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Fictional activists

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 172. Chapters: Lisa Simpson, Jean Grey, Professor X, Poison Ivy, Green Arrow, Cyclops, Warren Worthingt... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 172. Chapters: Lisa Simpson, Jean Grey, Professor X, Poison Ivy, Green Arrow, Cyclops, Warren Worthington III, Anarky, Lelouch Lamperouge, Namor, Aquaman, Magneto, Tim McManus, Kallen Stadtfeld, Beast, Animal Man, Brian Griffin, Vixen, Elphaba, Hayley Smith, Ka-Zar, Ultimate Thor, Mona Simpson, Venus, Namorita, Shanna the She-Devil, Claire Redfield, Ocean Girl, Tom Zarek, Firebrand, Namora, Maddie Fitzpatrick, Aquagirl, Bastion, Slither, Evey Hammond, Mentallo, Enjolras, Quill, Peepers, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, Rima, Margaret Hale, Sister Pete, Sarah Rainmaker, Trashman, Cal Durham, Burner, Miriam Sharpe, Randall Darby, Ms. Mystic, Evangeline Whedon, Lifter, Mist Mistress, Peace Monger, Rust. Excerpt: Anarky is a fictional character appearing in books published by DC Comics. Co-created by Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle, he first appeared in Detective Comics No.608 (November 1989), as an adversary of Batman. Introduced as Lonnie Machin, a child prodigy with knowledge of radical philosophy and driven to overthrow governments to improve social conditions, stories revolving around Anarky often focus on political and philosophical themes. The character, who is named after the philosophy of anarchism, primarily espouses anti-statism. Multiple social issues have been addressed whenever the character has appeared in print, including environmentalism, antimilitarism, economic exploitation, and political corruption. Inspired by multiple sources, early stories featuring the character often included homages to political and philosophical books, and referenced anarchist philosophers and theorists. The inspiration for the creation of the character and its early development was based in Grant's personal interest in anti-authoritarian philosophy and politics. However, when Grant himself transitioned to the philosophy of Neo-Tech, he shifted the focus of Anarky from a vehicle for socialist and populist philosophy, to rationalist, atheist, and free market-based thought. Originally intended to only be used in the debut story in which he appeared, Grant decided to continue using Anarky as a sporadically recurring character throughout the early 90s, following positive reception by readers and Dennis O'Neil. The character experienced a brief surge in media exposure during the late '90s, beginning when Norm Breyfogle convinced Grant to produce a limited series based on the character. The 1997 spin-off series, Anarky, was received with positive reviews and sales, and later declared by Grant to be among his "career highlights". Batman: Anarky, a trade paperback collection of stories featuring the character, soon followed. This popular acclaim culminated, however, in a financially and crit

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Titel: Fictional activists
Untertitel: Lisa Simpson, Jean Grey, Professor X, Poison Ivy, Green Arrow, Cyclops, Warren Worthington III, Anarky, Lelouch Lamperouge, Namor, Aquaman, Magneto, Tim McManus, Kallen Stadtfeld, Beast, Animal Man, Brian Griffin, Vixen, Elphaba
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EAN: 9781156079096
ISBN: 1156079098
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 172
Gewicht: 762g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T9mm
Jahr: 2011