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Bendis, Brian Michael. Words for Pictures: The art and business of writing comics and graphic novels. New York: Watson-Guptill, 2014.   
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Blank, Juliane. "Aktualisierung der Superheld*innen-Identität: marvel’s jessica jones aus der perspektive der adaptionsforschung." Folge um Folge. Multiple Perspektiven auf die Fernsehserie. Eds. Marco Agnetta and Markus Schleich. Hildesheim: Universitätsverl. Hildesheim, 2020. 129–45.   
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Breckenridge, Janis. "Sobriety Blows: Whiskey, trauma, and coping in netflix’ “jessica jones”." International Journal of Comic Art 20. (2018): 489–504.   
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Cormier, Jon. "When Things Fall Apart in Hell’s Kitchen: Postcolonialism in bendis’s daredevil." The Devil is in the Details. Examining Matt Murdock and Daredevil. Ed. Ryan K. Lindsay. Edwardsville: Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, 2013. 197–207.   
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Green, Stephanie. "Fantasy, gender and power in Jessica Jones." Continuum 33. (2019): 173–84.   
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Jenkins, Henry. "Best Contemporary Mainstream Superhero Comics Writer: Brian Michael Bendis." Beautiful Things in Popular Culture. Ed. Alan McKee. Hoboken: Wiley, 2006. 15–32.   
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Kaveney, Roz. Superheroes! Capes and crusaders in comics and film. London, New York: I. B. Tauris, 2008.   
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Krueger, Rex. "Abstraction, Trauma, and the Orphan in Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack's Daredevil: Wake Up." ImageTexT 4. 2 2008. Accessed 11 Nov. 2009. <http://www.english.ufl. ... /archives/v4_2/krueger/>.   
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Lickhardt, Maren. "Threatening gazes: Observation and objectification in the tv series marvel’s jessica jones." Journal of Popular Television 8. (2020): 105–19.   
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Nadkarni, Samira Shirish. "“I Was Never the Hero That You Wanted Me to Be”: Feminism and resistance to militarism in marvel’s jessica jones." Gender and the Superhero Narrative. Eds. Michael Goodrum, Tara Prescott and Philip Smith. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 74–100.   
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Peppard, Anna F. "“I just want to feel something different”: Re-writing abuse and drawing strength in brian michael bendis and michael gaydos’s alias." Feminist Media Histories 4. (2018): 157–78.   
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Rayborn, Tim and Abigail Keyes, eds. Jessica Jones, Scarred Superhero: Essays on gender, trauma and addiction in the netflix series. Jefferson: McFarland, 2018.   
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Trott, Verity. "“Let’s start with a smile”: Rape culture in marvel’s jessica jones." Superhero Bodies. Identity, Materiality, Transformation. Eds. Wendy Haslem, Elizabeth MacFarlane and Sarah Richardson. Routledge Advances in Comics Studies. London, New York: Routledge, 2019. 47–58.   
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Vint, Sherryl. "Adaptation and Seriality: Comic book to television series adaptations." Comics and Pop Culture. Adaptation from Panel to Frame. Eds. Barry Keith Grant and Scott A. Henderson. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2019. 151–65.   
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Wandtke, Terrence R. The Dark Night Returns: The contemporary resurgence of crime comics. Comics Studies Monograph. Rochester: RIT, 2015.   
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Wandtke, Terrence R. "The Working Class PI (AKA Jessica Jones): alias as a narrative of quiet desperation." Working-Class Comic Book Heroes. Class Conflict and Populist Politics in Comics. Ed. Marc DiPaolo. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 226–45.   
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Weida, Courtney Lee. "From the Hellmouth to Hell’s Kitchen: Analyzing aesthetics of women survivors and spaces in buffy the vampire slayer and jessica jones." Jessica Jones, Scarred Superhero. Essays on Gender, Trauma and Addiction in the Netflix Series. Eds. Tim Rayborn and Abigail Keyes. Jefferson: McFarland, 2018. 189–202.   
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