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Alkazemi, Mariam F. "Kuwaiti political cartoons during the Arab Spring: Agenda setting and self-censorship." Journalism (2014).   
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Bentahar, Ziad. "Tintin in the Arab World and Arabic in the World of Tintin." Alternative Francophone 1. 5 2012. Accessed 1Jan. 2018. <https://journals.librar ... p/af/article/view/12250>.   
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Deeb, Mary-Jane. "The 99: Superhero comic books from the arab world." Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 32. (2012): 391–407.   
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Di Ricco, Massimo. "Drawing for a New Public: Middle eastern 9th art and the emergence of a transnational graphic movement." Postcolonial Comics. Texts, Events, Identities. Eds. Binita Mehta and Pia Mukherji. London: Routledge, 2015. 187–203.   
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Diamond, Matthew. "No Laughing Matter: Post-september 11 political cartoons in arab/muslim newspapers." Political Communication 19. (2002): 251–72.   
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Douglas, Allen and Fedwa Malti-Douglas. Arab Comic Strips: Politics of an emerging mass culture. Arab & Islamic Studies. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1994.   
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Dubbati, Barkuzar. "The Woman in Hijab as a Freak: Super(muslim)woman in deena mohamed’s webcomic qahera." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8. (2017): 433–49.   
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Edwin, Shirin. "Islam’s Trojan horse: Battling perceptions of muslim women in the 99." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 3. (2012): 171–99.   
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Enderwitz, Susanne. "“The 99”: Islamic superheroes – a new species?." Transcultural Turbulences. Towards a Multi-Sited Reading of Image Flows. Eds. Christiane Brosius and Roland Wenzlhuemer. Transcultural Research. New York: Springer, 2011. 83–95.   
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Endres, Christian. "Helden für alle: Die superheldenserie the 99 als brückenschlag zwischen westlicher und muslimischer kultur." Das Science Fiction Jahr 8. (2011): 749–54.   
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Freedman, Leonard. The Offensive Art: Political satire and its censorship around the world from beerbohm to borat. Westport: Greenwood, 2009.   
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Hartmann, Regina. "Betrachtungen zur arabischen Version von ASTERIX: Ein übersetzungsvergleich." Linguistische Berichte 81. (1982): 1–31.   
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Høigilt, Jacob. Comics in Contemporary Arab Culture: Politics, language and resistance. Library of Modern Middle East Studies. London, New York: I. B. Tauris, 2018.   
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Jbara, Abdelghani and John A. Lent. "Using Comics in Development in the Arab World: Prospects and Impediments." International Journal of Comic Art 9. (2007): 226–42.   
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Køhlert, Frederik Byrn. Serial Selves: Identity and representation in autobiographical comics. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2019.   
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Malti-Douglas, Fedwa. "Children's Books and Cartoons." The Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World. Ed. John L. Esposito. Vol. 1. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1995. 98–103.   
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Meier, Stefan. "“Truth, Justice, and the Islamic Way”: Conceiving the cosmopolitan muslim superhero in the 99." Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives. Comics at the Crossroads. Eds. Shane Denson, Christina Meyer and Daniel Stein. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. 181–94.   
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Mitchell, Adrielle. "Distributed identity: Networking image fragments in graphic memoirs." Studies in Comics 1. (2010): 257–79.   
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Rifas, Leonard. "The Image of Arabs in US Comic Books." Itchy Planet (1988).   
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Santo, Avi. "“Is It a Camel? Is It a Turban? No, It’s The 99”: Branding islamic superheroes as authentic global cultural commodities." Television & New Media 15. (2014): 679–95.   
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Shaheen, Jack G. "Arab Images in American Comic Books." Journal of Popular Culture 28. (1994): 123–33.   
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Strömberg, Fredrik. "“Yo, rag-head!”: Arab and muslim superheroes in american comic books after 9/11." Amerikastudien 56. (2011): 573–602.   
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Ulmer, Jesse and Patty Paine. "Orality to Image: Traditional qatari narratives and visual media." International Journal of the Book 8. (2011): 71–76.   
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Zitawi, Jehan Ibrahim. "The Translation of Disney Comics in the Arab World: A pragmatic perspective." Thesis PhD. University of Manchester, 2004.   
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Zitawi, Jehan Ibrahim. "Contextualizing Disney Comics within the Arab Cultur." Meta 53. (2008): 139–53.   
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Zitawi, Jehan Ibrahim. "Disney comics in the Arab Culture(s): A pragmatic perspective." Comics in Translation. Ed. Federico Zanettin. Manchester: St. Jerome, 2008.   
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