Comic Books of World War II

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Comic Books of World War II Alana Rister Shock Gibson In this comic, the Germans appear to be smart, at least enough to protect against Shock Gibson’s initial attack. After that, they seem not to be very smart. They put him in a camp with highly electrified fences, where he can recharge his powers. Plus, they use the German word “Der” and it makes them sound like they are idiots. You do get the impression that the German submarines are a real threat. However, you are shown that America is a greater threat. When Gibson captures the fake Hitler, it really doesn’t affect the outcome of the story or Gibson as a superhero. He is still considered a great hero and the only difference in the story is that America did not capture Hitler. Hitler did have a double in WWII, whose real name was Gustav Weler. Biff Banner’s Nightmare In this comic, the Japanese are depicted as violent savages. Everything they are doing is to kill other people including their own Japanese. Something that really surprised me was the shark. In the comic the shark was about to eat a Japanese person and he stops saying, “A Doity Jap! I hate Dese Japs More’n I like Human Meat.” It was showing that
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