This collection examines new comic-book cultures, graphic writing, and bande dessinAce texts as they relate to postcolonialism in contemporary Anglophone and Francophone settings. The individual chapters are framed within a larger enquiry that considers definitive aspects of the postcolonial condition in twenty-first-century (con)texts. The authors demonstrate that the fields of comic-book production and circulation in various regional histories introduce new postcolonial vocabularies, reconstitute conventional qimage-functionsq in established social texts and political systems, and present competing narratives of resistance and rights. In this sense, postcolonial comic cultures are of particular significance in the context of a newly global and politically recomposed landscape. This volume introduces a timely intervention within current comic-book-area studies that remain firmly situated within the qU.S.-European and Japanese manga paradigmsq and their reading publics. It will be of great interest to a wide variety of disciplines including postcolonial studies, comics-area studies, cultural studies, and gender studies.The equation is based on a hard balance between the costs of production, artistsa#39; remuneration, and pricing policies. ... FIBDA, and this effort represents an interesting example of a publisher venturing into the production of comic-book genres not ... trying to understand audience interests through affordable small projects for publishing houses normally committed to other ... Winegar expresses this problem in her study on art production in Egypt, in which she asserts that the neoliberalanbsp;...
|Author||:||Binita Mehta, Pia Mukherji|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-04-24|