Ignatz

Ignatz

tenaciously refuses Krazy Kat’s advances. [Comics: “Krazy Kat” in Horn, 436–437]
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In addition to winning the Ignatz and Eisner awards for his work, his art has been exhibited in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Paris.
His father, Ignatz Stiller, an officer in the Austro-Hungarian Army in the First World War, died when he was a baby.
Wally's is currently owned and run by Steven Salamon, but it was his grandfather, Ignatz who opened the family's first shop after moving to the UK from Austria in the 1930s.
In September, at the Small Press Expo's Ignatz Awards ceremony in Bethesda, Maryland, Crumb's successor generation of alt artists let the 75-year-old have it with both barrels.
The shop is currently owned and run by Steven Salamon, but it was his grandfather, Ignatz (also known as Ivor), who had opened the family's first incarnation of the shop, before Steven's father, Wally, opened the deli we all know today.
Weisselberg, The Exclusion and Detention of Aliens: Lessons from the Lives of Ellen Knauff and Ignatz Mezei, 143 U.
Taffy and her father have not yet mastered the process Ignatz Gelb called "phonetization" in A Study of Writing (78-79).
Ignatz Gentges observed in 1926 that common themes among detective novels were the mystification of the proximate and everyday, the surprises of technological advances, and the isolation of the individual (14-15).
In 1942 and 1943, Meilech (Ignatz) Grunfeld, a Jewish man from Hungary who was trying to help save his brethren from the Nazis, sent several postcards to his family back home in the town of Satmar.
At the beginning of the war, Tuchman and his parents, Syda and Ignatz, lived in the Przemysl Ghetto; when the ghetto was liquidated, Tuchman, hiding in his attic, listened for six hours to the sounds of gunshots, as the Nazis sadistically executed people individually in the nape of the neck.
In the strips, a mouse named Ignatz regularly hurls a brick at Krazy's head.
Es la historia de un amor no correspondido entre Krazy Kat (la gata loca) y el raton Ignatz, que rechaza con un ladrillazo las declaraciones de amor de la gata, provocando por el contrario que aumente el enamoramiento de esta.