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Al-wazedi, Umme: "I Am the Maker of My Image. Marvel’s No Normal and the Comic Book Muslim Woman." In: South Asian Review 39.1–2 (2018), S. 239–251.  
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Baldanzi, Jessica und Hussein Rashid (Hgg.): Ms. Marvel’s America. No Normal. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2020. (262 S.)  
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Borg Andreassen, Anja: "Yes, We Khan—Diversity and De-Monsterization of Muslim Identities in Ms. Marvel (2014–)." In: Nordlit 42 (2019), S. 67–82.  
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Cook, Mike P. und Ryle Frey: "Using Superheroes to Visually and Critically Analyze Comics, Stereotypes, and Society." In: SANE journal 2.2 (2017), (23. Apr. 2017)  
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Flegel, Monica und Judith Leggatt: Superhero Culture Wars. Politics, Marketing, and Social Justice in Marvel Comics. (Bloomsbury Comics Studies.) New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. (200 S.)  
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Gibbons, Sarah: "‘I don’t exactly have quiet, pretty powers’. Flexibility and alterity in Ms. Marvel." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8.5 (2017), S. 450–463.  
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Gibson, Mel: "“Yeah, I Think There Is Still Hope”. Youth, Ethnicity, Faith, Feminism, and Fandom in Ms. Marvel." In: Gender and the Superhero Narrative. Hrsg. v. Michael Goodrum, Tara Prescott und Philip Smith. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018, S. 23–44.  
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Kent, Miriam: "Unveiling Marvels. Ms. Marvel and the Reception of the New Muslim Superheroine." In: Feminist Media Studies 15.3 (2015), S. 522–527.  
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Landis, Winona: "Diasporic (dis)identification. The participatory fandom of Ms. Marvel." In: South Asian Popular Culture 14.1–2 (2016), S. 33–47.  
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---: "Ms Marvel, Qahera, and superheroism in the Muslim diaspora." In: Continuum 33.2 (2019), S. 185–200.  
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Modarres, Andrea: "‘Aamir’s just a dork’. Ms. Marvel’s re-vision of Islam in America." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021), S. 1–14.  
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Robbins, Margaret A. "A Hero’s Journey for Diverse Women in Comics. Teaching Critical Visual Literacy Skills through Serenity and Parallel Texts Ms. Marvel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Gotham." In: Comic Connections. Reflecting on Women in Popular Culture. Hrsg. v. Sandra Eckard. (Comic Connections.) Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018, S. 107–120.  
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Smit, Johannes A. und Denzil Chetty: "Debunking Marvel Comics’ First Pakistani-American Born Muslim Female Superhero. Reading Religion, Race and Gender in Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan)." In: The African Journal of Gender and Religion 24.2 (2018), (12. Juli 2020)  
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