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搜尋:Effigy

Comics in America have broadened their appeal by marketing to adults. Prior to World War II, usually only 41 bought comics. During World War II, the comic book industry in the United States began to undergo a major change. When the war started, the government 42 the comics industry in order to take advantage of their powerful propaganda effects, regulating 43 for purposes of military defense. By the time the war was over, thetaste for comic books 44 the adult population. Publishers from this point on expanded this 45 of the market, which was to become the largest sales increase in the history of the comics industry. The editor of Exciting Comics, Ed O’Donnell, was important in extending the success of this marketing drive. He reorganized comic drawing to encourage artistsinnovation. The market had declined slightly since the late forties. O’Donnell, against conventions, hired 46 illustrators. He abandoned the low-budget publication, a step considered risky to his peers in the publication industry; however, his 47 environment for artistic creation eventually proved successful. Kenny Barby was one of the artists that helped 48 the most innovative titles to come out of Exciting Comics. He insisted on revising the concept of the comic book 49 ; he proposed to create characters designed to capture markets that had previously not been successfully 50 by comic books. This revolutionary idea laid the foundation for the now thriving market for sophisticated adult-oriented comic books.
【題組】45.
(A) havoc
(B) effigy
(C) portion
(D) demeanor
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答案:C
難度:簡單