Title: Captain America and the Struggle of the ...
Book Condition: Good
May have some shelf-wear due to normal use. All pages are intact. Bookseller Inventory # 0KVBKF000PDU
Synopsis: For more than 60 years, Captain America was one of Marvel Comics' flagship characters, representing truth, strength, liberty, and justice. The assassination of his alter ego, Steve Rogers, rocked the comic world, leaving numerous questions about his life and death. This book discusses topics including the representation of Nazi Germany in Captain America Comics from the 1940s to the 1960s; the creation of Captain America in light of the Jewish American experience; the relationship between Captain America and UK Marvel's Captain Britain; the groundbreaking partnership between Captain America and African American superhero the Falcon; and the attempts made to kill the character before his "real" death.
About the Author: Robert G. Weiner is humanities librarian at Texas Tech University. His works have been published in the following journals: Journal of Popular Culture, Public Library Quarterly, Journal of American Culture and Popular Music and Society. He lives in Lubbock.
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