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Aman, Robert. "When the Phantom became an anticolonialist: Socialist ideology, swedish exceptionalism, and the embodiment of foreign policy." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (2018): 1–18.   
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Asante, Godfried A. and Gloria Nziba Pindi. "(Re)imagining African futures: Wakanda and the politics of transnational blackness." Review of Communication 20. (2020): 220–28.   
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Baker, Bennie W. "The Death of Wakanda: The impact of chattel slavery on the advancement of the descendants of the african enslaved." Africology 11. 9 2018. Accessed 9 Jun. 2022. <http://www.jpanafrican. ... .9-special-11-Baker.pdf>.   
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de la Batelière, Jean-Loup. Comment Hergé a créé Tintin au Congo. Bédéstory, 2009.   
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Beard, David and John Moffatt. "Pimitamon: Conceptualizing a new canadian north through the graphic narratives of jeff lemire." Nordlit 46 2020. Accessed 18 Dec. 2020. <https://septentrio.uit. ... rdlit/article/view/5540>.   
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Blanc-Hoàng, Henri-Simon. "Colonialism, postcolonialism and science fiction comics in the Southern Cone." Studies in Comics 8. (2017): 29–49.   
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Bragard, Véronique. "Conrad’s Two Visions: Intermedial transgenericity in anyango and mairowitz’s graphic adaptation of heart of darkness." European Comic Art 6. (2013): 45–65.   
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Buch, Hans Christoph. "Tarzan oder der Anteil des Imperialismus an der Menschenwerdung des Affen." Kritische Wälder. Essays, Kritiken, Glossen. Das neue Buch. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1972. 50–65.   
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Bumatay, Michelle. "Humor as a Way to Re-Image and Re-Imagine Gabon and France in La vie de Pahé and Dipoula." European Comic Art 5. (2012): 45–66.   
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Bumatay, Michelle. "Postcolonial Interjections: Jean-philippe stassen illustrates heart of darkness and we killed mangy dog." Alternative Francophone 1. 8 2015. Accessed 1 Jan. 2018. <https://journals.librar ... p/af/article/view/24018>.   
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Calargé, Carla. "Monsters and Spectacles: A lesson to learn and remember." European Comic Art 5. (2012): 23–44.   
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Capoferro, Riccardo. "Individual Soldier: Corto maltese e l’immaginario coloniale." Fictions 9. (2010): 59–79.   
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Cheng Chua, Karl Ian Uy. "Pinoy Manga in Philippine Komiks." Global Manga. “Japanese” Comics without Japan? Ed. Casey E. Brienza. 2nd ed. London, New York: Routledge, 2016. 185–97.   
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Cone, Annabelle. "Strange Encounters during Wartime: bécassine chez les turcs." European Comic Art 4. (2011): 181–97.   
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Crucifix, Benoît and Gert Meesters. "The Medium Is the Message: Olivier schrauwen’s arsène schrauwen beyond expectations of autobiography, colonial history and the graphic novel." European Comic Art 9. (2016): 24–62.   
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Delisle, Philippe. Bande dessinée franco-belge et imaginaire colonial: Des années 1930 aux années 1980. Esprit BD. Paris: Karthala, 2008.   
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Delisle, Philippe. De Tintin au Congo à Odilon Verjus: Le missionnaire, héros de la bd belge. Esprit BD. Paris: Karthala, 2011.   
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Delisle, Philippe. Tintin et Spirou contre les négriers: La bd franco-belge : une littérature antiesclavagiste ? Esprit BD. Paris: Karthala, 2013.   
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Delisle, Philippe. "Les albums de bande dessinée édités par Dupuis au cours des années 1940–1950: Miroir d’un imaginaire colonial européen?." Les racines populaires de la culture européenne. Eds. Stephanie Delneste, et al. Europe des Cultures. Bruxelles [etc.]: Peter Lang, 2014. 159–73.   
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Dorfman, Ariel. "How we roasted Donald Duck, Disney’s agent of imperialism." The Guardian 5 Oct 2018.   
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Dorfman, Ariel and Armand Mattelart. Walt Disneys »Dritte Welt«: Massenkommunikation und kolonialismus bei micky maus und donald duck. Basis Theorie. Berlin: Basis, 1977.   
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Dorfman, Ariel and Armand Mattelart. How to Read Donald Duck: Imperialist ideology in the disney comic. trans. David Kunzle. 4th ed. London: Pluto, 2019.   
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Dorfman, Ariel and Armand Mattelart. "The Great Parachutist." American Media and Mass Culture. Left Perspectives. Ed. Donald Lazere. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1987. 530–39.   
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Filc, Dani. "Tintin and Corto Maltese: The european adventurer meets the colonial other." European Comic Art 13. (2020): 95–121.   
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Fillitz, Thomas. "Populärkultur und Kongo: Zwischen der bande dessinée von hergé und den bildern von chéri samba." Medien & Zeit 16. (2001): 22–30.   
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Frey, Hugo. "Contagious colonial diseases in Hergé’s The Adventures of Tintin." Modern and Contemporary France 12. (2004): 177–88.   
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Gavaler, Chris. "The Imperial Superhero." PS: Political Science and Politics 47. (2014): 108–11.   
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Girard, Eudes. "Une relecture de Tintin au Congo." Études 417. (2012): 75–86.   
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Gray, Jonathan W. "“Commence the Great Work”: The historical archive and unspeakable violence in kyle baker’s nat turner." Afterimages of Slavery. Essays on Appearances in Recent American Films, Literature, Television and Other Media. Eds. Marlene D. Allen and Seretha D. Williams. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012. 183–200.   
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Halen, Pierre. "Tintin, paradigme du héros colonial belge? (a propos de «tintin au congo»)." Tintin, Hergé et la «Belgité». Ed. Anna Soncini Fratta. BelŒil. Bologna: CLUEB, 1994. 39–56.   
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Hanchey, Jenna N. "Decolonizing aid in Black Panther." Review of Communication 20. (2020): 260–68.   
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Harrison, Richard. "Seeing and Nothingness: Michael nicoll yahgulanaas, haida manga, and a critique of the gutter." Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée 43. (2016): 51–74.   
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Horton, Ian. "Colonialist Heroes and Monstrous Others: Stereotype and narrative form in british adventure comic books." Representing Multiculturalism in Comics and Graphic Novels. Eds. Carolene Ayaka and Ian Hague. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. London, New York: Routledge, 2014. 130–45.   
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Horton, Ian. "Colonialist Stereotypes in Innovative European Comic Books." Bilderwelten – Textwelten – Comicwelten. Romanistische Begegnungen mit der Neunten Kunst. Eds. Frank Leinen and Guido Rings. München: Meidenbauer, 2007. 125–41.   
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Huh, Jang Wook. "Josephine Baker Meets a Korean Housewife: Narrative cartoons, women’s labor, and the circulation of modern fetish." Literature Compass 13. 5 2016. Accessed 14 Jun. 2019. <https://onlinelibrary.w ... /abs/10.1111/lic3.12311>.   
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Jahncke, Heiner. "Mit Gottvertrauen und einer guten Flinte." Deutsche Comicforschung 1. (2005): 47–51.   
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Johnson, Jordan L. and Kristen Hoerl. "Suppressing Black Power through Black Panther’s neocolonial allegory." Review of Communication 20. (2020): 269–77.   
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Kalbe, Horst-Joachim and Eckart Sackmann. "Zehn kleine Negerlein: Afrikaner im deutschen kolonialcomic." Deutsche Comicforschung 7. (2001): 15–34.   
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Khanduri, Ritu G. "Vernacular Punches: Cartoons and politics in colonial india." History and Anthropology 20. (2009): 459–86.   
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Kunzle, David. "Dispossession by Ducks: The imperialist treasure hunt in southeast asia." Art Journal 49. (1990): 159–66.   
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Kunzle, David. "Introduction to How to Read Donald Duck." American Media and Mass Culture. Left Perspectives. Ed. Donald Lazere. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1987. 516–29.   
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Laemmerhirt, Iris-Aya. "“Trying to Recapture the Front”: A transnational perspective on hawaii in r. kikuo johnson’s night fisher." Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives. Comics at the Crossroads. Eds. Shane Denson, Christina Meyer and Daniel Stein. New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. 83–94.   
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Langford, Rachael. "Photography, Belgian colonialism and Hergé’s Tintin au Congo." Journal of Romance Studies 8. (2008): 77–89.   
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Lefèvre, Pascal. "Not just Black and White: Divergent colonial period representations of africans in french and belgian broadsheets (1880–1914)." SIGNs. Studies in Graphic Narratives (2011): 3–14.   
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Lefèvre, Pascal. "The Congo Drawn in Belgium." History and Politics in French-Language Comics and Graphic Novels. Ed. Mark McKinney. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2008. 166–85.   
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Lund, Martin. "‘Introducing the Sensational Black Panther!’: fantastic four #52–53, the cold war, and marvel’s imagined africa." The Comics Grid 6. 7 2016. Accessed 14 Jun. 2016. <>.   
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Maisonville, Derek J. Bibles, Guns, and … Comic Books? Re-conceptualizing (non-)violent selves and others in a postcolonial era. Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference: 4—6 Jun, 2008.   
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Maurin Abomo, Marie Rose. "«Tintin au Congo», ou la stratégie d’une démarche coloniale." Tintin, Hergé et la «Belgité». Ed. Anna Soncini Fratta. BelŒil. Bologna: CLUEB, 1994. 57–74.   
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McKinney, Mark. "‘Tout cela, je ne voulais pas laisser perdre’: Colonial lieux de mémoire in the comic books of jacques ferrandez." Modern and Contemporary France 9. (2001): 43–50.   
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McKinney, Mark. "Framing the Banlieue." Contemporary French and Francophone Studies 8. (2004): 113–26.   
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McKinney, Mark. Redrawing French Empire in Comics. Studies in Comics and Cartoons. Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press, 2013.   
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McKinney, Mark. "The Representation of Ethnic Minority Women in Comic Books." Women, Immigration and Identities in France. Eds. Jane Freedman and Carrie Tarr. Oxford, New York: Berg, 2000. 85–102.   
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McKinney, Mark. "The Algerian War in Road to America (Baru, Thévenet, and Ledran)." History and Politics in French-Language Comics and Graphic Novels. Ed. Mark McKinney. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2008. 139–65.   
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Merino, Ana. "Comic Art at the Margins of Hierarchy: The mexican multicultural expression of la familia burrón and los supermachos." Latin American Literature and Mass Media. Eds. Edmundo Paz Soldán and Debra A. Castillo. Hispanic Issues. New York: Garland, 2001. 152–68.   
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Miller, Ann. "Postcolonial Identities." International Journal of Comic Art 9. (2007): 258–74.   
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Miller, Ann. "Comic Art and Commitment: An interview with morvandiau." European Comic Art 4. (2011): 105–23.   
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Obiang, Ludovic. "Le Dipoula de Sti et Pahé : un Titeuf mal noirci ? Endroits et envers de la francophonie à travers une bande dessinée franco-gabonaise." Alternative Francophone 1. 3 2011. Accessed 1 Jan. 2018. <https://journals.librar ... hp/af/article/view/9533>.   
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Okamoto, Rei. "“Fuku-chan” Goes to Java: Images of indonesia in a japanese wartime newspaper comic strip." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science 25. (1997): 111–23.   
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Olaniyan, Tejumola. "Cartooning Nigerian Anticolonial Nationalism." Images and Empires. Visuality in Colonial and Postcolonial Africa. Eds. Paul S. Landau and Deborah D. Kaspin. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2002. 124–40.   
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Orban, Peter. "Untertanen und Schurken: Die dritte welt im comic." Die Dritte Welt im Kinderbuch. Eds. Jörg Becker and Rosemarie Rauter. Wiesbaden: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, 1978. 205–23.   
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Osei, Elisabeth Abena. "Wakanda Africa do you see? Reading black panther as a decolonial film through the lens of the sankofa theory." Critical Studies in Media Communication 37. (2020): 378–90.   
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Pigeon, Gérard G. "Black Icons of Colonialism: African characters in french children’s comic strip literature." Social Identities 2. (1996): 135–59.   
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Pigeon, Gérard G. "Black icons of colonialism: African characters in french children’s comic strip literature." Social Identities 2. (1996): 135–60.   
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Provost, René. "Magic and Modernity in Tintin au Congo (1930) and the Sierra Leone Special Court." Law Text Culture 16. (2012): 183–216.   
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Sadjadi-Nasab, Kurosch. "Tim und Struppi am Kongo: Rassistische stereotype in hergés afrika." Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik 43. (1998): 94–103.   
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Scorer, James. "Imitating Incas and becoming llama: Tintin in latin america — or the latin american in tintin?." International Journal of Cultural Studies 11. (2008): 139–56.   
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Sipp, Geo. "Wolves in the City – The Algerian War and Colonialism in Comics." Journal of Comics and Culture 1. (2016): 175–89.   
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Sugg, Katherine. "The Walking Dead: Late liberalism and masculine subjection in apocalypse fictions." Journal of American Studies 49. (2015): 793–811.   
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Vann, Michael G. "Caricaturing ‘The Colonial Good Life’ in French Indochina." European Comic Art 2. (2009): 83–108.   
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von Wyss-Giacosa, Paola. "Western Imaginaries between Fascination, Colonial Construction and Appropriation: The lore of a mysterious india, of the goddess kali and of her evil devotees." Religion in Cultural Imaginary. Explorations in Visual und Material Practices. Ed. Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati. Religion – Wirtschaft – Politik. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2015. 80–117.   
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Vrielink, Jogchum. "Judging the past: Discrimination law, hate speech legislation and the colonial imagination." International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 12. (2012): 99–108.   
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Walker, Gavin. "The Filmic Time of Coloniality: On shinkai makoto’s the place promised in our early days." Mechademia 4. (2009): 3–18.   
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Ward, Jonathan. "Wakanda liberation is this? Interrogating black panther’s relationship with colonialism." Slavery & Abolition 41. (2020): 14–28.   
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Wong, Wendy Siuyi. The Disappearance of Hong Kong in Comics, Advertising and Graphic Design. East Asian Popular Culture. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.   
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