Young Jr., William H. "The Serious Funnies. Adventure Comics During the Depression, 1929–1938." In: Things in the Driver's Seat. Readings in Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. Harry Russell Huebel. (Rand McNally History of American Thought and Culture Series.) Chicago: Rand McNally, 1972.
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Keywords: Adventure comics, Comic strip
Creators: Huebel, Young Jr.
Publisher: Rand McNally (Chicago)
Collection: Things in the Driver's Seat. Readings in Popular Culture
An examination of American adventure comics of the 1930s that reveals them to have been in reaction to the socio-economic facts of the depression by implying that economic upheavals are never endless via symbolic visual and narrative searches for order and stability.
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