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Pulp Demons: International Dimensions of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campaign

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ISBN 10: 0838637841 / ISBN 13: 9780838637845
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Title: Pulp Demons: International Dimensions of the...

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Essays on the censorship of violence and political comment in comics in the US in the 40s and 50s which sparked similar campaigns in other countries.

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John A. Lent, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, has founded and chaired numerous organizations, including the Asia and Pacific Animation and Comics Association, the Asian Research Center on Animation and Comic Art, the Asian Popular Culture group of the Popular Culture Association, the Asian Cinema Studies Society, and the Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group. He has edited many periodicals, including the "International Journal of Comic Art" and "Asian Cinema", and he has authored or edited seventy-six books.

John A. Lent, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, has founded and chaired numerous organizations, including the Asia and Pacific Animation and Comics Association, the Asian Research Center on Animation and Comic Art, the Asian Popular Culture group of the Popular Culture Association, the Asian Cinema Studies Society, and the Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group. He has edited many periodicals, including the "International Journal of Comic Art" and "Asian Cinema", and he has authored or edited seventy-six books.

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