20 no.2
 
Vol. 20, No. 2, 2019
632 pages / 31 Articles
 
John A. Lent 1

A 20-Year Harvest of Comic Art Scholarship: International Journal of Comic Art--1999-2018

Edited by John A. Lent

 

A Symposium on Political Cartoons

Rob Rogers

44

Six in a Row? That Has to Be Some Kind of Record!

Haydon Manning and Robert Phiddian

57

The Editorial Cartoon’s Fading Impact -- The State of Play in Australia at the Federal Election of 2016 and Beyond

John A. Lent

90

The New Wave of Investigative Cartooning  in South Korea

Benjamin Wai-ming Ng

110

Drawing Chinese Political Cartoons in Japan: Blessing in Disguise or Trade-off?

Leonard Rifas

128

The Politics of Underground Comix and the Environmental Crisis

Richard Scully

151

Mark Knight vs Serena Williams -- Crossing the Line: Offensive and Controversial Cartoons in the 21st Century -- “The View from Australia” -- Part Two

Lim Cheng Tju

177

Morgan Chua (1949 -- 2018) and  Political Cartooning in Singapore

Sara S. Elmaghraby

181

Cartooning Poverty: Are Cartoonists Helping Sustainable Development in Egypt?

José Alaniz

192

“Hippies” and Pacifism in Igor Kolgarev’s Militariisk Comics

Milind Ranade

207

Discovering Tom Browne and His Postcards

Jeffrey SJ Kirchoff

222

Beyond the Printed Page: Dementia, Graphic Medicine, and Digital Comics

Janis Breckenridge and Maia Watkins

235

Reading Between the Lines: Drawing on the Horrors of Disappearance in “Un asesino anda suelto”

Mike Rhode

256

A Chat with Izar Lunaček of Slovenia

Izar Lunacek

261

A Brief History of Slovenian

Melanie Hernandez

268

Currier & Ives’s Darktown Series: Recovering White Social Capital through Violent Satire

Tomasz Żaglewski

290

Superhero Sentimentalism. Analyzing the Social Media Nostalgia for the First Wave of American Comics in Poland

Jean Braithwaite

312

Navigating Jimmy Corrigan: Time, Space, and Puzzles, Including Pagination

Marlene Pohle

342

A Cartoonist Chronicler of Cartoonists’ Confabs

William H. Foster III

360

March Graphic Novel: “American History Lives Again”

Steve Danziger

373

Malice, Metaphysics, and Mengele -- Holocaust Motifs and the Renunciation of Evil in EC Horror Comics

Robyn Johnson

399

Bishie Man or Woman, It Matters Not:
Grotesque Resistance to Heteronormative Love in Yu Wo’s ½ Prince

Citlaly Aguilar Campos

443

Liminality and Meta-fiction in Comics: The Ayotzinapa Case by Augusto Mora

João Batista Freitas Cardoso and Caio Mattos Moreira Cardoso

464

The V Mask in Translation: From Commercial to Subversive Systems

Ken Junior Lipenga 478 Intersections of Sex and Violence in Preacher
Ignacio Fernández Sarasola 493

Crime News:
Blaming Comic Books for Crimes Committed During the “Golden Age”

J.T.H. Connor 518

Behind the Scenes of the “War in Comics” Exhibit: An Interview withCanada’s Andrew Loman and Irene Velentzas

Paola Moreno Izaguirre 525 Art Toy as Anatomical Sketch
Northrop Davis 536 Legendary Hollywood Designer Syd Mead’s Important Contributions to Landmark Anime
Barry Pearl 542 Charles M. Schulz: Cartoons Without Peanuts
John A. Lent 561 Reminiscences
John A. Lent 571 The Printed Word
David Kunzle 574 A Review Essay

Kirsten Møllegaard
Dominick Grace
Mike Rhode
Varsha Singh
José Alaniz

590 Book Reviews

Mike Rhode
Dana Jeri Maier
Carli Spina
Emily Lauer

613

Exhibition and Media Reviews
Edited by Mike Rhode