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Gruber, Joel. "The Dharma of Doctor Strange: The shifting representations of tibet and tibetan buddhism within a comic book serial." Implicit Religion 18.3 2015. Accessed 14 February. 2018. <https://journals.equino ... p/IR/article/view/19420>.  
Added by: joachim 2/14/18, 11:57 AM
Hautsch, Jessica. "“What the Geisha has gotten into you?” Colorblindness, orientalist stereotypes, and the problem of global feminism in buffy the vampire slayer season eight." Slayage 12.2/13.1 2014/2015. Accessed 3 February. 2019. <http://www.whedonstudie ... h_slayage_12.2-13.1.pdf>.  
Added by: joachim 2/3/19, 12:51 PM
Köster, Werner. "Bilderverbot und Bilderstreit als Diskurselemente von Medienmentalitäten, anlässlich des Streits um die Mohammed-Karikaturen in Jyllands Posten." Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 36.(2006): 159–96.  
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Martin, Daniel. "The Americanization of the Hong Kong Kung Fu Hero: Orientalism and social class in marvel comics iron fist." Journal of Popular Culture 51.(2018): 1521–39.  
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Misemer, Leah. "Breaking Barriers: Moving beyond orientalism in comics studies." Forum for World Literature Studies 3.(2011): 52–60.  
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Palumbo, Fabio and Domenica Gisella Calabrò. "Japanese Pop Culture, Identification, and Socialization The case of an italian web-community." Mutual Images 2 2017. Accessed 12 February. 2018. <www.mutualimages-journa ... .php/MI/article/view/32>.  
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Schlosser, Andrea. "Orientalism through Time: The representation of ‘the other’ in american (superhero) comic books." Breaking the Panel! Comics as a Medium. Eds. Rebecca Klütsch, Sina A. Nitzsche and Stefan Schlensag. masteRResearch. Berlin [etc.]: LIT, 2015. 37–46.  
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Trattner, Katrin. "Für die sind wir fanatische Spinner: Bilder des islam und (de-)konstruktion von orientalismen in persepolis." Weltentwürfe im Comic/film. Mensch, Gesellschaft, Religion. Eds. Theresia Heimerl and Christian Wessely. Religion, Film und Medien. Marburg: Schüren, 2018. 98–114.  
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