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Baetens, Jan, Hugo Frey, and Fabrice Leroy, eds. Intermediality in French-Language Comics and Graphic Novels. Lafayette: Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette Press, 2022.   
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Belloï, Livio and Fabrice Leroy. Pierre La Police: Une esthétique de la malfaçon. Paris: Serious Publ. 2019.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "Absent-Mindedness, Mustaches, and the Cold War: The image of science in herge's professor calculus and franquin's count of champignac." International Journal of Comic Art 4. (2002): 205–17.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "« C’est tout mal fait, pardon »: The rhetoric of politics in pierre la police’s comics." Belphégor 5. 1 2005. Accessed 6 Apr. 2010. <>.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "‘Is there any boudin on the moon?’: Depicting cajun ethnicity in bec doux et ses amis." European Comic Art 1. (2008): 127–44.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "Yves Chaland and Luc Cornillon’s Rewriting of Classical Belgian Comics in Captivant: From graphic homage to implicit criticism." International Journal of Comic Art 12. (2010): 2–24.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "Joann Sfar Conjures Marc Chagall: The politics of visual representation in the rabbi’s cat." European Comic Art 4. (2011): 39–57.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "Painting the Painter: Meta-representation and magic realism in joann sfar’s chagall en russie." European Comic Art 5. (2012): 8–22.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. Sfar So Far: Identity, history, fantasy, and mimesis in joann sfar’s graphic novels. Studies in European Comics and Graphic Novels. Leuven: Leuven Univ. Press, 2014.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "European Literary and Genre Fiction: The (à suivre) magazine and the “adventure” and “science fiction” traditions (pratt, tardi, moebius)." The Cambridge History of the Graphic Novel. Eds. Jan Baetens, Hugo Frey and Stephen E. Tabachnick. The Cambridge Companions to Philosophy, Religion and Culture. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2018. 251–68.   
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Leroy, Fabrice and Livio Belloï. "The Cartoonist as Iconoclast: Flaubertian irony and media parody in pierre la police’s comics." International Journal of Comic Art 6. (2004): 222–37.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "Une tragédie de détails: L’architecture de l’infra-ordinaire dans les building stories de chris ware." La mécanique du détail. Approches transversales. Eds. Livio Belloï and Maud Hagelstein. Signes. Lyon: ENS Éditions, 2014. 227–44.   
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Leroy, Fabrice. "Games Without Frontiers: The representation of politics and the politics of representation in schuiten and peeters's la frontière invisible." History and Politics in French-Language Comics and Graphic Novels. Ed. Mark McKinney. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2008. 117–36.   
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