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D. Parody imitation with a twist. E. Why Go Po-Mo?:
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III. Comics & The Batman : 1930s, toy surprise in a box of cereal, help with sales. Famous Funnies, first one with a price with both children and adults. As much grown up as not. Eventually run out of newspaper strips, New Fun Comics comes. 1938-Action comics first appearance of Superman and super hero. Costume heroes (Zorro) before and super powers, but combination of all is superman. Period of golden age of comics after superheroes, comics covering all sorts of dramas, war comics (shows real cost of war) (sometimes sympathetic to enemy side), adventure comics, science fiction comics, funny animals, teen humor, romance, jungle comics, crime, horror comics. A. A Brief Origin of Comics: -- Pre History: -- The Modern Comic Strip: -- The Comic Book: -- The Superhero: -- The Comics Code: the code limits what can go into comics, drives EC comics out of business, went to magazine (Mad Magazine)/ In 1960s in response to McCarthyism and comic code, the underground comics, which do everything they are not supposed to. Distribute by hand, mail, head shops. Marvel was asked to produce an anti drug comic. Spiderman was established either way. The Spirit
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