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Backe, Hans-Joachim. "Politrickery: Brian k. vaughans meta-politik." Comics & Politik. Comics & Politics. Ed. Stephan Packard. Bochum: Ch.A. Bachmann, 2014. 443–60.   
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Brown, Lyndsay. "Yorick, Don’t Be A Hero: Productive motion in y: the last man." ImageTexT 3. 1 2006. Accessed 8 May. 2012. <http://www.english.ufl. ... xt/archives/v3_1/brown/>.   
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Clark, Catherine and Jennifer Jacobs Henderson. "‘Oh, my god! I CAN FLY!’: Female agency in marvel’s runaways." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 10. (2019): 210–27.   
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Connors, Sean P. "Altering Perspectives: How the implied reader invites us to rethink the difficulty of graphic novels." The Clearing House 85. (2012): 33–37.   
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Donahue, James J. "From the Inner City to the Interstellar: Brian k. vaughan’s comix after 9/11." Comics Studies Here and Now. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. Routledge Advances in Comics Studies. London: Routledge, 2018. 281–97.   
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Endres, Christian. "Rücksturz in die Anonymität: Brian k. vaughans comic »the private eye« thematisiert die post-snowden-ära des internets und beschreitet neue wege des selfpublishings." Das Science Fiction Jahr 10. (2014): 321–33.   
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Frisch, Marc-Oliver. "Armer Yorick! Y: the last man/the walking dead." Comicgate Magazin (2012): 16–25.   
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Gartley, Elizabeth. "Speaking language? The politics of language and power in saga." Studies in Comics 8. (2017): 51–68.   
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Geers, Jeff. "“The Great Machine Doesn’t Wear a Cape!”: American cultural anxiety and the post-9/11 superhero." Comic Books and American Cultural History. An Anthology. Ed. Matthew Pustz. London, New York: Continuum, 2012. 250–61.   
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Hill, Mark C. "Alternative Masculine Performances in American Comics: Brian k. vaughan and pia guerra’s y: the last man." Studies in Popular Culture 38. (2016): 79–98.   
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Hock, Claus Arne. "Die Darstellung des 11. Septembers in amerikanischen Comics." 1. Staatsexamensarbeit Universität Magdeburg, 2010.   
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Hodgman, John. "Epics: (kirby's fourth world omnibus; kirby: king of comics; age of bronze; y: the last man)." The Best American Comics Criticism. Ed. Ben Schwartz. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2010. 240–47.   
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de la Iglesia, Martin. "Formal Characteristics of Animal Liberation in Comics." Closure 7 2020. Accessed 29 Jan. 2021. <>.   
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Jones, Clint. Apocalyptic Ecology in the Graphic Novel: Life and the environment after societal collapse. Jefferson: McFarland, 2020.   
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Keen, Suzanne. "Fast Tracks to Narrative Empathy: Anthropomorphism and dehumanization in graphic narratives." SubStance 40. (2011): 135–55.   
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Khng, Desiree L. "Philosophising gender politics in Y: The Last Man." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 7. (2016): 167–77.   
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Kunz, Tobias. "“Oopsie, I made a universe!”: Narration und metareferenz in brian k. vaughan und fiona staples’ saga." Medienobservationen 2017. Accessed 25 Aug. 2018. <https://www.medienobser ... tion-metareferenz-saga/>.   
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Lipenga, Ken Junior. "The New Normal: Enfreakment in saga." The Comics Grid 9. 1 2019. Accessed 18 Dec. 2019. <>.   
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Lund, Martin. "‘Every day is 9/11!’: Re-constructing ground zero in three us comics." Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 4. (2017): 241–61.   
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Mafe, Diana Adesola. "“We Don’t Need Another Hero”: Agent 355 as an original black female hero in y: the last man." African American Review 48. (2015): 33–48.   
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Manis, Kathryn. "Neoliberal Anxiety and the Post-Apocalypse in US Comic Books: An analysis of y the last man and the private eye." Journal of Popular Culture 51. (2018): 1234–55.   
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Mellette, Justin. "Of Men and Mongrels: Myth and queer representation in brian k. vaughan’s y: the last man and saga." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021): 1–16.   
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Meteling, Arno. "A Tale of Two Cities: Politics and superheroics in starman and ex machina." Comics and the City. Urban Space in Print, Picture and Sequence. Eds. Jörn Ahrens and Arno Meteling. London, New York: Continuum, 2010. 133–49.   
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Pallares, Bess. Representation of the Mother’s Body as a Narrative Conduit for Wartime Themes in Saga. Student Research Symposium: Portland, 12 May, 2015.   
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Tembo, Kwasu D. "Magical Negress: Re-reading agent 355 in brian vaughan’s y: the last man." Open Cultural Studies 3. (2019): 161–73.   
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