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Native Americans

See also European albums in English include Native American characters as well. In the story "The Graveyard of Cathedrals," in the album of the same title by Andreas, a group of explorers in the Amazon is attacked by Indians. In the title story of the album Reflections, by Alfonso Azpiri, a conquistador in Peru is captured by Indians and treated to revenge for an earlier crime. In the Jerome Charyn/François Boucq album Billy Budd, KGB, an undercover Billy gets a job with Indians in New York working on the construction of a skyscraper. In "John and Mary, Mary and John," the second story in the album Three Women at the Frontier by Paolo Eleuteri-Serpieri and R. Ambrosio, John and Mary talk about marriage and captivity among the Indians. In "The Emerald Lake," a story written by Pierre Christin and drawn by Jean Giraud, a Brazilian man searches for a lake told about by Indians. This is the final story in the album Blueberry's Secret. In Giraud's Lt. Blueberry album The Iron Horse, Blueberry is sent to negotiate with the Indians during trouble with the laying of the first transcontinental railway. In the continuation album, Steelfingers, the Indians have the construction camp under siege. The next album, General Golden Mane, resolves the situation with massacres and an appearance by Sitting Bull. In the Marshall Blueberry album The Lost Dutchman's Mine, the lost mine is in a mesa considered sacred by Apaches. The backup story in this album, "King of the Buffalo," is an early Jean Giraud story about an Indian protecting his people from buffalo hunters. In the Giraud Blueberry album Broken Nose, Michael Blueberry has become a "war chief" of the Apaches, and is caught by the army. In the sequel, The Long March, the Apaches (mostly now held in a prison camp by the army) help Blueberry escape, and the end of this story arc in The Ghost Tribe has most of the Apache tribe escaping to Mexico. The comedy album Magnesia's Treasure, by Greg, has a generic South American Indian tribe called the Kilikilibambas. Hergé's album Tintin in America spends time with Blackfoot Indians. In Prisoners of the Sun, Tintin goes to Peru and is captured by Incas. In Hermann's first Jeremiah album, Talons of Blood, raiders are selling people to the Indians for slaves. In Régis Loisel's version of Peter Pan, in the album Neverland, the pirate captain captures Indians to use as crocodile food. In the adventure story parody by Milo Manara, HP and Giuseppe Bergman, there are South American Indians at every turn. Another Milo Manara album, Click 3, involves being chased by Brazilian Indians. El Gaucho, also by Manara, tells the story of a Scottish man who has apparently lived with Argentine Indians most of his life. Manara's Indian Summer is about relations between Indians and colonists in New England. The Paper Man, also by Manara, features several Indian characters including a young woman named White Rabbit who wears no pants, and a man called the Contrary Indian, who does everything backwards. In Max's version of Peter Pan, titled Peter Pank, the Indians are Charles Manson-worshipping hippies. The Lucky Luke album Apache Canyon, by Morris and Goscinny, involves Indians fighting the cavalry, the Indian captivity of a colonel's son, and Indians as tourist attractions. Illegal sales of guns to the Apaches spark the plot in the Lucky Luke album Calamity Jane, and Lucky Luke and company are captured by Indians in The Stage Coach. There is an Indian caretaker named Sam on the ranch in Lucky Luke's The Tenderfoot, and in Western Circus a band of Indians become an attraction in a Wild West Show formed by the merger of a rodeo and a circus. Somewhere between Dutch Guiana and Bahia (Brazil) an Indian channels a telepathic message for Corto Maltese in part 2 of Hugo Pratt's album The Brazilian Eagle. In the story "Mushroom Heads," in the Hugo Pratt album Banana Conga, Corto Maltese dreams a treacherous Jivaro Indian. The Corto Maltese story "A Tale of Two Grandfathers" (in the album Voodoo for the President) involves a man's quest to find his grandson, who is being raised by Indians in South America. In the Godard and Ribera album What is Reality, Papa? there are bands of Indians on motorcycles adding to the general chaos. In Asterix and the Great Crossing (by Goscinny and Uderzo) Asterix and Obelix accidentally travel to the New World, but have to leave when an Indian chief wants Obelix to marry his daughter. Asterix Conquers America is a children's book in which Obelix again interacts with an Indian chief's daughter. The Willy Vandersteen album A Fool's Gold has Lambik buying a treasure map from an Indian at a traveling Wild West show, and with his friends Willy and Wanda is soon in California among the Indians searching for gold. And in Hord, an album by Jab Jab Whammo and J.D. Morvan, a society of Native Americans has grown up within the virtual reality of a computer game, and they plan to take over the game.
Native Americans.
   "Avoid Cartoon Film" / Jennifer Torres. p. 10A in Lansing
   State Journal, May 5, 2000. -- Letter to the editor about
   The Road to El Dorado as insulting to Native Americans. --
   Call no.: NC1765.S39 2000
Native Americans.
   "Big Chief Moose" (Who's Who in Zooville) 1 p. gag strip in
   Wonder Woman, no. 16 (Mar./Apr. 1946) -- Summary: Big Chief
   Moose wins a prize on a radio quiz show, because a
   confederate in the audience is sending answers by cigar
   smoke signal.
   k. Chiefs. k. Moose. k. Quiz shows. k. Smoke signals. 1.
   Native Americans--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Series. Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N3W6m no.16. Call no.: Film 15791 reel 82
Native Americans.
   "Big Chief Returns from Big City" p. 184-186 in Sex in
   Comics, v. 3 / by D.H. Gilmore (San Diego, Calif. :
   Greenleaf Classics, 1971) -- A Tijuana Bible reprint.
   k. Big Cities. k. Cities. k. Chiefs. k. Native Americans.
   k. Tijuana Bibles. Call no.: PN6714.G5 1971 v.3
Native Americans.
   "Black and White and Read All Over"* (Where I'm Coming
   From, July 27, 1997) / by Barbara Brandon. -- Dated July 27
   internally, printed July 28, 1997 in The Atlanta
   Journal/The Atlanta Constitution. -- Key words: African,
   Native American, and Creole people, New Orleans, comic
   strip characters, ethnic identity. -- Call no.: PN6726f.B55
   "Ethnic Identity"
Native Americans.
   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
Native Americans.
   Blood on the Moon / Jaxon. -- Berkeley, CA : Last Gasp,
   1978. -- 33 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- Cover title. -- Third in
   a series that began with his White Comanche (1977) and Red
   Raider (1977)
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Parker, Quanah, 1854-1911--Comic books, strips, etc. 3.
   Comanche Indians--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Jaxon. Call
   no.: PN6728.45.L3B55
Native Americans.
   The Chief. -- New York : Dell Publishing Co., 1950-1951. --
   col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 290 and no. 2. --
   Continued by: Indian Chief. -- The first issue is numbered
   in the here-unnamed Four Color series. -- Western genre,
   about Native Americans. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 290. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.D4C47
Native Americans.
   Comanche Moon, a Picture Narrative about Cynthia Ann Parker
   : her twenty-five year captivity among the Comanche Indians
   and her son, Quanah Parker, the last chief of the Comanches
   / written and illustrated by Jack Jackson ; introduction by
   T.R. Fehrenbach. -- San Francisco, CA : Rip Off Press,
   1979. -- 119 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Bibliography: p.
   1. Parker, Cynthia Ann, 1827?-1864--Comic books, strips,
   etc. 2. Parker, Quanah, 1854-1911. 3. Comanche
   Indians--Captivities--Comic books, strips, etc. 4. Indians
   of North America--Captivities--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   Jackson, Jack, 1941-   Call no.: E99.C85P374 1979
Native Americans.
   "Fire Starter"* (Tumbleweed Jr.) 1 p. in Master Comics, no.
   47 (Feb. 1944) -- SUMMARY: This amazing Indian speaks
   English and starts his fires with matches. -- Gag strip.
   I. Tumbleweed Jr. k. Indians. k. Native Americans. k.
   Matches. k. English language. Call no.: Film 15791r.65
Native Americans.
   "The First Thanksgiving Leftovers"* (Maumee Dearest, Nov.
   26, 1997) / Kirk. -- Summary: The story includes the
   invention of Tupperware and foil wrap by the Native
   Americans and Pilgrims. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
Native Americans.
   The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book / Gord Hill ;
   introduction, Ward Churchill. -- Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp
   Press, 2010. -- 87 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Introduction by
   Ward Churchill has title: Reflections on Gord Hill's 500
   years and the nature of indigenous resistance. -- Includes
   bibliographical references: p. 21-25. -- "A powerful and
   historically accurate graphic portayal of Indigenous
   resistance to the European colonization of the Americas,
   beginning with the Spanish invasion under Christopher
   Columbus." "Other events depicted include the 1680 Pueblo
   Revolt in New Mexico; the Inca insurgency in Peru from the
   1500s to the 1780s; Pontiac and the 1763 Rebellion & Royal
   Proclamation; Geronimo and the 1860s Seminole Wars; Crazy
   Horse and the 1877 War on the Plains; the rise of the
   American Indian Movement in the 1960s; 1973's Wounded Knee;
   the Mohawk Oka Crisis in Quebec in 1990; and the 1995
   Aazhoodena/Stoney Point resistance." -- Historical genre.
   -- Call no.: E59.G6H54 2010
Native Americans.
   Flame Boy and the Indians' Secret / Oren Arnold ;
   illustrated by Sekakuku, Hopi Indian artist. -- Racine,
   Wis. : Whitman, 1938. -- 298 p. : ill. ; 12 cm. -- (The
   Better Little Book ; 1464)
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Western comic books, strips, etc. I. Arnold, Oren. II.
   Sekakuku. III. Series. Call no.: PN6728.W47F53 1938
Native Americans.
   "Flight for Life" (John Colter) 6 p. in Real Heroes, no. 11
   (Autumn 1943) -- SUMMARY: Captured by Blackfoot Indians,
   Colter must run for his life.
   k. Colter, John. k. Native Americans. k. Siksika Indians.
   k. Running. k. Life. Call no.: Film 15791 r.298
Native Americans.
   "A Fool for Gold!" (text) 2 p. in Atomic Rabbit, no. 7
   (June 1957) -- SUMMARY: Manuel Juano finds a load of fool's
   gold in Dead Man's Gulch in Pohi Indian Country.
   k. Gold. k. Prospectors. k. Fool's gold. k. Dead Man's
   Gulch. k. Pohi Indian Country. k. Native Americans. k.
   Mexican Americans. Call no.: PN6728.2.C47A77no.7
Native Americans.
   "Gift to Big Chief" 3 p. in True Comics, no. 51 (Aug. 1946)
   -- SUMMARY: A poster intended for Seminole Indians, and
   captioned "Uncle Sam Likes His Indian Brothers," gets sent
   to Alaska by mistake. Uncle Sam and his Indian brothers are
   barefoot, which prompts Alaskan Indians to make a pair of
   moccasins for Uncle Sam.
   1. Native Americans--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Uncle Sam
   Likes His Indian Brothers. k. Seminole Indians. k. Alaskan
   Indians. k. Indians. k. Barefoot. k. Moccasins. k. Big
   Chief. k. Posters. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.51
Native Americans.
   "Heap Big Magic" (Balbo, the Boy Magician) 8 p. in Master
   Comics, no. 47 (Feb. 1944) -- Takes place "out west";
   villain is an evil Indian shaman.
   I. Balbo, the Boy Magician. k. Magic. k. The West. k
   Indians. k. Native Americans. k. Shamans. Call no.: Film
Native Americans.
   "Historia do Brasil em Figuras: O descobrimento do Brasil"
   / Leonidas. p. 12-13 in O Tico-Tico : Jornal das Crianças,
   no. 3 (Oct. 25, 1905). -- Summary (by M. Harbeck):
   Educational picture story about the discovery of Brazil by
   a Portuguese fleet commanded by Pedro Alvarez Cabral in
   1500 and about their first encounter with the native
   Americans. Mentions a letter Pero Vaz de Caminha wrote and
   which was delivered to the Portuguese king. -- Call no.:
Native Americans.
   Hoksila and His Friends / Dan O'Neill. -- 197-? -- 4 p. :
   ill. ; 22 c . -- Caption title.
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   O'Neill, Dan. Call no.: PN6727.O5H6
Native Americans.
   "Hoksila and His Friends" 5 p. in Dan O'Neill's Comics and
   Stories, v. 2, no. 1 (1975). -- About Native Americans and
   the history of Wounded Knee. -- Call no.:
Native Americans.
   "How Many Indians Do You Know" (editorial) / by George J.
   Hecht. 1 p. in True Comics, no. 30 (Dec. 1943)
   1. Native Americans. I. Hecht, George J. k. Indians. k.
   Racial purity. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.30
Native Americans.
   The Illustrated Story of Indians. -- New York : Gilberton,
   1958. -- 80 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (The World Around Us
   ; no. 2) -- Title from cover.
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   Series. Call no.: PN6728.2.G5W6no.2
Native Americans.
   Index entry (p. 19) in Bonzer : Australian Comics
   1900-1990s, edited by Annette Kay Shiell (Melbourne : Elgua
   Media, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6790.A8 S47 1998
Native Americans.
   Index entry (p. 40, 41) in Cartooning for Suffrage / by
   Alice Sheppard (Albuquerque : University of New Mexico
   Press, 1994). Call no.: NC1425.S54 1994
Native Americans.
   Index entry (p. 54, 127, 145, 227, 249, 263) in Comic Book
   Nation / Bradford W. Wright (Baltimore : Johns Hopkins
   University Press, 2001). -- Call no.: PN6725.W69 2001
Native Americans.
   Index entry (p. 42) to Comic Book Rebels / ed. by S. Wiater
   and S.R. Bissette. New York : D.I. Fine, 1993. Call no.:
   PN6725.C69 1993
Native Americans.
   Index entry (p. 52) in The Will Eisner Companion, by N.C.
   Christopher Couch & Stephen Weiner (New York : DC Comics,
   2004). -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5C6 2004
Native Americans.
   "An Indian Remembers" 5 p. in True Comics, no. 28 (Oct.
   1943) -- SUMMARY: Frank Rock plays a baseball game,
   inspired by words his mother told him.
   1. Rock, Frank--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Baseball--Comic books, strips, etc. 3. Native
   Americans--Comic books, strips, etc. k. Mothers. k.
   Inspiration. k. Remembering. Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.28
Native Americans.
   Indians. -- Stamford, Conn. : Wings Pub. Co., 1950-1953.
   -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1 (Spring 1950) -
   no. 17 (Spring 1953), cf. Overstreet Comic Book Price
   Guide. -- "Picture stories of the first Americans." -- "A
   Fiction House magazine". -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 9, 14
   (1951-1952). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.F5 I5
Native Americans.
   "The Indians are Coming" (Atom the Cat) 7 p. in Atom the
   Cat, no. 13 (Oct. 1958) -- SUMMARY: Indians on the warpath
   turn out to be an advertising stunt.
   k. Native Americans. k. Warpath. k. Advertising stunts.
   Call no.: PN6728.2.C47B6no.13
Native Americans.
   "Kangaroo Indian"* (Bound & Gagged, Aug. 8, 2000) /
   Summers. -- Summary: A kangaroo mother has a feather
   headdress, a bow and arrow, and her baby on her back Native
   American style. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "kangaroos"
Native Americans.
   The Last of the Mohicans / James Fenimore Cooper. -- New
   York : Gilberton, 1965. -- 47 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Classics Illustrated ; no. 4)
   1. United States--History--French and Indian War,
   1755-1763--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Indians of North
   America--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Cooper, James
   Fenimore, 1789-1851. II. Series. Call no.:
Native Americans.
   The Last of the Mohicans / by James Fenimore Cooper ; Doug
   Moench, script ; Sonny Trinidad, artist. -- New York :
   Marvel Comics Group, 1976. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Marvel Classics Comics ; no. 13)
   1. United States--History--French and Indian War,
   1755-1763--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Indians of North
   America--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Cooper, James
   Fenimore, 1789-1851. II. Moench, Doug, 1948-   III.
   Trinidad, Sonny. IV. Series. Call no.: PN6728.4.M3M15no.13
Native Americans.
   Little Beaver. -- New York : Dell, 1949-1958. -- col. ill.
   ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 211 (Jan. 1949) - no. 870 (Jan.
   1958), cf. Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. --
   Description based on: no. 4 (Jan./Mar. 1952); title from
   indicia. -- Numbering is mainly in the Four Color series
   and proceeds as follows: no. 211, 267, 294, 332, 3-8, 483,
   529, 612, 660, 695, 744, 817, 870. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 4,
   7, 817 (1952-1957).
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Western comic books, strips, etc. I. Four Color ; no. 817
   Call no.: PN6728.1.D4L5
Native Americans.
   Long Bow. -- New York : Real Adventures, 1951-1952. -- col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Ceased with no. 9 (Winter 1952/1953), cf.
   Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. -- "Fiction
   House Magazines". -- Cover title: Long Bow, Indian Boy. --
   LIBRARY HAS: no. 1, 4 (1951). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.F5L6
Native Americans.
   Mouky et Poupy et le Totem d'Or / Roger Bussemey. -- Paris
   : Editions du Triomphe, 2001. -- 22 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.
   -- (Mouky et Poupy ; 8) -- Generic combination of funny
   animals and Native Americans. -- Call no.: PN6747.B83M68
Native Americans.
   Mouky et Poupy et le Volcan / Roger Bussemey. -- Paris :
   Editions du Triomphe, 2001. -- 22 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.
   -- (Mouky et Poupy ; 7) -- Generic combination of funny
   animals and Native Americans. -- Call no.: PN6747.B83M67
Native Americans.
   Native American Images in Comics : file of clippings and
   examples. -- 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. Native Americans--Comic books, strips, etc.
Native Americans.
   Oktane / writer, Gerard Jones ; penciller, Gene Ha ; inker,
   Andrew Pepoy ; colorist, James Sinclair ; letterer, Sean
   Konot ; color separators, Jimmy Johns & Sean Tierney. --
   Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Comics, 1995. -- 102 p. : col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- (A Dark Horse Comics Collection) -- "This
   book collects issues one through four of the Dark Horse
   comic-book series Oktane." -- "Introductions by X-Men
   writers Scott Lobdel & Fabian Nicieza." -- "The red-hot
   artist who brought you Cyclops and Phoenix and the writer
   who brought you Green Lantern: Mosaic now bring you the
   hero who offended everybody! He's Oktane, nine friggin'
   feet of muscle, bad taste, and auto parts, and he's rockin'
   his way through an America gone stupid! The cult-fave,
   four-issue series of creater-owned chaos that took shots at
   white Americans, black Americans, native Americans, naive
   Americans, and even America's most sacred institution, Las
   Vegas!, now collected into this highly flammable trade
   paperback!" -- Superhero genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.H2 O35
Native Americans.
   "On the Warpath for Canada" (Ou-Reau-Ha-Ré) p. 10-15 in
   Real Heroes, no. 7 (Nov. 1942)
   k. Iroquois Indians. k. Wyandot Indians. k. Canada. k.
   Native Americans. k. Indians of North America--Canada. I.
   Ou-Reau-Ha-Ré. Call no.: Film 15791 r.298
Native Americans.
   The Oregon Trail / by Francis Parkman. -- New York :
   Gilberton, 1964. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Classics
   Illustrated ; no. 72)
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Western comic books, strips, etc. I. Parkman, Francis,
   1823-1893. II. Series. Call no.: PN6728.1.G5C55no.72
Native Americans.
   Peace Party. -- Culver City, CA : Blue Corn Comics, 1999- .
   -- ill. ; 26 cm. -- A prototype issue "#0" was also
   published. -- "A multicultural comic book featuring Native
   Americans." -- Superhero genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 0-2
   (1999). -- Call no.: PN6728.6.B5954P4
Native Americans.
   Pocahontas [videorecording] / Walt Disney Pictures presents
   ; written by Carl Binder, Susannah Grant and Philip
   LaZebnik ; produced by James Pentecost ; directed by Mike
   Gabriel and Eric Goldberg. -- Walt Disney Home
   Entertainment, 2005. -- 2 videodiscs (84 min.) : sd., col.
   ; 4 3/4 in. -- DVD. -- English, French or Spanish dialogue;
   closed-captioned. -- Originally produced as a motion
   picture in 1995. -- Summary (from OCLC): Legendary tale of
   Native American Pocahontas and her unlikely romance with
   British Captain John Smith. -- Call no.: PN1997.5.P57P57
Native Americans.
   Red Raider / by Jaxon. -- Berkeley, CA : Last Gasp, 1977.
   -- 25 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. 2.
   Underground comic books, strips, etc. I. Jackson, Jack,
   1941-   Call no.: PN6728.45.L3R4
Native Americans.
   Redeye : a strip book / from the comic strip by Gordon
   Bess. -- Authorized ed. -- Akron, Ohio : Saalfield, 1968.
   -- 160 p. : ill. ; 93 x 208 mm. -- Reprints daily strips
   from 1967 and 1968, without giving individual dates of
   original publication. -- "2911".
   1. Western comic books, strips, etc. 2. Native
   Americans--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Bess, Gordon. II.
   Saalfield. Call no.: PN6728.R44B4 1968
Native Americans.
   The Song of Hiawatha / by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ;
   illustrated by Alex A. Blum. -- New York : Gilberton, 1949.
   -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Classics Illustrated ;
   no. 57)
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882. II. Blum, Alex
   Anthony, 1889-1969. III. Series. Call no.:
Native Americans.
   Teepi en Folie! / Mitton ; Chantelouve ; couleurs, Laure
   Monloubou. -- Lyon : Jet Stream Productions, 2002. -- 48 p.
   : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- (Papoose ; t. 1) -- Gag strips
   featuring a Native American boy. -- Western and funny kid
   genres. -- Call no.: PN6747.C42P3 2002
Native Americans.
   "They Were First" 1/2 p. in Ben Casey, no. 6 (June 1963).
   -- Illustrated facts about William Bull, the first
   "native-born American to receive a medical degree," and
   Émile Roux, who studied diptheria. -- Call no.:
Native Americans.
   Through Gates of Splendor / based on the book by Elisabeth
   Elliot ; drawn by Al Hartley. -- Old Tappan, N.J. : F.H.
   Revell, 1974. -- 31 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Spire
   Christian Comics)
   1. Missions--Ecuador--Comic books, strips, etc. 2. Huao
   Indians--Missions--Comic books, strips, etc. 3. Indians of
   South America--Ecuador--Comic books, strips, etc. 4.
   Christian martyrs--Ecuador--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   Elliot, Elisabeth. II. Hartley, Al. III. Series. Call no.:
   PN6728.4.R4T47 1974
Native Americans.
   "Tim Runs Away From Home"* (Teepee Tim) / Bob Wick. 6 p. in
   Ha Ha Comics, no. 99 (Dec./Jan. 1954/1955). -- Summary:
   Teepee Tim lives with his Grandma Numonya, and doesn't
   appreciate how she deals with his annoying behavior. He
   runs away, but quickly returns home after a few scares in
   the wilderness. Extreme stereotyping of Native American
   characters, and in a context where all other stories in
   this issue are funny animals. -- Call no.:
Native Americans.
   Tomahawk. -- New York : National Comics Publications,
   1950-1972. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1
   (Sept./Oct. 1950) - no. 140 (May/June 1972), cf. Overstreet
   Comic Book Price Guide. -- Cover title (no. 131-140): Son
   of Tomahawk. -- Native American characters. -- Genre:
   Western. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 11, 59, 61, 68, 77, 84, 92,
   94, 96, 100-101, 104-106, 110-120, 122-138, 140
   (1952-1972). -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3T6
Native Americans.
   Walt Disney's Light in the Forest. -- New York : Dell,
   1958. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Title from cover. --
   "L.I.F.O.S. #891-583". -- Based on the story of the same
   title by Conrad Richter.
   1. Indians of North America--Captivities--Comic books,
   strips, etc. I. Richter, Conrad, 1890-1968. II. Light in
   the Forest. III. Four Color ; no. 891   Call no.:
Native Americans.
   Walt Disney's Peter Pan and the Indians / told by Annie
   North Bedford ; pictures by the Walt Disney Studio ;
   adapted by Brice Mack and Dick Kinney. -- New York : Simon
   and Schuster, 1952. -- 28 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- (A
   Little Golden Book ; D26)
   1. Indians of North America--Fiction. I. Watson, Jane
   Werner, 1915-  II. Mack, Brice. III. Kinney, Dick. IV.
   Peter Pan and the Indians. V. Series. Call no.:
   PN1997.5.P4I5 1952
Native Americans.
   Walt Disney's The First Americans. -- New York : Dell,
   1957. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Based on the Walt
   Disney television series." -- "F. Americans O.S. #843".
   1. Indians of North America--Comic books, strips, etc. I.
   The First Americans. II. Four Color ; no. 843    Call no.:
Native Americans.
   White Comanche : a picture narrative about Cynthia Ann
   Parker and her 25 year captivity among the Comanche
   Indians, lords of the southern plains / written and
   illustrated by Jaxon. -- Berkeley, Calif. : Last Gasp,
   1977. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
   1. Parker, Cynthia Ann, 1827?-1864--Comic books, strips,
   etc. 2. Indians of North America--Captivities--Comic books,
   strips, etc. I. Jackson, Jack, 1941-   Call no.:
Native Americans.
   White Indian. -- New York : Pure Imagination, 1981. -- 52
   p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Reprints from comic books, signed
   Frank Frazetta.
   1. Western comic books, strips, etc. 2. Indians of North
   America--Comic books, strips, etc. I. Frazetta, Frank. Call
   no.: PN6727.F7W47 1981
Native Americans.
   "Wingmate of Doom!" (Lt. Johnny Cloud) / Robert Kanigher,
   script ; Jerry Grandenetti, art. 13 p. in All American Men
   of War, no. 90 (Mar./Apr. 1962). -- Summary: Johnny leaves
   his patrol when Tex spots an unknown Mustang about to be
   ambushed by a Messerschmitt. It turns out the Mustang pilot
   didn't need help, but when Johnny returns to his flight
   it's surrounded by German fighters. Johnny's unexpected
   return saves the day, and back at the base the new pilot
   reports. His name is Lt. Tom Talon, and like Cloud he is
   Native American. The other pilots observe the meeting of
   the two men with these comments: "Look at the dead-pan way
   those two are looking at each other!" "Just like Indians!
   Never showing what they feel!" We learn that as boys the
   two men played together on the reservation, and that
   Talon's brother died during one of their games and Cloud is
   unfairly blamed for the death. Talon has sworn to kill
   Cloud, though the other men don't know this. On the next
   mission Johnny Cloud makes Talon his wingman, demoting a
   disapproving Tex to no. 3. Talon saves Cloud's life after
   first putting it in jeopardy. The next day Cloud saves
   Talon's life nearly at the expense of his own, and lands
   barely alive in enemy territory. Talon lands to pick him
   up, and they make it to safety even though being fired upon
   by a German tank. Talon considers the fact that Cloud
   saved his life to be payment of the debt for his brother's
   life. -- Data from Bob Klein, via Grand Comics Database
   Project. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.N3A4no.90
Native Americans.
   Young Eagle. -- Greenwich, Conn. : Fawcett Publications,
   1950-1952. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published no. 1 (Dec.
   1950) - no. 10 (June 1952), cf. Overstreet Comic Book Price
   Guide. -- Western stories featuring Indians. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.F3Y6
Native Americans in Comic Books : a Critical Study / Michael
   A. Sheyahshe. -- Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 2008.
   -- 215 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. -- "This work addresses a range
   of portrayals of the Native American people, from the
   bloodthirsty barbarians and noble savages of dime novels,
   to secondary characters and sidekicks, and, occasionally,
   protagonists sans paternal white hero, examining how and
   why Native Americans have been marginalized and
   misrepresented in comics." -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 211-212) and index. -- Call no.: E99.H77S54
Native Americans in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   "Ducks in Flux : Politically Correct Publishing" / by
   Michael A. Naiman. p. 58-61 in Comic Book Marketplace, v.
   2, no. 24 (June 1995). -- Describes and shows changes to
   African "native" characters in reprints of March of Comics,
   no. 20 (Aug. 1949) and Four Color, no. 238 (Aug. 1949), and
   Native Americans in Uncle Scrooge, no. 29 (Mar./May 1960)
   and a Don Rosa sequel to Uncle Scrooge, no. 18 (June/Aug.
   1957), plus a panel edited for less violence in Walt
   Disney's Uncle Scrooge, no. 287 (Aug. 1994). -- Call no.:
Native Americans in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   "Hopi Leaders Protest NFL Superpro" p. 20 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 149 (Mar. 1992) -- (Newswatch) -- Say issue #6
   contains demeaning depictions of tribal legends.
   1. NFL SuperPro, no. 6. k. Native Americans in comic books,
   strips, etc. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.149
Native Americans in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   Scalped : the System and Symptoms of Comics with Native
   American Subjects/subjects / Kelly Helms. -- 2010. -- 18
   leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (leaves 17-18). -- Presented at the Popular
   Culture Association and the American Culture Association
   Conference, St. Louis, Mo., March 31-April 3, 2010. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.H395S35 2010
Native Americans in Comic Books, Strips, Etc.
   "Tribal Force Set to Smash Stereotypes" p. 15 in The Comics
   Journal, no. 188 (July 1996) (Newswatch)
   1. Native Americans in comic books, strips, etc. Call no.:
Native Animals.
   Index entry (p. 117) in Bonzer : Australian Comics
   1900-1990s, edited by Annette Kay Shiell (Melbourne : Elgua
   Media, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6790.A8 S47 1998
"Native Bearers"* / Caz. p. 66 in Evergreen Review, no. 80
   (July 1970). -- Wordless sequence of four drawings, in
   which a White man in a helmet instructs two Black men to
   put their burdens in his car, and then to pick up the car
   and carry it on their heads. -- Call no.: folio
Native Chiefs.
   "Red Spears at Dawn!" (Jungle Boy) / John Romita. 6 p. in
   Jungle Action, no. 3 (Feb. 1955). -- Summary: Jungle Boy
   exposes a Communist agent who shot a native chief. -- Data
   from Lou Mougin and Tony R. Rose via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3J77m no.3
Native Chieftains.
   "The Gold, the Ship, and the Gun Powder"* (Capt. Gallant
   and His Mini-Sub) 8 p. in Super-Mystery Comics, v. 3, no. 2
   (July 1942). -- "To what fantastic adventure will a secret
   meeting between a white renegade and a fierce group of
   native chieftains catapult our friends, Captain Gallant and
   his crew?" -- Call no.: Film 15791r.199
Native Cultures.
   "The Super Race" (Blackhawk) 10 p. in Blackhawk, no. 103
   (Aug. 1956). -- Summary (by Tatum Walker): The Blackhawks
   are sent on a mission to recover a missing team in
   Madagascar. They ignore native warnings of a cursed
   mountain pyramid, and are captured and taken underground by
   members of a strangely dressed native culture. The natives
   call themselves a super race, The Deros, and they call
   their underground caves Lemuria. The Deros say that one day
   the world will fear them. Their leader is Donnerwetter, one
   of Hitler's most infamous generals. The Nazi general has
   been grooming an underground army to take over the world.
   The Blackhawks can't let that happen. With a little
   ingenuity and a little lighter fuel they lock the super
   race in a chamber and let the Earth's core set them ablaze.
   The Blackhawks escape in the nick of time. -- Call no.:
Native Dancer.
   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
Native Friends.
   "The Pirate and the Padre, part 3" / by E.A. Jurist. p.
   20-25 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 5, no. 3 (Oct.
   4, 1949). -- Begins: "Morgan the pirate and his murderous
   crew plan to capture and destroy Panama City. Juan de
   Liagre and his native friend, Manoel, are trying to warn
   the city. Their first step is the release of prisoners." --
   "To be continued." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.5no.3
The Native Genius of Clare Victor Dwiggins.
   "Dwig, a Pen-and-Ink Poet : The Native Genius of Clare
   Victor Dwiggins" / by Jay Rath. p. 10-14 in Nemo, no. 11
   (May 1985).
   1. Dwiggins, Clare Victor. I. Rath, Jay. II. The Native
   Genius of Clare Victor Dwiggins. III. A Pen-and-Ink Poet.
   Call no.: PN6725.N43no.11
Native Girls.
   "Hurricane Isle" (The Hawk) / art: Robert Webb. 8 p. in
   Jumbo Comics, no. 109 (Mar. 1948). -- Villain (who is
   introduced and dies here): Bloody Rufe ; introduction of
   Wailuki, Lord Kenyon, Miss Kenyon, and a native girl --
   Data from Lou Mougin via The Grand Comics Database Project.
   -- Call no.: Film 15791r.81
Native Infantry Regiment.
   "Mangal Pande : He Fired the First Shot" / script, Toni
   Patel ; illustrations, Souren Roy ; editor, Anant Pai. p.
   1-31 in Amar Chitra Katha, no. 675 (1985, 2010 printing).
   -- (Bravehearts) -- Summary from back cover: "The Indian
   sepoys of the Native Infantry Regiment, in Barrackpore,
   were appalled when they heard that the cartridges they bit
   into before loading their guns were going to be greased
   with cow and pig fat. It was an insult to their religious
   sentiments. The murmurings of dissent rose as the news
   spread but the British were insensitive to the reasons
   behind it. And then Mangal Pandey, a sepoy from the Native
   Infantry, fired the shot that triggered of the First War of
   Indian Independence." -- Also called the Sepoy Rebellion.
   -- Call no.: PN6790 .I54A5no.675
Native Men.
   "What's That Native Doing Here?"* (The Phantom, July 15,
   1937). -- Summary: Smiley grabs a native man by the throat.
   -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A22 1972
Native Men.
   "You Must Be Hot, Smiley"* (The Phantom, July 16, 1937). --
   Summary: Smiley kicks the native man out of the bar, then
   continues trying to auction Diana's ransom. -- Call no.:
   oversize PN6726.K52A22 1972
"A Native of Australia"* (Bebe) / Henry Boltinoff. 1/4 p. in
   Wonder Woman, no. 214 (Oct./Nov. 1974). -- Summary: Bebe
   visits the zoo and meets a kangaroo. -- Begins: Hello,
   little girl. Would you like me to show you around? -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N3W6no.214
Native People.
   "Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave" 5 p. in Real Life Comics, no. 32
   (June 1946). -- "Born in the harsh, green jungles of Burma
   to missionary parents, this talented physician returned to
   the land of his birth to found a hospital and save
   thousands of lives among native peoples and Allied troops."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.32
Native People.
   High Adventure. -- New York : Dell Publishing Co., 1958. --
   32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Cover title: Lowell Thomas
   High Adventure. -- "No. 949" in the Four Color series. --
   Summary: Lowell Thomas travels to New Guinea and to Assam
   (India) to see the native animals and people. -- "New
   Guinea headhunters on the rampage! A Bengal man-eater, on
   the prowl!" -- Adventure story genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.D4H52 1958
Native People.
   High Adventure. -- New York : Dell Publishing Co., 1959. --
   32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Cover title: Lowell Thomas
   High Adventure. -- "No. 1001" in the Four Color series. --
   Summary: Lowell Thomas travels to Australia and to Africa
   to interview Europeans living there and discuss the native
   animals and people. -- Adventure story genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.2.D4H53 1959
Native People.
   "The Pilgrims Invited the Native Wampanoag People to Their
   Feast"* (Hi & Lois, Nov. 26, 2009) / Brian Walker, Greg
   Walker and Chance Browne. -- Summary: The kids are acting
   out the first Thanksgiving, and Mr. Thurston is Massasoit.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Indians"
Native Rituals.
   "The Sealed Coffin!" 8 p. in The Unseen, no. 11 (Aug.
   1953). -- "Against a background of weird native ritual, the
   ghastly vengeance of a tribal witch doctor turns a gay
   honeymoon into a nightmare of horror, which ends with a
   macabre corpse in The Sealed Coffin!" -- Call no.:
Native Servants.
   "L'aventure est le sel de l'existence"* (Le Trésor de la
   Crique aux Oursins (12)) / par Jan-Loup. p. 18 in Lisette,
   no. 12 (Mar. 20, 1955) in Lisette Album, no. 25. -- Final
   episode. -- Summary: The 'treasure' turns out to be a note
   from Uncle Babylas, and Ahmed is his native servant. --
   Call no.: PN6748.L562no.25
Native Shacks.
   "The Bite of the Prowler" / by Matt Christopher. text p.
   10-12 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 8, no. 8 (Dec.
   18, 1952). -- Begins: "When young Pat received no answer
   after shouting twice through the sun-and-shadow-patterned
   jungle brush toward the native shack nestled in the
   undergrowth, he had a feeling that Professor Lansdale
   either had gone out for a walk against Dr. Humphreys'
   orders, or had fallen asleep on one of the bunks." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P43T6v.8no.8
Native Son.
   Index entry (p. 226) in Pulp Demons: International
   Dimensions of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campaign, ed. by John
   A. Lent (Madison, N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University
   Press, 1999). -- Call no.: PN6710.P85 1999
Native Sons.
   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
Native States.
   "Daring Warrior : the Story of Baron Robert Clive" 7 p. in
   Real Life Comics, no. 30 (Apr. 1946). -- "Among the
   greatest figures in the history of India is that of Baron
   Robert Clive, the soldier-statesman who linked the destiny
   of the huge confederacy of native states with that of
   England, and won immortality as an empire-builder." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.N4R4no.30
Native Traditions.
   Africavi : Ils ont Cherché de la Glace, ils ont Apporté du
   Glaçon / Anani & Mensah ; traduzione, Elisabetta Degli
   Esposti Merli. -- Sasso Marconi (BO) : Lai-momo : Africa e
   Mediterraneo, 2008. -- 40 p. : all col. ill. ; 28 cm. --
   (Africa Comics) -- Cover subitle: Cercavano del Ghiaccio e
   Hanno Portato un Ghiacciolo. -- Text in Italian. -- Summary
   (from OCLC): Africato, the king of a small African village,
   is fascinated by Western habits and customs while his son
   is bound to his African origins. The king sends his son on
   an expedition in search of the famous European ice, the
   status symbol of Western modernity. The journey in search
   of ice and modernity sees the company being involved in
   many different funny situations and it gradually starts to
   reveal the true importance of native traditions. -- Call
   no.: PN6790.T63 A5A34 2008
Native Villages.
   Index entry (p. 25) in Die Welt der Comics : Probleme einer
   primitiven Literaturform / Alfred Clemens Baumgärtner. --
   5. Aufl. -- (Bochum : F. Kamp, 1972). -- Call no.:
   NC1355.B34 1972


Aboriginal or indigenous people, often as encountered in the colonial adventure style adventure story comics. See also
   "The Apes Who Could Make Fire" (Captain Marvel) / Otto
   Binder, script ; Pete Costanza, art? 9 p. in Captain Marvel
   Adventures, no. 114 (Nov. 1950). -- Introduction of The Ape
   Mastermind. -- Summary: In central Africa (also called
   "darkest Africa" here) a big game hunter comes upon
   "natives" being driven from their villages by apes with
   firebrands. Captain Marvel checks it out, and indeed the
   apes are occupying human villages and using human weapons.
   Captain Marvel assumes a human trainer is behind this
   behavior. The apes can't talk. Monkeys and chimpanzees are
   also acting this way. Captain Marvel next finds a band of
   white men with firebrands chasing black people, and the men
   tell him how to find their boss, whom they've never seen.
   The "ape mastermind" catches and gags Billy Batson, and
   explains himself. He was born extra intelligent, and knows
   both human speech and ape language. He plans to conquer
   Africa, then the world, because "humans have ruled Earth
   too long!" The ape is about to throw Billy into a fire,
   when the human henchmen arrive, curious to see what their
   boss is like. One of them says, "We aren't low enough to
   turn traitor to the human race by helping apes! It was all
   a mistake!" The ape is put in a cage to be studied by
   scientists for the rest of his "natural life." -- Data from
   Lou Mougin via Grand Comics Database Project. -- Call no.:
   Film 15791r.34
   "The Character" / art, Dick Ayers. 4 p. in Strange Tales,
   no. 35 (Apr. 1955). -- Summary: Merlin takes a tour of
   modern day London and is disappointed when the natives fail
   to show the appropriate respect. -- Data from Bob Klein,
   Lou Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75m no.35
   "The Coming of the Falcon" (Captain America) / Stan Lee and
   Gene Colan, story and art ; Joe Sinnott, embellisher ; Sam
   Rosen, letterer. 20  p. in Captain America, no. 117 (Sept.
   1969) -- Summary: The Red Skull, using the power of the
   Cosmic Cube, has switched bodies with Captain America. He
   tries to break the Captain's spirit by sending him to the
   tropical "Isle of the Exiles." The Exiles (supervillains
   named Baldini, Chang, Cadavus, Gruning, Iron-Hand
   Hauptmann, and Krushki) attack thinking their enemy the Red
   Skull is before them. A mysterious bird, a falcon, saves
   Captain America from the Exiles. It is revealed that the
   falcon is controlled by a Black man. Captain America
   disguises the Red Skull's body using clay to make new
   facial features, and thanks the man, remarking that he
   sounds "more Harlem than Haitian." The man indeed grew up
   in Harlem, raising pigeons on a rooftop, but on a vacation
   in Rio de Janeiro he found a different bird, a falcon named
   Redwing. A newspaper job advertisement brought him to the
   Isle of the Exiles, but the Exiles don't actually hire
   people, they enslave them. The two men talk about strategy
   for defeating the Exiles, and Captain America convinces the
   man (still nameless) to put on a green mask and costume to
   "serve as a symbol to the natives." "The Falcon" is born.
   Back in New York, the Skull enjoys impersonating Captain
   America, though Modok, at A.I.M headquarters, is looking
   for a way to make the Cosmic Cube power down. -- Call no.:
   DV8 : Gods and Monsters / writer, Brian Wood ; pencils,
   Rebekah Isaacs. -- New York : DC Comics, 2011. -- 1 v. :
   col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Originally published by WildStorm
   Productions in single magazine form in DV8: Gods And
   Monsters 1-8." -- Summary (from SkyRiver): A mismatched
   group of superpowered kids called the Deviants have been
   experimented on, held like animals, genetically
   manipulated, and hired out as killing machines. Now they've
   been dropped in the middle of a stone age-world where
   warring tribes are fighting with spears and clubs, and to
   the natives, the Deviants are deities. -- Superhero genre.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.D2G6 2011
   Digital Native / Beth Sparks. -- East Lansing, Mich. : B.
   Sparks, 2009. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Done for the Fall
   2009 Comics and Visual Narrative class at Michigan State
   University. -- New wave genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.55.C575S629 2009
   "The Famous Ruby"* (Flash Lightning) 13 p. in Sure-Fire
   Comics, no. 2 (Aug. 1940). -- Begins: "From an ancient
   temple in Egypt Flash Lightning's teacher, the old man of
   the pyramids, comes to his famous pupil's apartment." --
   Panel 3: "A half-caste thief, one Sabbat, has stolen a
   famous ruby from a Fifth Ave. merchant and taken it to an
   island in the Java Sea. You must return that ruby to its
   owner before the natives, who worship it, rise against the
   white race in the South Seas." -- Superhero genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.A2S8no.2
   "Going Native" / by Enki Bilal. p. 9-15 in Heavy Metal, v.
   2, no. 12 (Apr. 1979). -- Summary: Blue humanoid aliens,
   naked except for headgear similar to Mickey Mouse hats, are
   misunderstood by human/robotic colonials. -- Call no.:
   "The Golden Turtle"* (Airboy) 13 p. in Airboy Comics, v. 8,
   no. 7 (Aug. 1951) -- SUMMARY: Nancy Harris is kidnapped by
   thugs ("natives of some kind") from the schooner Black
   Drake, who were looking for a small golden turtle, the key
   to a sunken treasure; Airboy gets himself shanghaied,
   fights man-eating sea turtles and a hurricane, and saves
   Nancy. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.H5A35v.8no.7
   "How the Tables were Turned" / W.M. Goodes. p. 58-60 in
   Life's Book of Animals (New York : Doubleday & McClure Co.,
   1898) -- Six panel sequence in which a lion is caught and
   exhibited by African natives. -- Call no.: NC1428.L52 1898
   "I Discovered Gorgilla!" (Dr. Druid) / Jack Kirby, pencils
   ; Steve Ditko, inks ; John Tartaglione, 1977 reprint
   retouches. 7 p. in Weird Wonder Tales, no. 21 (Mar. 1977)
   reprinted from Tales to Astonish, no. 12 (Oct. 1960) ; also
   reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl, no. 9 (Feb. 1971). --
   Characters include Scotty, Anne, and Frank. -- Begins: "We
   should have listened to the natives! They" -- The 1977
   reprint is altered to include Dr. Druid. -- Data from Lou
   Mougin, Dan Kocher, Terry Watkins, et al. via Grand Comics
   Database. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.M3W4no.21
   Index entry (p. 64, 74) in Die Welt der Comics : Probleme
   einer primitiven Literaturform / Alfred Clemens
   Baumgärtner. -- 5. Aufl. -- (Bochum : F. Kamp, 1972). --
   Call no.: NC1355.B34 1972
   "Modeste et Pompon" / Walli & Bom. p. 28 in Tintin, ann.
   36, no. 318 (Oct. 9, 1981). -- Summary: Modeste fixes
   Pompon's TV, but instead of the cooking show she wanted to
   see she gets a cannibal cooking show complete with a racist
   image of a big-lipped native with a bone through her hair.
   -- Call no.: PN6748.T48ann.36no.318
   "Pearl Diving for the Japanese"* (Shark Brodie) / art: Art
   Peddy. 10 p. in Fight Comics, no. 23 (Jan. 1943). --
   Summary: Trying to stop Japanese invaders from forcing
   islanders to dive for pearls, Shark puts on dark makeup to
   look like a native. -- Data from Gene Reed via Grand Comic
   Book Database. -- Call no.: Film 15791 r.145
   "The Priest of Shark Island" / by E.A. Jurist ; Frank
   Borth. p. 22-28 in Treasure Chest of Fun & Fact, v. 5, no.
   17 (Apr. 18, 1950). -- Begins: "Otto Schweitzer and his
   evil band are determined to rule the natives and undermine
   Father Marsh's missionary work. Carrying out his deadly
   plan, Schweitzer orders his craft out to the open,
   shark-invested seas." -- "To be continued." -- Call no.:
   "La Route des Goëlands" / scénario, Sylli ; dessins, Ab
   Aigre. -- col. p. 16-23 in Circus, no. 36 (Mars 1981). --
   Summary from contents page of no. 37: Anyline finds the
   journal of her father, Victor Blanchenoud. This tells the
   story of his meeting with Cerisier, the painter, and
   Manuia, the native faithful to the charm and menace of the
   Tiki. -- Call no.: PN6748.C53no.36
   "Ruidoso"* (Tom-Tom, el Niño de la Selva) 5 p. in
   Sanson-ito, no. 4 (May 1958). -- SUMMARY: Because of his
   drumming ability, Tom-Tom is captured by a tribe of
   cannibal natives in Africa who want him as their chief. --
   Call no.: PN6790.M44S32no.4
   "Safari" (Andy Panda & Charlie Chicken) 8 p. in New
   Funnies, no. 102 (Aug. 1945). -- Summary: Andy and Charlie
   try to volunteer for a jungle expedition to the island of
   Pango-Pango. Professor Mossbank, the big game hunter for
   the museum of art, rejects them, but they stow away, and
   manage to rescue the professor from being burned alive by
   natives. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.D4F8no.102
   "Surprise Attack" (Buck Rogers, 25th Century, A.D., Nov.
   30, 1935) / by Phil Nowlan and Dick Calkins. -- Summary:
   The natives of Uranus are alarmed when they see Captain
   Holt come out of an ice borer on the surface. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "ice borers"
   "Survival" / A. Albert. 4 p. in Wings Comics, no. 119
   (Spring 1953). -- Summary: A pilot recounts being cast away
   on an island in 1942, and rescued by Christian natives. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.F5W5no.119
   "The Swampland"* (Camilla) / by Victor Ibsen ; Ralph Mayo,
   art. 10 p. in Jungle Comics, no. 135 (Mar. 1951). --
   Begins: "The natives called it a place of death, and even
   the scent of death hung heavy on the air of that awesome
   bog. There, ghost voices whispered and demon-drums
   throbbed, and nameless, nightmarish horrors ruled a land
   shunned by killer-claws. It was the hunt that brought
   Camilla to the edge of that forbidding world." -- Call no.:
   "Switching to a Tree During a Tiger Hunt Looks Bad"* (Rip
   Kirby, Jan. 20, 1981) / by John Prentice & Fred Dickenson.
   -- Summary: "If the natives wait for you to save them from
   the maneater, they've got big trouble." -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "trees"
   The Temporary Natives / story, Cindy Goff, Rafael Nieves ;
   art, Seitu Hayden ; letters, William Oakley ; colors, Brad
   Vancata. -- New York : Epic Comics, 1990. -- 48 p. : col.
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Tales from the Heart of Africa ; v. 1,
   no. 1) -- Peace Corps story. -- Call no.: PN6727.H3455T4
   "Throw That Machine Gun Overboard and Surrender, or this
   Woman Dies!"* (Jungle Jim, July 14, 1935) / Alex Raymond.
   -- Begins: "Having freed the natives of the Mi-Ki Valley
   from the clutches of a notorious Chinese outlaw, Jim and
   Joan set out in a war canoe for Jim's camp." -- Summary:
   The hostage woman drops her baby's bottle in the river. --
   Call no.: oversize PN6726.K52A22 1972
   "The Untouchable!" / art, Bernie Krigstein. 5 p. in Strange
   Tales, no. 22 (Sept. 1953). -- Summary: After a starving
   white man, who considers himself of the highborn caste,
   takes food from an untouchable, the natives then consider
   him to be part of that caste. -- Data from Bob Klein, Lou
   Mougin, Martin O'Hearn, et al. via Grand Comics Database.
   -- Call no.: PN6728.2.M3S75no.22
   "Where are All Those Friendly Natives You Promised Me?"*
   (The Giants, Sept. 6, 1968) / William Payne. --
   (Stanley-Livingstone) -- Begins: "Safely away from the
   hostile Uhha tribes, Stanley's party reaches a small
   village in Ukaranga, hoping for supplies, but" -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "natives"
   "The White Goddess and Her Natives"* (The Iron Skull) / by
   Sam Gilman. 9 p. in Amazing-Man Comics, no. 18 (Dec. 1940)
   I. Gilman, Sam. II. The Iron Skull. k. Goddesses. k.
   Natives. Call no.: PN6728.1.C4A45no.18
"Th' Natives are Getting Restless"* (James, Apr. 5, 2001) /
   Mark Tonra. -- Summary: James is standing in the rain. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "natives"
Natives of Jungles.
   Index entry (p. 52) in Women and the Comics / by Trina
   Robbins and Catherine Yronwode (Eclipse Books, 1985). Call
   no.: PN6710.R6 1985
"The Natives Treated the Three Brothers Kindly"* (Brick
   Bradford, July 28, 1941) / by William Ritt and Clarence
   Gray. -- Summary: We are hearing the "legendary story of
   Titania," told by Akka. Kukulkan falls in love and stays in
   the new land to become chief of the Mayas, but Manko and
   Impak voyage on. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Mayans"
Natke, Bernd, 1962-
   Entry (p. 376) in Das grosse Comic-Lexikon, by Marcel Feige
   (Berlin: Lexikon Imprint Verlag, 2001). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.F48 2001
On down the list

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