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Ayres, Jackson. "The Integrity of the Work: Alan moore, modernism, and the corporate author." Journal of Modern Literature 39. (2016): 144–66.   
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Barker, Kim. "Holy blurring of core copyright principles, Batmobile!." Graphic Justice. Intersections of Comics and Law. London, New York: Routledge, 2015. 19–35.   
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Best, Daniel, ed. The Trials of Superman. Norwood: Blaq Books, 2012.   
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Best, Daniel, ed. The Trials of Superman, Vol II. Norwood: Blaq Books, 2012.   
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Brienza, Casey E. "Sociological Perspectives on Japanese Manga in America." Sociology Compass 8. (2014): 468–77.   
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Chung, Christina. "Holy Fandom, Batman! Commercial fan works, fair use, and the economics of complements and market failure." Journal of Science & Technology Law 19. (2013): 367–404.   
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Claverie, Ezra. "Folklore, Fakelore, Scholars, and Shills: Superheroes as “myth”." Journal of Popular Culture 52. (2019): 976–98.   
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Gordon, Ian. "Siegel and Shuster as Brand Name." The Superhero Symbol. Media, Culture, and Politics. Eds. Liam Burke, Ian Gordon and Angela Ndalianis. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2019. 105–17.   
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Gordon, Ian. "Smallville: Superhero mythos and intellectual property regimes." The Smallville Chronicles. Critical Essays on the Television Series. Ed. Lincoln Geraghty. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2011. 89–107.   
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Gordon, Ian. "Comics, Creators, and Copyright: On the ownership of serial narratives by multiple authors." A Companion to Media Authorship. Eds. Jonathan Gray and Derek Johnson. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. 221–36.   
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Greenberg, Marc H. Comic Art, Creativity and the Law. Elgar Law and Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2014.   
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Harris-Fain, Darren. "Illustrated Man: Ray bradbury, comics and the authorized graphic novels." Drawn from the Classics. Essays on Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works. Eds. Stephen E. Tabachnick and Esther Bendit Saltzman. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2015. 249–62.   
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Helfand, Michael Todd. "When Mickey Mouse Is as Strong as Superman: The convergence of intellectual property laws to protect fictional literary and pictorial characters." Stanford Law Review 44. (1992): 623–74.   
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Hoberek, Andrew. Considering Watchmen: Poetics, property, politics. Comics Culture. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2014.   
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Kidman, Shawna Feldmar. Comic Books Incorporated: How the business of comics became the business of hollywood. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2019.   
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Klaehn, Jeffery. "‘Batman is all about contingency planning’: An interview with american comic-book writer chuck dixon." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 5. (2014): 118–22.   
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Klaehn, Jeffery. "Howard Chaykin interview." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021): 1–6.   
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Lee, Hye-Kyung. "Between fan culture and copyright infringement: Manga scanlation." Media, Culture & Society 31. (2009): 1011–22.   
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Lefèvre, Pascal. "Plagiaat in de strip." Yang (1990): 41–47.   
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Leonard, Sean. "Progress against the law: Anime and fandom, with the key to the globalization of culture." International Journal of Cultural Studies 8. (2005): 281–305.   
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Madeley, June M. "Transnational convergence culture: Grassroots and corporate convergence in the conflict over amateur english-translated manga." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 6. (2015): 367–81.   
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Milburn, Colin. "Nanowarriors: Military nanotechnology and comic books." Intertexts 9. (2005): 77–103.   
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Mochnacki, Alex. "Calling All Copyfighters: Experts as superheroes, comic books as intervention and boundary making in canadian copyright policy." Communication, Culture and Critique 6. (2013): 525–49.   
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Molinaro, John. "Who Owns Captain America? Contested authorship, work-for-hire, and termination rights under the copyright act of 1976." Georgia State University Law Review 21. (2004): 565–92.   
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Nevins, Jr., Francis M. "Copyright + Character = Catastrophe." Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. 39. (1992): 303–44.   
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Noppe, Nele. "Dōjinshi research as a site of opportunity for Manga Studies." Comics Worlds and the World of Comics. Towards Scholarship on a Global Scale. Ed. Jaqueline Berndt. Global Manga Studies. Kyoto: International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University, 2010. 123–42.   
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Ó Méalóid, Pádraig. Poisoned Chalice: The extremely long and incredibly complex story of marvelman (and miracleman). Poisoned Chalice, 2018.   
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Packard, Stephan. "Copyright und Superhelden: Über die prägung populärer mythologie durch textuelle kontrolle." Justitiabilität und Rechtmäßigkeit. Verrechtlichungsprozesse von Literatur und Film in der Moderne. Ed. Claude D. Conter. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik. Amsterdam [etc.]: Rodopi, 2010. 109–26.   
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Pearson, Roberta E. "World-Building Logics and Copyright: The dark knight and the great detective." World Building. Transmedia, Fans, Industries. Ed. Marta Boni. Transmedia. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Univ. Press, 2017. 109–28.   
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Petty, Ross D. "The “Amazing Adventures” of Super Hero®." The Trademark Reporter 100. (2010): 729–55.   
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Sackmann, Eckart. "The Comical Peepshow: Wilhelm busch auf amerikanisch." Deutsche Comicforschung 9. (2013): 47–51.   
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Sergi, Joe. The Law for Comic Book Creators: Essential concepts and applications. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014.   
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Southworth, Jason. "With Great Creativity Comes Great Imitation: Problems of plagiarism and knowledge." Heroes and Philosophy. Buy the Book, Save the World. Ed. David Kyle Johnson. The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series. Hoboken: Wiley, 2009. 49–63.   
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Stahl, Matt. "Privilege and Distinction in Production Worlds: Copyright, collective bargaining and working conditions in media making." Production Studies. Cultural Studies of Media Industries. Eds. Vicki Mayer, Miranda J. Banks and John Thornton Caldwell. London, New York: Routledge, 2009. 54–67.   
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Stevens, J. Richard and Christopher Edward Bell. "Do Fans Own Digital Comic Books? Examining the copyright and intellectual property attitudes of comic book fans." International Journal of Communication 6 2012. Accessed 7 Sep. 2017. <>.   
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Swartz-Levine, Jennifer A. "She-Hulk Crash! The evolution of jen walters, or how marvel comics learned to stop worrying about feminism and love the gamma bomb." The Ages of the Incredible Hulk. Essays on the Green Goliath in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2016. 78–92.   
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Thomas, Joseph. "The Books Are Selling Just Fine, Thank You, or Scholarship and the Permissions Problem." International Journal of Comic Art 16. (2014): 1–8.   
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Vashko, Robert E. "Exploitation of the Comic Book Superhero." Loyola Intellectual Property and High Technology Law Quarterly 3. (1998): 37–51.   
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Winchester, Mark D. "Litigation and Early Comic Strips: The lawsuits of outcault, dirks and fisher." Inks 2. (1995): 16–25.   
Added by: joachim 10/7/09, 10:26 AM
Winchester, Mark D. "Litigation and Early Comic Strips: The lawsuits of outcault, dirks, and fisher." Drawing the Line. Comics Studies and INKS, 1994–1997. Eds. Lucy Shelton Caswell and Jared Gardner. Studies in Comics and Cartoons. Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2017. 52–68.   
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