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The Famous Walt Disney Characters

Walton Disney is famous for the characters that his animation studio has created. This has led to many cartoons being played on both television and in films. His success has seen his company win 22 Oscars from 59 nominations and he has also received two Golden Globes and an Emmy award. Many comic book characters start in comics before being used on screen but with Walt Disney Productions it is the other way around. The characters have been first used in cartoons and then the Walt Disney Comic appeared later. They first were released in 1930 and published all...

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Who Creates the Comic Characters?

Comic Characters over the years have developed so much that some have even turned into human roles as their parts have been played both in television and in films. However, they have nearly all started in comic books as they were all first created as a result of someone’s creative imagination. Many of the comic characters have arisen as result of the partnership between writer and cartoon artist. There is no bigger comic book hero than Batman and he was created as a result of the writer Bill Finger working closely with artist Bob Kane. For years, it was...

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The Biggest Criminals in Comic Books

Comic books have produced criminals who have become almost as well known as the superheroes who have battled to counter the dastardly acts these characters have been producing. Some of these villains are never quite vanquished, often reappearing in later story lines with new ways and methods of terrorizing ordinary citizens. A character that has been featured for years sending shivers of fear through Batman fans has been the Joker. Created in 1940 by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson for DC Comics, the permanently grinning criminal was in the first issue of Batman the comic. The character...

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The Most Popular Female Comic Book Superheroes

Comic books over the years have unearthed female characters that have proved to be just as popular as their male counterparts. They have the added attraction as being glamorous and always being the underdog as they have attempted to overcome the power of their powerful enemies. When girls first started appearing in comics they were subject to gender stereotyping. Characters such as the Nellie the nurse, Tessa the typist and Millie the Model, played secondary roles supporting the main male characters. One of the first female super-hero’s was Invisible Scarlet O’Neill. Appearing in a comic strip that was first...

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Political Comic Characters

There are daily comic strips published in every newspaper and they can be divided between what is run in the general pages, and what is drawn within the editorial comment. The founding of Punch magazine in 1841 was the start of using cartoons to express opinions on 19th century social conditions and the political atmosphere at the time. Each newspaper has its own political slant which will appeal to its readers and in the UK this bias is clear to see. Some papers will clearly favour one party while another paper will favour another. Some papers will change allegiance...

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