Wolf-Meyer, Matthew: "The World Ozymandias Made. Utopias in the Superhero Comic, Subculture, and the Conservation of Difference." In: Journal of Popular Culture 36.3 (2003), S. 497–517.
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Keywords: "Watchmen", Gibbons. Dave, Moore. Alan, Superhero, United Kingdom, Utopia
Collection: Journal of Popular Culture
Revolution is the triumph of freedom; its organization is based on spontaneity, not on the dictates of a “hero” who imposes himself through violence. It is a continuous and systematic elevation of a people, following the lines of a hierarchy, and creating for itself one by one the organs that the new social life demands.
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