Comic Art in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America Through 2000: An International Bibliography (Google eBook)

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2004 - Art - 698 pages
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This work is the most comprehensive bibliography of the comic art of these regions and all its dimensions. It contains 10,200 easy to use citations, organized by region, country, and identifying characteristics. This volume brings together both mainstream and fugitive materials relating to animation, caricature, comic books, political cartoons, and other types of animation.

This exhaustive bibliography contains special sections on continental and inter-country perspectives as well as a directory of comic related periodicals of the different regions. Featured among the 87 countries is Japan, whose manga and anime have an impact on how comics and animation are perceived and produced worldwide. This comprehensive and thoroughly researched bibliography will greatly advance the study of international comic art.

  

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Contents

AFRICA
1
Algeria
3
Cameroon
4
Ghana
7
Malawi
8
Nigeria
9
Tanzania
40
Tunisia
41
Taiwan
461
Thailand
469
Uzbekistan
473
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA
475
Australia
476
Maldives
494
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
501
Argentina
504

MIDDLE EAST
43
Bahrain
46
Iraq
51
Kuwait
55
Saudi Arabia
56
ASIA
57
Afghanistan
73
Brunei
74
Central Asia
75
Hong Kong
110
India
118
Indonesia
128
Japan
131
Kazakhstan
413
Malaysia
440
Moldova
446
Mongolia
447
Philippines
448
Singapore
453
Sri Lanka
460
Brazil
516
Chile
524
Costa Rica
525
Honduras
526
Nicaragua
534
Peru
535
CARIBBEAN
537
Bermuda
538
Curacao
550
Puerto Rico
551
ADDENDUM
553
Africa
554
Middle East
560
Asia
565
Australia and Oceania
644
Central and South America
650
Caribbean
673
Index
681
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About the author (2004)

John A. Lent is a professor in the School of Communication and Theater at Temple University. He is the editor of the International Journal of Comic Art; Asian Cinema; and Animation in Asia and the Pacific. He is also the author of The First One Hundred Years of Philippine Komiks and Cartoons.

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