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[Epub] ➚ The Rise of the American Comics Artist By Paul Williams – 15th-century.co Starting in the mid 1980s a talented set of comics artists changed the American comic book industry forever by introducing adult sensibilities and aesthetic considerations into popular genres such as Starting in the mid 1980s a talented set of comics artists changed the American comic book industry forever by introducing adult sensibilities and aesthetic considerations into popular genres such as superhero comics and the newspaper strip Frank Miller's Batman The Dark Knight Returns 1986 and Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons's Watchmen 1987 revolutionized the former genre in particular During this same period underground and alternative genres began to garner critical acclaim and media attention beyond comics specific outlets as best represented by.

Art Spiegelman's Maus Publishers began to collect bind and market comics as graphic novels and these appeared in mainstream bookstores and in magazine reviews The Rise of the American Comics Artist Creators and Contexts brings together new scholarship surveying the production distribution and reception of American comics from this pivotal decade to the present The collection specifically explores the figure of the comics creator either as writer as artist or as writer and artist in contemporary US comics using creators as focal points to evaluate.

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