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Ahmed, Maaheen und Martin Lund: "Apocalypse Why? The Neutralisation of the Antichrist in Three Comics Adaptations." In: Scan. Journal of media arts culture 9.1 (2012), (3. Mai 2013)  
Added by: joachim 05/04/2013 10:36:00 AM
---: "“We’re all Avengers now”. Community-building, civil religion and nominal multiculturalism in Marvel Comics’ Fear Itself." In: European Journal of American Culture 35.2 (2016), S. 77–95.  
Added by: joachim 04/24/2021 03:42:59 PM
Guynes, Sean und Martin Lund (Hgg.): Unstable Masks. Whiteness and American Superhero Comics. (New Suns: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Speculative.) Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2020. (280 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 07/07/2020 12:24:24 AM
Lewis, A. David und Martin Lund (Hgg.): Muslim Superheroes. Comics, Islam, and Representation. (Mizan, 1.) Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 2017. (256 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 04/28/2018 12:14:47 AM
Lund, Martin: "‘Introducing the Sensational Black Panther!’. Fantastic Four #52–53, the Cold War, and Marvel’s Imagined Africa." In: The Comics Grid 6.7 (2016), (14. Juni 2016)  
Last edited by: joachim 06/14/2016 08:58:21 AM
---: "“NY 101”. New York City According to Brian Wood." In: International Journal of Comic Art 17.2 (2015), S. 1–33.  
Last edited by: joachim 08/15/2016 10:23:22 PM
---: "“[A] matter of SAVED or LOST”. Difference, Salvation, and Subjection in Chick Tracts." In: Comics and Power. Representing and Questioning Culture, Subjects and Communities. Hrsg. v. Rikke Platz Cortsen, Erin La Cour und Anne Magnussen. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publ. 2015, S. 173–192.  
Last edited by: joachim 08/14/2015 07:10:29 AM
---: "American Golem. Reading America through Super-New Dealers and the “Melting Pot”." In: Comic Books and American Cultural History. An Anthology. Hrsg. v. Matthew Pustz. London, New York: Continuum, 2012, S. 79–93.  
Added by: joachim 12/13/2012 10:52:23 AM
---: "Climbing the Hill. Will Eisner’s Heritage Fabrication and Comics Identity Politics in The Dreamer (1986) and After." In: Le statut culturel de la bande dessinée – ambiguïtés et évolutions. The Cultural Standing of Comics – Ambiguities and Changes. Hrsg. v. Maaheen Ahmed, Stephanie Delneste und Jean-Louis Tilleuil. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2017, S. 119–136.  
Added by: joachim 07/20/2017 02:10:36 PM
---: "Closing the Comics-Gate. On Recognizing the Politics of Comics." In: The Middle Spaces (5. Febr. 2019), (5. Sept. 2020)  
Added by: joachim 09/05/2020 03:35:45 PM
---: "‘Every day is 9/11!’. Re-constructing Ground Zero in three US comics." In: Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 4.1–2 (2017), S. 241–261.  
Last edited by: joachim 03/27/2019 02:51:25 PM
---: "Gud i Fyrfärgstryck. Om tecknade serier, moral och teologi." In: Religionsvetenskaplig internettidskrift 13.2 (2012), (19. Juni 2013)  
Last edited by: joachim 09/04/2016 03:01:27 PM
---: "The Mutant Problem. X-Men, Confirmation Bias, and the Methodology of Comics and Identity." In: European Journal of American Studies 10.2 (2015), (12. Okt. 2015)  
Added by: joachim 10/12/2015 08:15:32 AM
---: "Persons of Mass Destruction. The War on Terror in Mark Millar’s Ultimates Comic Books." In: Americana 15.2 (2016), (21. Nov. 2016)  
Added by: joachim 11/21/2016 10:11:53 AM
---: Re-Constructing the Man of Steel. Superman 1938–1941, Jewish American History, and the Invention of the Jewish–Comics Connection. (Contemporary Religion and Popular Culture.) New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. (215 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 02/10/2017 11:30:24 AM
---: "Redefining the Superhero through Selective Reading." In: Scandinavian Journal of Comic Art 3.1 (2016), (13. Jan. 2020)  
Added by: joachim 01/13/2020 02:58:21 PM
---: Rethinking the Jewish-Comics Connection. (Lund Studies in History of Religions, 34.) Lund: Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University, 2013. (413 S.)  
Last edited by: joachim 03/24/2016 11:28:18 AM
---: "‘The roaring 30s’. Style, intertextuality, space and history in Marvel Noir." In: Studies in Comics 6.1 (2015), S. 5–24.  
Last edited by: joachim 05/30/2016 12:14:49 PM
---: "‘X marks the spot’. Urban dystopia, slum voyeurism and failures of identity in District X." In: Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 2.1–2 (2015), S. 35–56.  
Added by: joachim 09/27/2015 05:36:03 PM
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