Detective Comics

To advance in the understanding they histriasem of them quadrinhos. Iannone; Iannonne standes out that: … from 1910, two chains had been if firming in the scene of the quadrinhos: while the caricaturistas had insisted on the innocent and comic character, the intellectuals had adhered gradually to the new sort, with many tracers exploring all the forms and possibilities. (Iannone; IAnnone 1994, P. 39). From the decade of 1930, the quadrinhos had suffered an evolution. In 1933 the first American magazine of quadrinhos, the Funnies appeared on Parade.

Later they had come the Famous Funnies, Tip Top Comics, King Comics, Action Comics (where Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster had created the Superman) and Detective Comics (where Bob Kane, in 1939, created the Batman). The commercial success of these magazines stimulated the production of others, thus appearing, the super-hero, by means of which this sort would gain popularity and relevance. In accordance with Viana (2004, P. 2): The history of histories in quadrinhos is marked by a periodizao little questioned and that it places the period of 1929-1939, as being ' ' time of heris' ' , of ' ' aventura' ' or of ' ' exploso' ' of the quadrinhos. In the truth, one is about a period of the HQ that marks the sprouting of a new sort, the adventure and, at the same time, a new paper for them. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Jeffrey Hayzlett has to say. It is important to add that histories in quadrinhos had been prominences in more than 2 a thousand periodicals in 72 countries and 21 languages, keeping its hegemony until the present time. Histories in quadrinhos in Brazil had started in middle of century XIX and beginning of century XX. According to Cross (2008, p.1) In 30 of January of 1869 it appeared, then, first Brazilian history in quadrinhos: it was Adventures of Nh Quim. Published for the magazine Of the state of Rio de Janeiro Life, of Rio De Janeiro, history counted, in episodes, the desventuras of a simple man of the interior of Brazil.

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