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GRAPHIC BORDERS: LATINO COMIC BOOKS PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Ed. by Frederick Luis Aldama and Christopher Gonzalez. University of Texas Press, Austin, 2016. World Comics and Graphic Nonfiction. 316 pp. with 52 ills. 23 x 16 cm. LC 2015-33633 ISBN 9781477309155 In English.
Hardcover edition also available; see Worldwide 170292. Publisher's description: From the influential work of Los Bros Hernandez in Love & Rockets, to comic strips and political cartoons, to traditional superheroes made nontraditional by means of racial and sexual identity (e.g., Miles Morales/Spider-Man), comics have become a vibrant medium to express Latino identity and culture. Indeed, Latino fiction and nonfiction narratives are rapidly proliferating in graphic media as diverse and varied in form and content as is the whole of Latino culture today. Graphic Borders presents the most thorough exploration of comics by and about Latinos currently available. Thirteen essays and one interview by eminent and rising scholars of comics bring to life this exciting graphic genre that conveys the distinctive and wide-ranging experiences of Latinos in the United States.
Indexing: Western — United States — Post-1970 — Drawing and Watercolor, Criticism/Theory — Other American Minority Artists
Plans: 71
Worldwide Number: 170293
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