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IJOCA Vol. 25, No. 1 Spring/Summer 2023
Comics and Propaganda: World War II
The Modern Imaginaire in Cao Hanmei’s The Golden Lotus
Chatting with 1/6: A Graphic Novel Writer Alan Jenkins about Insurrections and Threats to Democracy
In Favor of Happy Endings: An Interview with Bane Kerac
Japanese Jesus: The Humanity of Jesus in Hikaru Nakamura’s Saint Young Men
Daniel D. Clark
Cartooning the Inverse Zoo: The Forgotten Comic Art of Kurt Wiese
“Here Is a Man Who Would Not Take It”: The Contemporary Revival of the Newspaper Comic Strip
The Outbursts of Everett True 1905-1927
Richard A. Voeltz
“Do I Really Need Color in This Story?” An Interview with Reinhard Kleist
Mark David Nevins
Sabaibukei: Critiquing Capitalism in the Death Game Genre
Joseph Christopher Schaub
“What’s Funny about AIDS?”: How Howard Cruse’s “Wendel” Confronted a Crisis
War, Gender, and Diaspora in Clément Baloup’s Memoires de Viet Kieu
The Boom of Female Comics in the 21st Century in Brazil
Daniela dos Santos Domingues Marino
Natania Aparecida da Silva Nogueira
Flash Gordon, Blake and Mortimer’s American Uncle Chapter #1: What Is a Superhero?
Cartoonist Ambassador of Hope: Nigar Nazar of Pakistan
John A. Lent
Texas Jack Kent: A Comic Storyteller in San Antonio
Paul V. Allen
Basohmics: Reviving Basohli Art Through Modern Indian Comics
Aditi Magotra and Varsha Singh
Sanctioned Satire: Political Cartoons from China Daily
Linn A. Christiansen
A Chat with Chad Bilyeu of Amsterdam
The Duality of Manga in the Work of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
“The Rebirth of Angus Og”
Karimata 1890: Silent Comic with Nusantara Concept
Maurice Horn: a Memorial
Kim A. Munson
From Material to Meaning: Implications of Challenges to Young Adult Graphic Novels
Not All Heroes Need Museums: Brussels’ Marc Sleen Museum Closes
Quadrinhopédia, a Brazilian Comics Biographical Dictionary Database
Demystifying The U Ray, the Better to Rewrite the Origin Myth of “Blake and Mortimer”
Lianhe Zaobao’s 100th Anniversary Cartoon Exhibition and the Role of Comics in Asia in 2023
Lim Cheng Tju
Michel Matly. El cómic sobre la guerra civil, by Héctor Fernández L’Hoeste, p. 542.
Chesya Burke. Hero Me Not: The Containment of the Most Powerful Black, Female Superhero, by Stephanie Burt, p. 561.
Miguel Ferguson and Anne Timmons. Brigadistas! Am American Anti-Fascist in the Spanish Civil War, by Héctor Fernández L’Hoeste, p. 566.
John. A. Lent. Asian Political Cartoons, by Matt Wuerker, p. 579.
Michelle Ann Abate. Blockheads, Beagles, and Sweet Babboos: New
Perspectives on Charles M. Schulz’s “Peanuts,” by Chris York, p. 581.
Edward Sorel. Profusely Illustrated, A Memoir, by John A. Lent, p. 584.
Simon Grennan, Roger Sabin, and Julian Waite. Marie Duval: Maverick Victorian Cartoonist, by Lizzy Walker, p. 588.
Simon Appleford. Drawing Liberalism: Herblock’s Political Cartoons in Postwar America, by Christina M. Knopf, p. 593.
Jimmy Kugler and Michael Kugler. Into the Jungle! A Boy’s Comic Strip History of World War II, by James Willetts, p. 597.
Heike Bauer, Andrea Greenbaum, and Sarah Lightman, eds. Jewish Women in Comics: Bodies and Borders, by John A. Lent, p. 600.
António Antunes. Angeli: 50 anos de humor, Bárbara Reis, José António Lima, and António Antunes. Cartoons do ano 2022, by John A. Lent, p. 602.
Michael Rhode and John A. Lent. Comics Research Bibliography 2022 E-book Edition, by Michael Rhode, p. 605.
Michael Rhode. The Wonder of Sound and Vision: Film, TV & Other Media Adaptations of Comics (2022 Edition), by Michael Rhode, p. 607.
Michael Rhode. Public Radio and Voice of America on Comics & Cartoons: A Bibliography (2023 Edition), by Michael Rhode, p. 608.
Compleating Cul de Sac 2nd Edition Available in Print by Michael Rhode, p. 609.
Laurie Anne Agnese
Letters to the Editor