Charles Lindbergh, Graphic Biography (Saddleback Graphic by Saddleback Educational Publishing

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The glossary, above (pp. xiii–xv). 4. All translations from the French are mine. 5. Much of the following passage draws on Emmanuel Lemieux’s article, which in turn borrowed heavily from a report produced by Gilles Ratier (cf. below). 6. Cf. the glossary, above (pp. xiii–xv). 7. ” 8. net (consulted July 31, 2007). When added up, the number of stores broken down by geographical area (100) was smaller than the total membership claimed (109). 9. Nonetheless, the university system in France and Belgium has been slow to provide a place to scholars working on bandes dessinées, as Harry Morgan (2005) and others have argued.

Assouline correctly argues that this is exactly the kind of caricature that Hergé inserted into The Shooting Star, as the character Blumenstein (Assouline 1998: 277). ” He argues that the character’s name is derived from the word “rastaquouère,” which—he claims—was a term used in the late nineteenth century to mean “foreigner” (2001: 50). Benoît-Jeannin speculates that the character might have also been inspired by an infamous Greek drug dealer, Elias Eliopoulos, who—ironically—was an anti-Semite and a Nazi sympathizer (2001: 51).

Fritz 30 Hugo Frey Hippler, 1940). The city’s two synagogues were brutally attacked and two hundred windows were smashed (Steinberg 1992: 240–41). Hergé concluded The Shooting Star with Blumenstein hearing the news on the radio that he is to be tracked down and severely punished for his conspiracy against Tintin. This is a chilling threat on which to conclude the Tintin story, especially after the Antwerp pogrom and just before the Nazi roundup of Belgian Jews, sent to the death camps. Anti-Semitic films, cartoons, and popular assumptions were critical vectors of discourses that normalized anti-Semitism and legitimated its violence.

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