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Al-wazedi, Umme. "I Am the Maker of My Image: Marvel’s no normal and the comic book muslim woman." South Asian Review 39.(2018): 239–51.  
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Alaoui, Fatima Zahrae Chrifi and Shadee Abdi. "Wakanda for everyone: An invitation to an african muslim perspective of black panther." Review of Communication 20.(2020): 229–35.  
Last edited by: joachim 8/8/20, 4:34 PM
Aúz García, Rocío A. and Tobias Lotter. "Superman in Mekka: Botschaften und rezeption des islamischen superhelden comics." Comics – Bilder, Stories und Sequenzen in religiösen Deutungskulturen. Eds. Jörn Ahrens, Frank Thomas Brinkmann and Nathanael Riemer. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2015. 235–54.  
Added by: joachim 8/11/15, 6:02 PM
Baldanzi, Jessica and Hussein Rashid, eds. Ms. Marvel’s America No normal. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2020.  
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Borg Andreassen, Anja. "Yes, We Khan—Diversity and De-Monsterization of Muslim Identities in Ms. Marvel (2014–)." Nordlit (2019): 67–82.  
Last edited by: joachim 7/12/20, 8:23 PM
Dar, Jehanzeb. "Holy Islamophobia, Batman! Demonization of muslims and arabs in mainstream american comic books." Islam and Popular Culture. Ed. Anna Piela. Vol. 4. Critical Concepts in Sociology. London, New York: Routledge, 2018.  
Added by: joachim 8/7/18, 7:17 PM
Davis, Julie and Robert Westerfelhaus. "Finding a Place for a Muslimah Heroine in the Post-9/11 Marvel Universe: new x-men’s dust." Islam and Popular Culture. Ed. Anna Piela. Vol. 4. Critical Concepts in Sociology. London, New York: Routledge, 2018.  
Added by: joachim 8/8/18, 12:04 PM
Diamond, Matthew. "No Laughing Matter: Post-september 11 political cartoons in arab/muslim newspapers." Political Communication 19.(2002): 251–72.  
Added by: joachim 8/29/16, 10:05 AM
Douglas, Allen and Fedwa Malti-Douglas. "Islamic Classics Illustrated: Regendering medieval philosophy in a modern tunisian strip." International Journal of Comic Art 1.(1999): 98–106.  
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Dubbati, Barkuzar. "The Woman in Hijab as a Freak: Super(muslim)woman in deena mohamed’s webcomic qahera." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8.(2017): 433–49.  
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Edwin, Shirin. "Islam’s Trojan horse: Battling perceptions of muslim women in the 99." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 3.(2012): 171–99.  
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Enderwitz, Susanne. "“The 99”: Islamic superheroes – a new species?." Transcultural Turbulences. Towards a Multi-Sited Reading of Image Flows. Eds. Christiane Brosius and Roland Wenzlhuemer. Transcultural Research. New York: Springer, 2011. 83–95.  
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Endres, Christian. "Helden für alle: Die superheldenserie the 99 als brückenschlag zwischen westlicher und muslimischer kultur." Das Science Fiction Jahr 8.(2011): 749–54.  
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Erhart, Itir and Hande Eslen-Ziya. "Janissary: An orientalist heroine or a role model for muslim women?." Heroines of Comic Books and Literature. Portrayals in Popular Culture. Eds. Maja Bajac-Carter, Norma Jones and Bob Batchelor. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. 95–106.  
Last edited by: joachim 7/26/19, 11:48 AM
Gibson, Mel. "“Yeah, I Think There Is Still Hope” Youth, ethnicity, faith, feminism, and fandom in ms. marvel." Gender and the Superhero Narrative. Eds. Michael Goodrum, Tara Prescott and Philip Smith. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 23–44.  
Added by: joachim 9/22/20, 11:09 AM
Gittinger, Juli L. "Hijabi Cosplay: Performances of culture, religion, and fandom." Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 30.(2018): 87–105.  
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Gittinger, Juli L. "Muslim Women Cosplayers: Intersecting religious, cultural and fan identities." The Sacred in Fantastic Fandom. Essays on the Intersection of Religion and Pop Culture. Eds. Carol M. Cusack, John W. Morehead and Venetia Laura Delano Robertson. Jefferson: McFarland, 2019. 154–68.  
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Göktürk, Deniz. "Jokes and Butts: Can we imagine humor in a global public sphere?." PMLA 123.(2008): 1707–11.  
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Howell, Jennifer. The Algerian War in French-Language Comics: Postcolonial memory, history, and subjectivity. After the Empire. Lanham [etc.]: Lexington, 2015.  
Added by: joachim 1/27/16, 9:06 AM
Jones, Rachel Bailey. (Re)thinking Orientalism: Using graphic narratives to teach critical visual literacy. Minding the Media. New York [etc.]: Peter Lang, 2015.  
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Kent, Miriam. "Unveiling Marvels: ms. marvel and the reception of the new muslim superheroine." Feminist Media Studies 15.(2015): 522–27.  
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Klausen, Jytte. The Cartoons That Shook the World. London: Yale Univ. Press, 2009.  
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Köster, Werner. "Bilderverbot und Bilderstreit als Diskurselemente von Medienmentalitäten, anlässlich des Streits um die Mohammed-Karikaturen in Jyllands Posten." Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 36.(2006): 159–96.  
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Landis, Winona. "Ms Marvel, Qahera, and superheroism in the Muslim diaspora." Continuum 33.(2019): 185–200.  
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Lewis, A. David. The Muslim Superhero in Contemporary American Popular Culture. American Academy of Religion annual conference 2013: 23 Nov, 2013.  
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Lewis, A. David and Martin Lund, eds. Muslim Superheroes: Comics, islam, and representation. Mizan. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 2017.  
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Mehring, Frank. "Holy Terror! Islamophobia and intermediality in frank miller’s graphic novel." European Journal of American Studies 15.3 2020. Accessed 25 Feb. 2022. <https://journals.openedition.org/ejas/16274>.  
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Meier, Stefan. "“Truth, Justice, and the Islamic Way” Conceiving the cosmopolitan muslim superhero in the 99." Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives. Comics at the Crossroads. Eds. Shane Denson, Christina Meyer and Daniel Stein. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. 181–94.  
Added by: joachim 4/20/13, 12:13 AM
Modarres, Andrea. "‘Aamir’s just a dork’: ms. marvel’s re-vision of islam in america." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021): 1–14.  
Last edited by: joachim 4/18/21, 3:27 PM
Otterbeck, Jonas. "Islamophobic Expressions in Rocky: A discussion of satire, taste, and the lack of reactions." Scandinavian Journal of Comic Art 2.2 2016. Accessed 28 Jun. 2016. <http://sjoca.com/wp-con ... CA-2-2-03-Otterbeck.pdf>.  
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Rhett, Maryanne. Representations of Islam in United States Comics, 1880–1922. New York: Bloomsbury, 2019.  
Added by: joachim 9/16/20, 12:08 PM
Riemer, Nathanael. "Religiös inspirierte und religiöse Comics in islamischen Kulturen." Comics – Bilder, Stories und Sequenzen in religiösen Deutungskulturen. Eds. Jörn Ahrens, Frank Thomas Brinkmann and Nathanael Riemer. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2015. 165–99.  
Added by: joachim 8/11/15, 5:50 PM
Santo, Avi. "“Is It a Camel? Is It a Turban? No, It’s The 99” Branding islamic superheroes as authentic global cultural commodities." Television & New Media 15.(2014): 679–95.  
Added by: joachim 3/13/15, 2:34 PM
Smit, Johannes A. and Denzil Chetty. "Debunking Marvel Comics’ First Pakistani-American Born Muslim Female Superhero: Reading religion, race and gender in ms. marvel (kamala khan)." The African Journal of Gender and Religion 24.2 2018. Accessed 12 Jul. 2020. <https://www.academia.ed ... Ms._Marvel_Kamala_Khan_>.  
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Steinfeld, Thomas. "Karikatur." Merkur 69.(2015): 36–45.  
Added by: joachim 2/13/16, 2:30 PM
Strömberg, Fredrik. "“Yo, rag-head!” Arab and muslim superheroes in american comic books after 9/11." Amerikastudien 56.(2011): 573–602.  
Last edited by: joachim 4/25/15, 9:28 PM
Trattner, Katrin. "Für die sind wir fanatische Spinner: Bilder des islam und (de-)konstruktion von orientalismen in persepolis." Weltentwürfe im Comic/film. Mensch, Gesellschaft, Religion. Eds. Theresia Heimerl and Christian Wessely. Religion, Film und Medien. Marburg: Schüren, 2018. 98–114.  
Last edited by: joachim 8/25/18, 1:52 PM
Vanderlippe, John and Pinar Batur. "Blasphemy and Critique? Secularists and islamists in turkish cartoon images." Islam and Popular Culture. Ed. Anna Piela. Vol. 1. Critical Concepts in Sociology. London, New York: Routledge, 2018.  
Added by: joachim 8/7/18, 7:13 PM
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