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Arnold, Martin. Thor: Myth to Marvel. London, New York: Continuum, 2011.  
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Austin, Hailey J. "If She Be Worthy: Performance of Female Masculinity and Toxic Geek Masculinity in Jason Aaron’s Thor: The Goddess of Thunder." Superheroes and Masculinity. Unmasking the Gender Performance of Heroism. Eds. Sean Parson and J. L. Schatz. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019. 29–45.  
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Burke, Liam. "‘Superman in Green’: An audience study of comic book film adaptations Thor and Green Lantern." Participations 9.2 2012. Accessed 8 Dec. 2012. <http://www.participatio ... Issue%202/8%20Burke.pdf>.  
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Cicci, Matthew. "Marvel Team-Up: Hawkeye, Loki and the Inescapable, Innate Resistance of the Female Superhero Comic Fan." Journal of Comics and Culture 1.(2016): 95–122.  
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Cicci, Matthew. "The Invasion of Loki’s Army? Comics Cultures Increasing Awareness of Female Fans." The Routledge Companion to Media Fandom. Eds. Melissa A. Click and Suzanne Scott. London, New York: Routledge, 2018. 193–201.  
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Eccleston, Sasha-Mae. "Enemies, Foreign and Domestic Villainy and Terrorism in Thor." Assembling the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Essays on the Social, Cultural and Geopolitical Domains. Eds. Julian C. Chambliss, William Svitavsky and Daniel Fandino. Jefferson: McFarland, 2018. 168–84.  
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Flegel, Monica and Judith Leggatt. Superhero Culture Wars: Politics, Marketing, and Social Justice in Marvel Comics. Bloomsbury Comics Studies. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.  
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Gaswint, Kiera M. "There Must Always Be a Thor: Marvel’s Thor the Goddess of Thunder and the Disruption of Heroic Masculinities." Superheroes and Masculinity. Unmasking the Gender Performance of Heroism. Eds. Sean Parson and J. L. Schatz. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019. 97–110.  
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Germaine, Alison Elizabeth. "Disability and Depression in Thor Comic Books." Disability Studies Quarterly 36.3 2016. Accessed 17 May. 2019. <>.  
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Helgason, Jón Karl. Echoes of Valhalla: The Afterlife of the Eddas and Sagas. trans. Jane Victoria Appleton. London: Reaktion Books, 2017.  
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Hill, Michael. "Thor’s Comic Opera Götterdämmerung Revisited." The Comics Grid. Journal of Comics Scholarship. Year One. Ed. Ernesto F. Priego Ramirez. London: The Comics Grid Digital First Editions, 2012. 118–21.  
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Jeffries, Dru H. "The Worlds Align: Media Convergence and Complementary Storyworlds in Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World." World Building. Transmedia, Fans, Industries. Ed. Marta Boni. Transmedia. Amsterdam: Amsterdam Univ. Press, 2017. 287–303.  
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Jones, Pete. "Diana in the World of Men: A character network approach to analysing gendered vocal representation in Wonder Woman." Feminist Media Studies 20.(2020): 18–34.  
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Kenward, Claire. "Time Travel and Self-Reflexivity in Receptions of Homer's Iliad." Once and Future Antiquities in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Eds. Brett M. Rogers and Benjamin Eldon Stevens. Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.  
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Kirtley, Susan E. "Hammer in Hand: Feminist Community Building in Jason Aaron’s Thor." The Oxford Handbook of Comic Book Studies. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2020. 402–18.  
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Kremer, Nick. "This Is Not Your Forefather’s Thor: Using Comics to Make Mythology Meaningful." SANE journal 1.1 2010. Accessed 5 Jan. 2011. <>.  
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Máthé, Nóra. "“Are You Thor, the God of Hammers?” – Mixing the Posthuman and Old Norse Mythology in Thor: Ragnarok." Caietele Echinox (2018): 200–06.  
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Newman, Nicholas. "The War of the Frogs and the Rats: The Batrachomyomachia in Marvel’s The Mighty Thor." New Voices In Classical Reception Studies 13 2020. Accessed 9 Jun. 2022. < ... e13/nicholas-newman.pdf>.  
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Nuttall, Alice. "‘I am the Monster Parents Tell their Children About at Night’: The Marvel Films’ Loki as Gothic Antagonist." Gothic Studies 18.(2016): 62–73.  
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Roman, Zak and Ryan Lizardi. "“If She Be Worthy”: The Illusion of Change in American Superhero Comics." Inks 2.(2018): 18–37.  
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Thomas, Kayley. "Revisioning the smiling villain: Imagetexts and intertextual expression in representations of the filmic Loki on Tumblr." Transformative Works and Cultures 13 2013. Accessed 19 Jun. 2013. <http://journal.transfor ... wc/article/view/474/382>.  
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Wells, Holly M. "Marvelous Families, Epic Dysfunction Combining Norse Mythology, the Thor Comics, and Marvel Films in a General Education Literature Course." Comic Connections. Building Character and Theme. Ed. Sandra Eckard. Lanham [etc.]: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019. 23–38.  
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