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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.  
Last edited by: joachim 7/3/10, 1:39 AM
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 October. 2012. <https://imagetextjourna ... -of-comic-book-history/>.  
Added by: joachim 10/8/12, 3:07 PM
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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