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Monday, April 11, 2022

IJOCA 23-1 delayed until June; Table of Contents for the issue

This issue is available now electronically. Here's the ToC for it.

Vol. 23, No. 2 Fall/Winter 2021

Editor's Notes
John A. Lent
Comics in East Asia: Symposium
edited by Marie Laureillard with John A. Lent

Marie Laureillard

Small Objects, Old Pictures, New Drawings: Forms of Historiography
in Contemporary Taiwanese Graphic Novels (Past and Future)  Corrado Neri

Tales from Vietnam: Testifying about War and Exile in France and the United States
Justin S. Wadlow

The Other East Asian Cartoon Powerhouse--South Korea
John A. Lent

The Evolution of the Character of the Monkey King (Songokû) from Journey to the West in the Illustrated Books and Paintings in Edo Period
Delphine Mulard

Comics Outside of Japan: Manga by Spanish Authors
Julia Rigual Mur and Pablo César Anía Ruiz-Flores
"Fuichin-san" (1957-1962), a Dramatization of a Girl's Lifein  Harbin and the Stylistic Research of Ueda Toshiko
Naoko Morita

Shonen and Seinen Manga, Repositories of the Pacific War
Anthony Tristani

History of Comics in Senegal
Christophe Cassiau-Haurie
Translated by Issa Nyaphaga

What's in a Signature?: The Comic War over the Twins
Aswathy Senan

The New Yorker's Greatest Cartoonist and the Little Spaniard: Peter Arno and Pablo Picasso
Michele Ann Abate

When Quetzalcoatl and Shenlong Collide: Image of the Dragon on Quetzalcoatl's Representation within the Mexican Comic Aztectopía
Sarahi Isuki Castelli-Olvera

Tiny Country, Monumental Event: Cyprus Olive Cartoon Festival
John A. Lent with Huseyin Cakmak and Musa Kayra

The Mayor's Comments
Nidai Güngördü with John A. Lent

Pioneers of Comic Art Scholarship
A Bumpy and Proud Academic Journey
Pascal Lefèvre

The Legacy of José Carioca/Zé Carioca: A Critical History of the Brazilian Disney Ambassador
Wiliam Machado de Andrade and Aaron Humphrey

An "In-betweener" Chinese Cartoonist: An Interview with Chang Jin
Xu Ying

"I Ain't a Bad Swab at Heart-- I Does the Best I Know How": Popeye and Boxing in E. C. Segar's Thimble Theatre
Jeffrey O. Segrave
John A. Cosgrove

Freedom and Regulation of Expression, Manga, and Women:
A Symposium
edited by Fusami Ogi

The Imaginary Republic
Nagayama Kaoru
Translated by Patrick W. Galbraith

Shōjo Manga [Japanese Comics for Girls] and Her Freedom:  Globalizing the Half-century Challenge of Going Beyond Difficulties
Fusami Ogi

Places for Expressing Women's Independence and Media Condition: Focusing on Essay Manga on SNS
Miho Takeuchi
Translated by Nick Hall

Expressing Visceral Female Subjectivity in Women's Manga: Double Standards, Censorship, and Staying Ahead in the Game
Jessica Bauwens-Sugimoto

Bodies Reconfigured between the National and Global Realms: An Exploration of the Shift of Moral Panic Codes Against Sexual Expression in Manga in Contemporary Japan
Takeshi Hamano

An Analysis of Frame Structures in LGBTQ-themed Manga: How the (Im)permeability of Manga Frames Enhances LGBTQ Manga Characterization, Design, and Narrative
Kazumi Nagaike

Is Eromanga a Bad Word? Confronting "the Erotic Barrier"
Patrick W. Galbraith

The Cultural Tensions of Non-Kuwaiti Video Games Circulating in Kuwaiti Culture: Kuwaiti Gamers' Views on Gender, Sexuality, and Censorship in Gaming
Ahmed Baroody

Laughing All the Way: Saseo Ono in His Indonesia Days, 1941-1945
Kosei Ono

Frankenstein and Its Legacy in the Comics
Michael A. Torregrossa

Oleg Dergachov's Perpetual Quest for Comic Art Fulfillment
John A. Lent

Discussion about Typhoto Poem
Sun Kil Whang

Teaching Exercises
New Visual Worlds: Introducing a Visual Pedagogy
Jason DeHart

Not STAN LEE's Soapbox, But STAN LEE's JACK-In-The-Box! Stan "The Man" Talks About Jack Kirby "The King" -- 1961-2014
Barry Pearl

A Few Words from a Children's Graphic Novelist
Jason D. DeHart

Remembrance (Giannalberto Bendazzi 1946-2021)
John A. Lent

Research Prompts
John A. Lent

A Review Essay
David Kunzle. Ally Sloper, His Life & Times, by Alan Clark,
Sugar-Plums and Tootletum, The Work of C. H. Ross, by Alan Clark.

A Review Essay
Richard Scully. Rebirth of the English Comic Strip: A Kaleidoscope, 1847-1870, by David Kunzle.

A Review Essay
Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste. La función del comic, by Michel Matly.

Book Reviews
-Leonard Rifas. Red Lines: Political Cartoons and the Struggle
Against Censorship, by Cherian George and Sonny Liew,
-Matthew J. Costello. The Comics World: Comic Books, Graphic
Novels, and Their Publics, by Benjamin Woo and Jeremy
Stoll, p.549.
-Eric Berlatsky. Authorizing Superhero Comics: On the Evolution of
a Popular Serial Genre, by Daniel Stein, p.551.
-Leonard ("Labe") Rifas. Is Superman Circumcised? by Roy
Schwartz, p.556.
-James Willetts. Mixed-Race Superheroes, by Sika A. Dagbovie-
Mullins and Eric L. Berlatsky, p.562.
-Michael Kobre. The Stan Lee Universe, by Danny Fingeroth and
Roy Thomas,p.565.
-John A. Lent. Pulp Empire: The Secret History of Comic Book
Imperialism, by Paul S. Hirsch, p.570.
-Kirsten Møllegaard. Documenting Trauma in Comics: Traumatic
Pasts, Embodied Histories, and Graphic Reportage, by Dominic
Davies and Candida Rifkind, p.573.
-Lizzy Walker. Comics and the Body: Drawing, Reading, and
Vulnerability, by Eszter Szép, p.575.
-John A. Lent. World Press Cartoon. Caldas da Rainha. 2021, by
Antόnio Antunes, et al., p.576.
-John A. Lent. The Comics of R. Crumb. Underground in the Art
Museum, by Daniel Worden, p.580.
-Christopher Roman. The Life and Comics of Howard Cruse: Taking
Risks in the Service of Truth, by Andrew J. Kunka, p.581.
-John A. Lent. Manhua Modernity: Chinese Culture and the Pictorial
Turn, by John A. Crespi, p.584.
-John A. Lent. The Waiting, by Keum Suk Gendry-Kim, p.586.
-John A. Lent. Caricature and National Character: The United States
at War, by Christopher J. Gilbert, p.587.
J-ohn A. Lent. Charlie Brown's America: The Popular Politics of
Peanuts, by Blake Scott Ball, p.587.

Exhibition Reviews
-Mark Hibbett. "Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules," by Andy
Holden, p.589.
-Wim Lockefeer. Exhibition Notes from Belgium -- Congolese
Comics & Brecht Evens, p.590.
-Mike Rhode. Moomin Animations -- Thrills and Cuddles, by Minna
Honkasalo, p.599.
-Pedro Moura. "Bob Spit" -- We Do Not Like People, by Cesar
Cabral, p.601.

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