Berlin – Jewish Comic Exhibition

The Jewish Museum Berlin is currently holding an exhibition (April 29 to August 8, 2010 how the Jewish cartoonists have almost monopolized the comic strip industry. The theme of the exhibition is “Heroes, Freaks and Supper-rabbis – The Jewish Color of Comics” – using humor, horror and pornography. The exhibition displays the most popular comics, such as Superman, Batman, Spiderman, Captain Marvel, Captain America, Hulk and the Holocaust pornographic booklet series (Stalag) – all created by Jewish comic artists.

Zionist Jews are known for using comicstrips and movies for the character-assassination of their adversaries. For example, Swiss-born Berlin resident, Jew director Dani Levi, who directed the comic movie “Mein Fuehrer: die wirklich wahrheit ueber Adolf Hitler (Mein Fuehrer: The Truly Truest Truth about Adolf Hitler)” released in 2007, which portrayed Hitler as a demoralized, drug addicted Adolf Hitler who plays with a toy battleship in the bathtub, dresses his dog in Nazi uniform and takes acting tips from a Jewish concentration camp inmate. The Zionist comic artists have been producing insulting cartoon about Jesus and the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). Interestingly, Hennecke Kardel called Hitler – Founder of Israel. Antony C. Sutton in his book Wall Street And The Rise Of Hitler exposes the collaboration between Nazis and the Jewish elites in the Wall Streel, Eli Eshed (Tarzan in The Holy Land)

The list of Jewish comic artists include Jack Kirby and Joe Simon (Captain America), Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (Superman), Art Spiegelman (Maus series), Steve Sheinkin (The Adventures of Rabbi Harvey – and Rabbi Harvey Rides Again), Trina Roberts (MAD magazine), Uri Fink (Sabraman), Eli Eshed (Tarzan in the Holy Land) and Israel’s Hasbara Dry Bones Comics.

The exhibition displays over 200 original comics – and is part of Israel’s new drive to shore-up its falling PR in the Western world.

The history of Jewish comics can be read here.

One response to “Berlin – Jewish Comic Exhibition

  1. Comics are part of our literature. With the coming of technical age, the industry of comics slows down. I just hope that this generation will still support the comic industry- Ryan Bartsch, Comic-writer/ editor, currently working on Mobiltelefoner til ældre

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