Benatti, Francesca: "Superhero comics and the digital communications circuit. A case study of Strong Female Protagonist." In: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 10.3 (2019), S. 306–319.
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Keywords: "Strong Female Protagonist", Communications, Digitalization, Distribution, Mulligan. Brannon Lee, Ostertag. Molly, Production, Superhero, Webcomics
Collection: Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics
This article examines the ongoing superhero webcomic Strong Female Protagonist (2012–present) by Brannon Lee Mulligan and Molly Ostertag and employs it as a case study to analyse the new communications circuit created by the digital production and delivery of comics. It adopts a perspective drawn from Book History to frame the communication model of print comics and to evaluate how webcomics such as Strong Female Protagonist redefine the role of readers, authors and publishers.
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