Oh My God They Printed That!?

  • Title: Oh My God They Printed That!?
  • Author: Carson Demmans
  • ISBN: 9781629331591
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Oh My God They Printed That A visual history of politically incorrect comic books and comic strips This book will also hopefully scare you We say hopefully because hopefully they will frighten you at the thought that these im
    A visual history of politically incorrect comic books and comic strips This book will also, hopefully, scare you We say hopefully, because hopefully they will frighten you at the thought that these images were once in fact perfectly acceptable They were available to any child of any age with a dime, in a time when comic books were still sold in grocery stores, mom and A visual history of politically incorrect comic books and comic strips This book will also, hopefully, scare you We say hopefully, because hopefully they will frighten you at the thought that these images were once in fact perfectly acceptable They were available to any child of any age with a dime, in a time when comic books were still sold in grocery stores, mom and pop convenience stores, gas stations, bus stations, etc Some of the comics in this book were seen by hundreds of thousands of people, and they saw nothing wrong with them at the time

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    1. Demmans takes the reader on a journey of sexist and racist cartoons that at one time were mainstream published in America for children and adults subtly brainwashing the masses (much like talk radio with more visuals). After reading, it's a miracle our country isn't more xenophobic and sexist. I can even recall reading some of these as a child and thinking a few were even funny or risque at the time. A bonus goes to Demmans for including in the extras the Country/Southern stereotype, which still [...]

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