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Authers, Benjamin. "‘What had been many became one’: Continuity, the common law, and crisis on infinite earths." Law Text Culture 16. (2012): 65–92.   
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Craft, Jason Todd. "Fiction Networks: The emergence of proprietary, persistent, large-scale popular fictions." Dissertation Ph.D. Univ. of Texas, 2004.   
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Darius, Julian. Everything and a Mini-Series for the Kitchen Sink: Understanding infinite crisis. Edwardsville: Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, 2012.   
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Friedenthal, Andrew J. "Monitoring the Past: Dc comics’ crisis on infinite earths and the narrativization of comic book history." ImageTexT 6. 2 2012. Accessed 8 Oct. 2012. <https://imagetextjourna ... -of-comic-book-history/>.   
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Friedenthal, Andrew J. Retcon Game: Retroactive continuity and the hyperlinking of america. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2017.   
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Guynes, Sean. "Worlds Will Live, Worlds Will Die: crisis on infinite earths and the anxieties and calamities of the comic-book event." Inks 3. (2019): 171–90.   
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Kidder, Orion Ussner. "Telling Stories About Storytelling: The metacomics of alan moore, neil gaiman, and warren ellis." PhD Thesis. University of Alberta, 2010.   
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McLaughlin, Jeff. "What if? DC’s Crisis and Leibnizian Possible Worlds." Comics as Philosophy. Ed. Jeff McLaughlin. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2005. 3–13.   
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Miller, Carl F. "“Worlds Lived, Worlds Died”: The graphic novel, the cold war, and 1986." The CEA Critic 72. (2010).   
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Murdough, Adam C. "Worlds Will Live, Worlds Will Die: Myth, metatext, continuity and cataclysm in dc comics’ crisis on infinite earths." Thesis Master of Arts. Bowling Green State Univ. Popular Culture, 2006.   
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Niederhausen, Michael. "Deconstructing Crisis on Infinite Earths: Grant morrison’s animal man, jla: earth 2, and flex mentallo." International Journal of Comic Art 8. (2006): 271–82.   
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O’Rourke, Daniel J. and Morgan B. O’Rourke. "“It’s Morning Again in America”: John byrne’s re-imaging of the man of steel." The Ages of Superman. Essays on the Man of Steel in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 115–24.   
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Tew, Philip. "Re-reading the DC Universe(s) of Super Heroes: Tracing the spectacular, malice and sacrifice through the crisis on infinite earths (1985)." Critical Engagements 3. (2009): 10–30.   
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