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Benton, Bond. "Redemptive anti-Americanism and the death of Captain America." Studies in Communication Sciences 13. (2013): 75–83.   
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Bousquet, Mark. "Marvel’s Illuminati: Who watches the watchmen?." Marvel Comics’ Civil War and the Age of Terror. Critical Essays on the Comic Saga. Ed. Kevin Michael Scott. Jefferson: McFarland, 2015. 37–47.   
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Curtis, Neal. "Doom’s Law: Spaces of sovereignty in marvel’s secret wars." The Comics Grid 7. 9 2017. Accessed 26 Aug. 2017. <>.   
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Darowski, John. "“I would be the bad guy”: Tony stark as villain of marvel’s civil war." The Ages of Iron Man. Essays on the Armored Avenger in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. London, New York: McFarland, 2015. 181–91.   
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DiPaolo, Marc. "Why Civil War Matters, Why This Book Matters." Marvel Comics’ Civil War and the Age of Terror. Critical Essays on the Comic Saga. Ed. Kevin Michael Scott. Jefferson: McFarland, 2015. 213–20.   
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Edlitz, Mark. "The Uncivil Debate Within Marvel’s Civil War." The Ages of the Avengers. Essays on the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. Jefferson: McFarland, 2014. 155–64.   
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Giesa, Felix. "Erzählungen von Konflikt und Trauma in amerikanischen Comics nach 9/11." An allen Fronten. Kriege und politische Konflikte in Kinder- und Jugendmedien. Eds. Ingrid Tomkowiak, et al. Vol. 3. Beiträge zur Kinder- und Jugendmedienforschung. Zürich: Chronos, 2013. 127–54.   
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de la Iglesia, Martin. "Authorship, Collaboration, and Art Geography." CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 12. 3 2010. Accessed 3 Nov. 2010. <>.   
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Langley, Travis. "Freedom versus Security: The basic human dilemma from 9/11 to marvel’s civil war." International Journal of Comic Art 11. (2009): 426–35.   
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Maruo-Schröder, Nicole. "“Justice Has a Bad Side” Figurations of law and justice in 21st-century superhero movies." European Journal of American Studies 13. 4 2018. Accessed 25 Feb. 2022. <>.   
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Nehrlich, Thomas and Joanna Nowotny. "“We’re not fighting for the people anymore … We’re just fighting”: Us-american superhero comics between criticisms of community and critical communities." SPELL 35 2017. Accessed 10 Aug. 2020. <>.   
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Packard, Stephan. "“Whose Side Are You On?”: The allegorization of 9/11 in marvel’s civil war." Portraying 9/11. Essays on Representations in Comics, Literature, Film and Theatre. Eds. Véronique Bragard, Christophe Dony and Warren Rosenberg. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2011. 44–57.   
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Packard, Stephan. "»Whose Side Are You On?«: Zur allegorisierung von 9/11 in marvels civil war-comics." 9/11 als kulturelle Zäsur. Repräsentationen des 11. September 2001 in kulturellen Diskursen, Literatur und visuellen Medien. Eds. Sandra Poppe, Thorsten Schüller and Sascha Seiler. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2009. 317–36.   
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Prince, Michael J. "‘Whose side are you on?’: Negotiations between individual liberty and collective responsibility in millar and mcniven’s marvel civil war." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 6. (2015): 182–92.   
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Sanchez, Julian. "The Revolt of the Comic Books." The American Prospect 18. (2007): 43–47.   
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Scott, Kevin Michael, ed. Marvel Comics’ Civil War and the Age of Terror: Critical essays on the comic saga. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2015.   
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Scott, Cord. "Anti-Heroes: Spider-man and the punisher." Web-Spinning Heroics. Critical Essays on the History and Meaning of Spider-Man. Eds. Robert Moses Peaslee and Robert G. Weiner. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 120–27.   
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Swafford, Brian. "The Death of Captain America: An open-ended allegorical reading of marvel comics' civil war storyline." International Journal of Comic Art 10. (2008): 632–48.   
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Veloso, Francisco O. D. and John A. Bateman. "The multimodal construction of acceptability: Marvel’s civil war comic books and the patriot act." Critical Discourse Studies 10. (2013): 427–43.   
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Wood, Daniel Davis. "Whose Side Is the Law On? Living with legalistic absurdity in marvel’s civil war." Marvel Comics’ Civil War and the Age of Terror. Critical Essays on the Comic Saga. Ed. Kevin Michael Scott. Jefferson: McFarland, 2015. 26–35.   
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