Rapatzikou, Tatiana: "Visualizations of Cyber-Gothic Bodies in William Gibson’s Trilogy and the Art of the Graphic Novel." In: Foundation 83 (2001), S. 73–86.
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Keywords: "Batman", "Iron Man", Adaptation, Cyberpunk, Digitalization, Gibson. William, Literature, USA
In the following essay, Rapatzikou examines William Gibson’s representation of human identity in his trilogy of science fiction novels—Neuromancer, Count Zero, Mona Lisa Overdrive—and how Gibson’s themes are both linked to and informed by the portrayal of the “inhuman” in comic books, particularly in the computer-generated graphic novels, Iron Man: Crash, by Mike Saenz and Batman: Digital Justice, by Pepe Moreno.
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