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Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012)
   CONTENTS: "The Mine" (Burton & Cyb) p. 7-14 -- "Sataka" p.
   16-19 -- "Sataka" p. 20-23 -- "H" p. 26-29 --
   "Daymares/Nightdreams" p. 32-39 -- "Fragments" p. 40-47 --
   "The Green Sheik" (Little Ego) p. 49-52 -- "Willy's Garage"
   p. 54-57 -- "The Last Century" p. 61-65 -- "A Tale of
   Christmas" p. 67-69 -- "Sax Blues" p. 71-78 -- "Pilatoriam"
   p. 81-88 -- "Children of the Future" p. 92-98 -- "Dear
   Enemy" p. 99-107 -- "The Warrior's Repose" p. 109-113 --
   Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967)
   CONTENTS: "Backtalk" text p. 2, 35 -- "The Mystery of
   Cockscrow Manor, part viii" p. 3-8 -- "Did You Know?" p. 9
   -- "Douglas MacArthur, Battlefield General, part 1" p.
   10-15 -- "Gag cartoons"* p. 16 -- "Today is Christmas"*
   (Ali) p. 17 -- "How Peggy Won Christmas" text p. 18-19 --
   "Working for Extra Money"* (Chuck White) p. 20-25 --
   "Veterinarian, Top Floor"* (Pup) p. 26 -- "The Trials of
   the Trail" p. 27-31 -- "Be Kind to Bears Week"* (Pierre) p.
   32 -- "It's a Fact!" p. 33 -- "Ding-a-Ling"* p. 34 -- Call
   no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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Vuinasu Senki / Yasuhiko Yoshikazu. -- Tôkyô : Gakushû
   Kenkyûsha, 1987-1990. -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Nôra Komikkusu)
   -- Complete in 4 vols. -- Summary (from mangaupdates.com):
   In the year 2003, a titanic collision between an immense
   ice asteroid and the planet Venus transforms Earth's
   closest neighbor into a habitable world. Eighty years
   later, two colonial powers, Ishtar and Aphrodia, glare at
   each other across a contested frontier. The militaristic
   Ishtar, hungry for Aphrodia's rich resources, has developed
   a supertank known as the Octopus to spearhead its assault
   force. Unable to face Ishtar's industrial might head on,
   Aphrodia counters with the Hound, a high-performance
   antitank battle cycle designed to outmaneuver the massive
   tanks and strike their weak points. The war won't wait and
   the fate of all Aphrodia is in the hands of Hiro Seno, a
   suicidal motorcycle daredevil! -- Science fiction genre. --
   LIBRARY HAS: v. 1. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 Y2V42 1987
Yasuhiko, Yoshikazu, 1947-
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"Backtalk" text p. 2, 35 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v.
   23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Jokes in letters format. --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"The Mystery of Cockscrow Manor, part viii" / by Frances E.
   Crandall ; illustrated by Frank Borth. p. 3-8 in Treasure
   Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). --
   Begins: "Rita and Ginger wait in the darkness of the secret
   passage. On the way to get a flashlight, Rick finds cousin
   Dorothea returning unexpectedly." -- "To be continued." --
   Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Did You Know?" / by Mario DeMarco. p. 9 in Treasure Chest of
   Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Illustrated
   sports facts, about Tommie Smith (track), Roy Riegels
   (football), and John Unitas (football). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
Smith, Tommie C., 1944-
Riegels, Roy, 1908-1993.
Unitas, John, 1933-2002.
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"Douglas MacArthur, Battlefield General, part 1" / by F.E.
   Crandall ; art by Joe Sinnott. p. 10-15 in Treasure Chest
   of Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Begins:
   "New Mexico, 1884. A howling band of Geronimo's Apaches
   attacks Fort Seldon, commanded by Captain Arthur MacArthur.
   Flaming arrows rain near his four-year-old son, Douglas."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Gag cartoons"* p. 16 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v.
   23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Four cartoons, about electric
   trains, helicopters, octopusses, and giraffes,
   respectively. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Today is Christmas"* (Ali) / Marvin Townsend. p. 17 in
   Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14,
   1967). -- Summary: Ali hopes his present is a dog, but it's
   a fur hat. -- Silent strip. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"How Peggy Won Christmas" / by Ann Hellie. text p. 18-19 in
   Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14,
   1967). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Working for Extra Money"* (Chuck White) / by Christopher and
   Matera. p. 20-25 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 23,
   no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Begins: "Ted Christian, deep sea
   diving friend of Uncle Charlie's is down 240 feet and
   having serious trouble." -- "To be continued." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Veterinarian, Top Floor"* (Pup) / Baginski. p. 26 in Treasure
   Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). --
   Summary: A man carries his big dog up the stairs, then is
   himself examined by the veterinarian. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"The Trials of the Trail" p. 27-31 in Treasure Chest of Fun
   and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Summary: The
   story of the Lewis and Clark expedition. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Be Kind to Bears Week"* (Pierre) p. 32 in Treasure Chest of
   Fun and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Summary: Out
   hunting, Pierre shoots at a bear, who then shows him a
   sign. -- Silent strip. -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"It's a Fact!" / Mario DeMarco. p. 33 in Treasure Chest of Fun
   and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Illustrated
   facts about Ulysses Grant, Theodor Roosevelt, Thomas
   Edison, Dwight Eisenhower, and Andrew Johnson. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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"Ding-a-Ling"* / E.B. Wagner. p. 34 in Treasure Chest of Fun
   and Fact, v. 23, no. 8 (Dec. 14, 1967). -- Summary: A
   street Santa is offended when a man uses his
   money-collecting pot for an ashtray, and sics a snorting
   reindeer on the man. -- Silent strip. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.23no.8
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Towairaito Andâguraundo = Twilight Underground / Akihira
   Shiro. -- Tôkyô : Taiyôtosho, 2018. -- ca. 200 p. : ill. ;
   19 cm. -- (H&C Comics Craft Series ; 093) -- Originally
   published in Craft magazine, vol. 62-66 (2014-2015). --
   Followed by "Twilight Underground +." -- Summary:
   Yaoi/Boys' Love manga. -- Gay romance genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J33 A3485T8 2018
Akihira, Shiro
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"The Mine" (Burton & Cyb) / by Segua and Ortiz. p. 7-14 in
   Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Sataka" / by Luis Royo. p. 16-19 in Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2
   (May 2012). -- Begins: "Come on, you damn useless beast.
   Take me to Sataka. It's been days since we've heard
   anything from her." -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Sataka" / by Luis Royo. p. 20-23 in Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2
   (May 2012). -- Begins: "It wasn't exactly a happy day for
   Sataka. She and Pitluk had a blow out. So to console
   herself she drank one Scotch after another." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"H" / by Beroy. p. 26-29 in Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2 (May
   2012). -- Begins: "My name is H. I feel that I have to
   write all this down in order to preserve my sanity, and not
   fall in the abyss of the unreal." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Daymares/Nightdreams" / by Azpiri. p. 32-39 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "Are you sure the rocks
   of Maskrocita are nearby?" -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Fragments" / by Miguel Angel Prado. p. 40-47 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- First caption: "Scientists
   brought forth a number of obscure and incomprehensible
   theories to explain why a gigantic planet, as large as
   Jupiter, was heading towards the Earth and had not been
   detected sooner." -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"The Green Sheik" (Little Ego) / by Giardino. p. 49-52 in
   Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Willy's Garage" / by Schultheiss. p. 54-57 in Heavy Metal, v.
   36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "Well, that's right. We
   wanted to open a garage, the three of us. But Floyd was
   never around. From Stockton came another postcard, he said
   his brain was still fried. He still needed to hit a few
   more places. Seeing as how he took the Dodge, the car that
   was 'ours', the garage now belonged to us." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"The Last Century" / by Z. Pahek. p. 61-65 in Heavy Metal, v.
   36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "The End of mankind. XXX
   Century, The destruction of the future. A picture that is
   hard to believe, yet this is reality." -- Call no.:
   PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"A Tale of Christmas" / by Moebius. p. 67-69 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "In the entire galaxy,
   there is no game more exciting that the hunting of the
   Lippon of Barascalpoe." -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Sax Blues" / by Gaetano Liberatore and Peter Smith. p. 71-78
   in Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "I had
   just come back from Europe and I needed money. My pal, Fast
   Eddie, who used to play drums for me, didn't have any cash,
   but he had connections." -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Pilatoriam" / by Gimenez. p. 81-88 in Heavy Metal, v. 36, no.
   2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "That son of a bitch is getting
   away! He's fully armed and has neutron bullets." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Children of the Future" / by Eleuteri-Serpieri. p. 92-98 in
   Heavy Metal, v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "Water,
   clear water. Fresh water, purifying water, living water."
   -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"Dear Enemy" / by Massimo Frezzato. p. 99-107 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "Won't you be done with
   your 'falcon' soon?" -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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"The Warrior's Repose" / by Boucq. p. 109-113 in Heavy Metal,
   v. 36, no. 2 (May 2012). -- Begins: "Oh,  you are just so
   adorable." -- Call no.: PN6728.H43v.36no.2
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Urusei Yatsura / hyôshi, irasuto Takahashi Rumiko. -- Tôkyô :
   Shôgakukan, 1982-1986. -- ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm. --
   (Shônen Sandê Gurafikku = Shonen Sunday Graphic) --
   Complete in 15 vols. -- Summary: Magazine covering topics
   related to the anime television program and motion picture
   adaptations of Rumiko Takahashi's manga series "Urusei
   Yatsura"; includes still images from the show and movies,
   illustrations, interviews with staff members, reports from
   fan events, fan letters, the scripts of the movies, and
   information about related merchandise. -- LIBRARY HAS: v.
   11-12, 15. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 T3U722 1982
Takahashi, Rumiko, 1957-
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"Holiday Track" / Tom Gauld. cover of The New Yorker, v. 93,
   no. 40 (Dec. 11, 2017). -- Summary: The subway car is full
   of Christmas trees. -- Call no.: AP2.N52v.93no.40 
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Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels /
   herausgegeben von Tanja Zimmermann ; unter Mitwirkung von
   Julia Krah und Kerstin Borchhardt. -- Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019. -- 475 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24
   cm. -- (Bildnarrative ; Bd. 6) -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- A  book about history and myth in comics. --
   Contents: "Comics und die Skepsis gegenüber den
   dokumentarischen Medien" (Einleitung) / T. Zimmermann. p.
   11-54 ; "Graphische Inszenierung von Historia in Frank
   Miller's 300 und Simon Spruyts Junker: Ein Preussischer
   Blues" / Bernd Dolle-Weinkauff. p. 67-76 ; "Demythisierung
   der amerikanishen Comic-Superhelden in den Kriegen von
   Pearl Harbor bis Vietnam" / Claus-Dieter Krohn. p. 77-99 ;
   "Der Löwe von Flandern und die Goldene-Sporen-Schlacht
   (1302) : Transformationen eins nationalen Gründungsmythos
   im Comic" / Christine Hermann. p. 101-121 ; "Reise in eine
   Zukunft voller Vergangenheiten : Weltraumeroberung und
   Raumfahrtgeschichte im DDR-Comic Mosaik von Hannes Hegen" /
   Elisabeth Schaber. p. 123-141 ; "Andere Mythen :
   Geschichte, Trauma und Nation in Boxers and Saints" /
   Nicolas Schillinger. p. 143-156 ; "Der Erste Weltkrieg im
   Spiegel von Comics und Graphic Novels" / Monika
   Schmitz-Emans. p. 159-183 ; "Helden ohne Skrupel : Eine
   Geschichte der Übertreibung" / Jörn Ahrens. p. 185-201 ;
   "Märchen, Mythos und 'Wahrheit' in Vishwajyoti Ghoshs
   Graphic Novel Delhi Calm" / Ira Sarma. p. 203-220 ;
   "Abseits von Kreml : Arbeit am und gegen den Mythos in
   gezeichneten Reportagen von Wiktorija Lomasko" / Olga
   Vostretsova. p. 221-241 ; "Comics der 'zweiten Generation'
   : Geschichte und konstruierte Erinnerung in Art Spiegelmans
   Maus und Michel Kichkas Deuxième Génération" / Nina Heindl
   & Véronique Sina. p. 246-268 ; "Im Gerangel der Genres und
   Diskurse : Über Aspekte der historiographischen Metafiktion
   in Comics" / Kalina Kupczynska. p. 269-285 ; "Zwischen
   Generationen und Bildern : Das Trauma der 'dritten
   Generation' in Agata Baras Der Garten" / Sarah Schieck. p.
   287-306 ; "Schöpfung aus dem Nichts? : Traumics und
   Religion, dargestellt am Beispiel von Warum ich Pater
   Pierre getötet habe" / Maike Schult. p. 307-324 ; "Die
   HanisauLand-Comics : Einführung in die Demokratie oder
   Gründungsmythos der Bundesrepublik Deutschland?" / Heike
   Elisabeth Jüngst. p. 327-350 ; "Das Gedächtnis der
   Solidarnosc : Der Streit um den historischen Comic in
   Polen" / Renata Makarska. p. 351-370 ; "Zwischen Prometheus
   und Adam : Dave Rawsons, Pat McGreals und Chaz Truogs
   Chiaroscuro, the Private Lives of Leonardo Da Vinci
   (1995-96)" / Henry Keazor. p. 373-406 ; "Amelie von
   Wulffens Am kühlen Tisch (2014) : Ein autobiographischer
   Comic, der Künstlermythen mit weiblischem Blick
   hinterfragt" / Michael Scholz-Hänsel. p. 407-421 ;
   "Transkodierungen : Romantische Mythen in Comics aus Polen"
   / Alfrun Kliems. p. 423-444 ; "Der Kriegsphotograph als
   Überlebender : Zur Photographie und geteilten Autorschaft
   in der Graphic Novel Der Fotograf (2003-2006)" / Sandra
   Burkhardt. p. 445-466 -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
Zimmermann, Tanja, 1966- 
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"Comics und die Skepsis gegenüber den dokumentarischen Medien"
   (Einleitung) / T. Zimmermann. p. 11-54 in Geschichte und
   Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Graphische Inszenierung von Historia in Frank Miller's 300
   und Simon Spruyts Junker: Ein Preussischer Blues" / Bernd
   Dolle-Weinkauff. p. 67-76 in Geschichte und Mythos in
   Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann
   Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Demythisierung der amerikanishen Comic-Superhelden in den
   Kriegen von Pearl Harbor bis Vietnam" / Claus-Dieter Krohn.
   p. 77-99 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic
   Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  --
   Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Der Löwe von Flandern und die Goldene-Sporen-Schlacht (1302)
   : Transformationen eins nationalen Gründungsmythos im
   Comic" / Christine Hermann. p. 101-121 in Geschichte und
   Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Reise in eine Zukunft voller Vergangenheiten :
   Weltraumeroberung und Raumfahrtgeschichte im DDR-Comic
   Mosaik von Hannes Hegen" / Elisabeth Schaber. p. 123-141 in
   Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin
   : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.:
   PN6714.G43 2019
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"Andere Mythen : Geschichte, Trauma und Nation in Boxers and
   Saints" / Nicolas Schillinger. p. 143-156 in Geschichte und
   Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Der Erste Weltkrieg im Spiegel von Comics und Graphic Novels"
   / Monika Schmitz-Emans. p. 159-183 in Geschichte und Mythos
   in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Helden ohne Skrupel : Eine Geschichte der Übertreibung" /
   Jörn Ahrens. p. 185-201 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics
   und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag,
   2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Märchen, Mythos und 'Wahrheit' in Vishwajyoti Ghoshs Graphic
   Novel Delhi Calm" / Ira Sarma. p. 203-220 in Geschichte und
   Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Abseits von Kreml : Arbeit am und gegen den Mythos in
   gezeichneten Reportagen von Wiktorija Lomasko" / Olga
   Vostretsova. p. 221-241 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics
   und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag,
   2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Comics der 'zweiten Generation' : Geschichte und konstruierte
   Erinnerung in Art Spiegelmans Maus und Michel Kichkas
   Deuxième Génération" / Nina Heindl & Véronique Sina. p.
   246-268 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic
   Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  --
   Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Im Gerangel der Genres und Diskurse : Über Aspekte der
   historiographischen Metafiktion in Comics" / Kalina
   Kupczynska. p. 269-285 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics
   und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag,
   2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Zwischen Generationen und Bildern : Das Trauma der 'dritten
   Generation' in Agata Baras Der Garten" / Sarah Schieck. p.
   287-306 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic
   Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  --
   Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Schöpfung aus dem Nichts? : Traumics und Religion,
   dargestellt am Beispiel von Warum ich Pater Pierre getötet
   habe" / Maike Schult. p. 307-324 in Geschichte und Mythos
   in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Die HanisauLand-Comics : Einführung in die Demokratie oder
   Gründungsmythos der Bundesrepublik Deutschland?" / Heike
   Elisabeth Jüngst. p. 327-350 in Geschichte und Mythos in
   Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann
   Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Das Gedächtnis der Solidarnosc : Der Streit um den
   historischen Comic in Polen" / Renata Makarska. p. 351-370
   in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels
   (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call
   no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Zwischen Prometheus und Adam : Dave Rawsons, Pat McGreals und
   Chaz Truogs Chiaroscuro, the Private Lives of Leonardo Da
   Vinci (1995-96)" / Henry Keazor. p. 373-406 in Geschichte
   und Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian
   A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Amelie von Wulffens Am kühlen Tisch (2014) : Ein
   autobiographischer Comic, der Künstlermythen mit
   weiblischem Blick hinterfragt" / Michael Scholz-Hänsel. p.
   407-421 in Geschichte und Mythos in Comics und Graphic
   Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  --
   Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Transkodierungen : Romantische Mythen in Comics aus Polen" /
   Alfrun Kliems. p. 423-444 in Geschichte und Mythos in
   Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian A. Bachmann
   Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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"Der Kriegsphotograph als Überlebender : Zur Photographie und
   geteilten Autorschaft in der Graphic Novel Der Fotograf
   (2003-2006)" / Sandra Burkhardt. p. 445-466 in Geschichte
   und Mythos in Comics und Graphic Novels (Berlin : Christian
   A. Bachmann Verlag, 2019).  -- Call no.: PN6714.G43 2019
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Shinseiki Evangerion Kôtetsu no Gârufurendo Sutôrî Bukku =
   Neon Genesis Evangelion Iron Maiden Story Book / by Gainax
   and SimpleText Productions. -- Tôkyô : Kadokawa Shoten,
   1999. -- 127 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- Summary: Script for
   the video game "Neon Genesis Evangelion: Iron Maiden"
   (Shinseiki Evangerion: Kôtetsu no Gârufurendo) accompanied
   by images from the game; also includes illustrations and
   production design materials. -- Call no.: GV1469.35.S53S53
   1999
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Michael Turner's Fathom. vol. 5. -- Culver City, CA : Aspen
   MLT, Inc., 2013-2014. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Complete in
   8 nos., per Grand Comics Database. -- First issue published
   with multiple variant covers, and most issues published
   with some variant covers. -- Superheroine genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: no. 1. -- Call no.: PN6728.8.A75F28 2013
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Transmetropolitan. #13 : DC Comics/Vertigo B&W advance /
   written by Warren Ellis ; illustrated by Darick Robertson &
   Rodney Ramos. -- New York : DC Comics, 1998. -- 23 p. :
   ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Vertigo) -- "This preview is an
   uncorrected and incomplete proof and may be subject to
   editorial changes before publication." -- Science fiction
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.6.D3T6813 1998
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Archie's Madhouse Mayhem. -- Pelham, NY : Archie Comic
   Publications, Inc., 2018. -- 12 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. --
   (Halloween ComicFest ; 2018) -- Cover title: Archie's Mad
   House Mayhem. -- Teen humor genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.8.A7A6943 2018
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Pedang Mahadewa Future / Tony Wong. -- Jakarta : Gd. Kompass
   Gramedia, 2011- . -- col. ill. ; 25 cm. -- Complete in 6
   vols. -- Fantasy genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-5. -- Call
   no.: PN6790.C43 W6P4 2011
Wong, Tony, 1950-
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Ofan & Nedan / Hugleikur Dagsson, Lilja Hlín Péturs, Sigmundur
   B. Þorgeirsson. -- Reykjavíc : Ókeibæ 2014. -- 34, 34 p. :
   col. ill. ; 25 cm. -- (Endir ; 3) -- Two stories printed
   back-to-back inverted. -- End of the world apocalypse
   stories. -- Call no.: PN6790 .I33 T47 O34 2014
Dagsson, Hugleikur, 1977-
Péturs, Lilja Hlín.
Thorgeirsson, Sigmundur.
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Il Complesso dello Scimpanzé / sceneggiatura e storyboard,
   Richard Marazano ; disegni, Jean-Michel Ponzio. -- Milano :
   Mondadori Comics, 2014. -- 167 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. --
   (Fantastica ; 9) -- Science fiction genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6747.P645C6 2014
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L'Homme de Fond / scénario, Olivier Supiot ; dessin, Boris
   Beuzelin. -- Grenoble : Glénat, 2010. -- 47 p. : col. ill.
   ; 29 cm. -- (Le Narval ; 1) -- (Treize Étrange) --
   Adventure story genre. -- Call no.: PN6747.B44N3 2010
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Walt Disney Paperino d'Oro. -- Milano : Arnoldo Mondadori
   Editore, . -- col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- Donald Duck stories in
   Italian. -- Funny animal genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 2
   (1979). -- Call no.: PN6768.P3 O7
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The Ire of a Vampire / editor, Ms. Rajani Thindiath. --
   Mumbai, India : Amar Chitra Katha Pvt. Ltd., between 2000
   and 2015. -- 67 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm. -- (Dental Diaries
   ; 1) -- "Tinkle presents." -- All stories written by Dolly
   Pahlajani and drawn by Abhijeet Kini. -- Funny horror
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6790 .I53K5 I7 2000z
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Disney's Uci Engleski. -- Zagreb : Egmont, 2004. -- 111 p. :
   col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- Spine title: Uci Engleski. -- Each
   page presents a Disney daily comic strip, with a caption
   translation to Croatian and a series of vocabulary words
   based on the drawings. -- The phrase "Learn English with
   Disney" appears in the colophon. -- Funny animal genre. --
   Call no.: PE1128.A2D485 2004
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Rojo : Memoria de la Lucha Comunista en Honduras a Partir de
   las Ilustraciones del Semanario Patria, 1976-1981 / José
   Manuel Cardona Amaya. -- Tegucigalpa : Impresiones Padilla,
   2017. -- 206 p. : ill. ; 35 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references ( p. 171-177). -- A book of and about Honduran
   political cartoons, especially as regarding communism. --
   Call no.: NC1455.H66C37 2017
Cardona, José Manuel.
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Masterpieces from the Works of Gustave Doré : Selected from
   the Doré Bible, Milton, Dante's Inferno, Dante's Purgatorio
   and Paradiso, Fontaine, Fairy realm. Don Quixote, Baron
   Munchausen, Croquemitaine, &c..&c.: with memoir of Doré and
   descriptive letterpress / by Edmund Ollier ; introduction
   by Charlotte Adams. -- New York : Cassell & Company,
   Limited, 1887. -- 1 v. : 80 plates ; 33 cm. -- Call no.:
   NC1135.D7
Ollier, Edmund, 1827-1886. 
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Master Race and Other Stories / illustrated by Bernard
   Krigstein ; written by Al Feldstein, Carl Wessler, Johnny
   Craig, Otto Binder, and Jack Oleck with Ray Bradbury. --
   Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018. -- 219 p. : ill. ; 26
   cm. -- (The Fantagraphics EC Artists' Library ; v. 21) --
   Contents: Derelict ship ; The flying machine ; Prairie
   schooner ; The monster from the fourth dimension ; Slave
   ship ; Monotony ; Pipe-dream ; The pioneer ; You, murderer
   ; The bath ; More blessed to give... ; Bellyful ; The
   catacombs ; Key chain ; Master race ; The purge ; Murder
   dream ; The pit! ; In the bag ; Just her speed ; Numbskull
   ; Mau mau! ; The mascot ; Revenge ; Marbles ; The spy ;
   Fulfillment ; The good luck piece ; The ultimate weapon ;
   So much more ; Spads were trump ; One way hero ; Bernard
   Krigstein ; Restoring "Slave ship" ; Behind the panels ;
   Crime, horror, terror, gore, depravity, disrespect for
   established authority, and science fiction too!  -- Call
   no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Derelict Ship" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ;
   script, Al Feldstein. p. 1-7 in Master Race and Other
   Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Weird Fantasy,
   no. 22 (Nov./Dec. 1953). -- Begins: "Captain Vance Kaye
   labored across the synthetically gravitated deck plates of
   his Galactic Patrol rocket cruiser in response to the
   intercom's urgent pleading and swung wide the hatch door to
   the radar detection room." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Flying Machine" / story, Ray Bradbury ; script, Al
   Feldstein. p. 8-13 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Weird Science-Fantasy, no. 23
   (Mar. 1954). -- Begins: "In the year A.D. 400, the emperor
   Yuan held his throne by the great wall of China, and the
   land was green with rain, readying itself toward the
   harvest, at peace, the people in his domination neither too
   happy nor too sad. Early in the morning of the first day of
   the first week of the second month of the new year, the
   emperor Yuan was sipping tea and fanning himself against a
   warm breeze when a servant ran across the scarlet and blue
   garden tiles, calling, 'Oh, Emperor, Emperor, a miracle!'"
   -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Prairie Schooner" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ;
   script, Al Feldstein. p. 14-19 in Master Race and Other
   Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Tales from the
   Crypt, no. 40 (Feb./Mar. 1954). -- Begins: "Mildred Jackson
   flung open the door of her house and squealed with joy. He
   stood on the paint-starved front porch, dressed
   resplendently in his captain's uniform, his face bronzed
   from forty years at sea, his eyes cold and squinting, his
   mouth grim, his two suitcases beside him." -- Call no.:
   PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Monster from the Fourth Dimension" / story, William M.
   Gaines, Al Feldstein ; script, Al Feldstein. p. 20-27 in
   Master Race and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard
   Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted
   from Three Dimensional EC Classics, no. 1 (Spring 1954). --
   Begins: "I was in the south pasture of my farm when I first
   saw it, hovering about ten feet off the ground, an oozing,
   quivering, raw, flesh-covered pulsating mass, gliding
   slowly across the field." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Slave Ship" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ;
   script, Al Feldstein. p. 28-34 in Master Race and Other
   Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Squa Tront, no.
   4 (1970). -- Begins: "It is a dark moonless night in June
   of the year 1839. A schooner lies at anchor, swinging in
   the black waters off the coast of Africa. On the shore, the
   silence of the jungle is shattered by the crack of a
   stinging bullwhip." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Monotony" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ; script,
   Al Feldstein. p. 35-41 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Crime Suspenstories, no. 22
   (Apr./May 1954). -- Begins: "Exactly as he had done every
   morning for the past fourteen years, Milton Gans sighed,
   pushed open the door the  bank employees' entrance, noted
   that, as always, it was precisely two minutes to nine on
   the cold-face wall-clock." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Pipe-Dream" / script, Johnny Craig. p. 42-47 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Vault of
   Horror, no. 36 (Apr./May 1954). -- Begins: "The den was
   quiet. The fragrant odor of opium floated to the ceiling
   and like a heavy curtain it deadened the Chinatown street
   noises, pushed them further and further away to the realm
   of the unreal, and the smokers lay motionless, reveling in
   their own fanciful worlds of dreams. Listen now as Chen Chu
   Yang tells you his story in his own Pipe Dream." -- Call
   no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Pioneer" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ;
   script, Al Feldstein. p. 48-53 in Master Race and Other
   Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Weird Science,
   no. 24 (June 1954). -- Begins: "Today will be my greatest
   triumph. Today I will reach for the stars, recognized at
   last. You've no doubt heard of me, Professor Alec Lathem,
   B.S., PhD., F.A.C. and a host of other degrees. My name is
   a by-word in the field of rocket research. I was the one
   who developed the fuel used in the V-18, the guided missile
   which reached an altitude of 3000 miles. I was the one who
   designed and built the Lathem rocket engine which today
   will carry me into space on man's first trip to the Moon.
   And it all began back in Colvard Polytechnic Institute,
   that day I tested a new fuel mixture I'd just developed. It
   was such a minute quantity, too." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3
   2018
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"You, Murderer" / script, Otto Binder. p. 54-59 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Shock
   SuspenStories, no. 14 (Apr./May 1954). -- Begins: "Don't
   you remember? Don't you remember how dismal and chilly it
   was last night when you went out for a walk? Don't you
   remember the whispy fog hanging eerily here and there over
   the damp deserted street, the bloated Moon appearng and
   disappearing in the cloud-shrouded sky, how you shivered
   and went on? Then let me tell you about it. Let me tell you
   what happened, You, Murderer." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3
   2018
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"The Bath" p. 60-65 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Tales from the Crypt, no. 42
   (June/July 1954). -- Begins: "My master is a very strange
   man. At times he is like a wild animal, so crazed is he
   with his lust for silver. And at other times, he is almost
   like an old woman, so devoted is he to his personal
   cleanliness. The bathes constantly, as if he were able to
   scrub his evil deeds away with foaming bath soaps and
   scented salts. Listen to him, now, screaming at me! Such
   eagerness! Such impatience! As if each moment lost brings
   him nearer to pollution." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"More Blessed to Give.." p. 66-72 in Master Race and Other
   Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Crime
   SuspenStories, no. 24 (Aug./Sept. 1954). -- Begins: "Molly
   and Stanley Talbot had been married a long time. When
   they'd stood before the preacher eleven miserable years
   ago, they'd promised to love, honor and obey each other
   till death.  Well, the loving each other went first, then
   the honoring, and finally, the obeying. THis, then, is the
   story of the death portion of their mutual promise. This is
   the story of planned murder. This is the story of teo
   individuals. And the best way to tell their story is
   individually. So..." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Bellyful" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ; script,
   Al Feldstein. p. 73-78 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Weird Science-Fantasy, no. 25
   (Sept. 1954). -- Begins: "The ship streaked silently across
   the endless abyss of space and, within its instrument-lined
   belly, the men sat, or moved about, or slept, or talked, or
   were silent, or laughed, or sometimes even cried." -- Call
   no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Catacombs" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 79-84 in Master
   Race and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein
   (Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from
   Vault of Horror, no. 38 (Aug./Sept. 1954). -- Begins:
   "Pietro Miuta grabbed the sack with its load of silver and,
   with Gino Alcari following, broke for the front door!" --
   Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Key Chain" p. 85-90 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Crime SuspenStories, no. 25
   (Oct./Nov. 1954). -- Begins: "Unger hesitated before the
   little hole-in-the-wall shop. He shook his head. It was the
   oldest trick in the world. No locksmth would fall for it.
   He knew it. He knew he'd have to find some other way to
   have a duplicate made of the soft lead key he held in his
   trembling hand." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Master Race" / story, William M. Gaines, Al Feldstein ;
   script, Al Feldstein. p. 91-98 in Master Race and Other
   Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018); reprinted from Impact, no. 1
   (Mar./Apr. 1955). -- Begins : "You can never forget, can
   you, Carl Reissman? Even here, in America. Ten years and
   thousands of miles away from your native Germany, you can
   never forget those bloody war years. Those memories will
   haunt you forever, as even now they haunt you while you
   descend the subway stairs into the quiet semi-darkness." --
   Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Purge" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 99-104  in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Vault of
   Horror, no. 39 (Oct./Nov. 1954) -- Begins: "Heavy bootsteps
   echoed hollowly through the dank, smelly atmosphere as King
   Horace IV followed his captain of the castle guard down the
   winding stone stairwell that led to the dungeons below.
   Their dancing shadows leaped grotesquely about the walls
   and ceiling, hiding from the flickering light of the
   torch." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Murder Dream" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 105-110 in Master
   Race and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein
   (Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from
   Tales from the Crypt, no. 45 (Dec./Jan. 1954/1955). --
   Begins: "I wandered about the lonely London streets
   tonight, chilled to the marrow my bones by the dense, dank,
   choking fog." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Pit!" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 111-116 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Vault of
   Horror, no. 40 (Dec./Jan. 1954/1955). -- Begins: "There was
   a raw chill in the night air, but the fight fans' blood
   boiled in their wild-eyed excitement. They stood encircling
   the gore-splattered pit, screaming as frenzied cock sank
   knife-sharp spur into savage opponent." -- Call no.:
   PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"In the Bag" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 117-122 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Shock
   SuspenStories, no. 18 (Dec./Jan. 1954/1955). -- Begins:
   "The name's McLeod, badge 331074. I'm a plainclothes cop.
   They got me patrolling the toughest section in town. It's a
   quiet night, though, and I'm not complaining, 'cept that
   this icy drizzle's chilling me to the bone." -- Call no.:
   PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Just Her Speed" p. 123-128 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Crime SuspenStories, no. 27
   (Feb./Ma. 1955). -- Begins: "Ed stood in the midnight
   darkness outside the diner, trembling with hate and anger
   and that insane desire for revenge that had become almost
   an obsession with him over the two years that he had
   searched for Marty." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Numbskull" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 129-134 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Haunt of
   Fear, no. 28 (Nov./Dec. 1954). -- First narrative caption
   begins: "This is the scene I view, my domain. This is my
   refuge from the evil world of the most dangerous of all
   savage animals, man. This is my home, this deep, dark
   African jungle, a spacious room walled by giant tropical
   trees whose foliage far above meets to form a cathedral
   ceiling. This is my final retiring place, far from man." --
   Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Mau Mau!" p. 135-141 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Two-Fisted Tales, no. 41
   (Feb./Mar. 1955). -- Begins: "When the reedbuck's horn
   sounds in the dark night of Africa, the slaughter will
   begin! Murderous razor-sharp 'pangas' gleam in the shadows.
   There is no turning back in the 'night of long knives.'
   They have taken an oath to exterminate the foreigner, the
   death oath of the Mau Mau!" -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Mascot" p. 142-147 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Aces High, no. 1 (Mar./Apr.
   1955). -- Begins: "It was a bleak winter day in 1918. A
   group of tense-faced pilots, who had already completed
   their mission, stood at the edge of the landing strip of
   ther advanced American airdrome somewhere in France.
   Nearby, a small, lop-eared mongrel squatted, patiently
   waiting. From time to time, the group of whispering pilots
   would fall silent, glance at the dog, then search the
   February sky to the east." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Revenge" p. 148-153 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Aces High, no. 2 (May/June
   1955). -- Begins: "Captain William Warren of the 97th
   pursuit squadron, United States Air Corps, was a flying
   fool who chafed at the bit when German machine gun slugs
   downed his Spad and put him on the shelf with a fractured
   leg. He resented this enforced inactivity and let everyone
   at the base hospital know it." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3
   2018
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"Marbles" / script, Jack Oleck. p. 154-158 in Master Race and
   Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle :
   Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Incredible
   Science Fiction, no. 30 (July/Aug. 1955). -- Begins: "It
   was a solemn moment for the carefully picked and
   extensively trained cew of the X-17. After long months,
   they now stood upon the threshold of fame and fortune. A
   glorious adventure for them twinkled beckoningly from the
   vast black void overhead. The X-17 was to be the first
   man-carrying rocket to the launched from Earth. They would
   be the first Earthmen to reach another planet. The four men
   stared up at the star-studded heavens in awe and
   fascination." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Spy" p. 159-164 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Aces High, no. 3 (July/Aug.
   1955). -- Begins: "The 17th aero squadron, United States
   Air Corps, had flown their Sopwith F-2 Bently-Camels in the
   very evening before. Now, at dawn, a flight of German
   bombers swept in with the rising sun, pouring their lethal
   missiles down upon the newly completed airdrome." -- Call
   no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Fulfillment"/ script, Jack Oleck. p. 165-170 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Incredible
   Science Fiction, no. 31 (Sept./Oct. 1955). -- Begins:
   "Prologue: the worshippers waited in silence. Their temple
   was dark and gloomy with shadows. But soon, night's black
   tapestry would be torn aside. Each day, this miracle was
   repeated, yet never did the worshippers lose their awe.
   Their dark eyes fastened on the image of ivory and stone
   behind the priest. And when the first yellow rays of
   morning sunlight landed down through the opening in the
   temple's roof, their signs were a song of rays of
   adoration." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Good Luck Piece" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 171-176  in
   Master Race and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard
   Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted
   from Aces High, no. 4 (Sept./Oct. 1955). -- Begins: "June,
   1918. The sky over no-man's land was boiling that
   afternoon, a seething cauldron of roaring Spads and
   thundering Fokkers, of whining steel and the sharp staccato
   of machine guns. Now and then, a heavy blast would rend the
   air and a great puff of smoke would rise, a black cloud
   against the clear blue sky, as some linen-clad ship would
   explode into a amillion fiery fragments. Suddenly, out of
   the dogfight, a Spad zoomed wildly. And on its tail, a
   Fokker screamed, it's Spandau guns chattering. Hot metal
   tore into Buddy Wilson's writhing plane." -- Call no.:
   PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"The Ultimate Weapon" / script, Jack Oleck.  p. 177-182 in
   Master Race and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard
   Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted
   from Incredible Science Fiction, no. 32 (Nov./Dec. 1955).
   -- Begins: "Gurt was pleased. The destruction his ships had
   wrought was almost absolute! Mars was a gutted ruin! One
   more link in the chain of conquests the fleet had forged
   across a dozen solar systems since leaving Nmenth, its home
   planet. Now, the colonists from Nmenth could come and
   sette, unopposed. But that was not Gurt's affair. Gurt was
   a soldier. His interests were in tactics, weapons." -- Call
   no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"So Much More" p. 183-189 in Master Race and Other Stories
   Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics
   Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Impact, no. 5 (Nov./Dec.
   1955). -- Begins: "Somehow it wasn't exactly the way it
   should have been. The champ had planned this moment so
   carefully. This time, the weapons were to have been words,
   not fists! But he'd planned it just as he'd planned his
   fights. The lead-in, the shift of attack, the sudden,
   stunning knockout blow. The champ had it all worked out,
   only, it was no good. Now that he was here, the victory
   seemed too easy. You can't hit a man who won't fight back."
   -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"Spads Were Trump" / script, Carl Wessler. p. 190-195 in
   Master Race and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard
   Krigstein (Seattle : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted
   from Aces High, no. 5 (Nov./Dec. 1955). -- Begins: "I was a
   green kid that day in April, '18, green in more ways tha
   one. It was my first combat dogfight, and before I knew it,
   there was this Pfalz D-3 on my back. I couldn't shake him.
   I tried every stunt in the book, and a few more I made up
   in the panic of the moment. But that Heinie hung on and
   kept pumping Spandau steel at me. So I tried prayers, and
   Lt. Walt Muller answered them. He came down on the Pfalz
   from out of the sun, and old Fritz never knew what hit
   him." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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"One Way Hero" / script, Jack Oleck. p. 196-201 in Master Race
   and Other Stories Illustrated by Bernard Krigstein (Seattle
   : Fantagraphics Books, 2018) ; reprinted from Incredible
   Science Fiction, no. 53 (Jan./Feb. 1956). -- Begins: "The
   rockets sit behind you, their noses pointed to the distant
   stars, and you can still thrill to the power and beauty of
   them. But tonight, you don't look back. You stride Mars
   like a conqueror, trim and erect in your glittering
   spaceman's uniform, and six hours of pleasure lie ahead of
   you. It will be six hours before the Starblazer begins to
   take on her cargo." -- Call no.: PN6727.K75M3 2018
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**** NEW CATALOGING, INDEXING AND CORRECTIONS FOR OCTOBER 13,
   2020 
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Deutsche Comicforschung, Bd. 1 (2005)
   CONTENTS: "Worte auf den Weg" p. 3-5 -- "Lenardo und
   Blandine : ein Comic aus dem Theater" p. 7-11 -- "Rodolphe
   Töpffers Einflüsse im deutschen Sprachraum" p. 12-21 --
   "Das Amerikanische Abenteuer" p. 22-31 -- "Carl Storch" p.
   31-39 -- "Professor Münchhausen : eine technische
   Münchhausiade" p. 40-46 -- "Mit Gottvertrauen und einer
   guten Flinte" p. 47-51 -- "Superman aus der Gartenlaube" p.
   52-55 -- "Emmerich Huber" p. 56-71 -- "Comic-Strips in der
   Frühzeit der Hamburger Morgenpost" p. 72-81 -- "Heinz
   Schubel" p. 82-91 -- "Richard Hambach" p. 92-105 -- "Die
   Tiny-Winys : eine Ableger der Hegen-Schule" p. 106-111 --
   "So wurde das Auto mobil" p. 112-116 -- "Kindergeschichten"
   p. 117-120 -- "Alma Mater Comicensis : Das Institut für
   Jugendbuchforschung" p. 121-123 -- "Wilhelm-Busch-Museum
   Hannover" p. 124-128 -- "Comic : Kunst" p. 129-133 --
   "Einführende Literatur" p. 134-136 -- "Abschlussarbeiten
   zum Comic" p. 137-143 -- "Die Autoren/Bildnachweis" p. 144
   -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.1
FIX FIRST TITLE (DEn)
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Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009)
   CONTENTS: "Worte auf den Weg" p. 3 -- "Einst ein
   hochmodernes Genre : die bürgerliche 'Pläsier-Reise'" p.
   6-15 -- "Kaspar Braun : 'Der Gockel'" p. 16-20 -- "Der
   Totentanz bei Rethel, Ille und Schwarzkopf" p. 21-32 --
   "Puck : Illustriertes humoristisches Wochenblatt" p. 4,
   33-50 -- "Bilderbogen des kleinen Lebens : Familie
   Riebeisel" p. 51-61 -- "Otto Waffenschmied" p. 62-78 --
   "Otto Schoffs Mucki als Transformation eines US-Strips" p.
   79-83 -- "Cefischer" p. 84-98 -- "Max Otto : zum zweiten"
   p. 99-103 -- "Zur Anti-Comic-Debatte der DDR in den 50er
   Jahren" p. 104-117 -- "Porno, Pop und Politik : Alfred von
   Meysenbug als Comic-Revoluzzer" p. 118-125 -- "Franz Gerg :
   'Max & Luzie'" p. 126-139 -- "Addenda" p. 140-141 -- Call
   no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Worte auf den Weg" / der Herausgeber. p. 3 in Deutsche
   Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Einst ein hochmodernes Genre : die bürgerliche
   'Pläsier-Reise'" / von Eckart Sackmann. p. 6-15 in Deutsche
   Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "In der ersten Hälfte des
   19. Jahrhunderts profitierte die Bild-Erzählung vom
   Aufkommen der illustrierten Press. Die ihrerseits erfuhr
   duch Eisenbahn und Dampfschiffahrt eine überregionale
   Verbreitung. Auch die zeitgenössischen Comiczeichner
   begaben sich auf Reisen." -- An article about comics about
   vacation travel in the 19th century. -- Call no.: PN6755.D4
   Bd.5
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"Kaspar Braun : 'Der Gockel'" / von Eckart Sackmann. p. 16-20
   in Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Die im 19.
   Jahrhundert eingeführte Reproduktionstechnik des Holzstichs
   brachte es in der Regel mit sich, dass beim Übertragen der
   Zeichnung auf den Holzstock das Original zerstört wurde.
   Die jetzt aufgetauchte Vorskizze zu Kaspar Brauns
   Bilderbogen "Der Gockel" ist von daher eine Seltenheit." --
   A sketch page for Münchener Bilderbogen, nro. 1 (Der
   Gockel) exists and is shown, along with the published
   version. -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Der Totentanz bei Rethel, Ille und Schwarzkopf" / von
   Dietrich Grünewald. p. 21-32 in Deutsche Comicforschung.
   Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Traditionell sind die seit dem 15.
   Jahrhundert verbreiteten Totentanzdarstellungen additiver
   Natur. Anders eine von Alfred Rethel 1849 geschaffene
   Bildfolge mit zeitgenössischen Bezug, die ihrseits die
   Totentanz-Zyklen von Eduard Ille (ebenfalls 1849) und von
   Richard Schwarzkopf (1937) prägte." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4
   Bd.5
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"Puck : Illustriertes humoristisches Wochenblatt" / von Eckart
   Sackmann. p. 4, 33-50 in Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5
   (2009). -- "Als sich um 1900 die US-Tageszeitungen mit
   farbigen Comicbeilagen bekriegten, bauten sie auf eine
   Jahrzehnte währende Entwicklung auf. Am Anfang ses modernen
   amerikanischen Comic steht die Zeitschrift Puck. Ihr
   Gründer war ein Wiener, und die deutsche Ausgabe erschien
   noch vor der englischsprachigen." -- About the
   German-language version of the magazine Puck, published in
   New York. -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Bilderbogen des kleinen Lebens : Familie Riebeisel" / von
   Eckart Sackmann und Harald Havas. p. 51-61 in Deutsche
   Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "In älterer Literatur zom
   Comic liest man in der Regel, erst nach 1945 habe es im
   deutschsprachigen Raum Sprechblasencomics gegeben. Neuere
   Forschungsegebnisse widerlegen das. In Österreich war die
   Sprechblase bereits in den 20er Jahren eingeführt. 'Familie
   Riebeisel' erschien kurzzeitig auch in Deutschland." --
   Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Otto Waffenschmied" / von Eckart Sackmann. p. 62-78 in
   Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Der gebürtige
   Wiener Otto Waffenschmied war einer produktivsten
   Comic-zeichner und -autoren der 1930er Jahre. Als Hauptwerk
   gilt die langlebige, in Zusammenarbeit mit seiner Frau
   gestaltete Kinderzeitschrift 'Dideldum.' Erfolg hatte der
   vielseitige Waffenschmied aber auch mit einem Theaterstück
   für Kinder." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Otto Schoffs Mucki als Transformation eines US-Strips" / von
   Gerd Lettkemann. p. 79-83 in Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5
   (2009). -- "Nur wenige US-amerikanische Comics fanden
   zwischen den Kriegen ihren Weg nach Deutschland. Martin
   Branners 'Winnie Winkle" war so eine Ausnahme. Nach
   Einstellung der hierzulande als 'Kalle, der Lausbubenkönig'
   bekannten Originalserie schuf der Deutsche Otto Schoff
   kurzzeitig einen Nachfolgestrip." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4
   Bd.5
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"Cefischer" / von Eckart Sackmann. p. 84-98 in Deutsche
   Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Mit dem 'Familienkater'
   Oskar schuf der Frankfurter Carl Fischer, gennant
   Cefischer, eine der populärsten Comicfiguen der
   Nachkriegszeit. Fischer begann seine Karriere in den 20ern.
   Ein schreckliches Shicksal führte dazu, dass er seinen
   'Oskar' mit dem Mund zeichnen musste: er hatte im Krieg
   beide Arme verloren." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
Fischer, Carl Ernst, 1900-1974.
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"Max Otto : zum zweiten" / von Eckart Sackmann. p. 99-103 in
   Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Im letzten Band
   von 'Deutsche Comicforschung' hiess es über Max Otto, er
   sei ein 'Zeichner ohne Gesicht." Inzwischen sind neue
   Informationen aufgetaucht, so dass der Artikel einigen
   biografischen Daten ergänzt werden kann. Max Otto lebte
   nach dem Krieg in Gronau/Leine." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4
   Bd.5
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"Zur Anti-Comic-Debatte der DDR in den 50er Jahren" / von
   Michael F. Scholz. p. 104-117 in Deutsche Comicforschung.
   Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Nicht nur in Westdeutschland, auch in der
   DDR gab es zu Beginn der 50er Jahre Bestrebungen, dem
   vermuteten schädlichen Einfluss der Comics etwas
   entgegenzusetzen. Die Debatte um 'Schmutz und Schund' wurde
   hier möglicherweise mit dem Ziel gefürt, die USA zi
   diskreditieren." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Porno, Pop und Politik : Alfred von Meysenbug als
   Comic-Revoluzzer" / von Helmut Kronthaler. p. 118-125 in
   Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Mit am Stil der
   Pop Art orientierten Comics bebilderte Meysenbug zentrale
   Thesen der deutschen Studentenbewegung der späten 60er
   Jahre. Seine 'Heldinnen' Jolly Boom und Carla Lilly
   kämpfgen gegen Konsumterror und Establishment und Glauben
   wie ihr Schöpfer an die revolutionäre Kraft von vreier
   Liebe und Pornographie." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Franz Gerg : 'Max & Luzie'" / von Eckart Sackmann. p. 126-139
   in Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009). -- "Wahrend
   ringsumher mediokre Werke als 'Graphic Novel' und 'Kunst'
   hochgelobt werden, findet ein Grossteil der Entwicklung des
   deutschen Comic auf Nebenpfaden statt. 'Max & Luzie' is ein
   Werbecomic, der es leicht mit den preisgekrönten
   'Autorencomics' aufnimmt." -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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"Addenda" p. 140-141 in Deutsche Comicforschung. Bd. 5 (2009).
   -- Updates a previous article (in Bd. 4) about the artist
   Barlog. -- Call no.: PN6755.D4 Bd.5
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**** NEW CATALOGING, INDEXING AND CORRECTIONS FOR OCTOBER 14,
   2020 
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Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go Digital /
   edited by James N. Gilmore and Matthias Stork. -- Lanham :
   Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. -- 252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   Foreword: The industrial and economic history of the
   superhero blockbuster / Drew Morton ; Introduction: Heroes,
   converge! / James N. Gilmore and Matthias Stork ; Will you
   like me when I'm angry?: discourses of the digital in Hulk
   and The Incredible Hulk / James N. Gilmore ; Secret
   origins: melodrama and the digital in Ang Lee's Hulk / Matt
   Yockey ; Fantastic views: superheroes, visual perception,
   and digital perspective / Lisa Gotto ; From motion line to
   motion blur: the integration of digital coloring in the
   superhero comic book / M.J. Clarke ; Assembling the
   Avengers: reframing the superhero movie through Marvel's
   cinematic universe / Matthias Stork ; From scientific
   romance to Disney superhero: genre fluidity and the
   marketing of John Carter / Andrew James Myers ; The cult of
   Comic-Con and the spectacle of superhero marketing / Kevin
   McDonald ; The dark knight levels up: Batman: Arkham Asylum
   and the convergent superhero franchise / Justin Mack ; The
   fears of a superhero: Batman Begins and Batman: Arkham
   Asylum / Benjamin Beil ; "I am Catwoman, hear me roar":
   gender between film and video game / Martin Hennig ;
   Melodrama, romance, and the celebrity of superheroes / Ben
   Grisanti ; In franchise: narrative coherence, alternates,
   and the multiverse in X-Men / Russell Backman ; Spectacular
   superheroes on stage: theatre's unique contribution(s) to
   Batman's transmedia story / Mathias P. Bremgartner ;
   Afterword: When story worlds collide: Superhero movies and
   transmedia patchworks / Andreas Rauscher. -- A book about
   Superhero comics, superhero films, etc. -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
Gilmore, James, 1989-
Stork, Matthias, 1986-
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"The Industrial and Economic History of the Superhero
   Blockbuster" (Foreword) / Drew Morton. p. ix-xii p. in
   Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go Digital
   (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"Heroes, Converge!" (Introduction) / James N. Gilmore and
   Matthias Stork. p. 1-10 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book
   Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield,
   2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"Will You Like Me When I'm Angry? : Discourses of the Digital
   in Hulk and The Incredible Hulk" / James N. Gilmore. p.
   11-26 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go
   Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"Secret Origins : Melodrama and the Digital in Ang Lee's Hulk"
   / Matt Yockey. p. 27-40 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book
   Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield,
   2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"Fantastic Views : Superheroes, Visual Perception, and Digital
   Perspective" / Lisa Gotto. p. 41-56 in Superhero Synergies
   : Comic Book Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman &
   Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"From Motion Line to Motion Blur : the Integration of Digital
   Coloring in the Superhero Comic Book" / M.J. Clarke.
   p.57-76 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go
   Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"Assembling the Avengers : Reframing the Superhero Movie
   through Marvel's Cinematic Universe" / Matthias Stork. p.
   77-96 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go
   Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"From Scientific Romance to Disney Superhero : Genre Fluidity
   and the Marketing of John Carter" / Andrew James Myers. p.
   97-116 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go
   Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"The Cult of Comic-Con and the Spectacle of Superhero
   Marketing" / Kevin McDonald. p. 117-136 in Superhero
   Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go Digital (Lanham :
   Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"The Dark Knight Levels Up : Batman: Arkham Asylum and the
   Convergent Superhero Franchise" / Justin Mack. p. 137-154
   in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go Digital
   (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"The Fears of a Superhero : Batman Begins and Batman: Arkham
   Asylum" / Benjamin Beil. p. 155-172 in Superhero Synergies
   : Comic Book Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman &
   Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"'I Am Catwoman, Hear Me Roar' : Gender Between Film and Video
   Game" / Martin Hennig. p.173-188 in Superhero Synergies :
   Comic Book Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman &
   Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"Melodrama, Romance, and the Celebrity of Superheroes" / Ben
   Grisanti. p. 189-200 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book
   Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield,
   2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"In Franchise : Narrative Coherence, Alternates, and the
   Multiverse in X-Men" / Russell Backman. p. 201-220 in
   Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go Digital
   (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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"Spectacular Superheroes on Stage : Theatre's Unique
   Contribution(s) to Batman's Transmedia Story" / Mathias P.
   Bremgartner. p. 221-236 in Superhero Synergies : Comic Book
   Characters Go Digital (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield,
   2014). -- Call no.: PN6714.S85 2014
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"When Story Worlds Collide : Superhero Movies and Transmedia
   Patchworks" (Afterword) / Andreas Rauscher. p. 237-242 in
   Superhero Synergies : Comic Book Characters Go Digital
   (Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.S85 2014
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Graphic Narratives and the Mythological Imagination in India /
   Roma Chatterji. -- London  : Routledge, Taylor & Francis
   Group, 2020. -- 114 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- "This book
   explores graphic narratives and comics in India and
   demonstrates how these forms serve as sites on which myths
   are enacted and recast. It uses the case studies of a
   comics version of the Mahabharata War, a folk artist's
   rendition of a comic book story, and a commercial project
   to reimagine two of India's most famous epics, the Ramayana
   and the Mahabharata, as science fiction and superhero
   tales." -- Call no.: PN6790 .I5C48 2020
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Krieg und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen /
   icon Düsseldorf (Hg.). -- Bielefeld : Transcript 2020. --
   306 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm. -- (Edition
   Kulturwissenschaft ; 223) -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- Contents: "Vorwort" ; Das Kriegskind Comic ;
   Der Traum vom besseren Leben : Das Thema Migration im Comic
   ; Erzählende Dinge : Zur Funktion gezeichneter Objekte in
   Comics über Krieg und Migration ; Kartierung der Flucht :
   Karten in Migrations-Comics ; Im Zwischenraum : Migration
   in deutschsprachigen Comics der Gegenwart ; 'What happens
   in the gutter?' und die Symbiose von Text und Graphik :
   Formale Aspekte in Joe Saccos Journalism ; 'Wodurch werden
   wir zu dem, was wir sind?' Im Himmel ist Jahrmarkt von
   Birgit Weyhe : eine deutsche Familiengeschichte ; Das
   Shicksal der Vertriebenen : Das Ende der japanischen
   Kolonialpoitik in der Mandschursi in Satonaka Machikos Und
   morgen strahlt wieder die Sonne (Ashita Kagayaku,
   1972-1973) ; Popularisierung von Kriegserinnerung im Manga
   In This Corner of the World (Kôno Fumiyo, 2007-2009) ;
   Harraga en bande dessinée : Fluchtlinge in frankophonen
   Comics und Graphic Novels ; Biopolitik und Transversalität
   : eine Analyse von Javier de Isusis graphischer Erzählung
   Asylum. -- A book about war and migration in comics. --
   Call no.: PN6714.K753 2020
Icon Düsseldorf.
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"Vorwort" / Michael Heinze & Frank Leinen. p. 7-12 in Krieg
   und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen
   (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753
   2020
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"Das Kriegskind Comic" / Andreas Platthaus. p. 13-20 in Krieg
   und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen
   (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753
   2020
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"Der Traum vom besseren Leben : Das Thema Migration im Comic"
   / Dietrich Grünewald. p. 21-52 in Krieg und Migration im
   Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen (Bielefeld : Transcript
   2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753 2020
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"Erzählende Dinge : Zur Funktion gezeichneter Objekte in
   Comics über Krieg und Migration" / Monika Schmitz-Emans. p.
   53-74 in Krieg und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre
   Analysen (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.K753 2020
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"Kartierung der Flucht : Karten in Migrations-Comics" / Mara
   Stulfauth-Trabert & Florian Trabert. p. p. 75-106 in Krieg
   und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen
   (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753
   2020
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"Im Zwischenraum : Migration in deutschsprachigen Comics der
   Gegenwart" / Florian Trabert. p. 1007-126in Krieg und
   Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen (Bielefeld
   : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753 2020
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"'What Happens in the Gutter?' und die Symbiose von Text und
   Graphik : Formale Aspekte in Joe Saccos Journalism" /
   Michael Heinze. p. 127-156 in Krieg und Migration im Comic
   : interdisziplinäre Analysen (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.K753 2020
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"'Wodurch werden wir zu dem, was wir sind?' Im Himmel ist
   Jahrmarkt von Birgit Weyhe : eine deutsche
   Familiengeschichte" / Susanne Brandt. p. 157-180 in Krieg
   und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen
   (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753
   2020
Im Himmel ist Jahrmarkt--Articles About.
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"Das Shicksal der Vertriebenen : Das Ende der japanischen
   Kolonialpoitik in der Mandschursi in Satonaka Machikos Und
   morgen strahlt wieder die Sonne (Ashita Kagayaku,
   1972-1973)" / Stephan Köhn. p. 181-206 in Krieg und
   Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre Analysen (Bielefeld
   : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.K753 2020
Satonaka, Machiko, 1948- --Miscellanea.
Ashita Kagayaku--Articles About.
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"Popularisierung von Kriegserinnerung im Manga In This Corner
   of the World (Kôno Fumiyo, 2007-2009)" / Elisabeth Scherer.
   p. 207-240 in Krieg und Migration im Comic :
   interdisziplinäre Analysen (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.K753 2020
Kouno, Fumiyo--Miscellanea.
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"Harraga en bande dessinée : Fluchtlinge in frankophonen
   Comics und Graphic Novels" / Marina Ortrud M. Hertrampf. p.
   241-264 in Krieg und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre
   Analysen (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.K753 2020
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"Biopolitik und Transversalität : eine Analyse von Javier de
   Isusis graphischer Erzählung Asylum" / Frank Leinen. p.
   265-302 in Krieg und Migration im Comic : interdisziplinäre
   Analysen (Bielefeld : Transcript 2020). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.K753 2020
Isusi, Javier de, 1972- --Miscellanea.
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Holocaust Graphic Narratives : Generation, Trauma, and Memory
   / Victoria Aarons. -- New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers
   University Press, 2020. -- 241 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   Introduction: visual testimonies of memory ; The
   performance of memory: Miriam Katin's we are on our own, a
   child survivor's (auto) biographical memoir ; Memory
   frames: Mendel's daughter, a second-generation perspective
   ; "Replacing absence with memory": Bernice Eisenstein's
   graphic memoir I was the child of Holocaust survivors ;
   Flying couch: a third-generation tapestry of memory ;
   Yossel: April 19, 1943: possible histories ; Visual
   landscapes of memory: fracturing time and space ; Epilogue:
   an inheritance of memory. -- Call no.: PN56.H55A238 2020
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Representing Acts of Violence in Comics / edited by Nina
   Mickwitz, Ian Horton and Ian Hague. -- New York :
   Routledge, 2020. -- 196 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Routledge
   Advances in Comics Studies) -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Contents: "Picturing National and
   Personal Acts of Violence : Modes of Depiction in Barefoot
   Gen" p. 19-34 ; "Bloody Murder in the Bible : Graphic
   Representations of the 'First Murder' in Biblical Comics"
   p. 35-52 ; "A Balancing Act : Didactic Spectacle in Jack
   Jackson's 'Nits Make Lice' and Slow Death Comix" p. 53-68 ;
   "Seeing (in) Red : 'Thick' Violence in Michael Nicoll
   Yahgulanaas's Red: a Haida Manga" p. 71-88 ; "Embodied
   Reading and Performing Vulnerability in Joe Sacco's The
   Great War" p. 89-101 ; "Boiled or Fried, Dennis? :
   Violence, Play and Narrative in Dennis the Menace and
   Gnasher" p. 105-118 ; "Humor as a Strategy in Communicating
   Sexual and Domestic Abuse of Women in Comics" p. 119-135 ;
   "The Risks of Representation : Making Gender and Violence
   Visible in The Ballad of Halo Jones" p. 139-158 ; "Unmaking
   the Apocalypse : Pain, Violence, Torture and Weaponizing
   the Black, Female Body" p. 159-169 ; "Killgrave, the Purple
   Man" p. 170-184. -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
Hague, Ian, 1986-
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"Picturing National and Personal Acts of Violence : Modes of
   Depiction in Barefoot Gen" / John Miers. p. 19-34 in
   Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New York :
   Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Bloody Murder in the Bible : Graphic Representations of the
   'First Murder' in Biblical Comics" / Zanne Domoney-Lyttle.
   p. 35-52 in Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New
   York : Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"A Balancing Act : Didactic Spectacle in Jack Jackson's 'Nits
   Make Lice' and Slow Death Comix" / Laurike in t'Veld. p.
   53-68 in Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New York
   : Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Seeing (in) Red : 'Thick' Violence in Michael Nicoll
   Yahgulanaas's Red: a Haida Manga" / Laura A. Pearson. p.
   71-88 in Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New York
   : Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Embodied Reading and Performing Vulnerability in Joe Sacco's
   The Great War" / Eszter Szep. p. 89-101 in Representing
   Acts of Violence in Comics (New York : Routledge, 2020). --
   Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Boiled or Fried, Dennis? : Violence, Play and Narrative in
   Dennis the Menace and Gnasher" / Christopher J. Thompson.
   p. 105-118 in Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New
   York : Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Humor as a Strategy in Communicating Sexual and Domestic
   Abuse of Women in Comics" / Nicola Streeten. p. 119-135 in
   Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New York :
   Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"The Risks of Representation : Making Gender and Violence
   Visible in The Ballad of Halo Jones"/ Maggie Gray. p.
   139-158 in Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New
   York : Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Unmaking the Apocalypse : Pain, Violence, Torture and
   Weaponizing the Black, Female Body" / Joseph Willis. p.
   159-169 in Representing Acts of Violence in Comics (New
   York : Routledge, 2020). -- An article about
   post-apocalypse stories. -- Call no.: PN6714.R435 2020
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"Killgrave, the Purple Man" / Jamie Brassett & Richard
   Reynolds. p. 170-184 in Representing Acts of Violence in
   Comics (New York : Routledge, 2020). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.R435 2020
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Stunt / Sacha Goerg. -- Bruxelles, Belgique : L'Employé du
   Moi, 2012. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- (Collection
   Vingt-Quatre ; no. 10) -- Alternative genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6747.G554S75 2012
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Chantage à la Terre / Gil, Monterd. -- Marcinelle-Charleroi :
   Dupuis, 1976. -- 46 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. -- (Paul Foran
   ; 1) -- This has a Spanish creative team: writer "Gil" is
   José Larraz, and artist "Monterd" is Jesús Blasco. --
   Adventure story genre. -- Call no.: PN6748.P36C47 1976
Blasco, Jesús, 1919-1995.
Larraz, José Ramón, 1929-2013.
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Zeleny Raoul. 3 : nekonecny príbeh Ceské republiky ocima Ufona
   / píse Hruteba ; kreslí Stepán Mares. -- Praha, 1997. -- 64
   p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. -- Other title: Tretí Zeleny Raoul.
   -- Political genre. -- Call no.: PN6790.C943 M33Z403 1997
Hruteba.
Mares, Stepán, 1943-
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