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Banerjee, Abanti. "Convergences of the Global and the Local: Graphic narrative and patua art in sita’s ramayana." Gnosis Special Issue (2019): 92–112.   
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Chatterji, Roma. Graphic Narratives and the Mythological Imagination in India. London: Routledge India, 2019.   
Last edited by: joachim 1/29/22, 3:54 PM
Claverie, Ezra. "Folklore, Fakelore, Scholars, and Shills: Superheroes as “myth”." Journal of Popular Culture 52. (2019): 976–98.   
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Cleto, Sara and Erin Kathleen Bahl. "Becoming the Labyrinth: Negotiating magical space and identity in puella magi madoka magica." Humanities 5. 2 2016. Accessed 31 Dec. 2017. <>.   
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Dennis, Geoffrey and Avi S. Dennis. "Vampires and Witches and Commandos, Oy Vey: Comic book appropriations of lilith." Shofar 32. (2014): 72–101.   
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Fehlmann, Meret. "Die Schwanenjungfrauen und von Felsen stürzende Pferde: Märchenmotive und wissenschaftsmythen im prähistorischen comic." Von Mund zu Ohr via Archiv in die Welt. Beiträge zum mündlichen, literarischen und medialen Erzählen. Eds. Petra Himstedt-Vaid, et al. Rostocker Beiträge zur Volkskunde und Kulturgeschichte. Münster: Waxmann, 2021. 207–24.   
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Foster, David William. "Latino Comics: Javier hernandez’s el muerto as an allegory of chicano identity." Latinos and Narrative Media. Participation and Portrayal. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 225–40.   
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Gill, Tom. "Transformational Magic: Some japanese super-heroes and monsters." The Worlds of Japanese Popular Culture. Gender, Shifting Boundaries and Global Cultures. Ed. Dolores Martinez. Contemporary Japanese Society. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1998. 33–55.   
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Gilley, Jennifer and Stephen Burnett. "Deconstructing and Reconstructing Pittsburgh’s Man of  Steel: Reading joe magarac against the context of the 20th-century steel industry." Journal of American Folklore 111. (1998): 392–408.   
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O’Connor, Laura. "The Corpse on Hellboy’s Back: Translating a graphic image." Journal of Popular Culture 43. (2010): 540–63.   
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Ong, Walter J. "The Comics and the Super State." Arizona Quarterly 1. (1945): 34–48.   
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Peretti, Daniel. Superman in Myth and Folklore. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2017.   
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Peretti, Daniel. "Comics as Folklore." The Folkloresque. Reframing Folklore in a Popular Culture World. Eds. Michael Dylan Foster and Jeffrey A. Tolbert. Boulder, Colorado: Utah State University Press, 2016. 104–20.   
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Richardson, Amy. "The Devil is a Myth: The dynamic uses of the folkloresque within hellboy and fables." Master of Arts Thesis. Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2019.   
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Stoll, Jeremy. "Follow the River of Stories: Comics, folk culture, and social justice in delhi." PhD Diss. Indiana University, 2012.   
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Van den Broeck, Ruben. "Parody and the Popular Cultural Memory in Hellboy: The narrative and mnemonic function of parodied folklore and canonical literature in mike mignola’s comics." Master of Arts Diss. Universiteit Gent, 2018.   
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Verstappen, Nicolas. "Prayoon Chanyawongse’s Cartoon Likay: Amalgamating likay theatrical form and comics into a unique thai genre." The Comics Grid 8. 9 2018. Accessed 20 Aug. 2018. <>.   
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de Vos, Gail. "Storytelling and Folktales: A graphic exploration." The Influence of Imagination. Essays on Science Fiction and Fantasy as Agents of Social Change. Eds. Lee Easton and Randy Schroeder. Jefferson: McFarland, 2008. 92–98.   
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