Serials to Graphic Novels: The Evolution of the Victorian

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Marie Duval was a rare talent to emerge in the male-dominated world of popular publications. We also revisit classic stories that Kramer has drawn, like the Black Reign arc in JSA that explored the hero/villain dichotomy of Black Adam. "He's the anti-hero, a Superman, with Punisher's mentality. Television was also an influence in the downturn because it ate into the leisure time of many Americans. But what did govern his work was curiosity, which caused him to practice design, in part, was the experimental manipulation of form and the exploration of materials.

Pages: 304

Publisher: University Press of Florida (February 28, 2017)

ISBN: 0813062292

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