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Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "The quest for a place in culture: The verbal-iconical production and the evolution of comic-books towards graphic novels." Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense 14.(2006): 93–110.  
Last edited by: joachim 6/27/13, 4:16 PM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "Somewhere over the Rainbow: Representation of identities in neil gaiman’s the sandman." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses (2007): 149–88.  
Added by: joachim 7/3/20, 6:44 PM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "A hammer to shape reality: Alan moore’s graphic novels and the avant-gardes." Studies in Comics 2.(2011): 39–56.  
Added by: joachim 12/3/12, 7:21 PM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "“When the Life Giver Dies, All Around Is Laid Waste” Structural trauma and the splitting of time in signal to noise, a graphic novel." Journal of Popular Culture 45.(2012): 1000–19.  
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Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "Comic Books and Graphic Novels in their Generic Context: Towards a definition and classification of narrative iconical texts." Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies 35.(2013): 117–35.  
Added by: joachim 6/23/13, 11:08 PM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "La novela gráfica autobiográfica: Desde la crisis de confianza de los años setenta hasta los cómics alternativos del nuevo milenio." Thermozero (2013): 82–86.  
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Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "Joann Sfar and the Community of Monsters." Minchō Magazine (2017): 46–54.  
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Romero-Jódar, Andrés. The Trauma Graphic Novel. London, New York: Routledge, 2017.  
Added by: joachim 12/15/16, 11:01 AM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "Epic and Alienating: Reading alan moore’s graphic novels with bertolt brecht’s theatre." Minchō Magazine (2018).  
Added by: joachim 5/16/18, 4:31 PM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "Greek Romance, Alternative History and Political Trauma in Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ Watchmen." Trauma and Romance in Contemporary British Literature. Eds. Jean-Michel Ganteau and Susana Onega. Routledge Studies in Contemporary Literature. London, New York: Routledge, 2013. 181–99.  
Last edited by: joachim 6/27/13, 4:36 PM
Romero-Jódar, Andrés. "Individual Trauma Representation in Graphic Novels: The case of paul hornschemeier’s mother, come home and neil gaiman and dave mckean’s signal to noise." Between the Urge to Know and the Need to Deny. Trauma and Ethics in Contemporary British and American Literature. Eds. Dolores Herrero and Sonia Baelo-Allué. Heidelberg: Winter, 2011. 249–63.  
Added by: joachim 6/27/13, 4:48 PM
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