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Edwards, Jordan Z. "Tools of the “En-Eh-Mee”: Grant morrison’s utopia and the means to end there." Thesis Master of Arts. McMaster University, 2013.   
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Garlington, Ian Stuart. "A context for the supercontext: On the function of psychedelics in grant morrison’s the invisibles." Studies in Comics 7. (2016): 49–72.   
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Goodwin, Megan. "Conversion to Narrative: Magic as religious language in grant morrison’s invisibles." Graven Images. Religion in Comic Books & Graphic Novels. Eds. A. David Lewis and Christine Hoff Kraemer. London, New York: Continuum, 2010.   
Added by: joachim 8/27/11, 12:29 PM
Guillaume, Isabelle. Dramatis personae: Valeurs symboliques du masque dans sandman et the invisibles. Masques, identités et bande dessinée: Lyons, 20 May, 2014.   
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Hadeed, Khalid. "The Invisibles: Gnosticism of the (extra)ordinary." Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 31. (2019): 139–52.   
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James, Nick. "Opting for Ontological Terrorism: Freedom and control in grant morrison’s the invisibles." Law, Culture and the Humanities 3. (2007): 435–54.   
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Kakko, Tommi and Mervi Miettinen. "“The Image Rules the World”: Focalization, hallucinations and metalepsis in the invisibles." ImageTexT 8. 2 2015. Accessed 10 Aug. 2017. <http://www.english.ufl. ... s/v8_2/kakko_miettinen/>.   
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Manning, Shaum. "Language and Fiction in the Creation of Reality in The Invisibles." International Journal of Comic Art 10. (2008): 32–38.   
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Meaney, Patrick. Our Sentence is Up: Seeing grant morrison's the invisibles. Sequart Journal. Edwardsville: Sequart Research & Literacy Organization, 2009.   
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Rauch, Stephen. "“We Have All Been Sentenced”: Language as means of control in grant morrison’s invisibles." International Journal of Comic Art 6. (2004): 350–63.   
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Round, Julia. "London’s Calling: Alternate worlds and the city as superhero in contemporary british-american comics." International Journal of Comic Art 10. (2008): 24–31.   
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Round, Julia. "We Share Our Mothers’ Health: Temporality and the gothic in comic book landscapes." Comic Book Geographies. Ed. Jason Dittmer. Media Geography at Mainz. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2014. 127–40.   
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Singer, Marc. Grant Morrison: Combining the worlds of contemporary comics. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2011.   
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Singer, Marc. "Time and Narrative: Unity and discontinuity in the invisibles." Critical Approaches to Comics and Graphic Novels. Theories and Methods. Eds. Matthew J. Smith and Randy Duncan. London, New York: Routledge, 2012. 55–70.   
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Ursini, Francesco-Alessio. "Language and Thought in The Invisibles." ImageTexT 8. 2 2015. Accessed 2 Nov. 2015. <http://www.english.ufl. ... t/archives/v8_2/ursini/>.   
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Wolk, Douglas. "Grant Morrison: The invisible king." Reading Comics. How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean. Cambridge: Da Capo, 2007. 258–88.   
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