underground comics ("Deleuze and
   Comics : Image, Repetition, Representation, Series) ;
   Joseph Witek ("American Comics Discourse : A Historical
   Survey") -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Recovering History in Comics and Cartoons" p. 31-32 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Describes presentations at the Fourth International Comics
   and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Bart Beaty
   ("Wertham on Hamlet") ; Randall Clark on early Mickey Mouse
   shorts ("The Mouse and the Movies") ; Ana Merino on Little
   Orphan Annie and Little Lulu ("Two Little Girls and Their
   Ideological Perspectives") -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Slim (Algeria/France) : Guest Artist" p. 30-31 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Describes a presentation at the Fourth International Comics
   and Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998). -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "Strip Core (Slovenia) : Guest Artists" p. 32-33 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) --
   Describes a presentation by Jakob Klemencic and Igor
   Prassel at the Fourth International Comics and Animation
   Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics and Animation Festival (4th : Bethesda,
   Md. : 1998)
   "The World of Arab Comics" p. 30 in The Comics Journal, no.
   208 (Nov. 1998). -- (News Watch) -- Describes a
   presentation at the Fourth International Comics and
   Animation Festival (Sept. 24-27, 1998): Allen Douglas and
   Fedwa Malti-Douglas ("Between Children's Literature and
   Adult Politics") -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.208
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International Comics Awards.
   "Howard Chaykin, Milton Caniff honored at international
   convention" p. 23 (Comics Journal #111 September 1986) --
   Data from Pete Coogan.
   k. Chaykin, Howard--Miscellanea. k. Caniff, Milton Arthur,
   1907- --Miscellanea. k. Conventions and congresses. k.
   International Comics Awards. k. Awards. Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.111
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International Comix Dept.
   "The Adventures of P.C. Frank" 1 p. in Heavy Tragi-Comics
   (Berkeley, Calif : Print Mint, 1969). -- (International
   Comix Dept.) -- "P.C. Frank is a strip which appears in
   flier form on the streets of London's Notting Hill Gate...
   by Dave Webster." -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7H4
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International Commerce.
   "From Many Lands" 1 p. in All American Men of War, no. 90
   (Mar./Apr. 1962). -- Page about international commerce,
   "published as a public service in cooperation with the
   National Social Welfare Assembly, coordinating organization
   for national health, welfare and recreation agencies of the
   U.S." -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3A4no.90
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International Communication and Popular Culture.
   Asian Popular Culture / edited by John A. Lent. --  Boulder
   : Westview Press, 1995. -- 232 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. --
   (International Communication and Popular Culture) --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. Comics
   contents: "Cartooning in Sri Lanka : a precarious tightrope
   act" / Leonard Rifas ; "Sexism in Japanese weekly comic
   magazines for men" / Kinko Ito ; "Sanmao : classic cartoons
   and Chinese popular culture" / Mary Ann Farquhar ;
   "Immortal picture-stories : comic art in early Indian art"
   / Aruna Rao. -- Call no.: DS12.A7355 1995
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International Communication Association.
   Collecting Comic Books : a study of the fan and curatorial
   consumption / Keith Murphy, Jonathan David Tankel, James
   Smead. -- 26 p. ; 28 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- Presented to the annual conference of the
   International Communication Association at Miami, FL on May
   23, 1992. -- "This is a work in progress. Permission must
   be secured for any use of this research report." -- Call
   no.: PN6725.M816C56 1992
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International Conference on Culture and Communication (7th :
   Philadelphia, Penn. : 1989)
   Re-Creating Vietnam : A Semiotic Analysis of The 'Nam, a
   Comic Book Representation of the War / Amy J. Kiste (Amy
   Kiste Nyberg). -- 26 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Paper presented
   at the 7th International Conference on Culture and
   Communication, Philadelphia, PA, October 5-7, 1989. --
   Includes bibliographical references. -- Subjects: Vietnam
   war in comics, war comics. -- Call no.: PN6725.N88R4 1989
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International Congress of Comics (New York : Apr. 1972)
   "The First American International Congress of Comics" / by
   Jean Pierre Dionnet. p. 18-19 in Graphic Story World, v. 2,
   no. 3 (Sept. 1972). -- Report on the first "Congress of
   Comics of New York" (April 25-28?, 1972) illustrated with
   photographs, and a list of awards presented. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.K9G7v.2no.3
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International Congress of Comics (New York : Apr. 1972)
   --Miscellanea.
   Index entry to Cartoonist Profiles, no. 15 (Sept. 1972), p.
   4, 10, 65-67 -- Data from R.C. Harvey.
   1. Conventions and congresses. I. International Congress of
   Comics. Call no.: NC1300.C35no.
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International Conspiracies.
   "Enter the Zulu" (Zwanna, Son of Zulu) / Nabile P. Hage,
   writer, creator, editor in chief ; John Ruiz, penciller,
   background inks ; Erik Myers, inker ; Steve Roman,
   letterer-colorist. 26 p. in Zwanna, Son of Zulu, no. 1
   (Apr./May 1993). -- Summary: Eighteen year old Prince
   Zwanna enrolls at BASU (Black American State University),
   where his brother King Siafa has sent him for his royal
   education. At registration he meets a classmate named
   Stefani Stoul, and in class the next day he asks her out.
   Another classmate hears Zwanna's definition of ethics in
   class ("we kill our enemies"), and reports Zwanna to Wilma
   Femse, chief of the Focal Spy Company (FSC). FCS is
   apparently part of an international conspiracy that King
   Siafra warned him Zwanna about. The other three agents of
   FSC are called the Black Widows, named Georgina Shrubs,
   Rhoda Rayban, and Jamie Carter. All four are white
   transvestites. That night Zwanna's "Zulu sense" wakes him
   and he rushes out to find three white thugs beating up a
   black couple. One thung has a Hitler moustache, one has a
   swastika tattoo, and one wears a Confederate flag. All
   three are skinheads. Zwanna shouts the word "Zhaab!" and is
   transformed into a near-naked warrior with a spear and
   necklaces. The thugs are quickly killed. In the office of
   the Black Widows, the four transvestites make plans to
   catch Zwanna, focusing on his radicalism and his sexuality.
   In an office closet they have the corpse of W.R. Tolbert of
   Liberia. Soon Zwanna is kidnapped and chained for their
   admiration, and Stefani is brought out and threatened. This
   is too much, Stefani faints, and Zwanna shouts "Zhaab!"
   This gives him the power to rip the chains from the
   concrete and kill three of the transvestites. He then
   shouts "Chaka!" which enables him to leap ahead of the
   final transvestite and kill him. Zwanna picks up the
   unconscious Stefani and heads for home. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.6.D35Z9no.1
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International Convention of Comic Art (1968 : New York, N.Y.)
   International Convention of Comic Art Program. -- New York
   : Society for Comic Art Research and Preservation, 1968. --
   40 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Title from back cover.
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--Congresses. I. International
   Convention of Comic Art (1968 : New York, N.Y.)  Call no.:
   PN6702.I5 1968
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International Cooperation.
   The Knowhow Book of Detection / Judy Hindley and Donald
   Rumbelow ; illustrated by Colin King. -- London : Usborne,
   1978. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- (The Knowhow Books)
   -- Educational comic introduces the basic elements of crime
   detection, including searching for fingerprints,
   interviewing witnesses, using clues, collecting evidence,
   and international cooperation. -- Call no.: HV8073.8.H5
   1978
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International Corben Calendar.
   1986 International Corben Calendar. -- New York : Catalan
   Communications, 1985. -- 12 leaves : col. ill. ; 49 cm. --
   Title from cover.
   I. Corben, Richard. II. International Corben Calendar. Call
   no.: PN6727.C65I5 1985
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International Corporations.
   "I Sued a Huge International Corporation"* (Free for All,
   Mar. 10, 1999) / by Brett Merhar. -- Summary: John Daly
   asks where Clay got the 50 grand for the golf bet, and Clay
   says he made it the American way. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawsuits"
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International Cowgirl Magazine. -- Plymouth, MI :
   Iconographics, 1992- . -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- By Mark
   Ricketts. -- Alternative genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no.
   1-2 (1992). -- Call no.: PN6728.6.C3 I53
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International Cowgirl Magazine--Reviews.
   "Rodeo Round-Up ; Mark Ricketts' International Cowgirl" / a
   review by Aaron Cohen. p. 95 in The Comics Journal, no. 156
   (Feb. 1993). -- (Comics Library) -- Call no.:
   PN6700.C62no.156
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International Crime Patrol.
   Index entry (p. 31) in All in Color for a Dime, edited by
   Dick Lupoff & Don Thompson (Iola, WI : Krause Publications,
   1997). -- Call no.: NC1426.A43 1997
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International Crime Patrol.
   Index entry (p. 300) in The Comic-Book Book, ed. by Don
   Thompson & Dick Lupoff (Krause Publications, 1998). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.T5 1998
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International Crime Patrol.
   Index entry (p. 86) in Encyclopédie des bandes dessinées /
   ed. Marjorie Alessandrini. Nouv. ed. (Paris : A Michel,
   1986) Call no.: PN6707.E5 1986
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International Cuisine.
   "The Biggest Display of International Cuisine Ever
   Assembled in One Place!* (Blondie, Jan. 9, 1993) / Young &
   Drake. -- Summary: Dagwood decides to go to a catering
   conference with Blondie. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cuisine"
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International Defence and Aid Fund.
   Fighting Apartheid : a cartoon history. -- London :
   International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa and
   UNESCO, 1988. -- 76 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- "First published
   in 1987 by IDAF".
   1. Apartheid--South Africa--History. 2. South Africa--Race
   relations. I. International Defence and Aid Fund. II.
   Unesco. a. Africana. Call no.: DT763.F5 1988
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"L'International des Musées de la Bande Dessinée et de la
   Caricature" p. 114-119 in 9e art : Les Cahiers du Musée de
   la Bande Dessinée, no. 4 (Jan. 1999). -- English summary
   (from p. 143): "The first ever International Convention of
   Cartoon and Comics Museums was held in Angoulême on 20th,
   21st and 22nd November 1998. Eleven institutions from all
   over the world were represented. This event foreshadows the
   setting up of a network of collections and exhibitions and
   the development of co-ventures in the fields of
   publication, exhibitions, etc. This is a report on the
   meeting and a complete list of participants." -- The
   participating institutions are each briefly described:
   Karikatur & Cartoon Museum Basel (Switzerland) ;
   International Museum of Cartoon Art (Florida) ; Centre
   Belge de la Bande Dessinée (Brussels) ; Centre for the
   Study of Cartoons and Caricature (Kent, England) ; Ohio
   State University Cartoon Research Library ; Het Nederlands
   Stripmuseum (Groningen) ; Wilhelm-Busch Museum (Hannover) ;
   Bedeteca de Lisboa (Portugal) ; National Museum of Cartoon
   Art (Cartoon Art Trust) (London) ; Museo Italiano del
   Fumetto (Lucca/Turin). -- Call no.: folio PN6700.N44no.4
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International Dimensons of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campaign.
   Pulp Demons : International Dimensions of the Postwar
   Anti-Comics Campaign / edited by John A. Lent. -- Madison,
   N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London :
   Associated University Presses, 1999. -- 306 p. : ill. ; 24
   cm. -- Includes bibliographical references and index. --
   Call no.: PN6710.P85 1999
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The International Dog / by Bob Gumpertz ; introduction by
   Snoopy with the assistance of Charles Schulz. -- New York :
   Golden Press, 1968. -- 1 v. : chiefly ill. ; 25 cm. --
   Cartoons about dogs. -- Call no.: NC1429.G85 I6 1968
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International Fallout Shelter Zone.
   I.F.S. Zone. -- No. 1 (Sept. 1987)- . -- 1987- . -- ill. ;
   26 cm. -- Title from cover. -- "A KH3 Production." --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1.
   1. Science fiction comic books, strips, etc. I.
   International Fallout Shelter Zone. Call no.:
   PN6728.55.K47I2
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International Fandom Inflation Control Club.
   IFICC Newsletter. -- Tulsa, Okla. : International Fandom
   Inflation Control Club, . -- ill. ; 28 cm. -- Description
   based on no. 10 (Oct. 1976); masthead title. -- Ceased with
   no. 15 (1977) -- Continued by: TerIFFIC. -- LIBRARY HAS:
   no. 10-15.
   1. Comic books, strips, etc.--Collectors and
   collecting--Periodicals. I. International Fandom Inflation
   Control Club. Call no.: PN6725.I35
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International Fandom Inflation Control Club.
   TerIFICC. -- Shaw AFB, SC : International Fandom Inflation
   Control Club, 1977- . -- ill. ; 28 cm. -- Began with no.
   16. -- Periodical about collecting comics. -- Continues:
   IFICC Newsletter. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 16-20, 22-29, 32-33,
   35 (1977-1980). -- Call no.: PN6725.I35
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International Federation of Free Journalists of Central and
   Eastern Europe and Baltic and Balkan Countries.
   The Great Challenge / as seen by international artists from
   Australia, Austria, Canada, Ceylon, Colombia, Eire,
   Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece,
   Holland, India, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan,
   Sweden, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, U.S.A. ; Josef
   Josten, editor. -- London : International Federation of
   Free Journalists of Central and Eastern Europe and Baltic
   and Balkan Countries, 1958. -- 128 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. --
   Cartoons about world politics. -- Call no.: NC1355 .I5 1958
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International Film Service (Studio)
   Index entry (p. 37, 267, 338) in The World Encyclopedia of
   Cartoons, ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit : Gale Research,
   1980). Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
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International Film Service (Studio)
   Katzenjammer Kids and : index entry (p. 330) in The World
   Encyclopedia of Cartoons, ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit :
   Gale Research, 1980). Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
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International Film Service (Studio)
   Krazy Kat cartoons : index entry (p. 342) in The World
   Encyclopedia of Cartoons, ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit :
   Gale Research, 1980). Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
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International Film Service (Studio)
   La Cava, Gregory, and : index entry (p. 347) in The World
   Encyclopedia of Cartoons, ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit :
   Gale Research, 1980). Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
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International Film Service (Studio)
   Lantz, Walter, and : index entry (p. 350) in The World
   Encyclopedia of Cartoons, ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit :
   Gale Research, 1980). Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
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International Film Service (Studio)
   Moser, Frank, and : index entry (p. 401) in The World
   Encyclopedia of Cartoons, ed. by Maurice Horn (Detroit :
   Gale Research, 1980). Call no.: NC1325.W67 1980
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International General.
   How to Read Donald Duck : imperialist ideology in the
   Disney comic / Ariel Dorfman, Armand Mattelart ;
   translation and introduction by David Kunzle. -- New York :
   International General, 1975. -- 112 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Translation of: Para leer al Pato Donald. -- Bibliography:
   p. 100-112. -- About Walt Disney Productions, propaganda,
   developing countries, and funny animal comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D6
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International General.
   How to Read Donald Duck : imperialist ideology in the
   Disney comic / Ariel Dorfman, Armand Mattelart ;
   translation and introduction by David Kunzle, with appendix
   by John Shelton Lawrence. -- 2nd ed., enlarged. -- New York
   : International General, 1984. -- 119 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Translation of: Para leer al Pato Donald. -- Bibliography:
   p. 100-112. -- About Walt Disney Productions, propaganda,
   developing countries, and funny animal comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D613 1984
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"International Good Neighbor Club" 1 p. text in New Adventure
   Comics, no. 18 (Aug. 1937). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N3A3m
   no.18
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International Graphic Novel Conference.
   Index entry (p. 18) in The Will Eisner Companion, by N.C.
   Christopher Couch & Stephen Weiner (New York : DC Comics,
   2004). -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5C6 2004
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International Graphics.
   Preludio de Amor. -- Buenos Aires : International Graphics,
   . -- ill. ; 28 cm. -- "Novelas foto-ilustradas completas."
   -- Romance genre fotonovelas. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 2 (1979).
   -- Call no.: PN6790.A74P7
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International Herald Tribune.
   Index entry (p. 205) in The Penguin Book of Comics, by
   George Perry and Alan Aldridge. Rev. ed. Harmondsworth,
   England : Penguin Books, 1971. -- Call no.: NC1340.P4 1971
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International Heroes of DC.
   Index entry to Amazing Heroes, no. 50 (July 1, 1984) --
   Checklist-- Data from Robert Klein.
   k. DC International Heroes. k. International Heroes of DC.
   Call no.: PN6725.A47no.50
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International Heroes of DC.
   Index entry to Amazing Heroes, no. 59 (Nov. 15, 1984)
   (letter col) -- Data from Robert Klein.
   k. DC International Heroes. k. International Heroes of DC.
   Call no.: PN6725.A47no.59
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International Humor Advisory Council.
   Secret Teachings of a Comic Book Master : the Art of
   Alfredo Alcala / by Phil Yeh & Heidi MacDonald ;
   introductions by Gil Kane & Roy Thomas. -- Lompoc, CA :
   International Humor Advisory Council, 1994. -- 72 p. : ill.
   ; 28 cm. -- Call no.: PN6790.P473 A38S4 1994
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International Insanity. -- New York : Phi Publishing Company,
   1976- . -- ill. (part col.) ; 28 cm. -- Humor magazine. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 1. -- Call no.: AP101 .I5
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International Institute for Sustainable Development.
   There is a Better Way! : an Introduction to the Development
   as Freedom Approach. -- Nairobi : International Institute
   for Sustainable Development ; Mazingira Institute, 2003. --
   54 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. -- "This documentary comic-book is
   based entirely on the sequence of ideas and concepts
   expressed in Amartya Sen's Development as Freedom, Oxford
   University Press, 1999." -- Call no.: HC79.E5T467 2003
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International Journal of Comic Art

Periodical about comics, edited and published by John A. Lent. Regular features include
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International Journal of Comic Art. -- Drexel Hill, PA : John
   A. Lent, 1999- . -- ill. ; 22 cm. -- Began with v. 1, no. 1
   (Spring/Summer 1999). -- Periodical about comics. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, no. 1 - v. 9, no. 1 (1999-2007) -- Call
   no.: PN6700.I54
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 1, no. 1 (Spring/Summer
   1999)
   CONTENTS: "Finally, an International Journal for Comic Art"
   (Editor's Notes) p. 1-3 -- "Comics Criticism in the United
   States : A Brief Historical Survey" p. 4-16 -- "A Framework
   for Studying Comic Art" p. 17-32 -- "Comic Art in Scholarly
   Writing : A Citation Guide" p. 33-41 -- "The Marumaru
   Chinbun and the Origins of the Japanese Political Cartoon"
   p. 42-56 -- "Proving Silas an Artist : Winsor McCay's
   Formal Experiments in Comics and Animation" p. 57-75 --
   "William Hogarth : Printing Techniques and Comics" p. 76-89
   -- "Breaking Taboos : Sexuality in the Work of Will Eisner
   and the Early Wordless Novels" p. 90-103 -- "Comics in the
   Development of Africa" p. 104-121 -- "Featuring Stories by
   the World's Greatest Authors : Classics Illustrated and the
   'Middlebrow Problem' in the Postwar Era" p. 122-139 --
   "Recovering Sensuality in Comic Theory" p. 140-149 -- "The
   Horrors of Cartooning in Slim's Algeria" p. 150-156 -- "Mr.
   Punch, Dangerous Savior" p. 157-170 -- "Children's Comics
   in Brazil : From Chiquinho to Mônica, a Difficult Journey"
   p. 171-186 -- "Brazilian Adult Comics : The Age of Market"
   p. 187-204 -- "Postmodern Spatiality and the Narrative
   Structure of Comics" p. 205-218 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.1no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 1, no. 2 (Fall 1999)
   CONTENTS: "Editor's Note" p. 1-3 -- "Towards a History of a
   'Stalled' Medium : Comics in Russia" p. 4-28 -- "Invisible
   Order : Comics, Time and Narrative" p. 29-40 -- "Mexican
   Magazine Censors Versus the United States Marines : A Case
   Study of Transnational Reception" p. 41-54 -- "Dismantling
   Evolution of Heroes : Aquaman's Amputation" p. 55-65 --
   "Poland's Malgorzata Tabaka, Drawer of Lyrical Satirical
   Cartoons" p. 66-75 -- "The Persuasive Techniques and
   Psychological Validity of Seduction of the Innocent" p.
   76-85 -- "Slovenian Comics" p. 86-97 -- "Islamic Classics
   Illustrated : Regendering Medieval Philosophy in a Modern
   Tunisian Strip" p. 98-106 -- "An Art of the Real : About
   the Adulthood of Contemporary Comics" p. 107-126 -- "The
   City and Housing in Turkish Cartoons" p. 127-131 --
   "Licensing Farming and the American Comic Book Industry" p.
   132-142 -- "The Commercialization of Comics : A Broad
   Historical Overview" p. 143-170 -- "Press Cartoons and
   Politics in Cameroon" p. 171-190 -- "The Engineering of
   Humor" p. 191-194 -- "The Tarzan vs. Predator Comic Book
   Mini-Series : An Ethnographic Analysis" p. 195-215 -- "New
   Voices in Comics 1998 : A Roundtable" p. 216-237 -- "The
   Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 238-241 -- "Reviews" p.
   242-243 -- "Critical Closure" p. 244-247 --
   "Correspondence" p. 248 -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.1no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 2, no. 1 (Spring 2000)
   CONTENTS: "Editor's Note" p. 1-2 -- "Cold War Comics" p.
   3-32 -- "Reader Responses to Doug Murray's The 'Nam" p.
   33-44 -- "A Comparative Study of Japanese Comics in
   Southeast Asia and East Asia" p. 45-56 -- "Not a Pretty
   Picture: Images of Married Life in Thai Comic Books" p.
   57-75 -- "Weird Signs: Aesthetics of Comics as Parody" p.
   76-84 -- "American Comic Strips and Silent Serials: A
   Parallel" p. 85-89 -- "The Golden Age of Serbian Comics:
   Belgrade Comic Art 1935-1941" p. 90-101 -- "East European
   Cartooning: Differences Over Time and Space" p. 102-108 --
   "Leonid Tishkov's Dabloids: Russian Myth in Comics" p.
   109-116 -- "Outside Influence/Local Color: The Australian
   Small Press" p. 117-132 -- "Terrorists, Bitches and Dykes:
   Late 20th Century Lesbian Comix" p. 133-143 -- "Cyborg
   Might: Conceptions of Power in Comic Book Art" p. 144-158
   -- "Between the Sheets at Pilote: 1968-1973" p. 159-177 --
   "Always the Other One: Salomón" p. 178-189 -- "Inodoro
   Pereyra, a Gaucho in the Pampa of Paper and Ink" p. 190-197
   -- "Leadership Stereotypes and Lexical Choices: An Example
   of Nigerian Cartoons" p. 198-206 -- "The Printed Word" (new
   books and periodicals listed) p. 207-208 -- "Reviews" p.
   209-213 -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.2no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 2, no. 2 (Fall 2000)
   CONTENTS: "Double Vision : The Victorian Bi-Cultural World
   of Henri Julien" p. 1-32 -- "The Emerging Image of the
   Modern Woman in Hong Kong Comics of the 1960s & 1970s" p.
   33-53 -- "Zapiro and South African Political Cartooning" p.
   54-76 -- "Gnashing of Teeth : The Vagina Dentata Motif in
   Bad Girl Comics" p. 77-99 -- "All in the Family :
   Homophobia and Batman Comics in the 1950s" p. 100-110 --
   "Gustave Doré's Comics" p. 111-120 -- "The Hungarian Comic
   Strip at the Turn of the Millennium" p. 121-134 -- "Reading
   as Rebellion : The Case of the Girls' Comic in Britain" p.
   135-151 -- "Reading Community in Funtime Comics : a New
   Zealand Narrative" p. 152-163 -- "Brazilian Superheroes in
   Search of Their Own Identities" p. 164-177 -- "The Evolving
   Novel : the Comic-Book Medium as the Next State" p. 178-190
   -- "Krauts Hinaus : Graphic Stereotypes of German-Americans
   Before and During World War I" p. 191-205 -- "Of Pop
   Culture Pleasures and Radical Aesthetics : The Influence of
   Popular Comic Strips on Picasso's Political Art" p. 206-232
   -- "The Presidential Candidates in Political Cartoons : a
   Reflection of Cultural Differences between the United
   States and Korea" p. 233-247 -- "Laughing at the Glass
   Ceiling in The Wall Street Journal Cartoons" p. 248-264 --
   "Stories Without Words : A Bibliography with Annotations"
   p. 265-306 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p.
   307-309 -- "Reviews" p. 310-321 -- "Critical Closure" p.
   322-324 -- "Portfolio" p. 325-331 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.2no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 3, no. 1 (Spring 2001)
   CONTENTS: "Comic Art: Some Global Issues" p. 3-8 --
   "Shaping Sounds in Comics" p. 9-21 -- "A Virtual
   Revolution: Australian Comic Creators and the Web" p. 22-37
   -- "What a Picnic! Swamp Ecology in Walt Kelly's Pogo" p.
   38-58 -- "Sister Art : A Short History of Chinese Cartoons
   and Woodcuts in Singapore" p. 59-76 -- "The Function of
   Dreams and Stories in The Sandman" p. 77-85 -- "American
   Graffiti, French Style : Three Comic Strip Artists Look at
   Pre-War America" p. 86-92 -- "Ideology in Four Colours :
   British Cultural Studies Do Comics" p. 93-108 -- "Thoughts
   and Views on Raymond Peynet, French Artist and Universal
   Poet" p. 109-119 -- "The Nine Lives of Blackhawk's Oriental
   : Chop Chop, Wu Cheng, and Weng Chan" p. 120-148 -- "Off Me
   Head : Cartoons from English Newspapers Concerning the
   Glenn Hoddle Affair" p. 149-169 -- "Several Ways of Making
   a Cartoon (with 26 Examples)" p. 170-190 -- "Africa Ink :
   Cartoonists Working Group : Towards an Association of
   African Cartoonists" p. 191-197 -- "How to Withstand War,
   the Rasto Ciric Way" p. 198-202 -- "Can You Dig It? The
   World of Fast Willie Jackson" p. 203-209 -- "Interview with
   Bertram Fitzgerald : The Life and Times of Fast Willie
   Jackson (1976-1977)" p. 210-216 -- "Comic Strips : A
   Bibliographic Essay" p. 217-250 -- "Resources for Scholars
   at The Ohio State University Cartoon Research Library" p.
   251-262 -- "The Grand Comics Database (GCD) : An Evolving
   Research Tool" p. 263-274 -- "The Printed Word" (new books
   and periodicals listed) p. 275-277 -- "Book Reviews" p.
   278-282 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p. 283-288 -- "Critical
   Closure" p. 298-291 -- "Portfolio" p. 292-302 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.3no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 3, no. 2 (Fall 2001)
   CONTENTS: "Latin American Comic Art : A Symposium" p. 1-137
   -- "The Singular Stories of the Terashima Neighborhood : A
   Japanese Autobiographical Comic" p. 138-150 -- "Beyond
   Shoujo, Blending Gender : Subverting the Homogendered World
   in Shoujo Manga (Japanese Comics for Girls)" p. 151-161 --
   "The Rhetoric of Parody in Claire Bretécher's Le Destin de
   Monique" p. 162-174 -- "Figures and Representation of the
   Fantastic in Andreas's Work" p. 175-188 -- "Gentrifying the
   Alternatives or Alternifying the Mainstream? :
   Consolidation, Incorporation, and the State of the Comic
   Strip Satire in Alternative Weeklies, 1985-2000" p. 189-201
   -- "Fredric Wertham Faces His Critics : Contextualizing the
   Postwar Comics Debate" p. 202-221 -- "Changing Stories :
   The Making and Analysis of a Critical Literacy Romance
   Comic" p. 222-238 -- "Wham! Bam! The X-Men are Here : The
   British Broadsheet Press and the X-Men Film and Comic" p.
   239-249 -- "New Voices in Comics III (ICAF 2000)" p.
   250-294 -- "Comic Books, a Bibliographic Essay" p. 295-328
   -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 329-331 --
   "Book Review" p. 332-334 -- "Exhibition Review" p. 335 --
   "Critical Closure" p. 336-337 -- "Portfolio" p. 338-343 --
   Call no.: PN6700.I54v.3no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 4, no. 1 (Spring 2002)
   CONTENTS: "There at the Beginning : Early Days of Comics
   Scholarship" p. 5-96 -- "Growing Up with Dinosaurs" (Steve
   Bissette interview) p. 97-133 -- "The Weaver's Art : An
   Examination of Comic Book Writing" p. 134-142 -- "Comics
   Narrative as Striptease" p. 143-150 -- "No Man is My Master
   : American Romance Comics of the 1970s and the Women's
   Liberation Movement" p. 151-162 -- "Construction of a
   Female Hero : Iconography in Les Aventures Extraordinaires
   d'Adèle Blanc-Sec" p. 163-169 -- "New Zealand : Exporter of
   Mainstream Cartoonists, Haven for Alternative Comics" p.
   170-204 -- "Absent-Mindedness, Mustaches, and the Cold War
   : The Image of Science in Hergé's Professor Calculus and
   Franquin's Count of Champignac" p. 205-217 -- "Rosta
   Windows : As a Phenomenon of Russian Revolutionary Comic
   Strips" p. 218-227 -- "Alex Simmons and the
   African-American Soldier of Fortune Known as Blackjack" p.
   228-238 -- "Why Have You Allowed Me To See You Without Your
   Mask? : Captain America #133 and the Great American
   (Protest) Novel" p. 239-247 -- "Viz Comic : Carnival and
   Commercialization" p. 248-268 -- "Kingdom Code" p. 269-300
   -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 301 -- "Book
   Reviews" p. 305-309 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p. 310 --
   "Critical Closure" p. 311-312 -- "Portfolio" p. 313-324 --
   Call no.: PN6700.I54v.4no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 4, no. 2 (Fall 2002)
   CONTENTS: "Drawing From Life : An Interview with Joe Sacco"
   p. 1-52 -- "Plantu : The Editorial in Caricatures" p. 53-69
   -- "Resurrecting the Nation through the Eyes of a Native :
   The Case of Turey el Taíno" p. 70-83 -- "Fear of and
   Loafing with Ralph Steadman in Turkey" p. 84-123 -- "Drag
   Prince in Spotlight : Theatrical Cross-Dressing in Osamu
   Tezuka's Early Shojo Manga" p. 124-138 -- "The Changing of
   Dutch Comics" p. 139-156 -- "Forging a Sustainable Comics
   Industry" p. 157-167 -- "The Image of Blacks (African
   Americans) in Underground Comics" p. 168-187 -- "Superman
   vs Imago" p. 186-208 -- "Akesegawa Genpei's The Sakura
   Illustrated" p. 209-223 -- "The Lady, or the Dragon?" p.
   224-228 -- "Bali's Transition from a Traditional to a
   Modern Society : Some Op-Art Warnings about the Trade-Offs"
   p. 229-240 -- "Friendly Fantasies in Japanese Advertising"
   p. 241-260 -- "The Secret, Untold Relationship of Biblical
   Midrash and Comic Book Retcon" p. 261-275 -- "Korean
   Cartoonists' Reactions to Bush's Axis of Evil" p. 276-286
   -- "Larry Alcala and the Depiction of Filipinos As They
   Are" p. 287-291 -- "Clifford K. Berryman : Drawing the
   Line" p. 292-314 -- "American Imported Animation in Taiwan
   : A Case Study of South Park" p. 315-326 -- "The Printed
   Word" (new books listed) p. 327-329 -- "Book Reviews" p.
   330-352 -- "Exhibition Review" p. 353-354 -- "Critical
   Closure" p. 355-358 -- "Portfolio" p. 359-368 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.4no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 5, no. 1 (Spring 2003)
   CONTENTS: "Kunzle and the Comic Strip" p. 3-7 -- "Sture
   Hegerfors and Swedish Comics Scholarship" p. 8-20 --
   "Portrait of the Professor as a Failed Cartoonist" p. 21-30
   -- "Gary Groth and Kim Thompson: Interviews with the Heart
   of the Alternative Comics Industry" p. 31-73 -- "Swedish
   Comics and Comics in Sweden" p. 74-94 -- "They Are Crazy
   These Swahili: Komredi Kipepe in the Footsteps of Asterix;
   Globalization in East African Comics" p. 95-104 -- "Social
   Criticism in a Singular Mode of Expression : The Art of New
   Realist Cartoonist Chantal Montellier" p. 115-133 -- "Tardi
   and Daeninckx : Comic Strips, Detective Novels, and World
   War I" p. 134-146 -- "Focalization and Narrative Voice in
   the Novels and Comics of Uchida Shungiku" p. 147-160 --
   "Tezuka Osamu and the Star System" p. 161-194 -- "Modernism
   in the Contemporary Graphic Novel : Chris Ware and the Age
   of Mechanical Reproduction" p. 195-213 -- "William Faulkner
   and the Graphic Novel" p. 214-219 -- "The Mystery of
   Kalimán, el Hombre Increíble : Race and Identity in Mexican
   Comics" p. 220-230 -- "The Changed Function of Political
   Cartoonists in Indonesia : From Challenging a Repressive
   Regime to Promoting Democratic Reforms" p. 231-243 -- "The
   Editorial Comic Art of Clay Bennett" p. 244-255 --
   "Cartooning in Malaysia and Singapore : the Same, but
   Different" p. 256-289 -- "Remembering The Chief : Rejab
   Had, Cartoonist, Story Teller, Teacher, and Philospher" p.
   290-291 -- "An Overview of Malaysian Contemporary Cartoons"
   p. 292-304 -- "You Can't Read Them, They're For Boys! :
   British Girls, American Superhero Comics and Identity" p.
   305-324 -- "The Krisna Conspiracy" p. 325-333 -- "Fantastic
   Fascism? Jack Kirby, Nazi Aesthetics, and Klaus Theweleit's
   Male Fantasies" p. 334-354 -- "Have Markers, Will Travel :
   Live-Action Cartoonists in the Age of Multimedia
   Performances and Online Comics" p. 355-365 -- "Early
   Creative Responses to 9-11 by Comic Artists : Panelists
   Share Personal Experiences" p. 366-374 -- "The Printed
   Word" (new books listed) p. 374-376 -- "Review Essay" p.
   377-384 -- "Book Reviews" p. 385-393 --
   "Exhibition/Festival Reviews and Report" p. 394-406 --
   "Critical Closure" p. 406-407 -- "Portfolio" p. 408-424 --
   Call no.: PN6700.I54v.5no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 5, no. 2 (Fall 2003)
   CONTENTS: "Spanish Comics : A Symposium" p. 3-153 --
   "Cartoonist Dick Locher in Retrospect" p. 154-167 -- "The
   Contemporary Field of European Comics : The Example of
   Lewis Trondheim" p. 168-183 -- "Japanese Elements in Hong
   Kong Comics" p. 184-193 -- "Japanese Style in Malaysian
   Comics and Cartoons" p. 194-204 -- "Pioneers of Comic Art
   Scholarship Series" p. 205-260 -- "An Examination of
   Historiography in the Comics Medium" p. 261-280 -- "Long
   Form/Short Form : Narrative Strategies of Some 9/11 Comics"
   p. 182-295 -- "One for the Ages : Barbara Gordon and the
   (Il)-Logic of Comic Book Age-Dating" p. 296-211 -- "Czech
   Comics" p. 312-338 -- "I Asked for Water (She Gave Me
   Gasoline) : Tim Truman's Scout and Social Satire in the
   Independent Comics of the 1980s" p. 339-350 -- "Chinese
   Women Cartoonists : Historical and Contemporary
   Perspectives" p. 351-366-- "My Mouth is Quiet, but My Mind
   is Noisy : The Work of John Watson" p. 367-391 -- "Angel
   Passage : an Edition, Lyrics by Alan Moore" p. 392-424 --
   "Japanese Ladies' Comics as Agents of Socialization" p.
   425-436 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 437-440
   -- "Review Essay" p. 441-449 -- "Book Review" p. 450-452 --
   "Exhibition Reviews" p. 453-467 -- "Critical Closure" p.
   468-469 -- "Tootin' Our Own Horn" p. 470-483 --
   "International Journal of Comic Art Index, volumes 1-5
   (1999-2003)" p. 404-519 -- "Portfolio" p. 520-528 -- Call
   no.: PN6700.I54v.5no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 6, no. 1 (Spring 2004)
   CONTENTS: "Narrative Aesthetics of Time and Space in the
   Comics Series, Broussaille, by Frank and Bom" p. 1-17 --
   "Vincent Krassousky, Nazi Collaborator or Naïve
   Cartoonist?" p. 18-36 -- "Cruel Resurrection : Chinese
   Comics and the Korean War" p. 37-55 -- "India's Amar Chitra
   Katha : Fictionalized History or the Real Story?" p. 56-76
   -- "Katuni Za Miujuza : Fantastic Comics from East Africa"
   p. 77-95 -- "Cartoonists in Kenya, Past, Present and
   Future" p. 96-116 -- "True-Adventure Comic Books and
   American Popular Culture in the 1940s : an Annotated
   Research Bibliography of the Medical Heroes" p. 117-147 --
   "Vladdo, Aleida, and the Politics of Gender in War-Torn
   Colombia" p. 148-162 -- "Selling the Alliance : US
   Propaganda vs. Chilean Editorial Cartoons during the 1960s"
   p. 163-190 -- "The Trojan Horse : Free Trade, the
   Americans, and Canadian Political Cartoonists, 1849-1979"
   p. 191-220 -- "The Brazilian X-Men : How Brazilian Artists
   have Created Stories that Stan Lee Does Not Know About" p.
   221-235 -- "Unwrapping The Birth Caul : Word, Performance,
   and Image in the Comics Text" p. 236-249 -- "Satoshi Kon's
   Transition from Comics to Animation" p. 250-265 -- "A
   Response to Kobayashi Yoshinori's On Taiwan" p. 266-280 --
   "The Gendered Comics Market in Korea : an Overview of
   Korean Girls' Comics, Soonjung Manhwa" p. 281-298 --
   "Pumping Iron : Male Stereotypes in Delisle's Albert et les
   Autres" p. 299-315 -- "Words and Pictures in the Classroom
   : a Symposium" p. 316-328 -- "Promoting the Digital Content
   Industry in Korea, Focusing on Exporting Animation" p.
   329-339 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 340-343
   -- "Book Reviews" p. 344-357 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p.
   348-367 -- "Critical Closure" p. 368-372 -- "Portfolio" p.
   373-379, 386-388 -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.6no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 6, no. 2 (Fall 2004)
   CONTENTS: "My Life as a Cartoon Character" (Patch Adams) p.
   1-29 -- "Notes on the Early Decades of Italian Comic Art"
   p. 30-77 -- "Guido Crepax : A Memorial Tribute" p. 78-89 --
   "Private Vice and Public Virtue : Political Cartoons as
   'Opprobrious Discourse' Against Grover Cleveland During the
   1884 Presidential Campaign" p. 90-117 -- "The Bush-Blair
   Duo Before 2003 Iraqi War : Cartoons from London
   Newspapers" p. 118-137 -- "Globalizing Comic Books from
   Below : How Manga Came to America" p. 138-171 -- "Der
   Fuehrer's Animation" p. 172-181 -- "Holocaust Avengers :
   From 'The Master Race' to Magneto" p. 182-194 -- "The Cold
   War and Belgian Comics (1945-1991)" p. 195-204 -- "What
   Your Children are Reading" p. 205-221 -- "The Cartoonist as
   Iconoclast : Flaubertian Irony and Media Parody in Pierre
   La Police's Comics" p. 222-237 -- "XXIst Century Graphic
   Novels : a Voyage with Edmond Baudoin" p. 238-253 -- "The
   Maestro of Belleville : Benoît Charest" p. 254-265 --
   "Memories that Don't Weaken : Seth and Walter Benjamin" p.
   266-272 -- "An Interview with Dan Mitsui, Dartmouth
   College's Graphic Novelist" p. 273-284 -- "Follow My Nose :
   Self-Caricature in the Cartoons of the Yiddish Press" p.
   285-303 -- "Supercrip : Disability and the Marvel Silver
   Age Superhero" p. 304-324 -- "300 and Two : Frank Miller
   and Daniel Ford Interpret Herodotus's Thermopylae Myth" p.
   325-349 -- "We Have All Been Sentenced : Language as Means
   of Control in Grant Morrison's Invisibles" p. 350-363 --
   "There'll Be Others Converging : Fighting American, the
   Other, and 'Governing' Bodies" p. 364-375 -- "A Master
   Animator : Yasuji Mori's Works for Children" p. 376-391 --
   "Growing Up Japanese Reading Manga" p. 392-403 -- "Sluts
   for a Story : Narrative and Comics in Patricia Seaman's New
   Motor Queen City" p. 404-414 -- "Chop Suey : Cartoons about
   the Japanese Occupation and National Education in
   Singapore" p. 415-430 -- "Allies Cartoon Humor in World War
   II : A Comparison of 'Willie and Joe' and 'Bluey and
   Curley'" p. 431-444 -- "The Deranged Episode : Ironic
   Dissimulation in the Domestic Scenes of Edward Gorey's
   Short Stories" p. 445-455 -- "The Printed Word" (new books
   listed) p. 456-457 -- "Book Reviews" p. 458-463 --
   "Exhibition Reviews" p. 464-471 -- "Critical Closure" p.
   472-476 -- "Portfolio" p. 477-483, 490 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.6no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 7, no. 1 (Spring/Summer
   2005)
   CONTENTS: "Will Eisner (1917-2005)" p. 1-2 --
   "Late/Post-Soviet Russian Komiks : a Symposium" p. 3-125 --
   "Bad Art : the Decline of Academic Art in the Caricatural
   Salon" p. 126-148 -- "Alphonse Marie Mucha: Posters,
   Panels, and Comic Books?" p. 149-179 -- "Horror, Crime, and
   Red Dupes: The Agitative Rhetoric of Entertaining Comics"
   p. 180-187 -- "From a Figure on the Left to a Caricature of
   the Right : Changes in the Public Image of Lula" p. 188-205
   -- "Flopi Bach : a Benevolent Misogyny?" p. 206-229 -- "Of
   Mice and Vermin : Animals as Absent Referent in Art
   Spiegelman's Maus" p. 230-249 -- "Beasts of No Nation :
   African Satirical Press 'Re-Presentations' of Political
   Leaders in the Post-Cold War Era" p. 250-269 --
   "Reflexivity in Comic Art" p. 270-286 -- "Queering
   Super-Manhood : Superhero Masculinity, Camp and Public
   Relations as a Textual Framework" p. 287-303 -- "How to
   Face Neoliberalism and Make It as a Mexican Cartoonist :
   Óscar González Loyo and the Ka-Boom! Experience" p. 304-318
   -- "Asian Animation, Online Cartooning, and Gaming : a
   Symposium" p. 319-461 -- "Cartooning in Réunion, with
   Special Reference to the Work of Serge and Appollo" p.
   462-472 -- "Dave Sim on Guys" p. 473-484 -- "The Valencia
   School : Pioneer of Spanish Comic Strips" p. 485-503 --
   "Webtoonists : Making a Living Online" p. 504-512 -- "Games
   People Play in the Comic Strips" p. 513-529 --
   "Transcending Comics : Crossing the Boundaries of the
   Medium in Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell's Snakes and
   Ladders" p. 530-545 -- "Flop of Steel : Why 'It's a Bird,
   It's a Plane, It's Superman' Did Not Fly Over Broadway" p.
   546-552 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 553-556
   -- "Book Reviews" p. 557-562 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p.
   563-572 -- "Critical Closure" p. 573-577 -- "Portfolio" p.
   578-588 -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.7no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 7, no. 2 (Fall 2005)
   CONTENTS: "Pioneers of Comic Art Scholarship Series, part
   4" p. 1-88 -- "Cartooning and China's Cultural Revolution"
   p. 89-125 -- "The Flight of the Forehead in the Third
   Reich: The Political Satire of Hans Bendix" p. 126-146 --
   "Raymond Williams and Cartoons" p. 147-163 -- "Visual
   Culture and the New Cuban Man" p. 164-197 -- "Cultural
   Values in Latin American and U.S. Superhero Comics" p.
   198-224 -- "The Ultimate Fantasy" p. 225-235 --
   "Un-Defining Comics: Separating the Cultural from the
   Structural in Comics" p. 236-248 -- "Thackeray and Töpffer:
   the Weimar Connection" p. 249-261 -- "Solidification,
   Hidden Guilts and 'The Prude': EC's Agitative Rhetoric
   Continued" p. 262-272 -- "The Inside and Outside Worlds of
   North Korean Animation" p. 273-282 -- "Noble Enterprises:
   Strip for Me and the British Small Press" p. 283-310 --
   "Cartoons as Weapons of War: Bill Mauldin and Herbert Block
   Take on America's Postwar Anti-Communist Crusade" p.
   311-320 -- "From the 'Cricket' (Grilo) to the 'Cockroach'
   (Barata): Visual Poetics in the Brazilian Comics" p.
   321-339 -- "The Funnies' Neglected Branch: Special Purpose
   Comics" p. 340-357 -- "Fragmented Identity: The Superhero
   Condition" p. 358-369 -- "Warren Ellis' Shoot and Media
   Passivity" p. 370-374 -- "Creating Amateur Manga in the
   U.S.: Pedagogy, Professionalism, and Authenticity" p.
   375-394 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 395-400
   -- "Book Review" p. 401-403 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p.
   404-412 -- "Portfolio" p. 413-418 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.7no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 8, no. 1 (Spring/Summer
   2006)
   CONTENTS: "Masks that Reveal : Social Inequality in J.-J.
   Grandville's Les Métamorphoses du Jour (1828-1829)" p. 1-16
   -- "'Especially Dr. Hilde L. Mosse' : Wertham's Research
   Collaborator" p. 17-44 -- "Learning about My Grandfather"
   p. 45-70 -- "The Richness of African Cartooning : a Secret
   Far Too Long" p. 71-113 -- "Winners, Cheats, and Witches :
   East African Soccer Cartoons" p 114-136 -- "Life of a
   Cartoonist in One of Kenya's Worst Slums" p. 137-144 --
   "Caricature and Incarceration : the Case of Slava Sysoev"
   p. 145-159 -- "Ever-Ending Battle : a Symposium" p. 163-282
   -- "The Rhetoric of Omission in Comic Art" p. 283-300 --
   "La Donna Di Carta : Guido Crepax's Valentina and the Dream
   of Italian Female Emancipation" p. 301-345 -- "Beyond Just
   Gender : On the World of Maitena Burundarena" p. 346-361 --
   "Variable Identities in the Mexican Comic-Strip : Don
   Catarino in the Stereotypical Space of the Cannibals" p.
   362-377 -- "Spectacular Consumption : Visuality,
   Production, and the Consumption of the Comics Page" p.
   378-387 -- "Fiend on Film : Edwin S. Porter's Adaptation of
   Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend" p. 388-411 -- "9-11-01 :
   Truth, Justice and Comic Books" p. 412-425 -- "For Your
   Words, I Shall Rip Out Your Tongue : Shirato Sanpei and the
   Talking Head of Manga" p. 426-455 -- "Negative Impact of
   Digital Technologies on Artists : a Case Study of Taiwanese
   Cartoonists and Illustrators" p. 456-465 -- "What's Going
   On? : Black Identity in the Marvel Age" p. 466-490 --
   "Turkey's Soprano of Cartooning : Selma Emiroglu-Aykan" p.
   491-497 -- "'No Capes!' : Über Fashion and How Luck Favors
   the Prepared : Constructing Contemporary Superhero
   Identities in American Popular Culture" p. 498-508 --
   "Understanding Production : the Stylistic Impact of Artisan
   and Industrial Methods" p. 509-517 -- "Paul Auster's City
   of Glass : From Word to Picture" p. 518-531 -- "Cartooning
   the Iraq War : No Laughing Matter" p. 532-545 -- "The
   'Good' Comics : Using Comic Books to Teach History" p.
   546-561 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 562-566
   -- "Book Reviews" p. 567-578 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p.
   579-606 -- "The Story Behind the Cartoon" p. 607 --
   "Portfolio" p. 608-618, 624 -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.8no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 8, no. 2 (Fall 2006)
   CONTENTS: "Editor's Note" p. 1-5 -- "Marjane Satrapi
   Interviewed" p. 6-33 -- "A Textual Comparison of Japanese
   and Chinese Editions of Manga : Translation as Cultural
   Hybridization" p. 34-55 -- "Manga in Italy : History of a
   Powerful Culture Hybridization" p. 56-76 -- "An Australian
   Cartoonist in 19th Century Japan : Frank A. Nankivell and
   the Beginnings of Modern Japanese Comic Art" p. 77-97 --
   "Theorizing Comics Journalism" p. 98-112 -- "Reflections of
   the Cartoon" p. 113-125 -- "Harvey Pekar at the 2005 Small
   Press Expo" p. 126-162 -- "On Angels, Drugs, and Trade :
   Edgar Clément's Operación Bolivar" p. 163-180 -- "Lynda
   Barry's Humor" p. 181-199 -- "Love Affair with a Unique
   Medium : Big Little Books" p. 200-227 -- "The Stereotype in
   Tanzania Comics : Swahili and the Ethnic Other" p. 228-247
   -- "The ABCs of Mad Magazine : Reading, Citizenship, and
   Cold War America" p. 248-268 -- "A Serious House on Serious
   Earth : Rehabilitating Arkham Asylum" p. 269-282 -- "The
   Representation of Immigrants and Immigration in UK
   Political Cartoons from 1968 to 2005" p. 283-306 --
   "Speaking the Truth of Sex : Moore & Gebbie's Lost Girls"
   p. 307-318 -- "Invisible Spectacles, Invisible Limits :
   Grant Morrison, Situationist Theory, and Real Unrealities"
   p. 319-329 -- "Comic Book Color and the Digital Revolution"
   p. 330-346 -- "What is Humor?" p. 347-359 -- "Racial
   Identity: A Mini Symposium" p. 363-429 -- "Corrections" p.
   430 -- "The Printed Word" (new books listed) p. 432-435 --
   "Book Reviews" p. 436-444 -- "Exhibition and Media Reviews"
   p. 445-496 -- "The Story Behind the Cartoon(s)" p. 497-499
   -- "Portfolio" p. 500-508, 514 -- Call no.:
   PN6700.I54v.8no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art, v. 9, no. 1 (Spring 2007)
   CONTENTS: "Kibyôshi: The World's First Comicbook?" p. 1-197
   -- "Politics Seen Through the Prism of Humor in the
   Argentinean Democratic Transition of 1973 : Landrú and Ian"
   p. 198-230 -- "Lalo Alcaraz's La Cucaracha Normalizes
   Chicanos" p. 231-261 -- "The Press and the Spanish American
   War : Political Cartoons in the Yellow Journalism Age" p.
   262-280 -- "The Dynamics of Quiet Heroism and Invisible
   Death in American Soldier Cartoons of the World Wars" p.
   281-295 -- "The Unresolved Past : Repercussions of World
   War II in Belgian Comics" p. 296-310 -- "Mumbling our
   Comics : an Overview of Indonesian Comic Books' Condition"
   p. 311-331 -- "The Art of Darkness : Repression and its
   Expression..." p. 332-352 -- "Sneaky, Sinister and
   Scapegoated : Chinese Immigration and Exclusion as
   Represented in The Wasp, 1877-1889" p. 353-375 --
   "Cartooning in Australia : a Symposium" p. 377-486 -- "Draw
   a Thousand Words : Signification and Narration in Comics
   Images" p. 487-501 -- "Beyond Visual Rhetoric : Multimodal
   Rhetoric and Newspaper Comic Strips" p. 502-514 -- "African
   Ligne Claire : the Comics of Francophone Africa" p. 515-541
   -- "The Swahili Titanic : the Tanzanian Appropriation of a
   Global Tragedy" p. 542-543 -- "In the Crooked Shadows of
   Wildwood Cemetery : Will Eisner's The Spirit and the Gothic
   Tradition" p. 554-577 -- "The Acoustics of Manga :
   Narrative Erotics and the Visual Presence of Sound" p.
   578-590 -- "Motomiya Hiroshi's The Country is Burning" p.
   591-609 -- "Innocence is Life : Searching for the
   Post-Human Soul in Ghost in the Shell 2" p. 610-624 --
   "Matt Marriott : the Western with a Human Face" p. 625-639
   -- "Liao Bingxiong (1915-2006)" p. 640-643 -- "Long Live,
   Brother Bing!" p. 644-646 -- "Speaking Out on Going to Make
   a Will" p. 647-649 -- "Liao Bingxiong : a Chinese Style Man
   with Universal Values" p. 650-667 -- "Croatian Animation
   Today" p. 668-671 -- "My Work in Animation" p. 672-678 --
   "Why Can't I Be Just Like Everyone Else? : a Queer Reading
   of the X-Men" p. 679-687 -- "Negotiating Life Spaces : Has
   Marriage Marginalized Storm?" p. 688-702 -- "The Printed
   Word" (new books listed) p. 703-706 -- "Book Reviews" p.
   707-711 -- "Exhibition Reviews" p. 712-739 -- "Resources :
   an Updating" p. 740-744 -- "The Story Behind the
   Cartoon(s)" p. 745-747 -- "Portfolio" p. 748-755, 760 --
   Call no.: PN6700.I54v.9no.1
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International Journal of Comic Art--Indexes.
   "International Journal of Comic Art Index, volumes 1-5
   (1999-2003)" / compiled by Jae-Woong Kwon and John A. Lent.
   p. 404-519 in International Journal of Comic Art, v. 5, no.
   2 (Fall 2003). -- Call no.: PN6700.I54v.5no.2
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International Journal of Comic Art--Miscellanea.
   "Don't Ask, Don't Tell : How Do You Illustrate an Academic
   Essay about Batman and Homosexuality" / Bart Beaty. p.
   17-19 in The Comics Journal, no. 228 (Nov. 2000). --
   (Newswatch) -- About an article by Christopher York in the
   International Journal of Comic Art, which was published
   without illustrations because of objections by DC Comics.
   -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.228
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