Young Jr., William H. "The Serious Funnies. Adventure Comics During the Depression, 1929–1938." Things in the Driver's Seat. Readings in Popular Culture. Ed. Harry Russell Huebel. Rand McNally History of American Thought and Culture Series. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1972.
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Language: en: English
BibTeX citation key: YoungJr1972
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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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