Comic Books as History: The Narrative Art of Jack Jackson,

Joseph Witek

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Done in black and white, in the traditional Japanese animation style, there are lots of exposed breasts and male genitalia but the characters seem cute and young, with no overt sexuality. Accepting submissions from writers, pencillers, inkers, and colorist, or combinations of these. Prolific' Gill: The phenomenally productive writer speaks [interview]. Adrien Barrere and his caricatures of the medical faculty of the University of Paris.

Pages: 180

Publisher: University Press of Mississippi; First Edition edition (December 1, 1989)

ISBN: 0878054065

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