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Adkinson, Cary D. "The Amazing Spider-Man and the Evolution of the Comics Code: A Case Study in Cultural Criminology." Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 15.3 2008. Accessed 16 Jul. 2022. <https://jcjpc.org/s/1-Adkinson-2008-ldr7.pdf>.   
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Bainbridge, Jason. "“This is the Authority. This Planet is Under Our Protection”: An Exegesis of Superheroes’ Interrogations of Law." Law, Culture and the Humanities 3.(2007): 455–76.   
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Bainbridge, Jason. "Seduction of the Serial Killer: Representing Justice with Lecter, Dexter and the Death Note." The Australian Journal of Crime Fiction 1.2 2015. Accessed 8 Jan. 2016. <http://www.australiancr ... on-of-the-serial-killer>.   
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Bainbridge, Jason. "“The Call to do Justice”: Superheroes, Sovereigns and the State During Wartime." International Journal for the Semiotics of Law – Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique 28.(2015): 745–63.   
Added by: joachim 3/23/17, 7:34 PM
Clevenger, Shelly and Brittany L. Acquaviva. "Hulk Smash! Violence in The Incredible Hulk Comics." Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 20.1 2020. Accessed 16 Jul. 2022. <https://static1.squares ... k+Smash+Final+Proof.pdf>.   
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Farrant, Finola. Crime, Prisons and Viscous Culture: Adventures in Criminalized Identities. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.   
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Fennell, Jack. "The Aesthetics of Supervillainy." Law Text Culture 16.(2012): 305–28.   
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Giddens, Thomas, ed. Graphic Justice: Intersections of Comics and Law. London, New York: Routledge, 2015.   
Added by: joachim 9/2/16, 10:40 AM
Giddens, Thomas. "Natural Law and Vengeance: Jurisprudence on the Streets of Gotham." International Journal for the Semiotics of Law – Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique 28.(2015): 765–85.   
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Giddens, Thomas. "Crime, Justice, and Anglo-American Comics." Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice 2017. Accessed 27 Jun. 2020. <https://oxfordre.com/cr ... fore-9780190264079-e-50>.   
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Greenfield, Steve and Guy Osborn. "Film, law and the delivery of justice: The case of Judge Dredd and the disappearing courtroom." Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 6.2 1999. Accessed 17 Jul. 2022. <https://jcjpc.org/s/1-Greenfield-1999.docx>.   
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Henson, Billy and Bradford W. Reyns. "Victimology and Crime Prevention in Comic Books." Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention. Eds. Bonnie S. Fisher and Steven P. Lab. Vol. 2. Thousand Oaks [etc.]: Sage, 2010. 1003–04.   
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Kocian, Eric J. "The Dark Knight of Deterrence." Theories of Crime Through Popular Culture. Ed. Sarah E. Daly. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 7–16.   
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Kort-Butler, Lisa A. "Justice League? Depictions of Justice in Children’s Superhero Cartoons." Criminal Justice Review 38.(2013): 50–69.   
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Levin, Bob. Most Outrageous: The Trials and Trespasses of Dwaine Tinsley and Chester the Molester. Seattle: Fantagraphics, 2008.   
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Lockhart, Aidan A. "Capes, Cowls, and the Fragments of Ideology: Toward a Framework for Revealing Retributive Ideology in Film." Journal of Popular Culture 51.(2018): 215–35.   
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Lovell, Jarret. "Nostalgia, Comic Book, & the “War Against Crime!”: An Inquiry Into the Resurgence of Popular Justice." Journal of Popular Culture 36.(2002): 335–51.   
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Mert, Ceren. "Global Cities and Organized Crime: The Shifting Urban Landscape of Gotham." Journal of Popular Culture 52.(2019): 153–68.   
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Nicholson, Judith A. "Calling Dick Tracy! or, Cellphone Use, Progress, and a Racial Paradigm." Canadian Journal of Communication 33.(2008): 379–404.   
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Nyberg, Amy Kiste. "Comic Books and Juvenile Delinquency: A Historical Perspective." Popular Culture, Crime, and Justice. Eds. Frankie Y. Bailey and Donna C. Hale. Belmont: Wadsworth Publ. 1997. 61–70.   
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Packard, Stephan. "Comics and the Myopic Gaze: Punishing Unexpected and Effective Texts." Medienobservationen 2004. Accessed 20 Aug. 2009. <http://www.medienobserv ... ackard_myopie_engl.html>.   
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Packard, Stephan. "Comics und der myopische Blick: Strafen für unerwartete und wirkungsvolle Texte." Medienobservationen 2004. Accessed 20 Aug. 2009. <http://www.medienobserv ... ics/packard_myopie.html>.   
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Petty, James. "Violent lives, ending violently? Justice, ideology and spectatorship in Watchmen." Graphic Justice. Intersections of Comics and Law. Ed. Thomas Giddens. London, New York: Routledge, 2015. 147–63.   
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Phillips, Nickie D. "The Dark Knight: Constructing Images of Good vs. Evil in an Age of Anxiety." Popular Culture, Crime and Social Control. Ed. Mathieu Deflem. Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance. Bingley: Emerald, 2010. 25–44.   
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Phillips, Nickie D. and Staci Strobl. "Cultural criminology and kryptonite: Apocalyptic and retributive constructions of crime and justice in comic books." Crime, Media, Culture 2.(2006): 304–31.   
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Phillips, Nickie D. and Staci Strobl. Comic Book Crime: Truth, Justice, and the American Way. Alternative Criminology. New York, London: New York Univ. Press, 2013.   
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Reed, Shon M. and Breanna Boppre. "“Could You Introduce Me as Joker?”: An Application of Labeling Theory to Explain the Creation of the Clown Prince of Crime." Theories of Crime Through Popular Culture. Ed. Sarah E. Daly. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. 173–83.   
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Sharp, Cassandra. "‘Riddle me this …?’: Would the world need superheroes if the law could actually deliver ‘justice’?." Law Text Culture 16.(2012): 353–78.   
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Stein, Daniel. "Conflicting Counternarratives of Crime and Justice in US Superhero Comics." Conflicting Narratives of Crime and Punishment. Eds. Martina Althoff, Bernd Dollinger and Holger Schmidt. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. 139–60.   
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Stoddart, Mark C. J. "“They say it’ll kill me … but they won’t say when!” Drug Narratives in Comic Books." Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 13.2 2006. Accessed 16 Jul. 2022. <https://jcjpc.org/s/1-Stoddart-2006.pdf>.   
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Thomas, Gesa. Helden rauchen nicht!? Darstellung, Rezeptionsannahmen und Zensur von Drogen im Comic am Beispiel der Comicserie Lucky Luke. Studien zur qualitativen Drogenforschung und akzeptierenden Drogenarbeit. Berlin: VWB, 2006.   
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Vollum, Scott and Cary D. Adkinson. "The Portrayal of Crime and Justice in the Comic Book Superhero Mythos." Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 10.2 2003. Accessed 16 Jul. 2022. <https://jcjpc.org/s/1-Vollum-2003-xamy.pdf>.   
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Williams, Jeff. "Comics: A tool of subversion?." Interrogating Popular Culture. Deviance, Justice And Social Order. Eds. Sean E. Anderson and Gregory J. Howard. Albany: Harrow and Heston, 1998. 97–115.   
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