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Alaniz, José. "Supercrip: Disability and the marvel silver age superhero." International Journal of Comic Art 6.(2004): 304–24.  
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Alaniz, José. "‘Will You Listen to That!’ (dis)ability in moore/willingham’s ‘in blackest night’." Comics Forum 2012. Accessed 13 April. 2013. <http://comicsforum.org/ ... t-night-by-jose-alaniz/>.  
Added by: joachim 4/13/13, 1:01 AM
Alaniz, José. Death, Disability, and the Superhero The silver age and beyond. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2014.  
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Barounis, Cynthia. "Alison Bechdel and Crip-Feminist Autobiography." Journal of Modern Literature 39.(2016): 139–61.  
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Berglund, Alexandra L. "Drawing (Dis)ability Panel by Panel: A literature review of (dis)ability, comics, and graphic narratives." International Journal of Comic Art 20.(2018): 401–17.  
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Berman, Margaret Fink. "Imagining an Idiosyncratic Belonging: Representing disability in chris ware’s “building stories”." The Comics of Chris Ware. Drawing is a Way of Thinking. Eds. David M. Ball and Martha B. Kuhlman. Jackson: Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2010. 191–205.  
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Bhattacharjee, Partha and Priyanka Tripathi. "‘Disease’ and Visual Rhetorics of Disability: Comics and autopathography in the works of alison bechdel." Gnosis 5.(2019): 263–74.  
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Birge, Sarah. "No Life Lessons Here: Comics, autism, and empathetic scholarship." Disability Studies Quarterly 30.1 2010. Accessed 17 May. 2019. <http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/1067>.  
Added by: joachim 5/17/19, 6:00 PM
Blau, Arno. "»Comic books« … und was sagt der Taubstummenlehrer dazu?." Neue Blätter für Taubstummenbildung 89.(1955): 101–03.  
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Bryan, Peter Cullen. "Purple healing rays and paralysis intersections of disability and gender theory in comics." Journal of Fandom Studies 7.(2019): 21–34.  
Added by: joachim 4/12/22, 10:48 AM
Chemers, Michael M. "‘With Your Shield, or On It’ Disability representation in 300." Disability Studies Quarterly 27.3 2007. Accessed 4 December. 2020. <https://dsq-sds.org/article/view/37/37>.  
Added by: joachim 12/4/20, 12:53 PM
Christopher, Brandon. "Rethinking Comics and Visuality, from the Audio Daredevil to Philipp Meyer's Life." Disability Studies Quarterly 38.3 2018. Accessed 17 May. 2019. <http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/6477>.  
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Cocca, Carolyn. "Re-booting Barbara Gordon: Oracle, batgirl, and feminist disability theories." ImageTexT 7.4 2014. Accessed 4 January. 2015. <http://www.english.ufl. ... xt/archives/v7_4/cocca/>.  
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Comer, Todd E. "The Hidden Architecture of Disability: Chris ware’s building stories." Feats of Clay. Disability and the Graphic Novel. Eds. Chris Foss and Zach Whalen. Literary Disability Studies. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 44–58.  
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Couser, Thomas G. "Is There a Body in This Text? Embodiment in graphic somatography." a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 33.(2018): 347–73.  
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Diamond, Aidan Dubhain. "‘I pledge you!’ Disability, monstrosity and sacrifice in wytches." Studies in Comics 8.(2018): 171–86.  
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Duane, Anna Mae. "Dead and Disabled: The crawling monsters of the walking dead." Zombie Theory. A Reader. Ed. Sarah Juliet Lauro. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2017. 237–45.  
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Fink, Marty. "It Gets Fatter: Graphic fatness and resilient eating in mariko and jillian tamaki’s skim." Fat Studies 2.(2013): 132–46.  
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Flinn, Margaret C. "The ‘ravaged body’ as carrier of cultural memory in Farid Boudjellal’s Petit Polio series." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8.(2017): 341–58.  
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Foss, Chris, Jonathan W. Gray, and Zach Whalen, eds. Disability in Comic Books and Graphic Narratives. Literary Disability Studies. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.  
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Fraser, Benjamin. Disability Studies and Spanish Culture: Films, novels, the comic and the public exhibition. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2013.  
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Galvan, Margaret. "Thinking through Thea: Alison bechdel’s representations of disability." Feats of Clay. Disability and the Graphic Novel. Eds. Chris Foss and Zach Whalen. Literary Disability Studies. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 187–202.  
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Germaine, Alison Elizabeth. "Disability and Depression in Thor Comic Books." Disability Studies Quarterly 36.3 2016. Accessed 17 May. 2019. <http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/5015>.  
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Heindl, Nina. "Becoming Aware of One’s Own Biased Attitude: The observer’s encounter with disability in chris ware’s acme novelty library no. 18." Review of Disability Studies 10.(2014): 40–51.  
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Ilea, Romana. "The Mutant Cure or Social Change: Debating disability." X-Men and Philosophy. Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse. Eds. Rebecca Housel and J. Jeremy Wisnewski. Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture. Hoboken: Wiley, 2009. 170–82.  
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Jacobs, Dale and Jay Dolmage. "Difficult Articulations: Comics autobiography, trauma, and disability." The Future of Text and Image. Collected Essays on Literary and Visual Conjunctures. Eds. Ofra Amihay and Lauren Walsh. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publ, 2012. 69–90.  
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Kagelmann, H. Jürgen and Rosmarie Zimmermann. "Behinderte in den Comics." Massenmedien und Behinderte. Im besten Falle Mitleid?. Weinheim, Basel: Beltz, 1982. 117–56.  
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Kauranen, Ralf, Viola Parente-Čapková, and Anna Vuorinne. "Escapes of a “Mad Artist”: Intersectional identities in kiba lumberg’s comics." Selbst- und Fremdbilder von Roma in Comic und Graphic Novel. Vom Holocaust bis zur Gegenwart. Eds. Marina Ortrud M. Hertrampf and Kirsten von Hagen. Ästhetik(en) der Roma – Selbst- und Fremdrepräsentationen. München: AVM, 2020. 243–71.  
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Kerns, Susan Santha. "Discordance, duplicity, and desire Conjoined twins in dame darcy’s meat cake." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8.(2017): 494–506.  
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Kokaska, Charles J. "Disabled Superheroes in Comic Books." Rehabilitation Literature 45.(1984): 286–88.  
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McIlvenny, Paul. "Disabling Men: Masculinity and disability in al davison’s graphic autobiography the spiral cage." Bending Bodies. Moulding Masculinities. Eds. Søren Ervø and Thomas Johansson. Vol. 2. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000. 238–58.  
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McIlvenny, Paul. "The Disabled Male Body “Writes/Draws Back”: Graphic fictions of masculinity and the body of the autobiographical comic the spiral cage." Revealing Male Bodies. Eds. Nancy Tuana, et al.. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 2002. 100–24.  
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Meteling, Arno. "Justitia ist blind: Behinderung und gerechtigkeit in mark steven johnsons daredevil (2003/04)." Blind Spots – eine Filmgeschichte der Blindheit vom frühen Stummfilm bis in die Gegenwart. Ed. Alexandra Tacke. Disability Studies. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2016. 215–32.  
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Oppolzer, Markus. "Beyond The Spiral Cage: Al davison’s counterstories of self-empowerment." From the Cradle to the Grave. Life-Course Models in Literary Genres. Eds. Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Sarah Herbe. Heidelberg: Winter, 2011. 69–83.  
Added by: joachim 5/2/15, 1:09 AM
Phillips, Gene. "Relevance in Wonderland: The mixed success of gardner fox’s message comic books." The Ages of the Justice League. Essays on America’s Greatest Superheroes in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. London: McFarland, 2017. 58–65.  
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Quesenberry, Krista. "Intersectional and non-human self-representation in women’s autobiographical comics." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 8.(2017): 417–32.  
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Ratto, Casey M. "Not Superhero Accessible: The temporal stickiness of disability in superhero comics." Disability Studies Quarterly 37.2 2017. Accessed 25 April. 2019. <http://dsq-sds.org/article/view/5396>.  
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Romu, Leena. "Graphic Life Writing in Kaisa Leka’s I Am Not These Feet." Framescapes. Graphic Narrative Intertexts. Eds. Mikhail Peppas and Sanabelle Ebrahim. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Pr, 2016. 203–12.  
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Row-Heyveld, Lindsey. "Reading Batman, Writing X-Men Superpowers and disabilities in the first-year seminar." Pedagogy 15.(2015): 519–26.  
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Sagarin, Edward. "The Deviant in the Comic Strip: The case history of barney google." Journal of Popular Culture 5.(1971): 179–94.  
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Sklar, Howard. "Narrative Empowerment through Comics Storytelling: facilitating the life stories of the intellectually disabled." StoryWorlds 4.(2012): 123–49.  
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Smetana, Linda, et al.. "Using Graphic Novels in the High School Classroom: Engaging deaf students with a new genre." Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 53.(2009): 228–40.  
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Smith, Scott T. and José Alaniz, eds. Uncanny Bodies: Superhero comics and disability. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2019.  
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Squier, Susan M. "So Long as They Grow Out of It: Comics, the discourse of developmental normalcy, and disability." Journal of Medical Humanities 29.(2008): 71–88.  
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Squier, Susan M. "Bare de vokser fra det – Tegneserier, normalitetsdiskurs og funksjonshemning." Tegn på sykdom. Om litterær medisin og medisinsk litteratur. Eds. Hilde Bondevik and Anne Kveim Lie. Oslo: Scandinavian Academic Pr, 2007. 87–111.  
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This, Craig. "Tony Stark: Disabled vietnam veteran?." The Ages of Iron Man. Essays on the Armored Avenger in Changing Times. Ed. Joseph J. Darowski. London, New York: McFarland, 2015. 17–28.  
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Veith, Natalie. "Othering Voices and the Voice of the Other: The depiction of joseph merrick in from hell." Spaces Between: Gender, Diversity, and Identity in Comics. Eds. Nina Eckhoff-Heindl and Véronique Sina. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2020. 95–107.  
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Wagner, Travis. "“My Suits … They’re Part Of Me” Considering disability in the iron man trilogy." Cinephile 9.(2013): 4–11.  
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Wegner, Gesine. "Reflections on the Boom of Graphic Pathography: The effects and affects of narrating disability and illness in comics." Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 14.(2020): 57–74.  
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Wegner, Gesine. "The Poetics and Politics of Staring: Spectacle and disability in chris ware’s building stories." Beyond Narrative. Exploring Narrative Liminality and Its Cultural Work. Eds. Sebastian M. Herrmann, Katja Kanzler and Stefan Schubert. Edition Kulturwissenschaft. 2022. 143–56.  
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