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katzenjammer

(kăts′ĕn-yăm′ĕr) [Ger. katzen, cats, + jammer, distress, misery]
German word meaning hangover.
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The cartoonist's depiction of himself as one of the Katzenjammer Kids in these and other sequences furthers the conceit of Spiegelman as child while it also augments the link between No Towers and the board book.
When Katzenjammer want to, as in jazzy and powerful Driving After You, they can hit the right notes, they can sing.
(7.) Publicados por primera vez en 1897 en American Humorist, el suplemento dominical del New York Journal, The Katzenjammer Kids fue una de las primeras tiras comicas en incorporar globos de texto.
En este pais se implanto definitivamente el globo de dialogo, gracias a series comicas y de grafismo caricaturesco como The Katzenjammer Kids (1897), Krazy Kat (1911) o Bringing Up Father (1913).
The same trope is on display in rising director San-dor Zsoter's site-specific festival staging--in the rooms and gardens of a private townhouse adjacent to a public square in Pecs--of Brecht's 1938 anti-Nazi sketch Fear and Katzenjammer in the Third Reich (more often known as The Private Life of the Master Race).
For instance, Art Spiegelman's 2004 In the Shadow of No Towers examines 9/11 posttraumatic stress disorder by combining 10 large-scale pages of material about his family, living in lower Manhattan near Ground Zero, with two essays and reproductions of early 20th century comic strips like The Katzenjammer Kids and The Yellow Kid.
Le Pop, Katzenjammer (Nettwerk): Coming off its first U.S.
Si les Katzenjammer Kids sont la caricature d'emigrants allemands aux Etats-Unis, Happy Hooligan concerne celle des emigrants irlandais et Abie the Agent est un des premiers a mettre en evidence la minorite juive, sans ironie >> (Moliterni et Mellot 1996 : 32).
"Holocaust und Katzenjammer: Lektureprotokolle zu Art Spiegelmans Comic Maus." Kulturelle Reprasentationen des Holocaust in Deutschland und den Vereinigten Staaten.
As a kid, I would sprawl over the Sunday comic strips on the living-room rug, day-dreaming with Dagwood and Blondie, Jiggs and Maggie, Moon Mullins, The Katzenjammer Kids, and Smoky Stover.
When Bertozzi's Picasso takes inspiration from the Katzenjammer Kids--rushing off undressed from his breakfast table to paint cartoon dots for eyes in his famous portrait of Stein--the maneuver seems predictable, even natural, because this Picasso and this Stein have both been cartoons all along.
Since comic strips first emerged in America in the 1890s through classics such as the Katzenjammer Kids and The Yellow Kid, and then the first daily comic strip in 1907, Mutt and Jeff generations of Americans have grown up with Sunday and daily comics, and later with monthly newsstand comic books.