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Berger, Arthur Asa. "Marvel Language: The comic book and reality." ETC. A Review of General Semantics 29.(1972): 169–80.  
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D’Amore, Laura Mattoon. "Invisible Girl’s Quest for Visibility: Early second wave feminism and the comic book superheroine." Americana 7.2 2008. Accessed 21 Nov. 2016. <http://www.americanpopu ... l_2008/d'amore.htm>.  
Added by: joachim 11/21/16, 10:41 AM
D’Amore, Laura Mattoon. "The Accidental Supermom: Superheroines and maternal performativity, 1963–1980." Journal of Popular Culture 45.(2012): 1226–48.  
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Dokou, Christina. "Fantastic 4-Body-ings: Ideal grotesqueness in the comic-book culture." The Future of Flesh. A Cultural Survey of the Body. Eds. Zoe Detsi-Diamanti, Katerina Kitsi-Mitakou and Effie Yiannopoulou. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 133–54.  
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Gavaler, Chris and Nathaniel Goldberg. "Dr. Doom’s philosophy of time." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8.(2017): 321–40.  
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Gómez Martín, María and Misael Arturo López Zapico. La mujer invisible: Una aproximación a la marginación de la mujer a través del estudio de los comics americanos de 1960. III Congreso de Historia Social; Las figuras del desorden: heterodoxos, proscritos y marginados: Ciudad Real, 2005.  
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Herd, Damon. "The palimpsestuousness of adaptation in James Sturm and Guy Davis’ Unstable Molecules: The True Story of Comics’ Greatest Foursome." Studies in Comics 4.(2013): 89–102.  
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Hibbett, Mark. "In Search of Doom: Tracking a wandering character through data." IMAGE 29.1 2019. Accessed 16 Oct. 2021. <http://www.gib.uni-tueb ... cle&showArticle=520>.  
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Jozwiak, Alan. "Template for Tomorrow: the fantastic four lee/kirby partnership that birthed the marvel age of comics and, ultimately, the marvel universe." Popular Culture Studies Journal 4.(2016): 301–39.  
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Labarre, Nicolas. "Comics Genres: Cracking the codes." The Cambridge Companion to Comics. Ed. Maaheen Ahmed. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2023. 166–84.  
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Lewis, A. David. American Comics, Literary Theory, and Religion The superhero afterlife. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.  
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Lund, Martin. "‘Introducing the Sensational Black Panther!’ fantastic four #52–53, the cold war, and marvel’s imagined africa." The Comics Grid 6.7 2016. Accessed 14 Jun. 2016. <>.  
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Mbembe, Achille. "The ‘Thing’ & its Double in Cameroonian Cartoons." Readings in African Popular Culture. Ed. Karin Barber. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1997. 151–63.  
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McClelland, Jeff. "From Jimmy Durante to Michael Chiklis: The thing comes full circle." The Amazing Transforming Superhero! Essays on the Revision of Characters in Comic Books, Film and Television. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2007. 70–84.  
Added by: joachim 11/26/09, 4:10 AM
Rueber, Micah. "The Man in the Gray Metal Suit: Dr. doom, the fantastic four, and the costs of conformity." Comics as History, Comics as Literature. Roles of the Comic Book in Scholarship, Society, and Entertainment. Ed. Annessa Ann Babic. Madison [etc.]: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Press, 2014. 157–70.  
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Ryall, Chris and Scott Tipton. "The Fantastic Four as a Family: The strongest bond of all." Superheroes and Philosophy. Truth, Justice, and the Socratic Way. Eds. Tom Morris and Matt Morris. Popular Culture and Philosophy. Chicago: Open Court, 2005. 118–29.  
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Smith, Andrew Alan. "Jack Kirby: The not-so-secret identity of the thing." Working-Class Comic Book Heroes. Class Conflict and Populist Politics in Comics. Ed. Marc DiPaolo. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 191–205.  
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Weinstein, Simcha. Up, Up, and Oy Vey! How jewish history, culture, and values shaped the comic book superhero. Baltimore: Leviathan Press, 2006.  
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Yockey, Matt. "This Island Manhattan: New york city and the space race in the fantastic four." Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies (2005): 58–79.  
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York, Rafiel. "The Fantastic Four: A Mirror of Cold War America." Comic Books and the Cold War, 1946–1962. Essays on Graphic Treatment of Communism, the Code and Social Concerns. Eds. Chris York and Rafiel York. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 204–15.  
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