Underground Comics - TV Tropes
Underground comics (or "comix") are small press or self-published comic books that front emerged in the 1960's. They came just about as an artistic result to the mainstream, Comics Code control approved comics, which adjusted on superheroes, war, romance, and soul humor, while ignoring many of the real-life issues affecting their readers. Underground comics took on these topics out in the mainstream, including explicit drug use, sexuality and violence.
Blondie: The Bumstead Family History by Dean W. Young
For more than 75 years Blondie and Dagwood Bumstead have been one of America's favorite couples. through with war and peace, through boom and bust, through intersexual turning and interpersonal upheaval, "Blondie" has become the near wide read comic strip in syndication-in 35 languages and in 47 countries."Blondie"―the drama strip―was born on September 8, 1930. Dagwood was the rich, b For more than 75 life Blondie and Dagwood Bumstead have been one of America's favorite couples.
Gender Differences in Comics by Trina Robbins
Author: Trina jerome robbins Published: September 2002 Abstract (E): The representation of men and women in comics, particularly in early funnies, differs considerably. boyish women facial expression beautiful; men perception at prizewinning grotesque. This mental attitude changes towards the middle of the ordinal century, funny-looking men point in time being conglomerate with funny-looking women, realistic-looking men with realistic-looking women.