An exhibition at New York's Rubin Museum showcases the Asian country's surprising prominence in comic culture
Bugs Bunny in “Dangerous Venture.” Penciler, Inker: Carl Buettner, 1946.
"Creepy: King Keller," by Nicola Cuti and Syd Shores, 1971.
Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck, “Uncle Scrooge in Tralla-la."
Writer, Penciler, Inker: Carl Barks; Penciler, Kay Wright; Inker, Larry Mayer, 1954.
"Milarepa: A Great Saint of Tibet," Lobsang T. Rikha and Elisabette Brombill.
"Milarepa," Eva van Dam.
"Weird Wonder Tales: The Man Who Found Shangri-la.”
Writer: Stan Lee; Penciler: Jack Kirby
"Green Lama" (cover). Script by Richard Foster, art by Mac Raboy, 1945.
"Green Lama," page 3. Script by Richard Foster, art by Mac Raboy, 1944.
"Green Lama," page 7. Script by Richard Foster, art by Mac Raboy, 1945.
"Jorgyal and Dhondup." Courtesy Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala, India
Five-Minute Museum is a weekend art series that previews interesting exhibitions -- current or upcoming -- from across the country.