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Al-wazedi, Umme. "I Am the Maker of My Image: Marvel’s no normal and the comic book muslim woman." South Asian Review 39. (2018): 239–51.   
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Baldanzi, Jessica and Hussein Rashid, eds. Ms. Marvel’s America: No normal. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2020.   
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Borg Andreassen, Anja. "Yes, We Khan—Diversity and De-Monsterization of Muslim Identities in Ms. Marvel (2014–)." Nordlit (2019): 67–82.   
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Cook, Mike P. and Ryle Frey. "Using Superheroes to Visually and Critically Analyze Comics, Stereotypes, and Society." SANE journal 2. 2 2017. Accessed 23Apr. 2017. <http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/sane/vol2/iss2/1/>.   
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Flegel, Monica and Judith Leggatt. Superhero Culture Wars: Politics, marketing, and social justice in marvel comics. Bloomsbury Comics Studies. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.   
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Gibbons, Sarah. "‘I don’t exactly have quiet, pretty powers’: Flexibility and alterity in ms. marvel." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8. (2017): 450–63.   
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Gibson, Mel. "“Yeah, I Think There Is Still Hope”: Youth, ethnicity, faith, feminism, and fandom in ms. marvel." Gender and the Superhero Narrative. Eds. Michael Goodrum, Tara Prescott and Philip Smith. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 23–44.   
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Gittinger, Juli L. "Hijabi Cosplay: Performances of culture, religion, and fandom." Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 30. (2018): 87–105.   
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Kent, Miriam. "Unveiling Marvels: ms. marvel and the reception of the new muslim superheroine." Feminist Media Studies 15. (2015): 522–27.   
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Landis, Winona. "Diasporic (dis)identification: The participatory fandom of ms. marvel." South Asian Popular Culture 14. (2016): 33–47.   
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Landis, Winona. "Ms Marvel, Qahera, and superheroism in the Muslim diaspora." Continuum 33. (2019): 185–200.   
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Lioi, Anthony. Nerd Ecology: Defending the earth with unpopular culture. Environmental Cultures. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.   
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Modarres, Andrea. "‘Aamir’s just a dork’: ms. marvel’s re-vision of islam in america." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2021): 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." Comic Connections. Reflecting on Women in Popular Culture. Ed. Sandra Eckard. Comic Connections. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018. 107–20.   
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Smit, Johannes A. and Denzil Chetty. "Debunking Marvel Comics’ First Pakistani-American Born Muslim Female Superhero: Reading religion, race and gender in ms. marvel (kamala khan)." The African Journal of Gender and Religion 24. 2 2018. Accessed 12Jul. 2020. <https://www.academia.ed ... Ms._Marvel_Kamala_Khan_>.   
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