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Fables (2002- ). Bibliography Kanter, Albert. Classics Illustrated. New York: Gilberton, 1941-1971. Shanower, Eric. ” In Classics and Comics, edited by George Kovacs and C. W. Marshall. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. Sulprizio, Chiara. ” In Classics and Comics, edited by George Kovacs and C. W. Marshall. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. See also: The Cartoon History of the Universe; Maus: A Survivor’s Tale; 300 Critical Survey of Graphic Novels ​Age of Reptiles Age of Reptiles Author: Delgado, Ricardo Artist: Ricardo Delgado (illustrator); Jim Campbell (colorist); James Sinclair (colorist) Publisher: Dark Horse Comics First serial publication: 1993-2010 First book publication: 1996 Publication History Dinosaurs rose significantly in popularity in the early 1990’s, with James Gurney’s illustrated book series Dinotopia and the 1993 premiere of the highly successful film Jurassic Park, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the novel by Michael Crichton.

In 1942, Hergé hired assistants, Alice Devos and Edgar P. Jacobs, leading to the formation of Hergé Studios in 1950. By 1953, Hergé Studios had fifteen members, who together made Tintin an internationally popular graphic series. Themes In the beginning, Hergé presented a fundamentally orderly world threatened by forces of corruption and chaos in which, through the efforts of brave, resourceful, and compassionate heroes like Tintin, the chaos is diminished and good triumphs over evil. However, as the twentieth century’s geopolitical situation evolved, Hergé’s sense of what constituted order and chaos and good and evil changed.

Alan Cope He remembers destruction and chaos, including two months spent in a Normandy farmhouse because the Army misplaced the weapons and vehicles, speeding through villages in a tank and trying to clip the plaster off the buildings, destroying a farmer’s fence to build a fire, and even looting—he steals a watch, though he is not proud of it. During General George S. Patton’s push to Plzeň (Pilsen), Cope witnesses German soldiers being captured and shot by Russian officers. He meets a woman who was once a pianist and now washes clothes to survive.

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