This well focused and perceptive analysis of a phenomenon in our popular culture - the new respectability of the comic book form - argues that the comics medium has a productive tradition of telling true stories with grace and economy. It details vividly the outburst of underground comics in the late 1960s and '70s, whose cadre of artistically gifted creators were committed to writing comic books for adults, an audience they made aware that comic books can offer narratives of great power and technical sophistication.
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When Maggie Ward woke up that day she knew something was not quite right. A deadly sickness had been sweeping the nation and she was totally unaware that it had taken her city overnight. To Maggie, it looked like the zombie apocalypse that everyone always joked about had actually happened. But she needed answers. And the only living being she could find was a handsome man called Wiley West.
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