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  • In 1972 a young American cartoonist called Art Spiegelman published a three-page comic strip about the horrific "bedtime stories" his father used to tell him "about life in the old country during the war". - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • In one case, a comic-book dealer wanted to know if graphic novels, or limited-series comic books sold in book f orm, such as Art Spiegelman 's "Maus" or Alan Moore 's "Watchmen," were exempt from sales tax.

    Answers to Many Taxing Questions

  • He was largely responsible for the "underground comix" movement of the 1960s that set the stage for many of the comics 'greatest contemporary works, such as Art Spiegelman's "Maus."

    R. Crumb Gets Religion

  • While the French may be besotted with them, graphic novels - apart from those by cult practitioners such as Art Spiegelman and Joe Sacco - have never had much credibility on these shores. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The displays also include contemporary illustrators such as Art Spiegelman, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1992 for his Holocaust-inspired comic ` ` Maus. '' - Local News

  • Prof. Enns is also well-versed in more traditionally highbrow graphic novels, such as Art Spiegelman's Pulitzer-winner Maus, a Holocaust fable told, like Orwell's Animal Farm, through the use of animals-as-people.

    The Economic Times

  • The artists associated with Art Spiegelman and Fran├žoise Mouly's art-comics magazine RAW got a toe-hold in the fine art world, which had previously always treated comics as kitschy raw material at best.

    Douglas Wolk: How Comics Became Literature for Adults

  • Comprised of two women and four easy-on-the-eyes men, this season, unique collaborations with renowned New Yorker Cartoonist Art Spiegelman,"Hapless Hooligan is "Still Moving" 2010", Grammy-Award-winner Rocker Musician Dan Zanes, and MIT, have led to a theatrically dynamic season.

    Jill Lynne: Lite-Fare: Cool D-Lites for a Hot Summer

  • In a year jam-packed with projects, promises and deadlines, Art Spiegelman didn't think his 2011 workload could get any heavier.

    ART SPIEGELMAN reacts to winning grand prize at Angoulême

  • In a year jampacked with projects, promises and deadlines, cartoonist Art Spiegelman didn't think his 2011 workload could get any heavier.

    'Maus' creator reacts to winning comics' Grand Prix prize


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