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[anon.]. "Racism in Children’s Books: Tintin in the Congo." Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (2007): 14.   
Added by: joachim 2/11/18, 11:35 AM
Agosta-Ives, Valérie. "Salomon Assus (1850–1919): Humoristic postcards as a powerful visual medium transcending ethnic and gender issues in early 1900s’ french algeria." International Journal of Comic Art 11. (2009): 113–34.   
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Ahmed, Michael. "Captain America, Watergate, and the Falcon: Rediscovering the american dream?." Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media 5 2013. Accessed 2 Jul. 2016. <https://intensitiescult ... dream-michael-ahmed.pdf>.   
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Aiello, Thomas, ed. The Artistic Activism of Elombe Brath. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2021.   
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Al-wazedi, Umme. "I Am the Maker of My Image: Marvel’s no normal and the comic book muslim woman." South Asian Review 39. (2018): 239–51.   
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Aldama, Frederick Luis. Your Brain on Latino Comics: From gus arriola to los bros hernandez. Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Culture. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2009.   
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Aldama, Frederick Luis, ed. Multicultural Comics: From zap to blue beetle. Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Culture. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2010.   
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Aldama, Frederick Luis. Latinx Superheroes in Mainstream Comics. Latinx Pop Culture. Tucson: Univ. of Arizona Press, 2017.   
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Aldama, Frederick Luis, ed. Graphic Indigeneity: Comics in the americas and australasia. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2020.   
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Aldama, Frederick Luis. "Multicultural Comics Today: A brief introduction." Multicultural Comics. From Zap to Blue Beetle. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2010. 1–25.   
Added by: joachim 12/12/12, 3:26 PM
Aldama, Frederick Luis. "US Creators of Color and the Postunderground Graphic Narrative Renaissance." The Cambridge History of the Graphic Novel. Eds. Jan Baetens, Hugo Frey and Stephen E. Tabachnick. The Cambridge Companions to Philosophy, Religion and Culture. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2018. 303–19.   
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Aldous, Steve. The World of Shaft: A complete guide to the novels, comic strip, films and television series. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2015.   
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Allen, Chadwick. "Tonto on Vacation, or How to Be an Indian Lawyer." Canadian Review of American Studies 39. (2009): 139–61.   
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Allen, Marlene D. "If You Can See It, You Can Be It: black panther’s black woman magic." Africology 11. 9 2018. Accessed 5 Sep. 2019. <http://www.jpanafrican. ... 1.9-special-3-Allen.pdf>.   
Added by: joachim 9/5/19, 1:33 PM
de Almeida, Moana Luri. "The Evil Woodcutter and the Amazon Jungle: What comics have taught me about the environment." Popular Culture Studies Journal 3. (2015): 386–414.   
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Aman, Robert. "The Phantom Fights Apartheid: New left ideology, solidarity movements and the politics of race." Inks 2. (2018): 288–311.   
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Amana, Harry. "The Art of Propaganda: Charles alstons world war ii editorial cartoons for the office of war information and the black press." American Journalism 21. (2004): 79–111.   
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Amiran, Eyal. "George Herriman’s Black Sentence: The legibility of race in krazy kat." Mosaic 33. (2000): 57–79.   
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Anderson, Reynaldo. "Critical Afrofuturism: A case study in visual rhetoric, sequential art, and post-apocalyptic black identity." The Blacker the Ink. Constructions of Black Identity in Comics and Sequential Art. Eds. Frances Gateward and John Jennings. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2015. 171–92.   
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Andersson, Lars M. En jude är en jude är en jude …: Representationen av »juden« i svensk skämtpress omkring 1900–1930. Lund: Nordic Academic Pr. 2000.   
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Anwer, Megha. "Beyond the photograph: A graphic history of lynching." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 5. (2014): 15–28.   
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Asante, Godfried A. and Gloria Nziba Pindi. "(Re)imagining African futures: Wakanda and the politics of transnational blackness." Review of Communication 20. (2020): 220–28.   
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Aucoin, Julianna. "The Superhero Diversity Problem." Harvard Political Review 2014. Accessed 28 Mar. 2017. <http://harvardpolitics. ... hero-diversity-problem/>.   
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Aurylaite, Kristina. "Spatial Politics and a Native American Reservation: Reading red power: a graphic novel with author brian wright-mcleod." European Journal of American Studies 10. 2 2015. Accessed 15 Aug. 2015. <http://ejas.revues.org/10863>.   
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Baker, Bennie W. "The Death of Wakanda: The impact of chattel slavery on the advancement of the descendants of the african enslaved." Africology 11. 9 2018. Accessed 9 Jun. 2022. <http://www.jpanafrican. ... .9-special-11-Baker.pdf>.   
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Baldanzi, Jessica and Hussein Rashid, eds. Ms. Marvel’s America: No normal. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2020.   
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Barbour, Chad A. "When Captain America Was an Indian: Heroic masculinity, national identity, and appropriation." Journal of Popular Culture 48. (2015): 269–84.   
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Barbour, Chad A. From Daniel Boone to Captain America: Playing indian in american popular culture. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2016.   
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Barnard, Rita. "Bitterkomix: Notes from the post-apartheid underground." South Atlantic Quarterly 103. (2004): 719–54.   
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Baron, Lawrence. "X-Men as J-Men: The jewish subtext of a comic book movie." Shofar 22. (2003): 44–52.   
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Beard, David and John Moffatt. "Pimitamon: Conceptualizing a new canadian north through the graphic narratives of jeff lemire." Nordlit 46 2020. Accessed 18 Dec. 2020. <https://septentrio.uit. ... rdlit/article/view/5540>.   
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Becker, Jörg. "Afrikanischer Medienkannibalismus: Karikaturen über medien." Communicatio Socialis 36. (2003): 366–75.   
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Behringer, Marco. "Geschichte des Antisemitismus im Comic: Didaktische kriterien zur prüfung der tauglichkeit von comics für den schuleinsatz." Rechtsextremismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus in Comics. Ed. Ralf Palandt. Berlin: Archiv der Jugendkulturen, 2011. 325–36.   
Added by: joachim 9/4/11, 11:58 PM
Benash, Richard W. "Black Panther and Blaxploitation: Intersections." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 38. (2021): 45–60.   
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Bennett, Tamryn. "Dancing with Demons: Consciousness and identity in the comics of lynda barry." Picturing Childhood. Youth in Transnational Comics. Eds. Mark Heimermann and Brittany Tullis. World Comics and Graphic Nonfiction. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2017. 218–33.   
Added by: joachim 1/9/20, 4:15 PM
Bennett, Juda and Cassandra Jackson. "Graphic Whiteness and the Lessons of Chris Ware’s Jimmy Corrigan." ImageTexT 5. 1 2010. Accessed 1 Feb. 2010. <http://www.english.ufl. ... s/v5_1/bennett-jackson/>.   
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Benson, Josef and Doug Singsen. Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes: Whiteness and its borderlands in american comics and graphic novels. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2022.   
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Berger, Arthur Asa. "Krazy Kat and Blackness." Making Sense of Media: Key Texts in Media and Cultural Studies. Hoboken: Wiley, 2004. 162–65.   
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Berlatsky, Eric and Sika Dagbovie-Mullins. "The Mixed-Race Child Within: Psychoanalyzing race, trauma, vermin, and spider-man." American Imago 77. (2020): 569–601.   
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Berndt, Jaqueline. "Skim as Girl: Reading a japanese north american graphic novel through manga lenses." Drawing New Color Lines. Transnational Asian American Graphic Narratives. Ed. Monica Chiu. Global Connections. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Univ. Press, 2015. 257–78.   
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Bladow, Kyle. "Framing Storytelling: Indigenous graphic narratives." Journal of Popular Culture 52. (2019): 35–52.   
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Blanc-Hoàng, Henri-Simon. "Colonialism, postcolonialism and science fiction comics in the Southern Cone." Studies in Comics 8. (2017): 29–49.   
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Boeckner, McKenna James, Monica Flegel, and Judith Leggatt. "“Not My Captain America” Racebending, reverse discrimination, and white panic in the marvel comics fandom." Fandom, Now in Color. A Collection of Voices. Ed. Rukmini Pande. Fandom and Culture. Iowa City: Univ. of Iowa Press, 2020. 181–95.   
Added by: joachim 12/17/21, 12:01 PM
Boisacq, Marie-Jeanne. "Le Congo de Tintin." Literator 16. 1 1995. Accessed 8 Jan. 2018. <http://www.literator.or ... erator/article/view/600>.   
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Borg Andreassen, Anja. "Yes, We Khan—Diversity and De-Monsterization of Muslim Identities in Ms. Marvel (2014–)." Nordlit (2019): 67–82.   
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Bottero, Alessandro. Il razzismo nei fumetti: Da all negro alle black panter, da martin luther king a luke cage. L’arte delle Nuvole. Roma: NPE, 2015.   
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Boutelier, Stefani. "Exploring Privilege with Young Adult Literature." Language Arts Journal of Michigan 35. 1 2019. Accessed 19 Jan. 2021. <https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/lajm/vol35/iss1/4/>.   
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Bowers, Richard. Superman versus the Ku Klux Klan: The true story of how the iconic superhero battled the men of hate. Washington: National Geographic Society, 2011.   
Added by: joachim 2/22/13, 3:59 PM
Brabant, Sarah and Linda A. Mooney. "The Social Construction of Family Life in the Sunday Comics: Race as a consideration." Journal of Comparative Family Studies 30. (1999): 113–33.   
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Breidenbach, Carla. "Pocho Politics: Language, identity, and discourse in lalo alcaraz’s la cucaracha." Linguistics and the Study of Comics. Ed. Frank Bramlett. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 210–38.   
Added by: joachim 6/2/12, 12:38 PM
Brienza, Casey E. "‘Manga Is Not Pizza’: The performance of ethno-racial authenticity and the politics of american anime and manga fandom in svetlana chmakova’s dramacon." Global Manga. “Japanese” Comics without Japan? Ed. Casey E. Brienza. 2nd ed. London, New York: Routledge, 2016. 95–113.   
Added by: joachim 7/30/17, 5:33 PM
Brown, Jeffrey A. "Comic Book Masculinity and the New Black Superhero." African American Review 33. (1999): 25–42.   
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Brown, Jeffrey A. Black Superheroes, Milestone Comics, and Their Fans. Studies in Popular Culture. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2000.   
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Brown, Jeffrey A. Beyond Bombshells: The new action heroine in popular culture. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2015.   
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Brunner, Edward. "“This Job is a Solid Killer”: Oliver harrington’s jive gray and the african american adventure strip." Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies 6. (2005): 36–57.   
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Brunner, Edward. "“Shuh! Ain’t Nothin’ To It”: The dynamics of success in jackie ormes’s torchy brown." Melus 32. (2007): 23–49.   
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Bruno, Tim. "Nat Turner after 9/11: Kyle baker’s nat turner." Journal of American Studies 50. (2016): 923–51.   
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Bryce, Mio, Jason Davis, and Christie Barber. "The Cultural Biographies and Social Lives of Manga: Lessons from the mangaverse." Scan. Journal of media arts culture 5. 2 2008. Accessed 1 Oct. 2009. <http://scan.net.au/scan ... play.php?journal_id=114>.   
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Bryson, Jae. "The Racial Politics of the Legion." Teenagers from the Future. Essays on the Legion of Super-Heroes. Ed. Timothy Callahan. Sequart Journal. Edwardsville: Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, 2008. 315–25.   
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Bucciferro, Claudia. "Representations of gender and race in Ryan Coogler’s film Black Panther: Disrupting hollywood tropes." Critical Studies in Media Communication 38. (2021): 169–82.   
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Budke, Alexandra, Veit Maier, and Frederik von Reumont. "Rassismus und Rassismuskritik in von Studierenden erstellten didaktischen Comics." Migration und Geographische Bildung. Eds. Alexandra Budke and Miriam Kuckuck. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2018. 123–39.   
Added by: joachim 2/19/22, 7:51 PM
Burke, Chesya. Hero Me Not: The containment of the most powerful black, female superhero. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2023.   
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Burroughs, Todd Steven. "The Spy King: How christopher priest’s version of the black panther shook up earth’s mightiest heroes." The Ages of the Avengers. Essays on the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson: McFarland, 2014. 103–19.   
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Byrne, Eleanor and Martin McQuillan. Deconstructing Disney. London: Pluto, 1999.   
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Callahan, David. "Rotting, Blistered, Staggering Bodies and the Last of Ethnicity." Body and Text. Cultural Transformations in New Media Environments. Eds. David Callahan and Anthony Barker. Second Language Learning and Teaching – Issues in Literature and Culture. Cham: Springer, 2019. 33–47.   
Added by: joachim 6/14/21, 2:21 PM
Callison, Camille and Candida Rifkind. "Introduction: “Indigenous Comics And Graphic Novels: An Annotated Bibliography”." Jeunesse 11. 1 2019. Accessed 16 Aug. 2019. <http://jeunessejournal. ... p/yptc/article/view/495>.   
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Canavan, Gerry. "“We Are the Walking Dead”: Race, time, and survival in zombie narrative." Extrapolation 51. (2010): 431–53.   
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Cannon, Sam. Narrating A Brazilian Deathscape in Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá’s Graphic Novel Daytripper. Comic Arts Conference: San Diego, 18—21 Jul, 2013.   
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Carlson, Mark. "“Hey! That Ain’t Funny!” (Part 3): Other educational comic books in the forties." The Nostalgia Zine 3. 1 2007. Accessed 6 Nov. 2011. <http://www.nostalgiazon ... _V3N1/thataintfunny.htm>.   
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Caron, Tim. "“Black and White and Read All Over”: Representing race in mat johnson and warren pleece’s incognegro: a graphic mystery." Comics and the U.S. South. Eds. Brannon Costello and Qiana J. Whitted. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2012. 138–60.   
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Carpenter, Stanford W. "Alex Simmons and the African-American Soldier of Fortune Known as Blackjack: A case study in independent comic book publishing." International Journal of Comic Art 4. (2002): 228–38.   
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Carpenter, Stanford W. "Black Lightning’s Story." Third Person. Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives. Eds. Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin. Cambridge, London: MIT Press, 2009. 275–86.   
Added by: joachim 7/1/11, 12:25 AM
Carpenter, Stanford W. "Truth Be Told: Authorship and the creation of the black captain america." Comics as Philosophy. Ed. Jeff McLaughlin. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2005. 46–62.   
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Carrington, André M. Speculative Blackness: The future of race in science fiction. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2016.   
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Carrington, André. "Desiring Blackness: A queer orientation to marvel’s black panther, 1998–2016." American Literature 90. (2018): 221–50.   
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Carrington, André. "Drawn into Dialogue: Comic book culture and the scene of controversy in milestone media’s icon." The Blacker the Ink. Constructions of Black Identity in Comics and Sequential Art. Eds. Frances Gateward and John Jennings. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2015. 153–70.   
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Castells i Talens, Antoni. "Cómic, cultura y política: Detrás de la máscara de tintín." La Palabra y el Hombre (2012): 45–51.   
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Catsam, Derek Charles. "If You’re (Concerned About) White You’re Alt-Right: Racialized conservative responses to black panther." Africology 11. 9 2018. Accessed 9 Jun. 2022. <http://www.jpanafrican. ... 9-special-10-Catsam.pdf>.   
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Cerri, Chiara. "Comics gegen Rechtsextremismus und Rassismus im DaF-Unterricht: Konzeptionelle überlegungen." Rechtsextremismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus in Comics. Ed. Ralf Palandt. Berlin: Archiv der Jugendkulturen, 2011. 337–52.   
Added by: joachim 9/5/11, 12:00 AM
Cha, Julian. "The Fiendish Plots of Dr. Fu Manchu in the Twenty-First Century: The yellow peril in christopher nolan’s dark knight trilogy." Americana 12. 1 2013. Accessed 21 Nov. 2016. <http://www.americanpopu ... les/spring_2013/cha.htm>.   
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Chambliss, Julian C. "War Machine: Blackness, power and identity in iron man." The Ages of Iron Man. Essays on the Armored Avenger in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. London, New York: McFarland, 2015. 148–63.   
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Chaney, Michael A. "Drawing on History in Recent African American Graphic Novels." Melus 32. (2007): 175–200.   
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Chaney, Michael A. "Animal Subjects of the Graphic Novel." College Literature 38. (2011): 129–49.   
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Chaney, Michael A. "Slave Memory Without Words in Kyle Baker’s Nat Turner." Callaloo 36. (2013): 279–97.   
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Chaney, Michael A. "Not Just a Theme: Transnationalism and form in visual narratives of us slavery." Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives. Comics at the Crossroads. Eds. Shane Denson, Christina Meyer and Daniel Stein. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. 15–31.   
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Chaney, Michael A. "Is There an African American Graphic Novel?." Teaching the Graphic Novel. Ed. Stephen E. Tabachnick. Options for Teaching. New York: The Modern Language Assoc. of America, 2009. 69–75.   
Added by: joachim 9/16/10, 2:18 PM
Chaney, Michael A. "Animal Subjects of the Graphic Novel." Drawing from Life. Memory and Subjectivity in Comic Art. Ed. Jane Tolmie. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2013. 44–66.   
Added by: joachim 7/28/14, 9:44 AM
Chang, Jeff. "Morrie Turner and the Kids: The story of the man responsible for bringing color to the black-and-white pages of the sunday comics." The Believer (2009).   
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Chanson, Philippe. Tintin au Congo, c’est quand même un peu gros! Une relecture critique de l’imagerie nègre en perspective créole. Cartigny: Tribune libre, 1995.   
Added by: joachim 1/8/18, 1:23 AM
Chavarria, Tony. "Indigenous Comics in the United States." World Literature Today 83. (2009): 47–49.   
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Chaykin, Howard. "On The Divided States of Hysteria #1." 2017. Accessed 7 Feb. 2018. <https://web.archive.org ... say-from-howard-chaykin>.   
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Chen, Lindsey N. "Ethnic Marked Names as a Reflection of United States Isolationist Attitudes in Uncle $crooge Comic Books." Names: A Journal of Onomastics 56. (2008): 19–22.   
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Cheng Chua, Karl Ian Uy. "Boy meets world: The worldview of shōnen kurabu in the 1930s." Japan Forum 28. (2016): 74–98.   
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Chireau, Yvonne. "Looking for Black Religions in 20th Century Comics, 1931–1993." Religions 10. 6 2019. Accessed 29 Jun. 2020. <https://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/10/6/400>.   
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Chun, Christian W. "Critical Literacies and Graphic Novels for English-Language Learners: Teaching maus." Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 53. (2009): 144–53.   
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Claverie, Ezra. "Ambiguous Mr. Fox: Black actors and interest convergence in the superhero film." Journal of American Culture 40. (2017): 155–68.   
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Claverie, Ezra. "Storm and the Angels of History: Blackness and star image in the x‐men films." Journal of American Culture 42. (2019): 55–69.   
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Claverie, Ezra. "Storm and the Angels of History: Blackness and star image in the x-men films." Journal of American Culture 42. (2019): 55–69.   
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Clayton, Aaron. "Evolution and Race on the Island of Caspak: How tarzan and t-rex decode manhood in the comic that time forgot." Global Perspectives on Tarzan. From King of the Jungle to International Icon. Eds. Annette Wannamaker and Michelle Abate. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. London, New York: Routledge, 2012. 180–97.   
Added by: joachim 5/19/13, 10:29 AM
Clementi, Federica K. "The JAP, the Yenta and the mame in Aline Kominsky Crumb’s graphic imagination." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 4. (2013): 309–31.   
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