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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.  
Last edited by: joachim 5/28/12, 1:21 PM
Gibson, Mel. "Nobody, Somebody, Everybody Ballet, girlhood, class, femininity and comics in 1950s britain." Girlhood Studies 1.(2008): 108–28.  
Last edited by: joachim 11/14/09, 11:13 AM
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.  
Last edited by: joachim 8/2/10, 11:11 PM
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.  
Last edited by: joachim 10/28/16, 7:05 PM
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. "“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.  
Last edited by: joachim 9/1/16, 4:37 PM
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.  
Last edited by: joachim 10/2/11, 12:47 PM
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.  
Last edited by: joachim 7/2/11, 4:50 PM
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.  
Last edited by: joachim 5/28/12, 11:59 AM
Gibson, Mel, David Huxley, and Joan Ormrod, eds. Superheroes and Identities. London: Routledge, 2014.  
Added by: joachim 2/5/16, 4:08 PM
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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