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October 21, 1987 - Image 72

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-10-21

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hen "Maus"
($8.95) was
published by
Pantheon
Books last year, it
looked like a black-and-
white comic book. The
drawings were sim-
ple-cute, anthropo-
morphic images of
mice, cats and pigs. But
all notions of juvenilia
faded once someone
read "Maus." Graphic
artist Art Spiegelman
had fashioned a har-
rowing collection of his
father's Holocaust rec-
ollections in a straight-
forward narrative that
perfectly matched the
somewhat static draw-
ings. "Maus" sold
80,000 copies and
launched a flood of il-
lustrated volumes.

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TM DC COMICS INC. ' 1986 USED BY PERMISSION
Post-Goetz warrior: Batman gets a makeover in
Dark Knight,' new books show range (bottom)
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OCTOBER 1987

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