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Gibson, Mel. "Reading as Rebellion: The Case of the Girls’ Comic in Britain." International Journal of Comic Art 2.(2000): 135–51.   
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Gibson, Mel. "“Wham! Bam! The X-Men Are Here”: The British Broadsheet Press and the X-Men Film and Comic." International Journal of Comic Art 3.(2001): 239–49.   
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Gibson, Mel. ""You Can't Read Them, They're for Boys!" British Girls, American Superhero Comics and Identity." International Journal of Comic Art 5.(2003): 305–24.   
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Gibson, Mel. "From ‘Susan of St. Brides’ to ‘Heartbreak Hospital’: Nurses and nursing in the girls’ comic from the 1950s to the 1980s." Journal of Children's Literature (2008): 104–26.   
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Gibson, Mel. "Nobody, Somebody, Everybody: Ballet, Girlhood, Class, Femininity and Comics in 1950s Britain." Girlhood Studies 1.(2008): 108–28.   
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Gibson, Mel. "What you read and where you read it, how you get it, how you keep it: Children, comics and historical cultural practice." Popular Narrative Media 1.(2008): 151–67.   
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Gibson, Mel. "What Bunty did next: Exploring some of the ways in which the British girls’ comic protagonists were revisited and revised in late twentieth-century comics and graphic novels." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 1.(2010): 121–35.   
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Gibson, Mel. Remembered Reading: Memory, Comics and Post-War Constructions of British Girlhood. Studies in European Comics and Graphic Novels. Leuven: Leuven Univ. Press, 2015.   
Added by: joachim 7/13/15, 9:23 AM
Gibson, Mel. "Readers and Fans: Lived Comics Cultures." The Cambridge Companion to Comics. Ed. Maaheen Ahmed. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2023. 287–307.   
Added by: joachim 9/7/23, 9:16 AM
Gibson, Mel. "“Badgers? We don’t need no steenkin’ badgers!”: Talbot’s Grandville, Anthropomorphism and Multiculturalism." Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels. Eds. Carolene Ayaka and Ian Hague. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. London, New York: Routledge, 2014. 83–95.   
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Gibson, Mel. "The Tale of One Bad Rat: The Child Alone and the Alternative and Substitute Family." Expectations and Experiences. Children, Childhood & Children's Literature. Eds. Clare Bradford and Valerie Coghlan. Lichfield: Pied Piper, 2007. 250–58.   
Added by: joachim 1/7/10, 2:05 PM
Gibson, Mel. "Mehr als eine Heldin: Das Motiv der Clique im britischen Mädchencomic von 1950–1980." Szenarien des Comic. Helden und Historien im Medium der Schriftbildlichkeit. Eds. Stefanie Diekmann and Matthias Schneider. Berlin: SuKuLTuR, 2005. 80–97.   
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Gibson, Mel. "Who does she think she is? Female comic-book characters, second-wave feminism, and feminist film theory." Superheroes and Identities. Eds. Mel Gibson, David Huxley and Joan Ormrod. London, New York: Routledge, 2014. 135–46.   
Added by: joachim 2/15/16, 9:39 AM
Gibson, Mel. "“Yeah, I Think There Is Still Hope”: Youth, Ethnicity, Faith, Feminism, and Fandom in Ms. Marvel." Gender and the Superhero Narrative. Eds. Michael Goodrum, Tara Prescott and Philip Smith. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 23–44.   
Added by: joachim 9/22/20, 11:09 AM
Gibson, Mel. "“Wham! Bam! The X-Men are Here”: The British Broadsheet Press and the X-Men Films and Comic." Film and Comic Books. Eds. Ian Gordon, Mark Jancovich and Matthew P. McAllister. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2007. 101–15.   
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Gibson, Mel. "Memories of Reading: British Girls and their Comics." Consuming for Pleasure. Selected Essays on Popular Fictions. Eds. Julia Hallam and Nickianne Moody. Liverpool: Media Critical and Creative Arts, John Moores Univ., Ass. for Research in Popular Fictions, 2000. 210–27.   
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Gibson, Mel, David Huxley, and Joan Ormrod, eds. Superheroes and Identities. London: Routledge, 2014.   
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Gibson, Mel. "Sick Fictions: Contamination, Infection and Addiction in Accounts of Young Peoples’ Reading of Comics." Cultures of Addiction. Ed. Jason Lee. New York: Cambria, 2012. 199–240.   
Added by: joachim 9/1/16, 10:54 AM
Gibson, Mel, Golnar Nabizadeh, and Kay Sambell. "Watch this space: Childhood, picturebooks and comics." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 5.(2014): 241–44.   
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Gibson, Mel. "Graphic Novels, Comics and Picturebooks." Routledge Companion to Children’s Literature. Ed. David Rudd. London, New York: Routledge, 2010. 100–11.   
Added by: joachim 11/21/12, 11:43 PM
Gibson, Mel. "Cultural Studies: British Girls’ Comics, Readers and Memories." Critical Approaches to Comics and Graphic Novels. Theories and Methods. Eds. Matthew J. Smith and Randy Duncan. London, New York: Routledge, 2012. 267–79.   
Added by: joachim 3/11/14, 5:22 PM
Gibson, Mel. "‘What became of Bunty?’: The emergence, evolution and disappearance of the girls’ comic in post-war Britain." Art, Narrative and Childhood. Eds. Morag Styles and Eve Bearne. Stoke on Trent, Sterling: Trentham, 2003. 87–98.   
Added by: joachim 5/25/17, 4:38 PM
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