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Cook, Mike P. and Ryle Frey. "Using Superheroes to Visually and Critically Analyze Comics, Stereotypes, and Society." SANE journal 2. 2 2017. Accessed 23 Apr. 2017. <>.   
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Fuller, Linda K. "Singapore’s Mr. Kiasu, Kiasu Krossover, Kiasu Max, and Kiasu the Xtraman: Comics reflecting a nation’s personality and popular culture." Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning. Cute, Cheap, Mad, and Sexy. Ed. John A. Lent. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State Univ. Popular Press, 1999. 77–90.   
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Gilroy, Andréa. "Origin Stories: Narrative, identity, and the comics form." PhD Diss. University of Oregon, 2015.   
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Hochman, Leah. "The Ineffability of Form: Speaking and seeing the sacred in tina’s mouth and the rabbi’s cat." Comics and Sacred Texts. Reimagining Religion and Graphic Narratives. Eds. Assaf Gamzou and Ken Koltun-Fromm. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018. 43–55.   
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Holden, Philip. "“Is it manipulative? Sure. But that’s how you tell stories”: The graphic novel, metahistory and the artist in the art of charlie chan hock chye." Journal of Postcolonial Writing 52. (2016): 510–23.   
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Jungbluth, Eva. "After Alice: Wonderland’s autonomy in tommy kovac’s and sonny liew’s comic." ‘Tantalizing Alice’. Approaches, Concepts and Case-Studies in Adaptations of a Classic. Eds. Sissy Helff and Nadia Butt. ELCH - Studies in English Literary and Cultural History. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2016. 155–80.   
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Lent, John A. "Comics in the Philippines, Singapore, and Indonesia." Humor. International Journal of Humor Research 11. (1998): 65–78.   
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Lent, John A. "Cartooning in Malaysia and Singapore: The same, but different." International Journal of Comic Art 5. (2003): 256–89.   
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Lim, Cheng Tju. "Political Cartoons in Singapore: Misnomer or redefinition necessary?." Journal of Popular Culture 34. (2000): 77–83.   
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Lim, Cheng Tju. "Singapore Cartoons in the Anti-Comics Movement of the 1950s and 1960s." Comics Studies Here and Now. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. Routledge Advances in Comics Studies. London: Routledge, 2018. 123–30.   
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Lim, Cheng Tju. "Lest we forget: The importance of history in singapore and malaysia comics studies." Comics Worlds and the World of Comics. Towards Scholarship on a Global Scale. Ed. Jaqueline Berndt. Global Manga Studies. Kyoto: International Manga Research Center, Kyoto Seika University, 2010. 199–211.   
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Smith, Philip. "Leslie Chew and Singapore’s Controversial, Online Political Cartoon." International Journal of Comic Art 16. (2014): 608–17.   
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Smith, Philip. "Sonny Liew interview." Studies in Comics 7. (2016): 153–59.   
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Tju, Lim Cheng. "›Chop Suey‹ — Cartoons about the Japanese Occupation and National Education in Singapore." International Journal of Comic Art 6. (2004): 415–30.   
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Tju, Lim Cheng. "Current Trends in Singapore Comics: When autobiography is mainstream." Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia 16 2014. Accessed 12 Jan. 2016. < ... iography-is-mainstream/>.   
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