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Anderson, Fenwick. "Comic Heroes: Popular culture on a pedestal." Studies in Popular Culture 9. (1986): 85–95.   
Added by: joachim 2/13/10, 6:19 PM
Anderson, Fenwick. "Son of Popular Culture on a Pedestal." Studies in Popular Culture 18. (1995): 63–69.   
Added by: joachim 2/13/10, 6:25 PM
Armour, Robert A. "Comic Strips, Theatre, and Early Narrative Films 1895–1904." Studies in Popular Culture 10. (1987): 14–26.   
Last edited by: joachim 11/29/21, 3:35 PM
Bell, Elizabeth S. "The Incredible Hulk as Modern Grail Quest." Studies in Popular Culture 5. (1982): 56–60.   
Added by: joachim 2/13/10, 6:28 PM
Broad, David B. "Sheena, Queen of the Jungle: White goddess of the dumont era." Studies in Popular Culture 19. (1997): 1–9.   
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Corley, Sarah V. "Women in the Comics." Studies in Popular Culture 5. (1982): 61–71.   
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Duncan, Sydney. "Lost Girl: Diminishing dorothy of oz." Studies in Popular Culture 31. (2008): 55–67.   
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Edwards, Anne. "Appraising the Fourth Estate: Constructions of the media in the death of superman." Studies in Popular Culture 24. (2001): 87–97.   
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Graves, Michael P. "The Comics Meet the Quakers: Scott mccloud's theory of the comics employed to unravel the quaker tapestry." Studies in Popular Culture 23. (2000): 75–90.   
Added by: joachim 2/14/10, 2:18 PM
Hill, Mark C. "Alternative Masculine Performances in American Comics: Brian k. vaughan and pia guerra’s y: the last man." Studies in Popular Culture 38. (2016): 79–98.   
Last edited by: joachim 6/11/19, 11:50 PM
Inge, M. Thomas. "Form and Function in Metacomics: Self-reflexivity in the comic strips." Studies in Popular Culture 13. (1991): 1–10.   
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Inge, M. Thomas. "Sut, Scarlet, and Their Comic Cousins: The south in the comic strip." Studies in Popular Culture 19. (1996): 153–66.   
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Jarvis, Eric. "The Comic strip Pogo and the Issue of Race." Studies in Popular Culture 21. (1998): 85–94.   
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Lafky, Sue A. and Bonnie Brennan. "For Better or For Worse: Coming out in the funny pages." Studies in Popular Culture 18. (1995): 23–47.   
Added by: joachim 10/17/17, 12:30 AM
Lamothe, John. "Speaking Silently: Comics’ silent narratives as immersive experiences." Studies in Popular Culture 41. (2019): 69–94.   
Last edited by: joachim 6/20/21, 5:19 PM
Moist, Kevin. "“To Renew the Old World”: Record collecting as cultural production." Studies in Popular Culture 31. (2008): 99–122.   
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Pardy, Brett. "The Militarization of Marvel’s Avengers." Studies in Popular Culture 42. (2019): 103–22.   
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Robinson, Michael G. "Lois & Clark: What’s new about the new adventures of superman?." Studies in Popular Culture 21. (1998): 83–98.   
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Rollin, Lucy. "The Savage Mind of Gary Larson." Studies in Popular Culture 12. (1989): 75–86.   
Added by: joachim 2/13/10, 6:45 PM
Scholl, Sharon. "The American Teenager From Archie to Funky." Studies in Popular Culture 2. (1979): 36–45.   
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Silvio, Carl. "Postmodern Narrative, the Marvel Universe, and the Reader." Studies in Popular Culture 17. (1995): 39–50.   
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Stevens, H. Brenton. "“Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s … Rocketman!”: Pynchon’s comic book mythology in gravity’s rainbow." Studies in Popular Culture 19. (1997): 37–48.   
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Tormey, Warren. "Discipline and Dilbert." Studies in Popular Culture 21. (1998): 13–29.   
Added by: joachim 2/14/10, 2:34 PM
White, Kenneth Michael and Mirya Holman. "Pop Culture, Politics, and America’s Favorite Animated Family: Partisan bias in the simpsons?." Studies in Popular Culture 34. (2011): 87–107.   
Last edited by: joachim 1/11/13, 11:03 AM
Williams, J. P. "Transformations and Projections: Constructions of femininity in lois lane." Studies in Popular Culture 17. (1994): 45–53.   
Added by: joachim 2/13/10, 6:16 PM
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