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|1 Video DVD||Tue Jun 07 00:00:00 UTC 2016||24.99||24.99||857326006038||Add to Cart|
|1 Video DVD w/Public Performance rights||Tue Jun 07 00:00:00 UTC 2016||199.99||199.99||857326006038P||Add to Cart|
Kings of the Pages is a documentary short that highlights the Golden Age of the American comic strip. In the early to mid 20th century, comic strips were, perhaps, the most popular form of mediated entertainment. Many of the characters and their creators were household names and enjoyed considerable success beyond the Sunday newspaper. With their artistry, humor, and relevance, comic strips became an integral part of America’s cultural/historical fabric.
3 STARS "Combining illustrative examples with comments from interviewees including graphic novelist Mark Wheatley, publisher Daniel Herman, and author-artist Denis Kitchen, this is an interesting look at the heyday of classic comics featured in the Sunday newspaper." - Video Librarian, Starred Review