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Alexander, Dorian: "Faces of Abjectivity. The Uncanny Mystique and Transsexuality." In: Gender and the Superhero Narrative. Hrsg. v. Michael Goodrum, Tara Prescott und Philip Smith. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018, S. 180–204.  
Added by: joachim 9/24/20, 12:17 PM
Antola, Laura: "Transnational Adaptation of a Marvel comic book event. The case of X-Men: ‘fatal attractions’ in Finland." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021), S. 1–14.  
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Baron, Lawrence: "X-Men as J-Men. The Jewish Subtext of a Comic Book Movie." In: Shofar 22.1 (2003), S. 44–52.  
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Bartlett, Myke: "A Mirror to Changing Times. X-Men and X2." In: Screen Education 58 (2010), S. 111–115.  
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Berndt, Frauke: "Über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen oder: Von Schiller zu Magneto." In: Figurationen 1 (2011), S. 81–99.  
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Bolling, Ben: "The U.S. HIV/AIDS Crisis and the Negotiation of Queer Identity in Superhero Comics, or, Is Northstar Still a A Fairy?" In: Comic Books and American Cultural History. An Anthology. Hrsg. v. Matthew Pustz. London, New York: Continuum, 2012, S. 202–219.  
Added by: joachim 8/1/13, 4:01 PM
Bower, Kathrin: "Holocaust Avengers. From “The Master Race” to Magneto." In: International Journal of Comic Art 6.2 (2004), S. 182–194.  
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Bukatman, Scott: "X-Bodies (The Torment of the Mutant Superhero)." In: Uncontrollable Bodies. Testimonies of Identity and Culture. Hrsg. v. Rodney Sappington und Tyler Stallings. Seattle: The Bay Pr. 1994, S. 92–129.  
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---: "X-Bodies. The Torment of the Mutant Superhero (1994)." In: Matters of Gravity. Special Effects and Supermen in the 20th Century. Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 2003, S. 48–78.  
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Bullen, David: "On the Origin of a Supervillain. The Neo-Victorian Reinvention of Mister Sinister." In: Neo-Victorian Villains. Adaptations and Transformations in Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. Benjamin Poore. (Neo-Victorian Series, 7.) Leiden: Brill, 2017, S. 180–196.  
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Burnett, Andrew: "Mad Genetics. Sinister Side of Biological Mastery." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 53–65.  
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Burt, Stephanie: "The Dream of Power and the Power of Dreams. Ursula K. Le Guin and the X-Men." In: The Legacies of Ursula K. Le Guin. Science, Fiction, Ethics. (Palgrave Studies in Science and Popular Culture.) New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021, S. 107–119.  
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Call, Lewis: "“That Weird, Unbearable Delight”. Representations of Alternative Sexualities in Joss Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men Comics." In: Slayage 12.2/13.1 (2014/15).  
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Carter, James Bucky: "Everything I Learned About Teaching in the Contact Zone I Learned from Charles Xavier and The Uncanny X-Men." In: SANE journal 1.1 (2010), S. 23–59, .  
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Chiat, Kevin: "Giant Dawn and Mutant Superheroes. Joss Whedon in Comics." In: Joss Whedon. The Complete Companion. Hrsg. v. Mary Alice Money. London: Titan Books, 2012, S. 341–352.  
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Christiansen, Ole Johan und Thomas Plischke: "From Perpetrator to Victim and Back Again. The Supervillain Magneto as a Representative of the Holocaust in Superhero Comics." In: The Holocaust, Art, and Taboo. Transatlantic Exchanges on the Ethics and Aesthetics of Representation. Hrsg. v. Susanne Rohr und Sophia Komor. Heidelberg: Winter, 2010, S. 179–201.  
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Claverie, Ezra: "Storm and the Angels of History. Blackness and Star Image in the X‐Men Films." In: Journal of American Culture 42.1 (2019), S. 55–69.  
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---: "Storm and the Angels of History. Blackness and Star Image in the X-Men Films." In: Journal of American Culture 42.1 (2019), S. 55–69.  
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D’Amore, Laura Mattoon: "The Accidental Supermom. Superheroines and Maternal Performativity, 1963–1980." In: Journal of Popular Culture 45.6 (2012), S. 1226–1248.  
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D’Agostino, Anthony Michael: "“Flesh-to-Flesh Contact”. Marvel Comics’ Rogue and the Queer Feminist Imagination." In: American Literature 90.2 (2018), S. 251–281.  
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Dalbeto, Lucas und Ana Oliveira: "Oh My Goddess. Anthropological Thoughts On the Representation of Marvel’s Storm and the Legacy of Black Women in Comics." In: The Comics Grid 5.7 (2015).  
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Darowski, Joseph J. (Hrsg.): The Ages of the X-Men. Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014. (240 S.)  
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---: "When You know You’re Just a Comic Book Character: Deadpool." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 107–121.  
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---: X-Men and the Mutant Metaphor. Race and Gender in the Comic Books. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014. (201 S.)  
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Dath, Dietmar: "Chris Claremonts »Uncanny X-Men« und die Semiologie des »erwachsenen« Superheldenteams. Outcasts als Publikumslieblinge." In: Comics Anno 3 (1995), S. 27–35.  
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Davis, Julie und Robert Westerfelhaus: "Finding a Place for a Muslimah Heroine in the Post-9/11 Marvel Universe. New X-Men’s Dust." In: Islam and Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. Anna Piela. Bd. 4. (Critical Concepts in Sociology.) London, New York: Routledge, 2018.  
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Davis, Richard: "Magneto, Mutation, and Morality." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 125–139.  
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Dibiasi, Alexander: Wolverine wird Abgeordneter. Zum politischen Potential von Comicverfilmungen. (Filmwissenschaft, 12.) Berlin [etc.]: LIT, 2012. (224 S.)  
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Diebler, Matthew: "“I’m Not One of Them Anymore”. Marvel’s X-Men and the Loss of Minority (Racial) Identity." In: International Journal of Comic Art 8.2 (2006), S. 406–413.  
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Dunn, George A. "Layla Miller Knows Stuff. How a Butterfly Can Shoulder the World." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 66–84.  
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Elliott, Timothy und Robert Dennis Watkins: "Sexy Art, Speculative Commerce. The X-Men #1 Launch Extravaganza." In: The Ages of The X-Men. Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Hrsg. v. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014, S. 105–115.  
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Evans, Stephen C. "Why Should Superheroes Be Good? Spider-Man, the X-Men, and Kierkegaard's Double Danger." In: Superheroes and Philosophy. Truth, Justice, and the Socratic Way. Hrsg. v. Tom Morris und Matt Morris. (Popular Culture and Philosophy, 13.) Chicago: Open Court, 2005, S. 161–176.  
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Evans, David: "Wolverine. The Force Behind His Train Lunge." In: Journal of Interdisciplinary Science Topics 4 (2015).  
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Fawaz, Ramzi: "“Where No X-Man Has Gone Before!”. Mutant Superheroes and the Cultural Politics of Popular Fantasy in Postwar America." In: American Literature 83.2 (2011), S. 355–388.  
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Galvan, Margaret: "From Kitty to Cat. Kitty Pryde and the Phases of Feminism." In: The Ages of The X-Men. Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Hrsg. v. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014, S. 46–72.  
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Geraghty, Lincoln: "“Realities … blending as one!”. Film Texts and Intertexts in the Star Trek/X-Men Crossover Comics." In: Extrapolation 28.1 (2007), S. 108–119.  
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Gibbard, Nathan: "Emergent Immanent Spiritualities in Ultimate X-Men." In: Comics – Bilder, Stories und Sequenzen in religiösen Deutungskulturen. Hrsg. v. Jörn Ahrens, Frank Thomas Brinkmann und Nathanael Riemer. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2015, S. 87–110.  
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Gibson, Mel: "“Wham! Bam! The X-Men Are Here”. The British Broadsheet Press and the X-Men Film and Comic." In: International Journal of Comic Art 3.2 (2001), S. 239–249.  
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---: "“Wham! Bam! The X-Men are Here”. The British Broadsheet Press and the X-Men Films and Comic." In: Film and Comic Books. Hrsg. v. Ian Gordon, Mark Jancovich und Matthew P. McAllister. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2007, S. 101–115.  
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Glinoer, Anthony: "La dynamique d’un groupe superhéroïque. Les Uncanny X-Men." In: Mythologies du superhéros. Histoire, physiologie, géographie, intermédialités. Hrsg. v. François-Emmanuël Boucher, Sylvain David und Maxime Prévost. (ACME, 2.) Liège: Presses Univ. de Liège, 2014, S. 97–111.  
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Gurpegui, Carlos Gómez: "Fray, Astonishing X-Men y Runaways. El cómic según Whedon." In: De la estaca al martillo. Un viaje por los universos de Joss Whedon, de Buffy a los Vengadores. Hrsg. v. Pedro J. García und Irene Raya. Madrid: Diábolo, 2015, S. 167–175.  
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Hopkins, Patrick D. "The Lure of the Normal. Who Wouldn't Want to Be a Mutant?" In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 5–16.  
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Housel, Rebecca: "Myth, Morality, and the Women of the X-Men." In: Superheroes and Philosophy. Truth, Justice, and the Socratic Way. Hrsg. v. Tom Morris und Matt Morris. (Popular Culture and Philosophy, 13.) Chicago: Open Court, 2005, S. 75–88.  
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Housel, Rebecca und J. Jeremy Wisnewski (Hrsg.): X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009. (272 S.)  
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Housel, Rebecca: "X-Women and X-istence." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 85–98.  
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Ilea, Romana: "The Mutant Cure or Social Change. Debating Disability." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 170–182.  
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Johnsen, Derek: "Will the Real Wolverine Please Stand Up? Marvel’s Mutation from Monthlies to Movies." In: Film and Comic Books. Hrsg. v. Ian Gordon, Mark Jancovich und Matthew P. McAllister. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2007, S. 64–86.  
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Kavadlo, Jesse: "X-istential X-Men. Jews, Supermen, and the Literature of Struggle." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 38–48.  
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Kirby, Katherine E. "War and Peace, Power and Faith." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 209–222.  
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Klock, Geoff: "X-Men, Emerson, Gnosticism." In: Reconstruction 4.3 (2004).  
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Korenman, Alicia R. Princesses, Mothers, Heroes, and Superheroes. Images of Jewish Women in Comic Books and Graphic Novels. M.S. (Master's paper), University of North Carolina, School of Information and Library Science 2006 (45 S.).  
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Labarre, Nicolas: "From Columbine to Xavier’s. Restaging the Media Narrative as Superhero Fiction." In: The Ages of The X-Men. Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Hrsg. v. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014, S. 189–202.  
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Lecker, Michael J. "“Why Can’t I Be Just Like Everyone Else?”. A Queer Reading of the X-Men." In: International Journal of Comic Art 9.1 (2007), S. 679–687.  
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Leibold, Don: "Abandon Every Fear, Ye That Enter. The X-Men Journey through Dante’s Inferno." In: Building Literacy Connections with Graphic Novels. Page by Page, Panel by Panel. Hrsg. v. James Bucky Carter. Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 2007, S. 100–112.  
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Lizardi, Ryan: "The Apocalyptic Mental Time Travel Film. Erasing Disaster in Edge of Tomorrow and ­X-Men: Days of Future Past." In: The Last Midnight. Essays on Apocalyptic Narratives in Millennial Media. Hrsg. v. Leisa A. Clark, Amanda Firestone und Mary F. Pharr. (Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy.) Jefferson: McFarland, 2016, S. 134–143.  
Added by: joachim 5/20/19, 4:10 PM
Loewy, Hanno: "Der Überlebende als böser Held. X-Men, Comic-Culture und Auschwitz-Fantasy." In: Weiter erinnern? Neu erinnern? Überlegungen zur Gegenwart und Zukunft des Umgangs mit der NS-Zeit. Hrsg. v. AK Erinnerungskultur in d. Marburger Geschichtswerkstatt. Münster: Unrast, 2003, S. 147–166.  
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Lund, Martin: "The Mutant Problem. X-Men, Confirmation Bias, and the Methodology of Comics and Identity." In: European Journal of American Studies 10.2 (2015).  
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---: Rethinking the Jewish-Comics Connection. (Lund Studies in History of Religions, 34.) Lund: Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University, 2013. (413 S.)  
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Lyubansky, Mikhail: "Prejudice Lessons from the Xavier Institute." In: The Psychology of Superheroes. An Unauthorized Exploration. Hrsg. v. Robin S. Rosenberg und Jennifer Canzoneri. (Psychology of Popular Culture.) Dallas: Benbella Books, 2008, S. 75–90.  
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Mack, Todd Kimball: "Autism and the Astonishing X-Men." In: The Ages of The X-Men. Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Hrsg. v. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014, S. 213–222.  
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Malcolm, Cheryl Alexander: "Witness, Trauma, and Remembrance. Holocaust Representation and X-Men Comics." In: The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Hrsg. v. Samantha Baskind und Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008, S. 144–160.  
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Mallory, Michael: X-Men. The Characters and Their Universe. Fairfield: Hugh Lauter Levin, 2006. (287 S.)  
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Manning, Scott: "Warriors “Hedgehogged” in Arrows. Crusaders, Samurai, and Wolverine in Medieval Chronicles and Popular Culture." In: The Year’s Work in Medievalism 33 (2018), S. 62–77, .  
Added by: joachim 6/7/20, 3:49 PM
McDaniel, Anita K. "Negotiating Life Spaces. Has Marriage Marginalized Storm?" In: International Journal of Comic Art 9.1 (2007), S. 688–702.  
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McLaughlin, Jeff: "Philosophy. “The Triumph of the Human Spirit” in X-Men." In: Critical Approaches to Comics and Graphic Novels. Theories and Methods. Hrsg. v. Matthew J. Smith und Randy Duncan. London, New York: Routledge, 2012, S. 103–115.  
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McLean, Thomas J. Mutant Cinema. The X-Men Trilogy from Comics to Screen. 2. Aufl. (Sequart Journal, 2.) Edwardsville: Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, 2009. (300 S.)  
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McWilliams, Cynthia: "Mutant Rights, Torture, and X-perimentation." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 99–106.  
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Morgan, Glyn: "Speaking the Unspeakable and Seeing the Unseeable. The Role of Fantastika in Visualizing the Holocaust, or, More Than Just Maus." In: The Luminary 6 (2015), S. 27–40, .  
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Murray, Ross: "The feminine mystique. Feminism, sexuality, motherhood." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 2 (2011), S. 55–66.  
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O’Meara, Radha: "The Bold and the Forgetful. Amnesia, Character Mutability and Serial Narrative Form in The X-Men." In: Refractory 8 (2005).  
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Pedro Sebastião, Sónia. "The Hyper-Narcissus and the Collective Individualism. X-Men and Watchmen Super-Hero Conception". Culture and the Making of Worlds: Milan, 7.–9. Okt. 2010.  
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Peppard, Anna F. "Canada’s Mutant Body. Nationalism and (Super)Multiculturalism in Alpha Flight vs. the X-Men." In: Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 26.2 (93) (2015), S. 311–332.  
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Perry, Tim: "Mutants that Are All Too Human. The X–Men, Magneto, and Original Sin." In: The Gospel According to Superheroes. Religion and Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. B. J. Oropeza. New York [etc.]: Peter Lang, 2005, S. 171–196.  
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Pettitt, Joanne: "Remembering the Holocaust in American superhero comics." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 10.1 (2019), S. 155–166.  
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Pielak, Chase: "Wolverine’s Fearful Symmetry." In: The Comics Grid (7. Nov. 2012).  
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Pierce, Jeremy: "Mutant and the Metaphysica of Race." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 183–196.  
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Powell, Jason: The Best There is at What He Does. Examining Chris Claremont’s X-Men. Edwardsville: Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, 2016. (277 S.)  
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Prater, Lenise: "Gender and Power. The Phoenix/Jean Grey across Time and Media." In: Colloquy 24 (2012), S. 159–170, .  
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Q, Shatley: "Tom Brokaw’s Coat. Joss Whedon, Astonishing X-Men and the Accessibility of History." In: Joss Whedon. The Complete Companion. Hrsg. v. Mary Alice Money. London: Titan Books, 2012, S. 313–319.  
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Rae, Neil und Jonathan Gray: "When Gen-X Met the X-Men. Retextualizing Comic Book Film Reception." In: Film and Comic Books. Hrsg. v. Ian Gordon, Mark Jancovich und Matthew P. McAllister. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2007, S. 86–100.  
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Ratto, Casey M. "Not Superhero Accessible. The Temporal Stickiness of Disability in Superhero Comics." In: Disability Studies Quarterly 37.2 (2017).  
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Rauscher, Andreas: "Patchwork-Narrative der Mainstream-Minderheiten. Die X-Men-Filme im Zeichen des Transmedia Storytelling." In: Comics intermedial. Hrsg. v. Christian A. Bachmann, Véronique Sina und Lars Banhold. Bochum: Ch.A. Bachmann, 2012, S. 87–101.  
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Reynolds, Richard: Super Heroes. A Modern Mythology. 2. Aufl. (Studies in Popular Culture.) Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 1994. (134 S.)  
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Ricca, Brad: "Origin of the Species. Popular Science, Dr. Hermann Muller, and the X-Men." In: The Ages of The X-Men. Essays on the Children of the Atom in Changing Times. Hrsg. v. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2014, S. 5–16.  
Added by: joachim 8/1/14, 2:41 PM
Robichaud, Christopher: "Professor X Wants You." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 140–152.  
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Row-Heyveld, Lindsey: "Reading Batman, Writing X-Men. Superpowers and Disabilities in the First-Year Seminar." In: Pedagogy 15.3 (2015), S. 519–526.  
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Sereni, Eleonora: "“When I‘m Bad, I’m Better”. From Early Villainesses to Contemporary Antiheroines in Superhero Comics." In: helden. heroes. héros. 8.1 (2020), S. 31–41, .  
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Shyminsky, Neil: "Mutant Readers, Reading Mutants. Appropriation, Assimilation, and the X-Men." In: International Journal of Comic Art 8.2 (2006), S. 387–405.  
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Sierra Barra, Sebastian: "X-MEN. Evolutionstheoretische Spekulationen." In: kritische berichte 39.1 (2011), S. 71–81.  
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Southworth, Jason: "Amnesia, Personal Identity, and the Many Lives of Wolverine." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 17–26.  
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Terjesen, Andrew: "Dirty Hands and Dirty Minds. The Ethics of Mind Reading and Mindwriting." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 153–169.  
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Teschner, George: "High-Tech Mythology in X-Men." In: X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Hrsg. v. Rebecca Housel und J. Jeremy Wisnewski. (Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture.) Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, S. 223–234.  
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Trushell, John M. "American Dreams of Mutants. The X-Men—“Pulp” Fiction, Science Fiction, and Superheroes." In: Journal of Popular Culture 38 (2004), S. 149–168.  
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Vilela, Marco Tulio und Waldomiro C. S. Vergueiro: "The Brazilian X-Men. How Brazilian Artists Have Created Stories That Stan Lee Does Not Know About." In: International Journal of Comic Art 6.1 (2004), S. 221–235.  
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Wein, Len und Leah Wilson (Hrsg.): The Unauthorized X-Men. SF and Comic Writers on Mutants, Prejudice and Adamantium. (Smart Pop.) Dallas: Benbella Books, 2006. (215 S.)  
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