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Fiction Factory o Specialization of labor in print Entertainment Media, employing a manufacturing factory model facilitate the speedy production of print entertainment. The Myth of Technology as Protector and Savior The Myth of Regeneration of Violence, make the world a better place by using violence Doc Savage o John Nanovic o Brilliant, lots of people helping him World War II and the rise of the paperback book Rearviewmirrorism o When the entertainment media looked back at past success in order to duplicate that success. Example: The Western Fractionalization o When a particular Entertainment Medium becomes saturated with competition, that medium will divide itself into highly specialized genre categories in order to capture a smaller, but dedicated market Comic Strips Joseph Pulitzer and The New York World
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Unformatted text preview: o First person to bring comic strips to • Hogans Alley (1895) the first comic strip o Rob Outcault, drawer of the yellow kid • William Randolph Hearst and the Yellow Kid o Brought in Outcault for Hogan’s Alley, created the foray of “yellow journalism” • 1912 comic strip daily o It was a typical and required part of being a good comic strip • Humor and the comic strip o Dominated strips for first two decades • Winsor McCays Little Nemo in Slumberland o Strip that had adventures of little kid in dreams, would take up an entire page, 1905 • Roy Crane and Charles Landons Wash Tubbs--(first adventure comic strip) o Tubs was an unlikely adventure, Captain Easy came in 1928, then later got his own comic strip, 1924,cpt. In 33...
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