Table of contents for Tijuana bibles : art and wit in America's forbidden funnies, 1930s-1950s / Bob Adelman ; introductory essay by Art Spiegelman ; commentary by Richard Merkin ; essay by Madeline Kripke.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introductory Essay: Those Dirty Little Comics Art Spiegelman

The Lingo of the Tijuana Bibles Madeline Kripke

See You in the Funny Pages

Our Fellow Americans: Heebs, Wops, Traveling Salesmen, and the Farmer's Daughter

Theres's No Bizness Like Show Bizness!

Gun Molls, Heavyweights, and Assorted Tyrants

Odds 'n' Ends; or, Hot nuts and Wild Gooses

The Wide Stylistic Range of the Tijuana Bibles Richard Merkin

Talking Dirty: The Vocabulary of the Tijuana Bibles Madeline Kripke

Those Naughty End Pages Richard Merkin

Bibliography Madeline Kripke

List of Titles and Index of Subjects Parodied




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Underground comic books, strips, etc. -- United States.
Erotic comic books, strips, etc. -- United States.