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Transcript of Hero's Influence
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: ManDes, Redstorm, Eagle, Reverend Clayton Tyler
: Defeating an assassination attempt on the premier of Quebec in his first mission
: Energy to blind his opponents and to create a protective force field, as both a taser and a retractible grappling line hidden on the underside of his right arm, which he can use to swiftly climb building, his powers were artificially boosted by ManDes with the intention of causing him to explode, he instead shifted to a new level,
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• created, written and illustrated by Adrian Dingle
• one of the first female superheroes, predating even Wonder Woman by a few months
• first seen in 1941
How much influence do comic books have today ?
How Canadian Comics are influenced by the U.S
Comic books 50’s/60’s
Michael Uslan: "There's more to Batman than Pow, Zap, and Wham. And for abut 20 years whenever anyone mentioned the world batman, or wrote about it in print Pow, Zap and wham were always attached to the name."
William Dozier :"(The Batman comic book I've read) were all so juvenile, and so then a very simple idea struck me, and that was to over do it. And if you over did it I thought, it would be funny to adults, and yet it be stimulating the kids, the daring, doing but you had to appeal on both levels (Holy Batmania doc.) "
You are Probably thinking ?
Influence by the color
The Changes of the influence
People also are more influence by the changes of the comic character it self, because of the power and the violence of the characters.
What do you think ?
Thank You !
-Mostly known for their Superhero comics genre.
-During 1940s, their comics were patriotic to their country, facing the Nazi opposition in some way.
-They have been the biggest giant of North American Comic industry
-Most of their recent comics portrays ordinary people, rather than superheroes, and deal with everyday issues, giving a much more relatable charm to the readers.
-Seen as alternative genre of comics.
-They are shown in comic strips, rather than full-length novels(in original release).
-During the 1940s, canadian superheroes are portrayed in defeating the Nazi opposition, similar to their American counterpart, however, in a much more apparent description of Canadian nationalism.(ex. Canada Jack)
-Superheroes have an affinity with the wilderness.
American influence to
-Canadian comics are created in response to pulling of American comics off Canadian shelves.
-American comics given censorship during 1940s.
-Canadian comics created as surrogate for absent American comics.
-However, during 1951, they removed the US restrictions on American comics, and the Canadian publishers suffered for it, withdrawing their content on 1956.
American influence to Canadian comics
As a result of the US dominating the North American comic industry, Canadians ressurected their comics through underground means.
-First two "underground comix" were Vancouver's
Crackdown on Comics
The Golden Age
Emergence of the Comiv Book
Canadian comics finally get their due
Overview & Current Canadian
Trends in Comics
How much influence do
comic books have
today ? - Catarina
How Canadian Comics are
influenced by the U.S - Gavin
The evolution of comic books
in Canada - Nishant Patel
Comic books in the 50’s/60’s
- Ying Liao
Specific Canadian heros/heroines
Created by cartoonist Ron Leishman and artist/writer Richard Comely
Why we love comic books
Turn of the Century
(The Great Depression)
Attack on Comics
(The Age of Marvel)
(Civil Rights Movement)
(The Dark Age)
(The Great Comics Crash)
(The Modern Era)
A collection of all superheros in the 50s and 60s.
Kids reading comics
TV shows and Animations
Toys and Clothes
Batman and Superman