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Camus, Cyril. "Forêts symboliques de la bande dessinée fantastique américaine contemporaine." Otrante (2010).  
Added by: joachim 10/12/21, 1:02 PM
Camus, Cyril. "Neil Gaiman: A portrait of the artist as a disciple of alan moore." Studies in Comics 2.(2011): 147–57.  
Last edited by: joachim 12/3/12, 7:52 PM
Cantrell, Sarah. "Feminist Subjectivity in Neil Gaiman’s Black Orchid." Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman. Essays on the Comics, Poetry and Prose. Eds. Tara Prescott and Aaron Drucker. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 102–15.  
Added by: joachim 8/8/13, 5:20 PM
Christopher, Brandon. "“I will not / be haunted / by myself!” Originality, derivation, and the hauntology of the superhero comic." Seriality and Texts for Young People. The Compulsion to Repeat. Eds. Mavis Reimer, et al.. Critical Approaches to Children’s Literature. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 166–87.  
Added by: joachim 9/16/20, 8:30 PM
Hancock, Mary. "Black Orchid Reborn: Neil gaiman’s feminist superhero." Language Arts Journal of Michigan 29.1 2013. Accessed 17 January. 2021. <https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/lajm/vol29/iss1/10/>.  
Added by: joachim 1/17/21, 4:59 PM
Martin, Rachel R. "Speaking the Cacophony of Angels: Gaiman’s women and the fracturing of phallocentric discourse." Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman. Essays on the Comics, Poetry and Prose. Eds. Tara Prescott and Aaron Drucker. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 11–31.  
Added by: joachim 8/8/13, 10:31 AM
Round, Julia. "“Can I call you Mommy?” Myths of the feminine and superheroic in neil gaiman and dave mckean’s black orchid." Debating the Difference. Gender, Representation and Self-Representation. Ed. Rachel Jones. Dundee: Duncan of Jordanstone College, University of Dundee, 2010.  
Added by: joachim 4/11/12, 9:59 AM
Sheppeard, Sallye. "Entering the Green: Imaginal space in black orchid." The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero. Ed. Angela Ndalianis. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. London, New York: Routledge, 2009. 205–15.  
Last edited by: joachim 8/4/10, 2:40 PM
Tembo, Kwasu. "Sons of Lilith: The portrayal and characterization of women in the apocryphal comics of neil gaiman, alan moore, and grant morrison." Corpus Mundi 1.2 2020. Accessed 17 January. 2021. <https://corpusmundi.com ... php/cmj/article/view/14>.  
Last edited by: joachim 1/17/21, 4:37 PM
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