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



Sponsored by Gesellschaft für Comicforschung


Recent additions or edits (WIKINDX Master Bibliography)

Wilde, Lukas R. A. "Recontexualizing Characters. Media Convergence and Pre-/Meta-Narrative Character Circulation." In: IMAGE 29.1 (2019), S. 3–21, .
Added by: joachim 10/16/21, 8:15 PM
Hibbett, Mark: "In Search of Doom. Tracking a Wandering Character Through Data." In: IMAGE 29.1 (2019), S. 81–97, .
Added by: joachim 10/16/21, 7:40 PM
Mag Uidhir, Christy: "How to Frame Serial Art." In: Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 71.3 (2013), S. 261–265.
Last edited by: joachim 10/16/21, 3:31 PM
Stöckl, Hartmut: Die Sprache im Bild, das Bild in der Sprache. Zur Verknüpfung von Sprache und Bild im massenmedialen Text. Konzepte, Theorien, Analysemethoden. (Linguistik – Impulse & Tendenzen, 3.) Berlin: de Gruyter, 2004. (421 S.)
Last edited by: joachim 10/15/21, 5:09 PM
Lauwers, Joran: Intertextuality and Adaptation as a Narrative Framework. Creating the New from the Inexplicable in Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman”. Masterproef (Master in de taal- en letterkunde), Universiteit Gent 2016 (111 S.).
Added by: joachim 10/14/21, 2:42 PM
Alegría Sabogal, Diego Cristóbal: "Autorenfunktion, Comic-Kontinuität und Transmedia Storytelling. Intertextuelle Bedeutungsketten bei Neil Gaiman." In: Ketten. Hrsg. v. Petra Gehring. Essen: Blaue Eule, 2017, S. 111–128.
Last edited by: joachim 10/14/21, 1:35 PM
---: "Voices Staged and Shaded. Comic Collaborations between P. Craig Russell and Neil Gaiman." In: Cuadernos Literarios 9.12 (2015).
Last edited by: joachim 10/14/21, 1:27 PM
Nayar, Pramod K. "Narrating Alzheimer’s Disease. Graphic Medicine and Dana Walrath’s Aliceheimer’s Alzheimer’s Through the Looking Glass." In: Sambalpur Studies in Literatures and Cultures 6 (2021), S. 25–34.
Last edited by: joachim 10/14/21, 11:20 AM
Camus, Cyril: "Les collaborations de Neil Gaiman et Dave McKean." In: Colloques en ligne (2016).
Last edited by: joachim 10/14/21, 10:29 AM
Wolk, Douglas: All of the Marvels. A Journey to the Ends of the Biggest Story Ever Told. New York: Penguin, 2021.
Added by: joachim 10/14/21, 12:33 AM
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