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Soper, Kerry D. "Gentrifying the Alternatives or Alternifying the Mainstream? Consolidation, incorporation, and the state of comic strip satire in alternative weeklies, 1985–2000." International Journal of Comic Art 3. (2001): 189–201.   
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Soper, Kerry D. "From Swarthy Ape to Sympathetic Everyman and Subversive Trickster: The development of irish caricature in american comic strips between 1890 and 1920." Journal of American Studies 39. (2005): 257–96.   
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Soper, Kerry D. Garry Trudeau: doonesbury and the aesthetics of satire. Great Comics Artists. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2008.   
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Soper, Kerry D. "From Jive Crows in “Dumbo” to Bumbazine and “Pogo”: Walt kelly and the conflicted politics reracinating african american types in mid-20th century comics." International Journal of Comic Art 12. (2010): 125–49.   
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Soper, Kerry D. "Serious “Silly Talk”: The politics of dialect in walt kelly's comic strip pogo." Journal of Popular Culture 43. (2010): 1081–110.   
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Soper, Kerry D. We Go Pogo: Walt kelly, politics, and american satire. Great Comics Artists. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2012.   
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Soper, Kerry D. "Folding Against the Establishment: Satiric distance and difference in al jaffee’s back cover feature in mad magazine." Studies in American Humor (2014): 95–110.   
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Soper, Kerry D. Gary Larson and The Far Side. Great Comics Artists. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2018.   
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