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Beaty, Bart. "Roy Lichtenstein’s Tears: Art vs. pop in american culture." Canadian Review of American Studies 34. (2004): 249–68.   
Last edited by: joachim 9/2/17, 11:59 AM
Beaty, Bart. Comics Versus Art. Toronto, Buffalo, London: Univ. of Toronto Press, 2012.   
Last edited by: joachim 2/7/23, 5:30 PM
Boime, Albert. "Roy Lichtenstein and the Comic Strip." Art Journal 28. (1968–69): 155–59.   
Last edited by: joachim 1/16/12, 8:25 PM
Collins, Bradford R. "Modern Romance: Lichtenstein’s comic book paintings." American Art 17. (2003): 61–85.   
Last edited by: joachim 3/8/13, 7:58 PM
Levin, Bob. "Why Roy Lichtenstein is a Greater Artist Than Ghastly Ingels." Outlaws, Rebels, Freethinkers & Pirates. Essays on Cartoons and Cartoonists. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2005. 183–90.   
Added by: joachim 12/19/10, 2:50 PM
Lobel, Michael. "Technology Envisioned: Lichtenstein’s monocularity." Oxford Art Journal 24. (2001): 131–54.   
Added by: joachim 3/9/13, 8:32 PM
Priego Ramirez, Ernesto F. "Whaam! Becoming a flaming star." The Comics Grid. Journal of Comics Scholarship. Year One. Ed. Ernesto F. Priego Ramirez. London: The Comics Grid Digital First Editions, 2012. 74–77.   
Added by: joachim 12/31/12, 12:26 AM
Viva, Denis. "Oversimplification as Remediation: Roy lichtenstein’s paintings and 1960s comics." Leaves 7 2019. Accessed 15 Jan. 2021. <https://climas.u-bordea ... es-l-image-remediatisee>.   
Added by: joachim 1/15/21, 1:00 PM
Wattolik, Eva. Die Parodie im Frühwerk Roy Lichtensteins: Comic-gemälde 1961–1964. Weimar: VDG, 2005.   
Last edited by: joachim 11/25/09, 12:00 PM
Whiting, Cécile. "Borrowed Spots: The gendering of comic books, lichtenstein’s paintings, and dishwasher detergents." American Art 6. (1992): 9–35.   
Last edited by: joachim 7/26/11, 4:49 PM
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