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Bonn Online Bibliography of Comics Research

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Objective: The Bonn Online Bibliography of Comics Research is an international bibliographic database for scholarly literature about comics, graphic novels, manga and related fields. Not included so far (with a few exceptions) are articles from fan magazines, newspapers and blogs.

Usage: A click on the title shows more details of the individual references. Selected titles (ONLY the titles, of course not the texts themselves!) can be downloaded in various export formats (RTF, RIS, BibTeX, XML, …) for further use in your own documents or bibliographic software using the basket. Various standard bibliographic formats (MLA, APA etc.) can be selected in the preferences. Registered users can enter new references of their own, add private or public comments and excerpts to the entries, and create individual bibliographies. Authors can provide their texts for download as PDFs. Indications of errors or missing titles and supplementary information, especially in form of abstracts and short critical reviews, are always welcome!

Project manager: Dr. Joachim Trinkwitz, Dept. of German, Comparative Literature, and Cultural Studies, University of Bonn, Germany

 

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Recent additions or edits (WIKINDX Master Bibliography)

Baetens, Jan und Hugo Frey: "Continued Comics. The New ‘Blake and Mortimer’ as an Example of Continuation in European Series." In: The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Narrative Theories. Hrsg. v. Zara Dinnen und Robyn Warhol. (Edinburgh Companions to Literature and the Humanities.) Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018, S. 215–226.
Added by: joachim 2022-08-19 12:43
Vials, Christopher: "Empire after Liberalism. The Transatlantic Right and Identitarian War." In: Journal of American Studies 56.1 (2022), S. 87–112.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 10:26
Turley, David: "David Low and America, 1936–1950." In: Journal of American Studies 21.2 (1987), S. 183–205.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 10:14
Stein, Daniel: "Lessons in Graphic Nonfiction. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell’s March Trilogy and Civil Rights Pedagogy." In: Journal of American Studies 55.3 (2021), S. 620–656.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 10:01
Loman, Andrew: "“Well Intended Liberal Slop”. Allegories of Race in Spiegelman’s Maus." In: Journal of American Studies 40.3 (2006), S. 551–571.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 09:43
Saunders, Nathan: "Conservative Chick? Conservative Culture Warriors at War." In: Journal of American Studies 52.3 (2018), S. 738–765.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 09:37
Arams, Nathan: "From Madness to Dysentery. Mad’s Other New York Intellectuals." In: Journal of American Studies 37.3 (2003), S. 435–451.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 09:31
Talon, Durwin: "I want to simplify my style down to tell a better story. Mike Mignola." In: Panel Discussions. Design In Sequential Art Storytelling. Raleigh: TwoMorrows, 2003, S. 70–80.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 09:26
Bruno, Tim: "Nat Turner after 9/11. Kyle Baker’s Nat Turner." In: Journal of American Studies 50.4 (2016), S. 923–951.
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-19 09:24
Talon, Durwin: Panel Discussions. Design In Sequential Art Storytelling. Raleigh: TwoMorrows, 2003. (205 S.)
Last edited by: joachim 2022-08-17 09:43
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