22 no.1
 
Vol. 22, No. 1, 2020
606pages / 26Articles

Cultural Imperialism Strikes Back: A South American Symposium 

Martín Alejandro Salinas and Sebastián Horacio Gago 2

Cultural Imperialism Strikes Back: A South American Symposium 

Martin Alejandro Salinas

10

One World, Many Batmen: From Cultural Imperialism to the Culture of the Empire

Sebastian Gago Translated by Alejandra Pina Mas and Martín Salinas

43

“What Does a Few Lives Matter?”: Notes on Two Comic-book Invasions of Héctor Oesterheld
(1974-1977)

Ivan Lima Gomes

63

Graphic Narratives, a Tool of Imperialism in South America? Deconstructing American Superheroes in Brazilian and Chilean Comics (1960-1970)

Lucas R. Berone Translated by Mariana de Madariaga and Lucas Berone

83

Writing the History of Comics: The Case of the Di Tella Biennial (Buenos Aires, 1968)

Rodrigo Browne S. and Rosmery-Ann Boegeholz C.

99

Disney Academy: Donald Duck as the Western Imperialism Paradigm

Ignacio Fernández Sarasola

115

Toxic Reading Material: Techniques Used by Society and G overnments to Control Comic Books  

Héctor Fernández L’Hoeste

154

Book Review Essay

Jasleen Kandhari

170

Graphic Narratives in Sikh Comics: Iconography and Religiosity as a Critical Art Historical Enquiry of the Sikh Comics Art Form

Marty Branagan

187

Tintin: From Violent, Communist-Hating Conservative to Radical Peacenik

Levi Obonyo and Njoki Chege

207

Lost in Modernity: Doodling in the Digital Age

Robyn Johnson

232

Sacrificing Healing: The Loss and Resilience of Yurok Healing in Chag Lowry and Rahsan Ekedal’s Soldiers Unknown 

Mirvat Mohamed and Kirsten Møllegaard

257

This Land Is Whose Land? Voices of Belonging in Three First-Generation American Graphic Memoirs

Chris Reyns-Chikuma

274

Représentations de l’autre solitude dans quelques BD et comics canadiens dont l’histoire se passe à Montréal (1e partie) [Representations of the Other Solitude in Select Canadian Comics and BDs Which Take Place in Montréal (Part 1)]

Chris Reyns-Chikuma

311

Représentations de l’autre solitude dans quelques BD et comics canadiens dont l’histoire se passe à Montréal (2e partie) [Representation of the Other Solitude in Some Canadian BD and Comics Which Take Place in Montreal (Part 2)]

John A. Lent

347

Chinese Comic Art Museums and Centers Part One: A Personal Mission

Yan Chuanming, Xu Ying, John A. Lent

358

Chinese Comic Art Museums and Centers Part Two: The China Comics Village

Ahmed Baroody

366

Anime and Gender Roles in Kuwaiti Islamic Culture: A Conflict of Cultural Values? 

Michal Chudolinski

401

The Outdatedness of Superheroism? The Condition of the Superhero Myth: Past and Today

Iwan Zahar and Toni Masdiono with John A. Lent

413

Hans Jaladara, Creator of Indonesia’s Panji Tengkorak

Iwan Zahar and Toni Masdiono

424

Ganesh TH, the Author of Si Buta dari Goa Hantu: The Most Celebrated Comics of the Indonesian Comics Golden Age

David Kunzle

432

Nearly 50 Years Ago An Early Glimpse of China’s Maoist Comics: A Review

Jeffrey O. Segrave and John A. Cosgrove

439

“You’re a star if you can louse up 70% of the time”: Sport in Jeff MacNelly’s “Shoe”

Jakob F. Dittmar

460

Flexible Comics?: Sequential Images on Screen Media

Jason D. DeHart

475

A Transmedia Case Study: Batman -- The Animated Series

John A. Lent

484

Remembrances

John A. Lent

489

The Printed Word

Maite Urcaregui
Marie Sartain
Misha Grifka Wander
John A. Lent
Edward Salo
Sam Cowling
Patrick Ijima-Washburn 

492

Book Reviews

Nick Nguyen

511

Exhibition Review Essay
Exhibitions of the 47th Angoulème International Comics Festival

Nick Nguyen

525

Exhibition Reviews