Click here to view to see an example in a Portuguese political blog.
The text in the blog entry translates into English as follows: Influenced by the use of comics by the situacionists, the group publisher of Jornal do Emigrante, (in fact, one of the groups since the title of the newspaper was used by two distinct political sectors in the emigrant community, each competing for the legitimacy of its use - so there's 2 newspapers with the same name), published several comic strips, cartoons and caricatures using the original images and characters but giving them revolutionary phrases and plots. (Jornal do Emigrante, 10-11, May-June 1971.)
In English, the captions read as follows:
MANY THANKS to Alberto Soares for forwarding this to us and for translating the blogger's note and the strip dialog!
Scrapbook #1 begins with episode #101, so the set of tearsheets unfortunately lacks the first Carol Day story.
The table below catalogs the content of the scrapbooks that we have seen. For scrapbooks we have not seen we have inferred the contents where it seemed reasonable. In these cases, we have noted "info presumed" in the Notes column.
|Book #||Strips||Strips / Page||Pages||Size||Color||Notes|
|1||101-428||4||84||9.5 X 12.375||Green||1st, last pg blank|
|2||429-638||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Blue||1st, last pg blank|
|5||1049-1278||5||48||9.375 x 14.25||Red||1st, last pg blank|
|6||1279-1488||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||1st, last pg blank|
|7||1489-1698||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||1st, last pg blank|
|8||1699-1908||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Blue||1st, last pg blank|
|9||1909-2118||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Blue||1st, last pg blank|
|10||2119-2318||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Red||1st, last pg blank|
|11||2319-2528||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Blue||1st, last pg blank|
|12||2529-2738?||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||info presumed|
|13||2739-2948?||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||info presumed|
|14||2949-3158||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Blue||1st, last pg blank|
|15||3159-3250||5||44||9.375 x 14.25||Blue||1st, last 24 pgs blank|
|Scrapbook #1||Scrapbook #6||Scrapbook #7|
Jan 14, 1969
Jan 15, 1969
Jan 16, 1969
Dec 27, 1969