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Horrocks, Dylan (Hg.): Nga Pakiwaituhi o Aotearoa. New Zealand Comics. 2. Aufl. Auckland: Hicksville Pr. 2000. (100 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0-473-06708-0
BibTeX citation key: Horrocks1998a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Biography, Collection of essays, Illustrated text, New Zealand
Creators: Horrocks
Publisher: Hicksville Pr. (Auckland)
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Nga Pakiwaituhi o Aotearoa: New Zealand Comicsis a 100-page survey of New Zealand comic book creators past and present. It was compiled and published by Dylan Horrocks to accompany an exhibition of the same name which recently debuted at the Small Press Expo and International Comics & Animation Festival in Bethesda, MD, USA.

Lavishly illustrated, Nga Pakiwaituhi o Aotearoa: New Zealand Comics is the most complete survey of New Zealand comics to date and includes:

Historical essays by Tim Bollinger and Dylan Horrocks
Full-page profiles of 50 contemporary New Zealand cartoonists, including biographical information, contact details and samples of their work
Over 80 illustrations and comic strips from the 1940s to the present

Table of Contents

Tim Bolllinger: Comics in the Antipodes: a low art in a low place [on history of NZ comics].
Dylan Horrocks: A Letter from Hicksville: why I love New Zealand comics

One page profiles of 50 NZ cartoonists, with biographical details, contact details and a sample of their work.

Tim Bollinger: Looking for Hicksville (6-page strip)

Tony Renouf: 4-page strip by (first published in the 1997 SPX book).

Things to Do When you Aren't Being a Cartoonist, 1-page strip by Tony Renouf.

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