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What Kind of Studies Is Comics Studies? Benjamin Woo Why There Is No “Language of Comics”Frank Bramlett
- In Box: Rethinking Text in the Digital AgeShiamin Kwa
What Else Is a Comic?: Between Bayeux and BeanoEvan Thomas Reading Spaces: The Politics of Page LayoutKatherine Kelp-Stebbins Comics as ArtDavid M. Ball The Cartoon on the Comics Page: A PhenomenologyChristopher Pizzino All By Myself: Single-Panel Comics and the Question of GenreMichelle Ann Abate Drawing, Redrawing, and UndrawingBenoît Crucifix Bakhtinian Laughter and Recent Political Editorial CartoonsMichael A. Chaney and Sara B. Chaney Columbia and the Editorial CartoonNhora Lucía Serrano Efficacy of Social Commentary through CartooningAlly Shwed Radical Graphics: Australian Second-Phase ComicsKevin Patrick Self-Regulation and Self-Censorship: Comics Creators in Czechoslovakia and Communist Eastern BlocPavel Kořínek This is Who I Am: Hybridity and Materiality in Comics MemoirJohn Logan Schell Auto/biographics and Graphic Histories Made for the Classroom: Logicomix and Abina and the Important MenSidonie Smith and Julia Watson Ambiguity in Parallel: Visualizing History in Boxers and SaintsLan Dong Irony, Ethics, and Lyric Narrative in Miriam Engelberg’s Cancer Made Me a Shallower PersonJames Phelan Animals in Graphic NarrativeJosé Alaniz The Diversionary Art of Zeina Abirached in Le Piano OrientalMark McKinney Disco, Derby, and Drag The Queer Politics of Marvel’s DazzlerNicholas E. Miller The Replacements: Ethnicity, Gender, and Legacy Heroes in Marvel ComicsJeffrey A. Brown Hammer in Hand: Feminist Community Building in Jason Aaron’s ThorSusan Kirtley When Feminism Went to Market: Issues in Feminist Anthology Comics of the 1980s and ’90sRachel R. Miller Children in Comics: Between Education and Entertainment, Conformity and AgencyMaaheen Ahmed I’m Not a Kid. I’m a Shark!: Identity Fluidity in Noelle Stevenson’sYoung-Adult Graphic NovelsJames J. Donahue Forgetting at the Intersection of Comics and the Multimodal Novel: James Sie’s Still Life Las VegasTorsa Ghosal My Favorite Thing Is Monsters: The Socially Engaged Graphic Novel as a Platform for Intersectional FeminismDan Hassler-Forest Paper or Plastic? Mapping the Transmedial Intersections of Comics and Action FiguresDaniel F. Yezbick and Jonathan Alexandratos Transformative Architectures in Postcolonial Hong Kong ComicsKin Wai Chu Adaptation and Racial Representation in Dell/Gold Key TV Tie-insAndrew J. Kunka Candy and Drugs for Dinner: Rat Queens, Genre, and Our Aesthetic CategoriesSean Guynes Non-Compliants, Brimpers, and She-Romps: Bitch Planet, Sex Criminals, and Their PublicsHenry Jenkins Literary Adaptations in Comics andGraphic NovelsJan Baetens Comics Studies in America: The Making of a Field of Scholarship?Ian Gordon Next Issue: Anticipation and Promise in Comics StudiesRandy Duncan and Matthew J. Smith Comics Studies as InterdisciplineDale Jacobs Comics Studies as Practitioner-ScholarDamian Duffy