The Oxford handbook of comic book studies [electronic resource] / edited by Frederick Luis Aldama.
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- Comic book studies
- New York : Oxford University Press, 2019-
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- Comic books, strips, etc. -- History and criticism.
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- This handbook is currently in development, with individual articles publishing online in advance of print publication. At this time, we cannot add information about unpublished articles in this handbook, however the table of contents will continue to grow as additional articles pass through the review process and are added to the site. Please note that the online publication date for this handbook is the date that the first article in the title was published online.
- What Kind of Studies Are Comics Studies? / Benjamin Woo
Radical Graphics: Australian Second Phase Comics / Kevin Patrick
Columbia and the Editorial Cartoon / Nhora Lucía Serrano
Efficacy of Social Commentary through Cartooning / Ally Shwed
Forgetting at the intersection of Comics and the Multimodal Novel: James Sie's Still Life Las Vegas / Torsa Ghosal
Irony, Ethics, and Lyric Narrative in Miriam Engelberg's Cancer Made Me a Shallower Person / James Phelan
Why There Is No “Language of Comics” / Frank Bramlett
The Replacements: Ethnicity, Gender and Legacy Heroes in Marvel Comics / Jeffrey A. Brown
Hammer in Hand: Feminist Community Building in Jason Aaron's Thor / Susan Kirtley
Children in Comics: Between Education and Entertainment, Conformity and Agency / Maaheen Ahmed
Auto/biographics and Graphic Histories Made for the Classroom: Logicomix and Abina and the Important Men / Sidonie Smith, Julia Watson
Candy and Drugs for Dinner: Rat Queens, Genre, and Our Aesthetic Categories / Sean Guynes-Vishniac
My Favorite Thing is Monsters: The Socially Engaged Graphic Novel as a Platform for Intersectional Feminism / Dan Hassler-Forest
Paper or Plastic?: Mapping the Transmedial Intersections of Comics and Action Figures / Jonathan Alexandratos, Daniel Yezbick
Transformative Architectures in Postcolonial Hong Kong Comics / Kin Wai Chu
Adaptation and Racial Representation in DellGold Key TV Tie-ins / Andrew J. Kunka
Non-Compliants, Brimpers, and She-Romps: Bitch Planet, Sex Criminals and Their Publics / Henry Jenkins
Literary Adaptations in Comics and Graphic Novels / Jan Baetens
Comic Studies in America: The Making of a Field of Scholarship? / Ian Gordon
Next Issue: Anticipation and Promise in Comics Studies / Matthew Smith, Randy Duncan
Comics Studies as Interdiscipline / Dale Jacobs
What Else is a Comic? Between Bayeux and Beano / Evan Thomas
Drawing, Redrawing, Undrawing / Benoît Crucifix
Reading Spaces: The Politics of Page Layout / Katherine Kelp-Stebbins
The Cartoon on the Comics Page: A Phenomenology / Christopher Pizzino
Bakhtinian Laughter and Recent Political Editorial Cartoons / Michael A. Chaney, Sara B. Chaney.
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- Aldama, Frederick Luis, 1969- editor.
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