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Pilcher, Tim und Brad Brooks: The Essential Guide to World Comics. London: Collins & Brown, 2005. (320 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1843403005
BibTeX citation key: Pilcher2005a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Welt
Creators: Brooks, Pilcher
Publisher: Collins & Brown (London)
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Abstract
Most people’s perception of comicbooks is one of superheroes like Spider-Man and Batman. But it belies an art form that is not unique to the UK and USA. Practically every country in the world has its own thriving comicbook industry. In some countries like France, they are a highly regarded form of expression – The Ninth Art. The cultural impact of comics cannot be underestimated. Arranged geographically, this book assesses the medium in every major area of the world, discussing the history of the genre, the comics and characters, the publishers, creators and artists. Regions covered include the UK and United States, central Europe (France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Italy), Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Japan and Asia, Africa, India, Central and South America, and Australasia. Including key feature spreads and a wealth of colour images – many of them unseen – this book is the first of its kind to provide a global picture of an often-underrated art form.
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