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Comic Books after World War II
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changes from WWII comic from the              Age to post-WWII
genres
DC Comics had their big       
Superman
Sandman
Batman
Ultra-Man
The Spectre
The Flash
changes 1940s -           
DC's first comic book
New Fun Comics
                  -strip inspired features
comical characters
turned into More Fun Comic books
Green Arrow and Speedy
Aquaman
Dr. Fate
Johnny Quick
The               
co-created by Jerry             
who had created Superman
Superboy
a growing need for           
Funny Animals
inspired by Disney and              Brothers cartoons
teenage humor
            
Jughead, Betty, Veronica
New Comics
then became New Adventure
then Adventure Comics
Sandman
Hour-Man
Superboy
Comics
where DC comics takes its name
Flash Comics
Johnny Thunder
died with issue #104 in Golden Age
All-American comics
started out with characters which were very patriotic
turned into All American Western
cowboys as stars
then All-American Men of War
tales from the battlefields of WWII
All-Star Comics
number 57
the final appearance of the                Society of America
number 58
All Star Western
Marvel was putting out westerns
Kid          Outlaw
one of the longest running cowboy comic books
Two-Gun Kid
reinvented
hybrid western superhero
Marvel Mystery Comics
then Marvel Tales
             tales
Captain America
faded into Captain America's            tales
after WWII
super heroes became          popular
romance
                     stories
why women lost their man or got their man
some of the                comic books sales of all time
westerns
horror stories
science fiction
DC Comics
               Adventures
Mystery in Space
               stories
Leading Comics
made a major change
The Seven Soldiers of Victory
then transformed to Peter                   
crime comics
             vs. robbers etc.
1930s: The Origin of the American Comic Book
1938: The Birth of Superman
The People Behind the Golden Age of Comic Books
Patriotic Superheroes
Comic Books after World War II
Comic Books in the McCarthy Era
1954: Fredric Wertham's Impact on the Comic Book Industry
1960s: The Silver Age of Comics
The Bronze Age of Comics and the Genre of Relevancy