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Mazur, Dan und Alexander Danner: Comics. A Global History, 1968 to the Present. London u. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2014. (304 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9780500290965
BibTeX citation key: Mazur2014
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Keywords: Historischer Überblick
Creators: Danner, Mazur
Publisher: Thames & Hudson (London u. New York)
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Abstract
The first global history of comics from 1968 through to the present day, arranged chronologically and richly illustrated with prime examples of the artists, styles and movements being discussed. The authors contextualize the crucial modern period within the art form’s broader history and offer a description of the more fluid, international and digital scene that is the medium’s likely future. They supply examples from around the world – including the US and UK, France, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Argentina, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand – and from a range of renowned and lesser-known artists.

Table of Contents

Preface (6)
Introduction (10)

I. 1968–1978

1. THE UNDERGROUNDS AND AFTER (22)
Robert Crumb • Underground Diversity • The End? • The Post-Underground and Non-Fiction Comics

2. AMERICAN MAINSTREAM COMICS (44)
Dawn of the 1970s: The Superhero Trap • Breaking the Mold: Neil Adams • Striving for Creative Freedom: Kirky’s Free Reign • Toward the Graphic Novel: Gil Kane’s “Pictorial Fiction”

3. AMERICAN MAINSTREAM COMICS: A NEW GENERATlON (52)
The Brash Traditionalists: Old Sources, New Attitudes • Ground Level Comics: Where Mainstream and Underground Meet

4. Mainstream Manga (62)
Shōnen Manga • Seinen Manga • Shōjo Manga

5. GARO AND ALTERNATIVE MANGA (78)
Garo and Watakushi Manga

6. TEZUKA (88)

7. L’AGE ADULTE IN BANDE DESSINÉE AND OTHER EUROPEAN COMICS (92)
L’age adulte: Pilote and Comics Scholarship • Fantasy and Formal Play • Fumetti d’autore • The Argentinian Connection

8. THE NEW EUROPEAN PUBLISHING (110)
L’Écho des Savannes • Moebius, Science Fiction and Screaming Metal • European and British Undergrounds • People of the Book: Futuropolis • Comics as High Art: Outliers and Harbingers

II. 1978–1990

9. À SUIVRE AND THE WILD lNVASION (130)
Bande dessinée Romanesque: Literary Models and Tranches de la vie • Cerebral Absurdism and Whimsical Noir • Nouveau réalisme • The Return of Ligne claire: “La fin de la bande dessinée adulte”

10. NEW TRENDS IN ITALIAN AND SPANISH COMICS (154)
Italy: The New Adult Fumetti • Spain: Linea chunga and Neotebeo

11. MAINSTREAM REBELS IN THE U.S. AND U.K. (164)
2000AD and the Rebirth of Science Fiction • From Chris Claremont to Frank Miller: Longer Stories, Darker Themes • The British Invasion, First Wave

12. THE DAWN OF THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, THE RAW GENERATION AND PUNK COMIX (180)
Dawn of the Graphic Novel • RAW and the New Alternative Comics • Subversive Self-Publishers and Newave Mini Comix • Alternative Newspaper Comics

13. THE GROWTH OF REALISM IN MANGA (198)
Dystopian Stories, Realistic Imagery • Taboo Love, Adult Romance and the Birth of Josei • Alternative Manga: Garo 1978–1990

III. 1990 ONWARD

14. AMERICAN MAINSTREAM COMICS IN THE 1990s (214)
The Sandman and the Birth of Vertigo • Alternative Interprets Mainstream • Superstar Artists and the Spectacular Boom • Challenges for the Mainstream: Dark Horse and Image • Decompressed Comics, Stylized Nostalgia and Cinematic Aspirations

15. AMERICAN ALTERNATIVE COMICS OF THE 1990s (228)
Selfpublishing and the Black-and-White Boom • Nineties Alternatives: Autobiography and Melancholy Nostalgia • Fort Thunder, Highwater Books and the Comic as Art Object

16. EUROPEAN COMICS IN THE 1990s (246)
Strapazin and the German-Swiss Avant Garde • Mainstream Bande dessinée: Bright Points in a Monotone Landscape • Alternative and Avant-garde Bande dessinée: L’Association • Similar Ventures across the Continent

17. THE QUEST FOR “RESPECTABLE” MANGA (266)
An Increased Creative Role for Editors • Resurgence and Reinvention in Flagging Genres • The Last Days of Garo

18. COMICS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: AN INTERNATIONAL ART FORM (276)

19. NEW FORMS, NEW TECHNOLOGIES, NEW AUDIENCES (292)

NOTES (310)
BIBLIOGRAPHY (311)
INDEX OF CREATORS (313)
INDEX OF COMICS (316)
IMAGE CREDITS (319)


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