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"A Social Boost for Comics," Adventures Ahead January-February 1953
Article providing an overview of the General Electric comic book program, and its domestic and international impact.
"Adventures Ahead answers your questions about engineering," Adventures Ahead September-October 1952
Article about the Adventure into the Future comic and planning a future career in engineering.
"Announcing Another Cartoon Narrative," Adventures Ahead November-December 1952
Article announces the new Land of Plenty comic book.
Transcript of article:
WITH the presses barely stilled
after printing one new cartoon
narrative for General Electric, another
one is ready to…
"Confidence Starts in Classrooms," GE Monogram, June 1953
Article about the popularity of the GE comic books in class rooms, listing the popularity of the early comic books.
"Education is no joke," GE Monogram, June 1956
Article about the success of the General Electric comic book program and its manager, Dwight Van Avery.
"Education is no joke." This is
the title of a two-page feature in the June
10 magazine section of the New York Sunday
"Frank Panny Hates His Job," GE Monogram, July 1970
Biographical article about Frank Panny, an GE Educational Relations employee who worked on the comic book project.
You put a microphone in front of a performer
or a politician and he becomes
almost incandescent. But not…
"GE- Tops with Teenagers," GE Monogram, May 1952
Article about how the comic books helped make GE the most recognized brand among teenagers.
"Hot Off the Press," GE Monogram, October 1954
Article about the success of the General Electric comic book program and other educational booklets.
Hot Off the Press
For 37,000 science teachers and the same
number of social studies teachers, two new
G·E booklets, "The…
"In praise of atoms," Adventures Ahead March-April 1952
Article about the Adventures inside the atom comic book," and its use by students.
COMIC BOOKS have come in for
wide criticism as well as hearty
praise. Some may call the series General
Electric publishes "comics," but
we refer to them as…
"Milestones," GE Monogram, February 1961
Article about success of GE comic book distribution.
Since they were originated in 1944, more than
125 million educational comic books
have been distributed by the Company's
Educational Relations & Support Service.