Saturday, March 20, 2010

Fascinating take on racism in WWII

One of the virtues of popular art is the way it can supply useful counterexamples to the conventional wisdom about the "way people used to be."

Check out this Green Lama story written by the character's creator,
Richard Foster (pseudonym of Kendell Foster Crossen) and gracefully drawn by the great Mac Raboy.

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