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Gender Euphoria / by Sophie LaBelle. -- Canada : Sophie
   LaBelle, 2022. -- 41 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Assigned
   Male Comics ; 2) -- Individual comics pages are dated 2014
   or 2015. -- Comics about transgender youth and gender
   identity. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23G4 2022
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Down With the Cis-tem / by Sophie Labelle. -- 2021. -- 1 v. :
   col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Assigned Male Comics ; 1) -- Summary
   (from OCLC): Sophie draws comics about a young trans girl
   named Stephie who challenges misconceptions about gender
   identity from her family and adults. There are sixteen
   short comics that center on topics such as a visit to the
   pharmacy, having an unsupportive father, healthy and
   understanding friendships, introducing a friend to explore
   gender identity, and questioning the notion of having the
   "wrong body." -- Comics about transgender youth and gender
   identity. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23 D6 2021
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Queerantine : Comics for a Pandemic / Sophie Labelle. -- 2021.
   -- 28 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Assigned Male Comics ;
   23) -- Comics about transgender youth, high school students
   and the COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23 Q4
   2021
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Key Terms in Comics Studies / Erin La Cour, Simon Grennan, Rik
   Spanjers, editors. -- Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2022. --
   369 p. ; 21 cm. -- (Palgrave Studies in Comics and Graphic
   Novels) -- Includes bibliographical references and index.
   -- A reference dictionary of terminology used in comics
   studies. -- Call no.: PN6707.K49 2022
Spanjers, Rik, 1985-
La Cour, Erin.
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Inklusion im Spiegel der neunten Kunst : Verstehen von
   Sinnzusammen~hngen im Comic "aus sich selbst heraus" /
   Manfred Jödecke. -- Berlin : Frank & Timme, 2022. -- 173 p.
   : ill. ; 21 cm. -- (Inklusion und Gesellschaft ; Band 3) --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-171). -- A book
   about comics and society. -- Call no.: PN6710.J6 2022
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Wham! : Teaching with Graphic Novels Across the Curriculum /
   William G. Brozo, Gary Moorman, Carla K. Meyer ; foreword
   by Stergios Botzakis. -- New York : Teachers College Press,
   2014. -- 158 p. ; 23 cm. -- (Language and Literacy Series)
   -- Includes bibliographical references and index. -- "This
   practical guide shows secondary school teachers how to
   incorporate graphic novels into content area instruction as
   a tool for meeting the needs of diverse learners and
   achieving the goals of the Common Core State Standards." --
   Contents: Graphic novels: youth media for the content
   classroom ; Guidelines for using graphic novels in the
   content classroom ; Using graphic novels to teach English
   and the language arts ; Using graphic novels to teach
   history ; Using graphic novels to teach science ; Using
   graphic novels to teach math ; Concluding thoughts on
   moving forward ; Graphic novels by discipline ; Graphic
   novel resources ; Graphic lessons and CCSS. -- A book about
   using comics in education. -- Call no.: LB1044.9.C59 B76
   2014
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Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives / edited by
   Sebastian Domsch, Dan Hassler-Forest and Dirk Vanderbeke.
   -- Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021. -- 636 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. --
   (Handbooks of English and American Studies ; v. 11) -- (De
   Gruyter Reference -- Includes bibliographical references
   and indexes. -- A reference book about comics. -- Contents:
   "Comics Studies : Survey of the Field" / Domsch,
   Hassler-Forest & D. Vanderbeke. p. 1-7 ; "Comics
   Terminology and Definitions" / Domsch. p. 11-33 ; "History,
   Formats, Genres" / D. Vanderbeke. p. 35-80 ; "Text-Image
   Relations" / Rik Spanjers. p. 81-98 ; "Comics Narratology"
   / Jan-Noël Thon. p. 99-120 ; "Serialty" / Daniel Stein &
   Lukas Etter. p. 121-140 ; "Adaptation" / Juliane Blank. p.
   141-163 ; "Politics" / Stephan Packard. p. 167-180 ;
   "World-Building" / Hassler-Forest. p. 181-200 ; "Life
   Writing" / Astrid Böger. p. 201-218 ; "Gender" / Anna
   Oleszczuk. p. 219-230 ; "Queerness" / Kay Sohini. p.
   231-246 ; "Science Comics" / Heike Elisabeth Jüngst. p.
   244-264 ; "Postcolonial Perspectives" / Sandra Heinen. p.
   265-288 ; "DocuComics in the Classroom" / Marie Vanderbeke.
   p. 289-309 -- Superheroes: "Historical Overview" /
   Hassler-Forest. p. 311-316 ; "The Golden Age : Batman" /
   Matt Yockey. p. 317-330 ; "The Silver Age : Nick Fury" /
   Matt Boyd Smith. p. 331-342 ; "The Dark Age : Superheroes
   in the 1980s" / William Proctor. p. 343-357 -- Close
   Readings: "Richard F. Outcault : the Yellow Kid" /
   Christina Meyer. p. 361-378 ; "George Herriman : Krazy Kat"
   / Corey Creekmur. p. 379-386 ; "Winsor McCay : Little Nemo
   in Slumberland" / Domsch. p. 387-404 ; "Dave Sim : Cerebus"
   / Eric Hoffman. p. 405-430 ; "Will Eisner : a Contract with
   God" / Martin Lund. p. 431-450 ; "Raymond Briggs : When the
   Wind Blows" / Dawn Stobbart. p. 451-466 ; "Art Spiegelman :
   Maus" / Joanne Pettitt. p. 467-480 ; "Robert Crumb" /
   Nicola Glaubitz. p. 481-498 -- "Alan Moore : From Hell" /
   Monika Pietrzak-Franger. p. 499-512 ; "Neil Gaiman : the
   Sandman" / Evan Hayles Gledhill. p. 513-528 ; "Alison
   Bechdel : Dykes to Watch Out For" / Erin Le Cour. p.
   529-543 ; "Chris Ware : Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on
   Earth" / Gerry Canavan. p. 545-560 ; "Daniel Clowes : Ghost
   World" / Erik Grayson. p. 561-572 ; "Martin Rowson : The
   Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman" / Luisa
   Menzel. p. 573-588 ; "Marjane Satrapi : Persepolis" /
   Harriet Earle. p. 589-600 ; "Grant Morrison : Flex
   Mentallo" / Oliver Moisich. p. 601-618 -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
Vanderbeke, Dirk, 1958-
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"Comics Studies : Survey of the Field" / Sebastian Domsch, Dan
   Hassler-Forest & Dirk Vanderbeke. p. 1-7 in Handbook of
   Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).
   -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Comics Terminology and Definitions" / Sebastian Domsch. p.
   11-33 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin
   : De Gruyter, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"History, Formats, Genres" / Dirk Vanderbeke. p. 35-80 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Text-Image Relations" / Rik Spanjers. p. 81-98 in Handbook of
   Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).
   -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Comics Narratology" / Jan-Noël Thon. p. 99-120 in Handbook of
   Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).
   -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Serialty" / Daniel Stein & Lukas Etter. p. 121-140 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Adaptation" / Juliane Blank. p. 141-163 in Handbook of Comics
   and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Politics" / Stephan Packard. p. 167-180 in Handbook of Comics
   and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"World-Building" / Dan Hassler-Forest. p. 181-200 in Handbook
   of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Life Writing" / Astrid Böger. p. 201-218 in Handbook of
   Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).
   -- Summary: An article about autobiographical comics. --
   Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Gender" / Anna Oleszczuk. p. 219-230 in Handbook of Comics
   and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Queerness" / Kay Sohini. p. 231-246 in Handbook of Comics and
   Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Science Comics" / Heike Elisabeth Jüngst. p. 244-264 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Postcolonial Perspectives" / Sandra Heinen. p. 265-288 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"DocuComics in the Classroom" / Marie Vanderbeke. p. 289-309
   in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Historical Overview" / Dan Hassler-Forest. p. 311-316 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- (Superheroes section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"The Golden Age : Batman" / Matt Yockey. p. 317-330 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- (Superheroes section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"The Silver Age : Nick Fury" / Matt Boyd Smith. p. 331-342 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021). -- (Superheroes section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"The Dark Age : Superheroes in the 1980s" / William Proctor.
   p. 343-357 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives
   (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021). -- (Superheroes section). --
   Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Richard F. Outcault : the Yellow Kid" / Christina Meyer. p.
   361-378 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives
   (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). --
   Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"George Herriman : Krazy Kat" / Corey Creekmur. p. 379-386 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Winsor McCay : Little Nemo in Slumberland" / Sebastian
   Domsch. p. 387-404 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic
   Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings
   section). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Dave Sim : Cerebus" / Eric Hoffman. p. 405-430 in Handbook of
   Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter,
   2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344
   2021
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"Will Eisner : a Contract with God" / Martin Lund. p. 431-450
   in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Raymond Briggs : When the Wind Blows" / Dawn Stobbart. p.
   451-466 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives
   (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). --
   Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Art Spiegelman : Maus" / Joanne Pettitt. p. 467-480 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Robert Crumb" / Nicola Glaubitz. p. 481-498 in Handbook of
   Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter,
   2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344
   2021
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"Alan Moore : From Hell" / Monika Pietrzak-Franger. p. 499-512
   in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Neil Gaiman : the Sandman" / Evan Hayles Gledhill. p. 513-528
   in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Alison Bechdel : Dykes to Watch Out For" / Erin Le Cour. p.
   529-543 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives
   (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). --
   Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Chris Ware : Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth" /
   Gerry Canavan. p. 545-560 in Handbook of Comics and Graphic
   Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings
   section). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Daniel Clowes : Ghost World" / Erik Grayson. p. 561-572 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Martin Rowson : The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy,
   Gentleman" / Luisa Menzel. p. 573-588 in Handbook of Comics
   and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2021).--
   (Close Readings section). -- Call no.: PN6710.H344 2021
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"Marjane Satrapi : Persepolis" / Harriet Earle. p. 589-600 in
   Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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"Grant Morrison : Flex Mentallo" / Oliver Moisich. p. 601-618
   in Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives (Berlin : De
   Gruyter, 2021).-- (Close Readings section). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.H344 2021
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Comics and the Body : Drawing, Reading, and Vulnerability /
   Eszter Szép. -- Columbus : The Ohio State University Press,
   2020. -- 206 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Studies in Comics and
   Cartoons) -- Includes bibliographical references (p.
   189-198) and index. -- Summary (from publisher): "Presents
   a new way to see how our bodies read and show up in comics.
   Emphasizes the discursive, performative, and vulnerable
   nature of the body." -- Contents: The authentic line: Lynda
   Barry's What it is and Syllabus ; Cartoon bodies and
   transformative lines: Ken Dahl's Monsters ; Style as
   engagement: Joe Sacco's Safe area Gorazde and The Fixer ;
   Reading and the body: Miriam Katin's We are On Our Own and
   Letting It Go ; Embodied interaction: Katie Green's Lighter
   Than My Shadow and Joe Sacco's The Great War." -- Call no.:
   PN6714 .S98 2020
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Alan Moore : a Critical Guide / Jackson Ayres. -- London :
   Bloomsbury, 2021. -- 240 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- (Bloomsbury
   Comics Studies) -- Includes bibliographical references (p.
   220-233) and index. -- A book about Alan Moore, comics, and
   British comics. -- Call no.: PN6737.M6 Z5A9 2021
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Borders / story by Thomas King ; illustrations by Natasha
   Donovan. -- New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2022. --
   171 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- Summary (from OCLC): A boy
   and his mother refuse to identify themselves as American or
   Canadian at the border and become caught in the limbo
   between nations when they claim their citizenship as
   Blackfoot. -- A story about the citizenship of indigenous
   peoples, in this case Blackfoot or Siksika Indians. -- Call
   no.: PN6733.D57 B6 2022
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All-Star Western, no. 11 (Apr./May 1972)
   CONTENTS: "The Hundred Dollar Deal!" (Jonah Hex) 14 p. --
   "Satan's Sanctuary" (El Diablo) 3 p. -- "Trail Talk"
   (letters) 1 p. -- "The Buffalo-Hide Bandits!" (Pow-Wow
   Smith) 8 p. -- "Did You Ever Hear Tell of Sweet Betsy from
   Pike"* (Bat Lash) 12 p. -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3A5no.11
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C-kyû Sararîman Bijinesu Eikaiwa Kôza / manga Yamashina
   Keisuke ; bun Urade Yoshifumi. -- Tôkyô : Shôgakukan, 2002.
   -- 192 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. -- (Big Comic Books) -- Other
   title: Shîkyû Sararîman Bijinesu Eikaiwa Kôza. -- A phrase
   book in Japanese for business English. Each English phrase
   is accompanied by a 4-panel comic and explanatory notes. --
   Educational genre. -- Call no.: PE1131.U73 2002
Urade, Yoshifumi, 1961-
Yamashina, Keisuke.
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Gyaruzu Rasshu : Boku wa Kôshite Kanojo o Tsukutta / Yûjin =
   U-jin. -- Tôkyô : Riidosha = Leed, 2000. -- 154 p. : ill. ;
   19 cm. -- (SP Komikkusu. SP Pocket = SP Comics. SP Pocket)
   -- Part of the "Gal's Rush" series. -- The 4 volumes of
   this series of short stories lack numbering and are
   differentiated by subtitle. -- Erotic genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J33 U15 G9 2000
U-Jin, 1959-
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Kanata no Toki o Miharukase / Yûki Mitsuru ; irasuto Asagi
   Sakura. -- Tôkyô : Kadokawa Shoten, 2009. -- 253 p. : ill.
   ; 15 cm. -- (Shônen Onmyôji ; 26) -- (Kadokawa Bînzu Bunko
   = Beans Bunko ; BB16-31) -- The 26th book in the "Shônen
   Onmyôji" light novel series by Mitsuru Yûki. -- Historical
   and fantasy genre fiction. -- Call no.: PL877.5.U35 K36
   2009
Yûki, Mitsuru.
Asagi, Sakura.
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Inishie no Tama o Yobisamase / Yûki Mitsuru ; irasuto Asagi
   Sakura. -- Tôkyô : Kadokawa Shoten, 2006. -- 254 p. : ill.
   ; 15 cm. -- (Shônen Onmyôji ; 15) -- (Kadokawa Bînzu Bunko
   = Beans Bunko ; BB16-18) -- The 15th book in the "Shônen
   Onmyôji" light novel series by Mitsuru Yûki. -- Historical
   and fantasy genre fiction. -- Call no.: PL877.5.U35 I55
   2006
Yûki, Mitsuru.
Asagi, Sakura.
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Shin Fûun San Shimai Toku LIN / Kakinouchi Narumi ; gensaku
   Hirano Toshiki. -- Tôkyô : Kôdansha, 2002-2003. -- ill. ;
   19 cm. -- (Magajin ZKC) -- Complete in 4 vols. --
   Originally serialized in: Gekkan Magajin Z. -- Summary
   (from mangaupdates.com): "When Julin Misumi has a recurring
   dream about an age ruled by martial arts, strange things
   start happening. She is attacked by a mysterious bird
   woman, saved by a masked man and given a bell by a little
   bird. Now she must team up with an enigmatic man named
   Hitoshi Ninno, who has given her the title of Toku-Lin -
   and the mission of saving the world.". -- Later translated
   as: Shaolin Sisters Reborn. -- Fantasy genre. -- LIBRARY
   HAS: v.1. -- Call no.: PN6790.J33 K27S5 2002
Kakinouchi, Narumi.
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The Birth of Eggy Toad. -- Chicago, Ill. : Aim Ren, 2021. -- 8
   p. : ill. ; 11 cm. -- New wave genre. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.55.R4455 B57 2021
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The Life and Comics of Howard Cruse : Taking Risks in the
   Service of Truth / Andrew J. Kunka. -- New Brunswick :
   Rugers University Press, 2022. -- 177 pages : ill. ; 25 cm.
   -- (Critical Graphics) -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 165-169) and index. -- Summary (from OCLC):
   The remarkable story of how a self-described "preacher's
   kid" from Birmingham, Alabama, became the so-called
   "Godfather of Gay Comics." This study showcases a
   remarkable fifty-year career that included working in the
   1970s underground comics scene, becoming founding editor of
   the groundbreaking anthology series Gay Comix, and
   publishing the graphic novel Stuck Rubber Baby, partially
   based on his own experience of coming of age in the Civil
   Rights era. Through his exploration of Cruse's life and
   work, Andrew J. Kunka also chronicles the dramatic ways
   that gay culture changed over the course of Cruse's
   lifetime, from Cold War-era homophobia to the gay
   liberation movement to the AIDS crisis to the legalization
   of gay marriage. Highlighting Cruse's skills as a trenchant
   satirist and social commentator, Kunka explores how he cast
   a queer look at American politics, mainstream comics
   culture, and the gay community's own norms. Lavishly
   illustrated with a broad selection of comics from Cruse's
   career, this study serves as a perfect introduction to this
   pioneering cartoonist, as well as an insightful read for
   fans who already love how his work sketched a new vision of
   gay life. -- Call no.: PN6727.C73 Z3 K8 2022
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Keeping it Unreal : Black Queer Fantasy and Superhero Comics /
   Darieck Scott. -- New York : New York University Press,
   2022. -- 267 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Sexual Cultures) --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-253) and index.
   -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "Explores how
   fantasy, especially superhero comics which are usually
   derided as naïve and childish, is a catalyst for engaging
   the black radical imagination. Such engagements prompt
   'fantasy-acts' against antiblackness, a transgressive way
   of 'reading' beyond the comic-book page to envision and to
   experience alternate and potentially more just realities.
   Fantasies about superhero characters are not just or even
   primarily forms of escape, the author argues, but are
   active reshapings of readers and their worlds. This book
   offers a rich meditation on the relationship between
   fantasy and reality, and between the imagination and being,
   as it weaves Scott's personal recollections of his
   encounters with superhero comics with interpretive readings
   of figures like the Black Panther, Luke Cage, Nubia, and
   Blade, and theorists such as Frantz Fanon, Eve Sedgwick,
   Leo Bersani, Saidiya Hartman, and Gore Vidal."-- A book
   about African American superheroes and superhero comics. --
   Call no.: PN6714.S384 2022
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Sexuality : a Graphic Guide / Meg-John Barker & Jules Scheele.
   -- London : Icon Books, 2021. -- 176 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-176). -- "Sex
   is everywhere. It's in the stories we love and the stories
   we fear. It defines who we are and our place in society, at
   least we're told it ought to. Sex and sexuality can seem
   like a house of horrors, full of monsters and potential
   pitfalls. We often live with fear, shame and frustration
   when it comes to our own sexuality, and with judgement when
   it comes to others'. With compassion, humor, erudition and
   a touch of the erotic, the authors shine a light through
   the darkness and unmask the monsters." -- Educational
   genre. -- Call no.: HQ12.B37 2021
Barker, Meg-John, 1974-
Scheele, Jules, 1984-
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Gender : a Graphic Guide / Meg-John Barker, Jules Scheele. --
   London : Icon Books Ltd, 2019. -- 176 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- "An
   essential comic-book journey from the creators of Queer: A
   Graphic History that will change the way you think about
   gender. Is masculinity 'toxic?' Why are public toilets such
   a political issue? How has feminism changed the available
   gender roles, and for whom? Why might we all benefit from
   challenging binary thinking about sex/gender? In this
   unique illustrated guide, Meg-John Barker and Jules Scheele
   travel through our shifting understandings of gender across
   time and space, from ideas about masculinity and
   femininity, to non-binary and trans genders, to
   intersecting experiences of gender, race, sexuality, class,
   disability, and more. Tackling current debates and
   tensions, which can divide communities and even cost lives,
   Barker and Scheele look to the past and the future to
   explore how we might all approach gender in more caring and
   celebratory ways." -- Educational genre, about sex role,
   gender identity and nonconformity, and sexual minorities.
   -- Call no.: HQ18.55.B367 2019
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Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic
   Anthology / edited by Sfé R. Monster & Taneka Stotts. --
   Beyond Press, 2018. -- 350 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. -- Contents:
   "Reclamation" / Genué Revuelta & Taneka Stotts ; "How not
   to magic" / Ghoulkiss, Katie Cunningham, Chan Chau, &
   Melanie Ujimori ; "Pilot light" / Paul Reinwand & Steve
   Foxe ; "Dear wife" / Reed Black ; "Stardust & feathers" /
   Mar Julia ; "Daisycakes" / Jenn Doyle & Ursula Wood ;
   "Fishing for the truth" / Jen Henkes ; "Entropy" / Rica
   March ; "Time will tell" / Ria Martinez & Samantha Cox ;
   "Karana" / Bishakh Som ; "Suite victory" / Levi Hastings ;
   "Growth" / Jaylee Warren & Kelly & Nichole Matthews ;
   "Cúchulainn" / Sarah Stern ; "Found" / Cat Parra ; "Void" /
   Alexxander Dovelin ; "Petrichor" / Sfé R. Monster & Jam ;
   "Wanderer" / Evan Dahm ; "The most stressful months of the
   year" / Alan Capes & Shauntae Ball ; "Fairy Food!!" / Sam
   Garvey ; "Sleeping Giant" / Stephanie Hovden ; "Quarantine"
   / Sonia Liao ; "Going Home" / Aliza Layne ; "The July
   fashion issue" / Keezy Young ; "The Core" / Jenelle
   Elizabeth & Danae Wilding ; "Abnormal cartography for
   beginners" / Mary Verhoeven ; "The Courier" / Kiku Hughes &
   Sara DuVall. -- Fantasy and science fiction genres. -- Call
   no.: PN6720.B44 2018
Monster, Sfé R.
Stotts, Taneka, 1982-
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"Reclamation" / Genué Revuelta & Taneka Stotts. p. 10-11 in
   Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy
   Comic Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.B44 2018
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"How Not to Magic" / Ghoulkiss, Katie Cunningham, Chan Chau, &
   Melanie Ujimori. p. 12-25 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Pilot Light" / Paul Reinwand & Steve Foxe. p. 26-33 in Beyond
   II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic
   Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44
   2018
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"Dear Wife" / Reed Black. p. 34-46 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Stardust & Feathers" / Mar Julia. p. 47-59 in Beyond II : the
   Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Daisycakes" / Jenn Doyle & Ursula Wood. p. 60-74 in Beyond II
   : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic
   Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44
   2018
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"Fishing for the Truth" / Jen Henkes. p. 75-88 in Beyond II :
   the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Entropy" / Rica March. p. 89-100 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Time Will Tell" / Ria Martinez & Samantha Cox. p. 101-115 in
   Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy
   Comic Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.B44 2018
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"Karana" / Bishakh Som. p. 116-134 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Suite Victory" / Levi Hastings. p. 135-149 in Beyond II : the
   Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Growth" / Jaylee Warren & Kelly & Nichole Matthews. p.
   150-155 in Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban
   Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.B44 2018
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"Cúchulainn" / Sarah Stern. p. 156-170 in Beyond II : the
   Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Found" / Cat Parra. p. 171-180 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Void" / Alexxander Dovelin. p. 181-191 in Beyond II : the
   Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Petrichor" / Sfé R. Monster & Jam. p. 192-208 in Beyond II :
   the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Wanderer" / Evan Dahm. p. 209-223 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"The Most Stressful Months of the Year" / Alan Capes &
   Shauntae Ball. p. 224-236 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Fairy Food!!" / Sam Garvey. p. 237-250 in Beyond II : the
   Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Sleeping Giant" / Stephanie Hovden. p. 251-266 in Beyond II :
   the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Quarantine" / Sonia Liao. p. 267-280 in Beyond II : the Queer
   Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond
   Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"Going Home" / Aliza Layne. p. 281-290 in Beyond II : the
   Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic Anthology
   (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44 2018
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"The July Fashion Issue" / Keezy Young. p. 291-302 in Beyond
   II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy Comic
   Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.: PN6720.B44
   2018
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"The Core" / Jenelle Elizabeth & Danae Wilding. p. 303-312 in
   Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy
   Comic Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.B44 2018
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"Abnormal Cartography for Beginners" / Mary Verhoeven. p.
   313-327 in Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban
   Fantasy Comic Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.B44 2018
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"The Courier" / Kiku Hughes & Sara DuVall. p. 328-341 in
   Beyond II : the Queer Post-Apocalyptic & Urban Fantasy
   Comic Anthology (Beyond Press, 2018). -- Call no.:
   PN6720.B44 2018
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All-Star Western. -- New York : National Periodical
   Publications, 1970-1972. -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Published
   no. 1 (Aug./Sept. 1970) - no. 11 (Apr./May 1972), cf.
   Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. -- Cover title: DC
   All-Star Western. -- Continued by: Weird Western Tales. --
   Western genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-11. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.N3A5
COMPLETE HOLDINGS
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"The Hundred Dollar Deal!" (Jonah Hex) / script, John Albano ;
   art, Tony De Zuniga. 14 p. in All-Star Western, no. 11
   (Apr./May 1972). -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3A5no.11
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"Satan's Sanctuary" (El Diablo) / story, Sergio Aragones & Len
   Wein ; art, Gray Morrow. 3 p. in All-Star Western, no. 11
   (Apr./May 1972). -- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3A5no.11
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"Trail Talk" 1 p. in All-Star Western, no. 11 (Apr./May 1972).
   -- Letters to the editor from Rich Durham, Mark Lucke, and
   Daniel Y Louie.-- Call no.: PN6728.4.N3A5no.11
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"The Buffalo-Hide Bandits!" (Pow-Wow Smith, Indian Lawman) 8
   p. in All-Star Western, no. 11 (Apr./May 1972). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.4.N3A5no.11
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"Did You Ever Hear Tell of Sweet Betsy from Pike"* (Bat Lash)
   / script, Sergio Aragones & Denny O'Neil ; art, Nick Cardy
   ; editor, Joe Orlando. 12 p. in All-Star Western, no. 11
   (Apr./May 1972). -- Incipit title. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.4.N3A5no.11
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Robin and the Making of American Adolescence / Lauren R.
   O'Connor. -- New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press,
   2021. -- 209 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Comics Culture) --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Summary
   (from publisher via OCLC) : "The first character history
   and analysis of the most famous superhero sidekick, Robin.
   Debuting just a few months after Batman himself, Robin has
   been an integral part of the Dark Knight's history-and
   debuting just a few months prior to the word "teenager"
   first appearing in print, Robin has from the outset both
   reflected and reinforced particular images of American
   adolescence. Closely reading several characters who have
   played Robin over the past eighty years, Robin and the
   Making of Americ an Adolescence reveals the Boy (and
   sometimes Girl) Wonder as a complex figure through whom
   mainstream culture has addressed anxieties about
   adolescents in relation to sexuality, gender, and race." --
   Call no.: PN6728.R576 O36 2021
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Hacking Graphic Novels : 8 Ways to Teach Higher-Level Thinking
   with Comics and Visual Storytelling / Shveta V. Miller. --
   Highland Heights, OH : Times 10 Publications, 2021. -- 263
   p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Hack Learning series) -- Summary
   (from publisher via OCLC): While comics and graphic novels
   have made their way into classrooms and established
   literary circles, many educators are not aware of enriching
   ways they can help us develop innovative, independent
   thinkers and learners, those who see and hear something
   different from what they know and respond with curiosity,
   those who understand how they learn best and what they need
   from us to live the lives they want to lead. This book
   addresses common challenges and problems with leveraging
   the medium's full potential." -- A book on education
   through comics. -- Call no.: LB1044.9.C59 M57 2021
Miller, Shveta Verma.
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Double Your Pleasure : a Twin Yuri Anthology / translation,
   Anna Schnell. -- United States : Seven Seas Entertainment,
   2021. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- Summary (from back cover):
   "Twins: endlessly fascinating and tantalizing. This
   anthology of yuri manga stories features some of the
   hottest twins by today's hottest standards." -- Contents:
   Mix and Melt into One / Ame Kanro ; Loved by Twins / Suto ;
   Mirror, Mirror / Shiratamamochi ; Both Eyes / Emi Hinahara
   ; Dum & Dee / Hibiki Aoto ; Gemini / Naoko Kodama ;
   Twindifference / Yakinikuteisyoku ; Binary Star / Bonryu.
   -- Erotic genre. -- Call no.: PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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"Mix and Melt into One" / Ame Kanro. In Double Your Pleasure :
   a Twin Yuri Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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"Loved by Twins" / Suto. In Double Your Pleasure : a Twin Yuri
   Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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"Mirror, Mirror" / Shiratamamochi. In Double Your Pleasure : a
   Twin Yuri Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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"Both Eyes" / Emi Hinahara. In Double Your Pleasure : a Twin
   Yuri Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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"Dum & Dee / Hibiki Aoto. In Double Your Pleasure : a Twin
   Yuri Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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Gemini / Naoko Kodama. In Double Your Pleasure : a Twin Yuri
   Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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Twindifference / Yakinikuteisyoku. In Double Your Pleasure : a
   Twin Yuri Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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Binary Star / Bonryu. In Double Your Pleasure : a Twin Yuri
   Anthology (Seven Seas Entertainment, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J32 D6313 2021
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Star-Spangled Panties : a Guide to the World's Greatest
   Superhero / Carol A. Strickland ; foreword by Christie
   Marston. -- United States : Carol A. Strickland, 2021. --
   235 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- A book about Wonder Woman and
   about superheroine comics. -- Call no.: PN6728.W62 Z5S75
   2021
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Nail Polish / by Sophie Labelle. -- Canada : Sophie Labelle,
   2022. -- 42 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Assigned Male
   comics ; 4) -- Summary (from OCLC): A comic about Stephie
   and Sandro having a sleepover, and Sandro trying out a new
   gender role in a safe environment. -- Funny kid genre,
   about gender identity and transgender youth. -- Call no.:
   PN6733.L23 N3 2022
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Abondance d'Euphorie de Genre / bds par Sophie LaBelle. --
   Canada : Sophie LaBelle, 2022. -- 36 p. : col. ill. ; 23
   cm. -- Translation of: Gender Euphoria. -- About gender
   identity and transgender youth. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23
   G414 2022
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Jake & Theo / by Sophie Labelle. -- Canada : Sophie Labelle,
   2022. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Candycore ; 1) --
   Funny animal genre, about gender identity, transgender
   youth, and cultural pluralism. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23 C301
   2022
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Dear Cis People / by Sophie Labelle. -- Canada : Sophie
   Labelle, 2022. -- 44 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Assigned
   Male Comics ; 3) -- Funny kid genre, about gender identity
   and transgender youth. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23 D43 2022
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The Best of Assigned Male / Sophie Labelle. -- London :
   Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2021. -- 351 p. : col. ill. ;
   25 cm. -- Summary (from OCLC): Follow young trans girl,
   Stephie, and her group of queer friends as they navigate
   school, family and relationships, and experiences of being
   trans. Humorous and acerbic, this ground-breaking graphic
   narrative brilliantly explores the journey of discovering
   and embracing your evolving gender identity, and promotes a
   sense of community and empowerment through artfully
   illustrated stories. Based on the hugely successful and
   influential webcomic Assigned Male, and in print for the
   first time, this expanded collection contains exclusive
   content as well as familiar, well-loved characters. --
   Contents: Prologue ; Nail Polish ; Camp Fabulous ; The
   Assignment ; Movie Night ; Solstice Party ; Dating Tips ;
   Soccer ; Babysitting ; Gender Helpline Zine ; Evening at
   the Park ; Trans-Lucid ; Interview ; Sex Ed for Everyone.
   -- About transgender youth. -- Call no.: PN6733.L23 B4 2021
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The League of Transvestite Comics. issue one / written and
   drawn by Diana Wood. -- United States? : Diana Wood, 2022.
   -- 63 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "For adults." -- Erotic and
   science fiction genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 L4 2022
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Crossdressing Transvestite Mandy. -- United States? : Diana
   Wood, 2021. -- 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.W5875 C7 2021
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Transvestite Cheerleader. -- United States? : Diana Wood,
   2022.  -- 56 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "For adults only." --
   Erotic genre.-- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 T7 2022
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The League of Transvestite Comics. #2 / written and drawn by
   Diana Wood. -- United States? : Diana Wood, 2022. -- 70 p.
   : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "For adults only." -- Erotic genre. --
   Call no.: PN6727.W5875 L402 2022
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Boy Sidekick & Totally Fabulous Man : Comics and Paper Doll
   Book / by Diana Wood. -- United States? : Diana Wood, 2022.
   -- 70 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Crossdressing
   Transvestite) -- "For adults." -- Superhero and erotic
   genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 B6 2022
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Boy Sidekick & Totally Fabulous Man. book two / by Diana Wood.
   -- United States? : Diana Wood, 2022. -- 27 p. : col. ill.
   ; 28 cm. -- (Crossdressing Transvestite) -- Superhero and
   erotic genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 B602 2022
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Transvestite Super Hero : Heroic Humiliation / Diana Wood. --
   United States? : Diana Wood, 2021. -- 42 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
   -- "For adults only." -- Superhero and erotic genres. --
   Call no.: PN6727.W5875 T73 2021
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The Drag Queen Diva Sandy. Terry Devine, Transvestite
   Detective / Diana Wood. -- United States? : Diana Wood,
   2022. -- 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Cover title: Sandy the
   Drag Queen Diva. -- Detective and erotic genres. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.W5875 D7 2022
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Forced to be a Girl! / Diana Wood. -- United States? : Diana
   Wood, 2022. -- 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "For adults only."
   -- About transvestites. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 F6 2022
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Transvestite Tales / Diana Wood. -- United States? : Diana
   Wood, 2021. -- 39 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "Adults only." --
   Call no.: PN6727.W5875 T74 2021
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Transvestite Tales. 2, Tran Trek / Diana Wood. -- United
   States? : Diana Wood, 2022. -- 40 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. --
   "For adults only." -- Partly a Star Trek parody. -- Science
   fiction and erotic genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 T7402
   2022
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Transvestite Executive Training : Submissive and Sexy / Diana
   Wood. -- United States? : Diana Wood, 2022. -- 52 p. : ill.
   ; 28 cm. -- "For adults only." -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875
   T72 2022
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Transvestite Fairy Tales. 1 / Diana Wood. -- United States? :
   Diana Wood, 2022. -- 46 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "For adults
   only." -- Contents: "Cinderella" ; "My Husband the Girl" ;
   "Black Kitten, the Transgender Avenger" part 1. -- Fantasy,
   superheroine and erotic genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875
   T723 2022
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Transvestite Fairy Tales. 2 / Diana Wood. -- United States? :
   Diana Wood, 2022. -- 49 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "For adults
   only." -- Contents: "Cinderella" part 2 ; "Black Kitten vs
   the Terror Sisters" (Black Kitten, part 2) ; "My Husband
   the Girl" part 2. -- Fantasy, superheroine and erotic
   genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.W5875 T72302 2022
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Fabulous Man's Best Pal Crossdressing Sissy Timmy Olson :
   Turned into a Girl! / written and drawn by Diana Wood. --
   United States? : Diana Wood, 2021. -- 58 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
   -- "Adults only." -- Contents: "Timmy Olson" ; "Ed Wood
   Jr." -- Begins with a takeoff on Superman's Pal, Jimmy
   Olsen. -- Superhero, parody and erotic genes. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.W5875 F3 2021
Wood, Edward D., Jr. (Edward Davis), 1924-1978
Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen--Parodies, Imitations, Etc.
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Comic Meets Theatre / herausgegeben von Annegret Hahn und
   Berit Schuck ; Übersetzungen aus dem Deutschen ins
   Englische von Pat Lanagan ; Redaktion, Anja Nioduschewski,
   Berit Schuck. -- Berlin : Theater der Zeit, 2006. -- 283 p.
   : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 22 x 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- In German and
   English. -- Published on the occasion of the Comic Meets
   Theatre festival, hosted by the Thalia Theatre Halle. --
   About comics and drama. -- Call no.: NC1360.C665 2006
Theater der Zeit (Berlin, Germany)
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Worth a Thousand Words : Using Graphic Novels to Teach Visual
   and Verbal Literacy / Meryl J. Jaffe and Talia Hurwich. --
   San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, 2019. -- 163 p. : col.
   ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references and
   index. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "While our
   kids today are communicating outside the classroom in
   abbreviated text bursts with visual icons, teachers are
   required to teach them to critically listen, think, and
   read and write complex texts. Graphic novels are a uniquely
   poised vehicle we can use to bridge this dissonance between
   student communication skills and preferences with mandated
   educational goals. Worth a Thousand Words details how and
   why graphic novels are complex texts with advanced-level
   vocabulary, and demonstrates how to read and analyze these
   texts. It includes practical advice on how to integrate
   these books into both ELA and content-area classrooms and
   provides an extensive list of appropriate graphic novels
   for K-8 students, lesson suggestions, paired graphic/prose
   reading suggestions, and additional resources for taking
   these texts further." -- A book about using comics in
   education. -- Call no.: LB1044.9.C59 J35 2019
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Selbst- und Fremdbilder von Roma in Comic und Graphic Novel :
   vom Holocaust bis zur Gegenwart / Marina Ortrud M.
   Hertrampf, Kirsten von Hagen (Hg.). -- München :
   AVM.Edition, Akademische Verlagsgemeinschaft München, 2021.
   -- 276 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm. --(Ästhetik(en) der
   Roma : Selbst- und Fremdrepräsentationen ; 3) -- Summary
   (back cover): "Roma sind als größte ethnische Minderheit
   seit Jahrhunderten in Europa heimisch und sind doch bis
   heute massiven Vorurteilen und rassistischen Ressentiments
   ausgesetzt. Die longue durée der vorurteilsbehafteten
   Heterostereotype spiegelt sich nicht nur in Alltag und
   Politik, sondern auch in den unterschiedlichen Formen des
   graphischen Erzählens. Mehrheitsgesellschaftliche Comics
   und Graphic Novels bedienen sich eines sehr eingeschränkten
   Repertoires althergebrachter Heterostereotype. In den
   gegenwärtig populären Geschichts- und Reportagecomics wird
   hingegen versucht, eben diesen Klischeebildern durch
   dokufiktionale Darstellungsmodi entgegenzuwirken. Diese
   Strategie findet sich auch bei vielen Selbstdarstellungen
   von Roma, die ganz explizit in den Fokus gerückt werden, um
   Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede von Selbst- und
   Fremddarstellungen sowie deren unterschiedliche Formen und
   Funktionen auszuloten. Der transdisziplinär-komparatistisch
   konzipierte Band nimmt dabei Perspektiven der Kultur- und
   Comicwissenschaften wie der Soziologie, Theologie und den
   Romani Studies ein. -- 8 German, 2 English contributions.
   -- A book about Romanies in European comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.E9 S45 2021
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Consequential Art : Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain /
   edited by Samuel Amago and Matthew J. Marr. -- Toronto :
   University of Toronto Press, 2019. -- 260 p. : ill. ; 24
   cm. -- (Toronto Iberic) -- Contents: "Drawing (on) Spanish
   History" / S. Amago. p. 31-64 ; "Comics, History and Memory
   in the '90s " 'Las Memorias de Amorós'" / Pedro Pérez del
   Solar. p. 65-99 ; "Shadows Have No Voice : Democratic
   Memory in Felipe Hernández Cava and Federico del Barrio's
   'El Artefacto Perverso' (1996) and Francisco and Miguel
   Gallardo's 'Un Largo Silencio' (1997) / Xavier Dapena. p.
   100-133 ; "Building a Home for Crisis Narrative :
   Intermediality and Comic(s) Pedagogy in Aleix Saló's
   'Españistan' Project" / M. Marr. p. 137-163 ; "Urban
   Ecology and Comics Journalism in Jorge Carrión and Sagar
   Forniés's 'Barcelona: Los Vagabundos de la Chatarra' (2015)
   / Christine M. Martínez. p. 164-191 ; "Post-op in the Real
   World : Cancer and Queer Resistance in Isabel Franc and
   Susanna Martín's "Alicia en un Mundo Real' (2011) / Emily
   Difilippo. p. 195-219 ; "How to Explain Comics to a Dead
   Hare : Intertextuality and Crisis in Rosana Antoli's
   Neo-Surrealist Graphic Novel 'Pareidolia' (2014) / Eduardo
   Ledesma. p. 220-251 -- Call no.: PN6775.C677 2019
Amago, Samuel, 1974-
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"Drawing (on) Spanish History" / Samuel Amago. p. 31-64 in
   Consequential Art : Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain
   (University of Toronto Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   PN6775.C677 2019
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"Comics, History and Memory in the '90s " 'Las Memorias de
   Amorós'" / Pedro Pérez del Solar. p. 65-99 in Consequential
   Art : Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain (University of
   Toronto Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6775.C677 2019
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"Shadows Have No Voice : Democratic Memory in Felipe Hernández
   Cava and Federico del Barrio's 'El Artefacto Perverso'
   (1996) and Francisco and Miguel Gallardo's 'Un Largo
   Silencio' (1997) / Xavier Dapena. p. 100-133 in
   Consequential Art : Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain
   (University of Toronto Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   PN6775.C677 2019
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"Building a Home for Crisis Narrative : Intermediality and
   Comic(s) Pedagogy in Aleix Saló's 'Españistan' Project" /
   Matthew J. Marr. p. 137-163 in Consequential Art : Comics
   Culture in Contemporary Spain (University of Toronto Press,
   2019). -- Call no.: PN6775.C677 2019
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"Urban Ecology and Comics Journalism in Jorge Carrión and
   Sagar Forniés's 'Barcelona: Los Vagabundos de la Chatarra'
   (2015) / Christine M. Martínez. p. 164-191 in Consequential
   Art : Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain (University of
   Toronto Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6775.C677 2019
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"Post-op in the Real World : Cancer and Queer Resistance in
   Isabel Franc and Susanna Martín's "Alicia en un Mundo Real'
   (2011) / Emily Difilippo. p. 195-219 in Consequential Art :
   Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain (University of Toronto
   Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6775.C677 2019
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"How to Explain Comics to a Dead Hare : Intertextuality and
   Crisis in Rosana Antoli's Neo-Surrealist Graphic Novel
   'Pareidolia' (2014) / Eduardo Ledesma. p. 220-251 in
   Consequential Art : Comics Culture in Contemporary Spain
   (University of Toronto Pr ess, 2019). -- Call no.:
   PN6775.C677 2019
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Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in
   Graphic Narratives / edited by Lisa DeTora and Jodi
   Cressman ; afterword by Frederick Luis Aldama. -- Leuven :
   Leuven University Press, 2021. -- 210 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- A book
   about human bodies and health in comics. -- Contents: "The
   Embodied Witness of Graphic Pathology" / J. Cressman. p.
   23-30 ; "Embodying the Mind : Social Metacognition in
   Graphic Medical Narratives" / Carl Fisher. p. 31-45 ;
   "Embodiments of Virtue : Depiction of Caste in Popular
   Indian Comics and Graphic Novels" / Shreya Sangal. p. 47-59
   ; "Graphic Experiences of Immigration, Migration, and
   Diaspora : Shaun Tan's 'The Arrival' and Matt Huynh's
   Interactive Graphic Adaptation of Nam Le's 'The Boat'" /
   Alison Halsall. p. 61-73 ; "Body Talk : A
   Cross-Disciplinary Course on Embodiment and Graphic Memoir"
   / Michael J. Klein. p. 75-86 ; "Women's Gazes and
   Non-Newtonian Embodiment in Scientific Graphic Biography" /
   L. DeTora. p. 89-101 ; "Sexology and/as Pornography :
   Considering the Sexologist's Desiring Gaze through Forberg
   and Avril's 'De Figuris Veneris'" / KJ Dykstra. p. 103-113
   ; "Spatialzing Women's Bodies in Italian Comics : A
   Gender-Sociological Perspective" / Barbara Grüning. p.
   115-125 ; "Mother Nature, She's a Bitch : Maternity and
   Ecofeminism in 'This One Summer'" / Lauren Rizzuto. p.
   127-137 ; "A Thin Line Between the Inside and the Outside :
   HIV and Graphic Life Writing" / Jordana Greenblatt. p.
   141-152 ; "The Price of an Ending : Reading Graphic
   Embodiment in 'Cancer Vixen'" / Antonio J. Ferraro. p.
   153-162 ; "Voiceless Bodies : Drawing Autism and Depression
   in Bef's 'Maria Speaks'" / Radmila Lale Stefkova. p.
   163-172 ; "Full Bleed : the Graphic Period at the End of
   the Menstrual Narrative" / Jeannie Ludlow. p. 173-183 --
   Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021
DeTora, Lisa, 1966-
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"The Embodied Witness of Graphic Pathology" / J. Cressman. p.
   23-30 in Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and
   Embodiment in Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Embodying the Mind : Social Metacognition in Graphic Medical
   Narratives" / Carl Fisher. p. 31-45 in Graphic Embodiments
   : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in Graphic
   Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Embodiments of Virtue : Depiction of Caste in Popular Indian
   Comics and Graphic Novels" / Shreya Sangal. p. 47-59 in
   Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment
   in Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Graphic Experiences of Immigration, Migration, and Diaspora :
   Shaun Tan's 'The Arrival' and Matt Huynh's Interactive
   Graphic Adaptation of Nam Le's 'The Boat'" / Alison
   Halsall. p. 61-73 in Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on
   Health and Embodiment in Graphic Narratives (Leuven
   University Press, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Body Talk : A Cross-Disciplinary Course on Embodiment and
   Graphic Memoir" / Michael J. Klein. p. 75-86 in Graphic
   Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in
   Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Women's Gazes and Non-Newtonian Embodiment in Scientific
   Graphic Biography" / L. DeTora. p. 89-101 in Graphic
   Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in
   Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Sexology and/as Pornography : Considering the Sexologist's
   Desiring Gaze through Forberg and Avril's 'De Figuris
   Veneris'" / KJ Dykstra. p. 103-113 in Graphic Embodiments :
   Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in Graphic Narratives
   (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6714.G695
   2021 
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"Spatialzing Women's Bodies in Italian Comics : A
   Gender-Sociological Perspective" / Barbara Grüning. p.
   115-125 in Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and
   Embodiment in Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Mother Nature, She's a Bitch : Maternity and Ecofeminism in
   'This One Summer'" / Lauren Rizzuto. p. 127-137 in Graphic
   Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in
   Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"A Thin Line Between the Inside and the Outside : HIV and
   Graphic Life Writing" / Jordana Greenblatt. p. 141-152 in
   Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment
   in Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"The Price of an Ending : Reading Graphic Embodiment in
   'Cancer Vixen'" / Antonio J. Ferraro. p. 153-162 in Graphic
   Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in
   Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6714.G695 2021 
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"Voiceless Bodies : Drawing Autism and Depression in Bef's
   'Maria Speaks'" / Radmila Lale Stefkova. p. 163-172 in
   Graphic Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment
   in Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). --
   Original title: Habla María. -- Call no.: PN6714.G695 2021
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"Full Bleed : the Graphic Period at the End of the Menstrual
   Narrative" / Jeannie Ludlow. p. 173-183 in Graphic
   Embodiments : Perspectives on Health and Embodiment in
   Graphic Narratives (Leuven University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6714.G695 2021
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Existentialist Comics : Bande Dessinée and the Art of Ethics /
   Elizabeth Benjamin. -- Oxford, United Kingdom : Peter Lang
   Limited, 2021. -- 210 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (European
   Connections : Studies in Comparative Literature,
   Intermediality and Aesthetics ; v. 44) -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Summary (from back
   cover): "Comics have great potential to depict an almost
   infinite range of themes, questions and lives. But what
   about their ability to express and interpret philosophical
   concepts? How can we differentiate between the
   representation of theoretical concepts in and of
   themselves, and the impact of comics techniques on the
   legacy of philosophers, their lives and their thought? This
   book explores the historical and artistic value of
   representing lives through the medium of bande dessinée
   (BD), French-language comics. The text analyses three
   biographical BDs dedicated to the lives of Jean-Paul
   Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Albert Camus as well as a
   selection of print and online comics that extend the legacy
   of these philosophers and their historical movement. The
   work is the first to analyse biographical BD through the
   lens of Existentialism, offering a new theory of reading
   biographical comics. The research not only contributes a
   novel approach to comics but also an enhanced understanding
   of Existentialism and the Existentialists, including their
   enduring contemporary relevance." --  A book about
   biographical comics about existentialists, and ethics in
   comics. -- Call no.: PN6745.B44 2021
Sartre--Articles About. Carquain, Sophie--Miscellanea.
   Lenzini, José--Miscellanea. Simone de Beauvoir--Articles
   About. Camus, entre Justice et Mère--Articles About.
   Ramadier, Mathilde, 1987- --Miscellanea.
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Brass Cheek : the Sex Films of Tinto Brass / Jon Abbott. --
   England? : Jon Abbott, 2022. -- 122 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm.
   -- "Italian erotic comics of the '70s" p. 89-102. --
   "Excerpted from 'The Maestro,' a chapter from the author's
   Strange New Worlds : Sex Films of the 1970s." -- "A naked
   pulp special." -- Call no.: PN1995.9.S45 A22 2022
Abbott, Jon, 1956-
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A Brief History of Superheroes / Brian J. Robb. --
   Philadelphia, PA : Running Press, 2014. -- 298 p. ; 20 cm.
   -- (A Brief History of) -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Subtitle on cover: From Superman
   to The Avengers, the Evolution of Comic Book Legends. --
   Contents: Comic books to blockbusters: the rise of the
   superhero ; Secret origins: the pre-history of the
   superhero ; Superman arrives: the first comic book
   superhero ; Batman begins: the birth of the Dark Knight ;
   Superheroes go to war! ; Superheroes versus the comics
   code! ; Marvel rising; The Marvel age ; Superheroes or
   anti-heroes? ; Superheroes deconstructed ; Superheroes
   reconstructed ; Superheroes beyond the page: up, up, and
   away! ; Superheroes beyond the page: believing a man can
   fly ; Superheroes beyond the page: the Marvel age of
   movies. -- Call no.: PN6725.R56 2014
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Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel : Militarism and Feminism in
   Comics and Film / Carolyn Cocca. -- Abingdon, Oxon :
   Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021. -- 102 p. : ill. ;
   23 cm. -- (Routledge Focus on Gender, Sexuality, and
   Comics) -- Includes bibliographical references and index.
   -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "This book explores
   representations of Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel in
   comics and film, as well as political struggles over these
   works, to illuminate contemporary cultural concerns about
   gender, sexuality, race, migration, imperialism, and war"
   -- Call no.: PN6728.W62 Z5 C6 2021
Cocca, Carolyn, 1971-
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Graphic Encounters : Comics and the Sponsorship of Multimodal
   Literacy / Dale Jacobs. -- New York : Bloomsbury, 2013. --
   230 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. --Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Summary (from back cover): "With
   the recent explosion of activity and discussion surrounding
   comics, it seems timely to examine how we might think about
   the multiple ways in which comics are read and consumed.
   Graphic Encounters moves beyond seeing the reading of
   comics as a debased or simplified word-based literacy. Dale
   Jacobs argues compellingly that we should consider comics
   as multimodal texts in which meaning is created through
   linguistic, visual, audio, gestural, and spatial realms in
   order to achieve effects and meanings that would not be
   possible in either a strictly print or strictly visual
   text. Jacobs advances two key ideas: one, that reading
   comics involves a complex, multimodal literacy and, two,
   that by studying how comics are used to sponsor multimodal
   literacy, we can engage more deeply with the ways students
   encounter and use these and other multimodal texts. Looking
   at the history of how comics have been used by publishers,
   churches, schools, and libraries, among others, will help
   us think more clearly about multimodal literacy, comics
   readers, and comics themselves." -- Call no.: LB1044.9.C59
   J33 2013
Jacobs, Dale, 1966-
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Alienation : Migration in Graphic Novels / Barbara Eder. --
   Berlin : Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021. -- 173 p. : ill.
   (some col.) ; 24 cm. -- (Bildnarrative ; Band 11) --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-173). -- A book
   about emigration and immigration in comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6714.E23 2021
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Abstrakt? Abstrakt! : Abstraktion und Bildgeschichte /
   Dietrich Grünewald. -- Berlin : Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag,
   2021. -- 240 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 225-235) and index. -- A
   book about abstract art in comics, mainly alternative
   comics. -- Call no.: PN6714.G767 2021
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Die Sprache in italienischen und deutschen Graphic Novels :
   eine kontrastive Darstellung / Erika Chiari Galli. --
   München : GRIN Verlag, 2014. -- 216 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   Diplomarbeit, Università degli Studi di Torino, 2014. -- A
   book about language in Italian and German comics. -- Call
   no.: PN6714.C457 2014
Chiari Galli, Erika.
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Drawing the Past / Dorian L. Alexander, Michael Goodrum,
   Philip Smith. -- Jackson : University Press of Mississippi,
   2022. -- ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Contents: v 1. Comics and the
   historical imagination in the United States ; v. 2. Comics
   and the historical imagination in the world. -- Books about
   history in comics. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-2. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022
Goodrum, Michael D., 1983-
Smith, Phil, 1975-
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Drawing the Past, v. 1 : Comics and the Historical Imagination
   in the United States(University Press of Mississippi,
   2022). -- ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- CONTENTS: "Coming Home to 'Legacy'
   : Marvel's Problem with History" / Martin Flanagan. p.
   21-46 ; "Diana in No Man's Land : Wonder Woman and the
   History of the World War" / Bridget Keown & Maryanne Rhett.
   p. 47-64 ; "Flags of Our Fathers : Imperial Decline,
   National Identity, and Allohistory in Marvel Comics" /
   Lawrence Abrams & Kaleb Knoblauch. p. 65-87 : "The Buckaroo
   of the Badlands : Carl Barks, Don Rosa, and (Re)Envisioning
   the West" / Peter Cullen Bryan. p. 88-105 ; "Victor Charles
   and Marvin the ARVN : Vietnamese as Enemy and Ally in
   American War Comic Books" / Stephen Connor. p. 109-141 ;
   "Magneto the Survivor : Redemption, Cold War Fears, and the
   'Americanization of the Holocaust' in Chris Claremont's
   Uncanny X-Men (1975-1991)" / Martin Lund. p. 142-162 ; "How
   Would You Like to go Back through the Ages in Search of
   Yourself? : Time Travel Comics, Internationalism, and the
   American Century" / Jordan Newton. p. 163-176 ; "Federal
   Bureau of Illustration : Comics Depictions of J. Edgar
   Hoover" / Max Bledstein. p. 179-194 ; "When Hawkman met
   Tailgunner Joe : How the Justice Society of America
   Constructs the Fifties as a Usable Past" / Matthew J.
   Costello. p. 195-211 ; "AfterShock's Rough Riders and
   Reification of Race Reimagined" / Christina M. Knopf. p.
   212-227 ; "Out There Hunting Monsters : Manifest Destiny,
   the Monstrosity of the American West, and the Gothic
   Character of American History / Michael Fuchs & Stefan
   Rabitsch. p. 228-251. -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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Drawing the Past, v. 2 : Comics and the Historical Imagination
   in the World (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. --
   CONTENTS: "Beyond Paper Walls" / Adam Fotos. p. 17-36 ; "A
   Tarnished Bronze Age? : Divergent Comic Book Receptions of
   Homeric Greece" / Chris Bishop. p. 37-55 ; "The Gutters of
   History : Geopolitical Pasts and Imperial Presents in
   Recent Graphic Nonfiction" / Dominic Davies. p. 56-78 ;
   "Back to the (Socialist) Future : History, Time Travel, and
   East German Education in Mosaik von Hannes Hegen, 1958-74"
   / Sean Eedy. p. 79-100 ; "Why Hair Matters : Cultural
   Impact and Appreciation in Viking and Modern Societies" /
   Lillian Céspedes González. p. 101-120 ; "Re-presenting the
   Past, Reinventing Comics : the Reader/Viewer as Witness in
   Joe Sacco's The Great War" / Malgorzata Olsza. p. 123-143 ;
   "Monstrez-vous en Tutu : Obsessional Identity and
   Interpersonal Histories in the Post-Traumatic Bandes
   Dessinées of Nawel Louerrad" / Edward Still. p. 144-172 ;
   "Zikai Feng's Chinese Cartoons During the War of Resistance
   Against Japan" / Jing Zhang. p. 173-196 ; "At the Going
   Down of the Sun : Vampires, Comics, and the World Wars" /
   David Budgen. p. 197-216 ; "Rogues, Devilry, and Strange
   Wonders : Re-presenting Early Modernity in Neil Gaiman's
   Marvel 1602 / David Hitchcock. p. 219-235 ; "The World as
   it Was/Could Have Been? : the Depiction and
   (Re)Interpretation of Medieval History in Jour J" / Iain A.
   MacInnes. p. 236-264 ; "Perverse Victoriana in The League
   of Extraordinary Gentlemen" / Robert Hutton. p. 265-279 ;
   "Japan's Joan of Arc : Deterritorializing the Maid of
   Orleans through Manga" / Simon Gough. p. 280-296 ; "An
   All-Purpose Symbol : V for Vendetta and the History of a
   Floating Signifier Called Guy" / Lewis Call. p. 297-314. --
   Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Coming Home to 'Legacy' : Marvel's Problem with History" /
   Martin Flanagan. p. 21-46 in Drawing the Past, v. 1
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Diana in No Man's Land : Wonder Woman and the History of the
   World War" / Bridget Keown & Maryanne Rhett. p. 47-64 in
   Drawing the Past, v. 1 (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Flags of Our Fathers : Imperial Decline, National Identity,
   and Allohistory in Marvel Comics" / Lawrence Abrams & Kaleb
   Knoblauch. p. 65-87 in Drawing the Past, v. 1 (University
   Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022
   v.1
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"The Buckaroo of the Badlands : Carl Barks, Don Rosa, and
   (Re)Envisioning the West" / Peter Cullen Bryan. p. 88-105
   in Drawing the Past, v. 1 (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Victor Charles and Marvin the ARVN : Vietnamese as Enemy and
   Ally in American War Comic Books" / Stephen Connor. p.
   109-141 in Drawing the Past, v. 1 (University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Magneto the Survivor : Redemption, Cold War Fears, and the
   'Americanization of the Holocaust' in Chris Claremont's
   Uncanny X-Men (1975-1991)" / Martin Lund. p. 142-162 in
   Drawing the Past, v. 1 (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"How Would You Like to go Back through the Ages in Search of
   Yourself? : Time Travel Comics, Internationalism, and the
   American Century" / Jordan Newton. p. 163-176 in Drawing
   the Past, v. 1 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). --
   Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Federal Bureau of Illustration : Comics Depictions of J.
   Edgar Hoover" / Max Bledstein. p. 179-194 in Drawing the
   Past, v. 1 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"When Hawkman met Tailgunner Joe : How the Justice Society of
   America Constructs the Fifties as a Usable Past" / Matthew
   J. Costello. p. 195-211 in Drawing the Past, v. 1
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"AfterShock's Rough Riders and Reification of Race Reimagined"
   / Christina M. Knopf. p. 212-227 in Drawing the Past, v. 1
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Out There Hunting Monsters : Manifest Destiny, the
   Monstrosity of the American West, and the Gothic Character
   of American History / Michael Fuchs & Stefan Rabitsch. p.
   228-251 in Drawing the Past, v. 1 (University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.1
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"Beyond Paper Walls" / Adam Fotos. p. 17-36 in Drawing the
   Past, v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"A Tarnished Bronze Age? : Divergent Comic Book Receptions of
   Homeric Greece" / Chris Bishop. p 37-55 in Drawing the
   Past, v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"The Gutters of History : Geopolitical Pasts and Imperial
   Presents in Recent Graphic Nonfiction" / Dominic Davies. p.
   56-78 in Drawing the Past, v. 2 (University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Back to the (Socialist) Future : History, Time Travel, and
   East German Education in Mosaik von Hannes Hegen, 1958-74"
   / Sean Eedy. p. 79-100 in Drawing the Past, v. 2
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Why Hair Matters : Cultural Impact and Appreciation in Viking
   and Modern Societies" / Lillian Céspedes González. p.
   101-120 in Drawing the Past, v. 2 (University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Re-presenting the Past, Reinventing Comics : the
   Reader/Viewer as Witness in Joe Sacco's The Great War" /
   Malgorzata Olsza. p. 123-143 in Drawing the Past, v. 2
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Monstrez-vous en Tutu : Obsessional Identity and
   Interpersonal Histories in the Post-Traumatic Bandes
   Dessinées of Nawel Louerrad" / Edward Still. p. 144-172 in
   Drawing the Past, v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Zikai Feng's Chinese Cartoons During the War of Resistance
   Against Japan" / Jing Zhang. p. 173-196 in Drawing the
   Past, v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
Zhang, Jing.
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"At the Going Down of the Sun : Vampires, Comics, and the
   World Wars" / David Budgen. p. 197-216 in Drawing the Past,
   v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Rogues, Devilry, and Strange Wonders : Re-presenting Early
   Modernity in Neil Gaiman's Marvel 1602 / David Hitchcock.
   p. 219-235 in Drawing the Past, v. 2 (University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"The World as it Was/Could Have Been? : the Depiction and
   (Re)Interpretation of Medieval History in Jour J" / Iain A.
   MacInnes. p. 236-264 in Drawing the Past, v. 2 (University
   Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022
   v.2
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"Perverse Victoriana in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen"
   / Robert Hutton. p. 265-279 in Drawing the Past, v. 2
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"Japan's Joan of Arc : Deterritorializing the Maid of Orleans
   through Manga" / Simon Gough. p. 280-296 in Drawing the
   Past, v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi, 2022). --
   Article about various characters ca	lled Jannu Daruku in
   Japanese comics. -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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"An All-Purpose Symbol : V for Vendetta and the History of a
   Floating Signifier Called Guy" / Lewis Call. p. 297-314 in
   Drawing the Past, v. 2 (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022). -- Call no.: PN6725.D73 2022 v.2
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The Destiny Gate / written & illustrated by Euwarnii Hughes.
   -- Poughkeepsie, New York : Great Gale, LLC, 2020. -- 1 v.
   : ill. ; 22 cm. --(Boldsaga : Brave Onwards Limit Destroyer
   ; 1) -- "Boldsaga is an Afrofuturistic manga that follows
   the adventures of Masego, a meek teen who dreams of joining
   the elite prep academy of warriors called Nebula." --
   Superhero genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.H7763 B6 2020
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Boost / written & illustrated by Euwarnii Hughes. --
   Poughkeepsie, New York : Great Gale, LLC, 2020. -- 1 v. :
   ill. ; 20 cm. -- (Boldsaga : Brave Onwards Limit Destroyer
   ; 2) -- "The rite of passage reaches its final round, Shani
   vs Inyoni. Can she defeat her irate opponent? Following
   this a massive explosion erupts, forcing Masego to rise to
   the challenge. It's a dangerous race against time to save
   his mom and dad. Does he have what it takes? Can he outrun
   the ferocious flames? Find out in this riveting chapter of
   Afrofuturism manga, Boldsaga!" -- Superhero genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.H7763 B602 2020
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Sugar Falls : a Residential School Story / story, David A.
   Robertson ; illustrations, Scott B. Henderson ; colours,
   Donovan Yaciuk ; with a foreword by Senator Murray
   Sinclair. -- Winnipeg, Manitoba : HighWater Press, 2021. --
   40 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "10th anniversary edition."
   -- Summary (from back cover): "From Governor-General's
   Award-winning writer David A. Robertson comes this special
   edition of the timeless graphic novel that introduced the
   world to the awe-inspiring resilience of Betty Ross, and
   shared her story of strength, family, and culture. A school
   assignment to interview a residential school survivor leads
   Daniel to Betsy, who tells him her story. Abandoned as a
   young child, Betsy was soon adopted into a loving family. A
   few short years later, at the age of 8, everything changed.
   Betsy was taken away to a residential school. There she was
   forced to endure abuse and indignity, but Betsy recalled
   the words her father spoke to her at Sugar Falls--words
   that gave her the resilience, strength, and determination
   to survive. Sugar Falls is based on the true story of Betty
   Ross, Elder from Cross Lake First Nation. We wish to
   acknowledge, with the utmost gratitude, Betty's generosity
   in sharing her story. A portion of the proceeds from the
   sale of Sugar Falls goes to support the bursary program for
   The Helen Betty Osborne Memorial Foundation. This
   10th-anniversary edition brings David A. Robertson's
   national bestseller to life in full colour, with a foreword
   by Senator Murray Sinclair, Chairman of the Truth and
   Reconciliation Commission of Canada, and a touching
   afterword from Elder Betty Ross herself." -- Historical
   genre, about indigenous peoples, boarding schools and child
   abuse in Canada. -- Call no.: PN6733.H403 S8 2021 Yaciuk,
   Donovan, 1975-
Sinclair, Murray, 1951-
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Black Panther and Philosophy : What can Wakanda Offer the
   world? / edited by Edwardo Pérez and Timothy E. Brown. --
   Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2022. -- 269 p. ; 23
   cm. -- (The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series) --
   Includes bibli ographical references and index. -- A book
   about the character and the film, and about Afrofuturism.
   -- Contents: "A Few Words from the Wakandan International
   Outreach Centre" (introduction) p. 1-2 ; "Challenge Day :
   Tradition and Revolution in Wakanda" / Armond Boudreaux. p.
   5-13 ; "Transforming Wakanda : Justice (or Not?) in Black
   Panther" / Steve Bein & Deana Lewis. p. 14-21 ; "Sins of
   the Fathers : Historical Injustice and Its Repair in Black
   Panther" / Ben Almassi. p. 22-31 ; "What Would You Have
   Wakanda Do About It? : Black Panther, Global Justice, and
   African Philosophy" / Christine Hobden. p. 32-41 ;
   "T'Challa's Liberalism and Killmonger's Pan-Africanism" /
   Stephen C.W. Graves. p. 42-49 ; "Panther Virtue : The Many
   Roles of T'Challa" / Mark D. White. p. 53-60 ; "Should
   Wakanda Take Over the World? : The Ethics of International
   Power" / Greg Littmann. p. 61-69 ; "T'Challa, the
   Revolutionary King : Legitimation Crises in Wakanda" /
   Kevin J. Porter. p. 70-79 ; "T'Challa's Machiavellian
   Methods" / Ian J. Drake & Matthew B. Lloyd. p. 80-86 ;
   "Understanding the Reigns of T'Challa and Killmonger
   Through Hanah Arendt" / Jolynna Sinanan. p. 87-93 ;
   "Beastly Boys : The Racial-Sexual Politics of Meat" / Sofia
   Huerter. p. 97-106 ; "Panther Mystique : Wakandan Feminism
   Demystified" / J. Lenore Wright & E. Pérez. p. 107-122 ;
   "The Ancestral Plane : Metaphysical Mystery or Meaningful
   Metaphor?" / Dean A. Kowalski. p. 123-131 ; "The Afterlife
   of Erik Killmonger in African Philosophy" / Paul A. Dottin.
   p. 132-151 ; "Wakandan Resources : The Epistemological
   Reality of Black Panther's Fiction" / Ruby Komic. p.
   152-161 ; "When Tech Meets Tradition : How Wakandan
   Technology Transcends Anti-Blackness" / Timothy E. Brown.
   p. 165-174 ; "Vibranium Dreams and Afrofuturist Visions :
   Technology, Nature, and Culture" / Alessio Gerola. p.
   175-183 ; "Black Panther's Afrofuturism : Reconnecting
   Neural and Cultural Pathways" / Michael J. Gormley,
   Benjamin D. Wendorf, & Ryan Solinsky. p. 184-192 ; "Wakanda
   and the Dilemma of Racial Utopianism" / Juan M.
   Floyd-Thomas. p. 193-202 ; "The Value of Vibranium" / E.
   Pérez. p. 203-209 ; "Dismantling the Master's House with
   the Master's Tools" / Thenayi M. Jackson. p. 213-220 ; "An
   Impossible Return? : (Anti)Colonialism in/of Black Panther"
   / Julio C. Covarrubias-Cabeza. p. 221-229 ; "T'Challa's
   Dream and Killmonger's Means : Echoes of MLK and Malcolm X"
   / Gerald Browning. p. 230-237 ; "It's Time They Knew the
   Truth About Us! We're Warriors! : Black Panther and the
   Black Panther Party" / Karen Joan Kohoutek. p. 238-246 ;
   "Fear of a Black Museum : Black Existentialism in Black
   Panther" / Charles F. Peterson. p. 247-255. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"A Few Words from the Wakandan International Outreach Centre"
   (introduction) p. 1-2 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John
   Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Challenge Day : Tradition and Revolution in Wakanda" / Armond
   Boudreaux. p. 5-13 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John
   Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Transforming Wakanda : Justice (or Not?) in Black Panther" /
   Steve Bein & Deana Lewis. p. 14-21 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Sins of the Fathers : Historical Injustice and Its Repair in
   Black Panther" / Ben Almassi. p. 22-31 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"What Would You Have Wakanda Do About It? : Black Panther,
   Global Justice, and African Philosophy" / Christine Hobden.
   p. 32-41 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley &
   Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"T'Challa's Liberalism and Killmonger's Pan-Africanism" /
   Stephen C.W. Graves. p. 42-49 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Panther Virtue : The Many Roles of T'Challa" / Mark D. White.
   p. 53-60 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley &
   Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Should Wakanda Take Over the World? : The Ethics of
   International Power" / Greg Littmann. p. 61-69 in Black
   Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"T'Challa, the Revolutionary King : Legitimation Crises in
   Wakanda" / Kevin J. Porter. p. 70-79 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"T'Challa's Machiavellian Methods" / Ian J. Drake & Matthew B.
   Lloyd. p. 80-86 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley
   & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Understanding the Reigns of T'Challa and Killmonger Through
   Hanah Arendt" / Jolynna Sinanan. p. 87-93 in Black Panther
   and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Beastly Boys : The Racial-Sexual Politics of Meat" / Sofia
   Huerter. p. 97-106 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John
   Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Panther Mystique : Wakandan Feminism Demystified" / J. Lenore
   Wright & E. Pérez. p. 107-122 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"The Ancestral Plane : Metaphysical Mystery or Meaningful
   Metaphor?" / Dean A. Kowalski. p. 123-131 in Black Panther
   and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"The Afterlife of Erik Killmonger in African Philosophy" /
   Paul A. Dottin. p. 132-151 in Black Panther and Philosophy
   (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55
   2022
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"Wakandan Resources : The Epistemological Reality of Black
   Panther's Fiction" / Ruby Komic. p. 152-161 in Black
   Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"When Tech Meets Tradition : How Wakandan Technology
   Transcends Anti-Blackness" / Timothy E. Brown. p. 165-174
   in Black Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Vibranium Dreams and Afrofuturist Visions : Technology,
   Nature, and Culture" / Alessio Gerola. p. 175-183 in Black
   Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Black Panther's Afrofuturism : Reconnecting Neural and
   Cultural Pathways" / Michael J. Gormley, Benjamin D.
   Wendorf, & Ryan Solinsky. p. 184-192 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Wakanda and the Dilemma of Racial Utopianism" / Juan M.
   Floyd-Thomas. p. 193-202 in Black Panther and Philosophy
   (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55
   2022
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"The Value of Vibranium" / E. Pérez. p. 203-209 in Black
   Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Dismantling the Master's House with the Master's Tools" /
   Thenayi M. Jackson. p. 213-220 in Black Panther and
   Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"An Impossible Return? : (Anti)Colonialism in/of Black
   Panther" / Julio C. Covarrubias-Cabeza. p. 221-229 in Black
   Panther and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call
   no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"T'Challa's Dream and Killmonger's Means : Echoes of MLK and
   Malcolm X" / Gerald Browning. p. 230-237 in Black Panther
   and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"It's Time They Knew the Truth About Us! We're Warriors! :
   Black Panther and the Black Panther Party" / Karen Joan
   Kohoutek. p. 238-246 in Black Panther and Philosophy (John
   Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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"Fear of a Black Museum : Black Existentialism in Black
   Panther" / Charles F. Peterson. p. 247-255 in Black Panther
   and Philosophy (John Wiley & Sons, 2022). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 B55 2022
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Black Sun : the Longest Night. -- Toronto, ON : Black Sun
   Comics, 2016- . -- ill. ; 23 cm. -- Written & illustrated
   by Kelvin Nyeusi Mawazo. --  Library copies of issues 01
   and 02 are "Second edition," 2018. -- Fantasy genre, with
   Afrofuturistic intent expressed in author's note, issue 1.
   -- LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-4 (2018). -- Call no.: PN6734.B573
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The Future of Black : Afrofuturism, Black Comics, and
   Superhero Poetry / edited by Len Lawson, Cynthia Manick,
   and Gary Jackson. -- Durham, NC : Blair, 2021. -- 234 p. :
   col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references
   (p. 231-234). -- "A collection of more than 60 artists,
   writers, and poets imagining distant and not-so-distant
   future landscapes, reclaiming our histories, remixing
   established heroes and icons while creating new ones, and
   illustrating the everyday disasters and miracles of what it
   means to be Black today, tomorrow, and yesterday."  -- Call
   no.: PS591.B53 F88 2021
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Four Faces of the Moon / written and created by Amanda Strong.
   -- Toronto  : Annick Press, 2021. -- 202 p. : col. ill. ;
   26 cm. -- Adapted from the stop-motion animated film of the
   same name, written and directed by Amanda Strong. --
   Includes some text in Northern Michif, Cree, Nakoda, and
   Anishinaabemowin. -- Afterword: Who are the Métis? / by
   Sherry Farrell Racette. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 199). -- About the indigenous peoples of
   Canada. -- Call no.: PN6733.S77 F6 2021
Strong, Amanda, 1984-
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Post Americana / Steve Skroce, story/art ; Dave Stewart,
   colors ; Fonografiks, letters/design. -- Portland, OR :
   Image Comics, 2021. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
   --	Originally published in single magazine form as Post
   Americana #1-7. -- Summary (from back cover): "The Cheyenne
   Mountain installation, also known as the Bubble, is the
   most sophisticated superbunker in the world, built to
   ensure the survival of American government's executive
   branch, as well as America's most important citizens,
   should the unthinkable happen. When the world ended, the
   executive branch didn't reach the sanctuary, but the elite
   citizenry did. Eighty years later, one of their own has
   named himself the new president of the United States. His
   plan? Subjugate the survivors of the American Wasteland
   using the same bunker resources meant to rebuild it. The
   only thing standing in their way is a deadly Wasteland girl
   hellbent on revenge!" -- Science fiction genre, a dystopia
   and a post-apocalpyse story. -- Call no.: PN6727.S5812 P6
   2021
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Resurrection : Comics in Post-Soviet Russia / José Alaniz. --
   Columbus : The Ohio State University Press, 2022. -- 247 p.
   : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Studies in Comics and Cartoons) --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-238) and index.
   -- Contents: Prologue. The Maus that roared ; 1. A time of
   troubles: the first post-Soviet decade (1990-1999) ; 2.
   Russian comics under Putin (2000-?) ; 3. The publishers:
   why now? and what comes next? ; 4. The mighty Bubble
   marching society (and its discontents) ; 5. Post-Soviet
   graphic narrative in the mirror, or Komiks that matter ; 6.
   Post-Soviet masculinity and the superhero ; 7. Elephants
   and DJs: komiks and disability ; Conclusion. The nonfiction
   turn. -- Call no.: PN6790.S7 A42 2022
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Panama Al Brown : el Enigma de la Fuerza / guion, Jacques
   Goldstein ; guion y dibujo, Alex W. Inker ; traducción,
   Jorge Garcia Valcárcel. -- Madrid : Ediciones Kraken, 2018.
   -- 164 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- Translation of: Panama Al
   Brown, l'énigme de la force. -- Biographical genre, about a
   boxer. -- Call no.: PN6747 .I53 P317 2017
Brown, Al, 1902-1961
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Twentieth Century Australian Comic Books / Roger Morrison. --
   Australia : Roger Morrison, 2022. -- 306 p. ; 28 cm. --
   "This book is an index. It provides, for the first time,
   the title of every comic book published in Australia in the
   twentieth century. It also provides the names of publishers
   and indicates whether the title was a series or a one-shot.
   Included are not only compilations of Australian drawn
   comic strips, but also all Australian published
   compilations of comics originating in America, England,
   Spain, Italy, Sweden and New Zealand"--back cover. -- Call
   no.: PN6790.A8 M63 2022
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If I Go Missing / text by Brianna Jonnie and Nahanni Shingoose
   ; art by Nshannacappo. -- Toronto : James Lorimer & Company
   Ltd., Publishers, 2020. -- 64 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 x
   25 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 59). --
   Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "If I Go Missing is
   derived from excerpts of a letter that went viral and was
   also the basis of a documentary film. In her letter, Jonnie
   calls out the authorities for neglecting to immediately
   investigate missing Indigenous people and urges them to
   "not treat me as the Indigenous person I am proud to be" if
   she were to be reported missing. Indigenous artist Neal
   Shannacappo provides the artwork. Through his
   illustrations, he imagines a situation in which a young
   Indigenous woman does disappear, portraying the reaction of
   her community, her friends, the police, and media." --
   About indigenous women missing persons. -- Call no.:
   PN6733.S473 I34 2020
Shingoose, Nahanni.
Shannacappo, Neal.
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Afrofuturism in Black Panther : Gender, Identity, and the
   Re-making of Blackness / edited by Renée T. White, Karen A.
   Ritzenhoff. -- Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 2021. --
   364 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- A book about the motion picture
   version of the comic book superhero. -- Contents: "I Dream
   a World : Black Panther and the Re-Making of Blackness" /
   R.T. White. p. 21-32 ; "The Power in Numbers : Ensemble
   Stunt Performance in Black Panther and Histories of
   Practice" / Lauren Steimer. p. 33-52 ; "From Expressivity
   to Equanimity : Locating New Black Action Aesthetics in
   Black Panther" / Wayne Wong. p. 53-72 ; "Paid the Cost to
   be the Boss : Chadwick Boseman, Black Panther, and the
   Future of the Black Biopic" / Mikal J. Gaines. p. 73-86 ;
   "Let Ayo Have a Girlfriend : Resisting Black Lesbian
   Erasure on Twitter" / Sarah E.S. Sinwell. p. 87-102 ; "Tell
   Me a Story Baba : Black Panther and Wakanda's Foreign
   Policy in the Age of Neoliberalism" / Clarence Lusane. p.
   103-126 ; "The Underground Railroad as Afrofuturism :
   Enslaved Blacks That Imagined Freedom, Future, and Space" /
   Dann J. Broyld. p. 127-152 ; "The Evolution of the Dora
   Milaje : Wakanda's Greatest Warriors in Comics and Film" /
   Joshua Truelove. p. 153-170 ; "The Prince Will Now Have the
   Strength of the Black Panther Stripped Away : Reading
   Disability and Queerness in Killmonger" / Dominique Young.
   p. 171-186 ; "Only When She Wants To : Code-Switching in
   Black Panther" / Paul Moffett. p. 187-202 ; "The Dora
   Milaje in Real Life : A Continuing Legacy of African
   Warriors" / Myron T. Strong, K. Sean Chaplin, & Giselle
   Greenidge. p. 203-214 ; "Echoes of the History of Black
   Utopian Visions, Black Manhood, and Black Feminism in the
   Making of Black Panther" / Dolita Cathcart. p. 215-244 ;
   "Tradition, Purpose, and Technology : An Archaeological
   Take on the Role of Technological Progress in Black
   Panther" / Shayla Monroe. p. 245-266 ; "Reflections on
   Black Panther and the Traditions of Third Cinema" / Cynthia
   Baron. p. 267-286 ; "The Depiction of Homeschooling, Black
   Identity, and Political Thought in the Film Black Panther"
   / Khadijah Z. Ali-Coleman. p. 287-297 ; "Two Paths to the
   Future : Radical Cosmopolitanism and Counter-Colonial
   Dignity in Black Panther" / Neal Curtis. p. 299-314 ; "My
   Bloodright : A Critical Analysis of Black Panther's Erik
   Killmonger, Colonialism, and Hybrid Identity" / Gabriel A.
   Cruz. p. 315-332 ; "The Other Worlds of Black Panther's
   Purple Heart-Shaped Herb" / Paul Karolczyk. p. 333-350. --
   Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"I Dream a World : Black Panther and the Re-Making of
   Blackness" / Renée T. White. p. 21-32 in Afrofuturism in
   Black Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"The Power in Numbers : Ensemble Stunt Performance in Black
   Panther and Histories of Practice" / Lauren Steimer. p.
   33-52 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther (Lexington Books,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"From Expressivity to Equanimity : Locating New Black Action
   Aesthetics in Black Panther" / Wayne Wong. p. 53-72 in
   Afrofuturism in Black Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"Paid the Cost to be the Boss : Chadwick Boseman, Black
   Panther, and the Future of the Black Biopic" / Mikal J.
   Gaines. p. 73-86 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther
   (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34
   2021
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"Let Ayo Have a Girlfriend : Resisting Black Lesbian Erasure
   on Twitter" / Sarah E.S. Sinwell. p. 87-102 in Afrofuturism
   in Black Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"Tell Me a Story Baba : Black Panther and Wakanda's Foreign
   Policy in the Age of Neoliberalism" / Clarence Lusane. p.
   103-126 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther (Lexington Books,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"The Underground Railroad as Afrofuturism : Enslaved Blacks
   That Imagined Freedom, Future, and Space" / Dann J. Broyld.
   p. 127-152 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther (Lexington
   Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"The Evolution of the Dora Milaje : Wakanda's Greatest
   Warriors in Comics and Film" / Joshua Truelove. p. 153-170
   in Afrofuturism in Black Panther (Lexington Books, 2021).
   -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"The Prince Will Now Have the Strength of the Black Panther
   Stripped Away : Reading Disability and Queerness in
   Killmonger" / Dominique Young. p. 171-186 in Afrofuturism
   in Black Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"Only When She Wants To : Code-Switching in Black Panther" /
   Paul Moffett. p. 187-202 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther
   (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34
   2021
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"The Dora Milaje in Real Life : A Continuing Legacy of African
   Warriors" / Myron T. Strong, K. Sean Chaplin, & Giselle
   Greenidge. p. 203-214 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther
   (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34
   2021
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"Echoes of the History of Black Utopian Visions, Black
   Manhood, and Black Feminism in the Making of Black Panther"
   / Dolita Cathcart. p. 215-244 in Afrofuturism in Black
   Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544
   Z5 A34 2021
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"Tradition, Purpose, and Technology : An Archaeological Take
   on the Role of Technological Progress in Black Panther" /
   Shayla Monroe. p. 245-266 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther
   (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34
   2021
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"Reflections on Black Panther and the Traditions of Third
   Cinema" / Cynthia Baron. p. 267-286 in Afrofuturism in
   Black Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"The Depiction of Homeschooling, Black Identity, and Political
   Thought in the Film Black Panther" / Khadijah Z.
   Ali-Coleman. p. 287-297 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther
   (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34
   2021
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"Two Paths to the Future : Radical Cosmopolitanism and
   Counter-Colonial Dignity in Black Panther" / Neal Curtis.
   p. 299-314 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther (Lexington
   Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34 2021
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"My Bloodright : A Critical Analysis of Black Panther's Erik
   Killmonger, Colonialism, and Hybrid Identity" / Gabriel A.
   Cruz. p. 315-332 in Afrofuturism in Black Panther
   (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 Z5 A34
   2021
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"The Other Worlds of Black Panther's Purple Heart-Shaped Herb"
   / Paul Karolczyk. p. 333-350 in Afrofuturism in Black
   Panther (Lexington Books, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6728.B544
   Z5 A34 2021
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Visualising Small Traumas : Contemporary Portuguese Comics at
   the Intersection of Everyday Trauma / Pedro Moura. --
   Leuven : Leuven University Press, 2022. -- 235 p. : ill.
   (some col.) ; 23 cm. -- (Studies in European Comics and
   Graphic Novels ; 9) -- Includes bibliographical references
   (p. 223-235). -- Summary (from back cover): "Portugal's
   vibrant comics scene originated as early as the 19th
   century, bringing forth brilliant individual artists, but
   has remained mostly unknown beyond Portugal's borders to
   this day. Now a new generation employs this medium to put
   into question hegemonic views on the economy, politics, and
   society. Following the experience of the financial crisis
   of the past decades and its impact on social policies,
   access to and rules of public discourse, and civil strife,
   comics have questioned what constitutes a traumatogenic
   situation and what can act as a creative response.0By
   looking at established graphic novels by Marco Mendes and
   Miguel Rocha, fanzine-level, and even experimental
   productions, 'Visualising Small Traumas' is the first
   English-language book that addresses Portuguese
   contemporary comics and investigates how trauma studies can
   both shed a light on comics making and be informed by that
   very same practice." -- Call no.: PN6790.P8 M6 2022
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The Pride Omnibus / the Pride created by Joe Glass and Gavin
   Mitchell ; cover by Ricardo Bessa. -- Milwaukie, OR : Dark
   Horse Books, 2021. -- 443 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "This
   volume collects The Pride volume 1, The Pride volume 2, The
   Pride Adventures volume 1." -- Summary (from back cover):
   "In The Pride, Fabman is sick of being seen as a joke.
   Tired of the LGBTQ+ community being seen as inferior to
   straight heroes, he thinks it's about damn time he did
   something about it. Bringing together some of the world's
   greatest LGBTQ+ superheroes, the Pride is born to protect
   the world and fight prejudice, misrepresentation, and
   injustice--not to mention a pesky supervillain or two. The
   Pride Adventures brings a whole host of extra
   self-contained stories and adventures starring the heroes
   of The Pride! See the team members face down crazed
   shooters, invasions, and even a sixty-foot-tall drag queen!
   Featuring a slew of incredible artistic talent, plus
   stories from writers Mike Garley, Sina Grace, and PJ
   Montgomery too! Follow the LGBTQ+ heroes into whole new
   stories and meet even more characters in the world of The
   Pride."  -- Superhero genre, including gay, lesbian and
   transgender superheroes. -- Call no.: PN6738.P69 2021
WELSH COMIC BOOKS, STRIPS, ETC.
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Zeitaku na mi no ue / Wadori Saiko ; irasuto Saikawa Natsuki.
   -- Tôkyô : Shûeisha, 2011-2014. -- Complete in 14 vols. --
   ill. ; 15 cm. -- (Kobaruto Bunko = Cobalt-Series) --
   Illustrated prose fiction. -- Fantasy, romance and
   historical genres. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-9. -- Call no.:
   PL877.A36T601 2011
Wadori, Saiko.
Saikawa, Natsuki.
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Captain Bopper : tear sheets, proofs, etc. / by Howard
   Fridson. -- 1969-1970. -- 8 sheets : col. ill. ; 26 x 37
   cm. -- Four full-page color tear sheets (tabloid size,
   landscape orientation), two color-guide proofs, one sheet
   of original art, and one 1970 cover from the South End,
   colored by Fridson. -- "Captain Bopper" (strip title
   varies) ran in the South End, official student newspaper of
   Wayne State University (Detroit, Mich). -- Superhero genre.
   -- Call no.: folio PN6728.C2953 F7 1969
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Lola xoxo. Volume 2 / Siya Oum, story and illustrations ; Zen
   & Dezi Sienty. -- Culver City : Aspen MLT, LLC, 2018. -- 1
   v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Cover title: Siya Oum's Lola
   xoxo. -- "Aspen Comics' best-selling post-apocalyptic
   series." -- Summary (from back cover): In the epic first
   volume, the tough-minded Lola learned the brutal reality of
   the apocalypse within the confines of the ruthless
   Wasteland Trading Company led by the treacherous Edgar and
   his posse! However, the true challenge lies ahead, as her
   desire to be reunited with her lost parents still burns
   greater than ever! -- Science fiction genre,
   post-apocalyptic story. -- Call no.: PN6727 .O865 L602 2018
Oum, Siya, 1981-
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Histórias em Quadrinhos no Processo de Ensino e Aprendizagem
   na Escola : HQs como recursos Didáticos e Pedagógicos em
   várias disciplinas da Educação Infantil ao Ensino Médio /
   Gracyella Gonzaga Arantes, Nataniel dos S. Gomes --
   Saarbrücken : Novas Edições Acadêmicas, 2017. -- 45 p. :
   ill. ; 22 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p.
   42-45). -- A book about using comics in education. -- Call
   no.: LB1044.9.C59 G6 2017
Gonzaga Arantes, Gracyella.
Gomes, Nataniel S.
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"We've Got Four Flat Tires!"* (More Greepy Adventures of
   Captain Bopper, May 22, 1970) / by Howard Fridson. --
   Summary: He climbs a light pole to see where they are. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "flat tires"
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Mudança e Variação Linguística nas Histórias em Quadrinhos :
   um Estudo Baseado na Graphic Novel de Gustavo Duarte /
   Marly Custódio da Silva, Nataniel S. Gomes. -- Saarbrücken
   : Novas Edições Acadêmicas, 2017. -- 133 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 126-133). --
   Summary: A book about language change and variations, using
   the work by Gustavo Duarte titled Pavor Espaciar, or Chico
   Bento Pavor Espaciar. -- Call no.: PN6790.B73 D8 S5 2017
Gomes, Nataniel S.
Duarte, Gustavo, 1977- --Miscellanea.
Silva, Marly Custódio da.
Pavor Espaciar--Books About.
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Identidades Secretas : o Negro nas Histórias em Quadrinhos
   Americanas : Representação e representatividade / Romildo
   Lopes. -- Saarbrücken : Novas Edições Acadêmicas, 2015. --
   115 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Running subtitle: Representações
   do Negro nas Histórias em Quadrinhos Norte Americanas. --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 111-115). -- A book
   about African Americans Brazilian translations of U.S.
   comic books. -- Call no.: PN6790.B7 L6 2015
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"Who's A.J. Foyt?" (It's Just a Game, May 5, 1986) / by Ed
   Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: A man has just gotten a speeding
   ticket, and his wife has a question. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "Foyt"
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"No, No, Mrs. Nelson" (It's Just a Game, May 6, 1986) / by Ed
   Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: A woman in tennis class is learning
   to serve with a mirror instead of a racquet. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "tennis"
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"Goalie Bank" (It's Just a Game, May 9, 1986) / by Ed Morgan,
   Jr. -- Summary: A child's bank uses the coin for a puck,
   driven into the goalie's mouth. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "hockey"
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"Geppetto Takes Up Baseball" (It's Just a Game, May 10, 1986)
   / by Ed Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: He carves some baseball
   bats with the heads of boys on them. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "Pinocchio" 
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"OK, Already. Watch Your Stupid Ballgame" (It's Just a Game,
   May 7, 1986) / by Ed Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: A samurai sits
   before a TV with has sword ready to plunge into his body,
   when his wife decides not to watch her soap opera any
   longer. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "seppuku"
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"I'd Get That Ball Refitted, Ed" (It's Just a Game, May 8,
   1986) / by Ed Morgan Jr. -- Summary: A man follows his ball
   down the alley with his hand stuck in it. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "bowling balls"
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"Grant's Woods" (It's Just a Game, May 12, 1986) / by Ed
   Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: A take-off on American Gothic, with
   the man holding golf clubs instead of a pitchfork. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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"Little Known Biblical Happening" (It's Just a Game, mAY 14,
   1986) / by Ed Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: Moses parts the
   waters to get a clear shot at the next green. - Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "water hazards"
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"Bernard Self-Destructs on the 9th Hole" (It's Just a Game,
   May 16, 1986) / by Ed Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: In what looks
   like a Virgil Partch homage, a golfer has bent his club to
   the outline of his profile. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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"If Your Ever Going to Learn, Alice, You'll Have to Forget
   Those Bad Habits You Picked Up in Wonderland" (It's Just a
   Game, May 20, 1986) / by Ed Morgan, Jr. -- Summary: Alice
   has a bucket of balls and a club that has come alive with
   the head of a bird, and the golf pro has advice. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf" 
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Histórias em Quadrinhos e o Ensino de Física : Unindo Ciência,
   Arte e Educação / Leonardo André Testoni. -- Saarbrücken :
   Novas Edições Acadêmicas, 2015. -- 161 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
   -- Includes an abstract in English. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 158-161). -- A book about
   using comics to teach physics in upper elementary grades.
   -- Call no.: LB1044.9.C59 T45 2015
Testoni, Leonardo André.
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Grandad Reg / Patrick Wray, Clara Heathcock. -- Latvia :
   Grafiskie Stâsti, 2022. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 15 cm. --
   (Mini Kus! ; 103 -- "Switching between '90s-era Birmingham
   and modern-day London, this short comic tells the story of
   losing someone and trying to process grief at a time when
   there are no funerals. Like grieving itself, this
   all-too-relatable story is by turns melancholic and muted,
   and vivid and uplifting." -- New wave genre, about covid-19
   and grief. -- Call no.: PN6737.W73 G73 2022
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O "Poético" Possível nas Histórias em Quadrinhos Brasileiras :
   do Texto Narrativo ao Texto "em Volume" / Ricardo Bruscagin
   Morelatto. -- Saarbrücken : Novas Edições Acadêmicas, 2016.
   -- 119 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 116-119). -- A book about poetry in
   Brazilian comics. -- Call no.: PN6790.B7 B7 2016
Bruscagin Morelatto, Ricardo.
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As Contribuições das Histórias em Quadrinhos Como Recurso
   Didático : um Estudo de Caso na Sala de Aula / Francineide
   Costa Morais, Ivanice M. C. Pinheiro. -- Saarbrücken :
   Novas Edições Acadêmicas, 2019. -- 123 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-106). --
   Includes abstracts in Portuguese, English and Spanish. --
   Abstract (from p. 5): "The comics is a genre that attracts
   the child to the world of reading, given its playful and
   imagistic character. This research presents an overall
   objective to reflect on the pedagogical potential of comics
   and their contributions in the school context, being used
   as a teaching resource in classrooms with students of
   elementary school. Moreover, it is intended to suggest some
   strategies for the use of this narrative mode in classrooms
   with students of this type of education, helping to improve
   and streamline the approach of an interdisciplinary way
   content with learners. To conduct this study was necessary
   a literature with readings that address the issue in
   question. In addition, the survey was extended to the
   field, making a research on site at the College Evangelical
   Leôncio José Santana, where with students and teachers
   interviews were conducted and developed an educational
   project aiming to directly observe the contributions of
   comics in the classroom. It was concluded that the topic to
   be interesting and suggesting improvements to the teaching
   of the Portuguese language and other school subjects,
   should be further addressed in other academic works, in
   search of greater contributions to education and content
   learning various disciplines of elementary school." -- A
   book about using Brazilian comics in education. -- Call
   no.: LB1044.9.C59 M63 2019
Morais, Francineide Costa.
Pinheiro, Ivanice M. C.
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How to Draw Black People. Volume 2 / created by Malik Ali Ibn
   Rasheed Shabazz ; featuring tutorials by Lindsey Bailey,
   Nico Isajar and Megan "Lion" King. -- United States :
   Shabazz Arts LLC, 2021. -- 243 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. --
   "What do you know about Black people? How do you know
   somone is Black? How does your mental picture of a Black
   person translate into what you draw? It's easy to become
   comfortable within the safety of quiet assumptions. When
   what has been assumed runs into reality, people become
   disconnected. Artists change the hearts and minds of
   people, even when they don't intend to. What doesn't make
   sense in the real world can be simplified at the end of an
   artist's brush. ... This volume covers my journey from
   being a eager albeit misguided novice to a dedicated griot
   and comic book creator and all the things I learned along
   the way"--back cover. -- Further reading: pages 239-240. --
   A book about drawing faces and figures of Black people. --
   Call no.: NC765.S392 2021
Shabazz, Malik.
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Distant Stars / MariNaomi. -- Minneapolis : Graphic Universe,
   an imprint of Lerner Publishing Group, Inc., 2020. -- 264
   p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm. -- (Life on Earth ; 3) --
   Summary (from OCLC): The lives of the teenagers at
   Blithedale High intensify, as Claudia begins to tutor
   Nigel, Darren contemplates a major decision, and Paula
   wants to be more public in her relationship with Johanna.
   -- Romance genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.M2425 L503 2020
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Kiss & Tell : a Romantic Résumé, ages 0 to 22 / MariNaomi. --
   New York : Harper Perennial, 2011. -- 331 p. : ill. ; 24
   cm. -- Summary (from OCLC): Recounts the author's romantic
   experiences, from first love to heartbreak. --
   Autobiographical genre,a bout sex and coming of age. --
   Call no.: PN6727.M2425 K5 2011
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Dirty Produce / MariNaomi. -- New York : Workman Publishing,
   2021. -- 91 p. : col. ill. ; 16 cm. -- Cartoons about sex
   among fruits and vegetables. -- Call no.: PN6727.M2425 D5
   2021
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Mark Gruenwald and the Star Spangled Symbolism of Captain
   America, 1985-1995 / Jason Olsen. -- Jefferson, North
   Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2021. --
   278 p. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p.
   261-273) and index. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC):
   "From 1985 to 1995, Mark Gruenwald was the head writer for
   Captain America. During this decade, Gruenwald wrote some
   of the most essential stories in Captain America's history
   and guided the comic through an eventful period of both
   world history and comic book history. This book dissects
   the influence of the world at large on Gruenwald's stories
   and the subsequent influence of Gruenwald's work on the
   world of comics. The book's ten chapters discuss a wide
   range of topics including the generational tensions
   inherent in a comic about a G.I. Generation hero, written
   by a baby boomer, for an audience of Gen Xers; the enduring
   threat of the Red Skull and the never-ending aura of World
   War II; the rising popularity of vigilante characters
   during the '90s; and how Captain America fits into the war
   on drugs and its "just say no" mentality. Set against the
   declining American patriotism of the 1980s and 1990s, this
   book places special emphasis on the symbolism of the most
   American of superheroes." -- A book about Mark Gruenwald,
   Captain America, and superhero comic books. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.C26 Z5 O4 2021
Olsen, Jason, 1974-
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Dragon's Breath and Other True Stories : Comics / by
   MariNaomi. -- Minneapolis, MN : 2D Cloud/Uncivilized Books,
   2014. -- 381 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- "Dragon's Breath and
   Other True Stories collects nearly 400 pages of comics by
   MariNaomi, many of which first appeared on TheRumpus.net as
   the series Smoke In Your Eyes." -- Contents: Dragon's
   breath ; Down the rabbit hole ; Leaving home ; Unreasonable
   demands, part 1 ; He sees you when you're sleeping ; The
   quits ; Mr. Vanoni ; Independence Day ; Gone ; When you're
   young ; Kick-ass boots ; Song in my head ; Inner beauty ;
   What's new, pussycat? ; The writer ; The rebound ;
   Unreasonable demands, part 2 ; A day at the shooting range
   ; Sleep deprived ; A stranger's house ; Coalinga ; Whole ;
   Heartthrobs ; In case of emergency ; The proposal ; Have a
   nice day ; For the greater good ; The evil ; Happy place.
   -- Autobiographical genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.M2425 D7
   2014
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Sacagawea : Journey into the West / Jessica Gunderson. --
   Capstone Press, 2006. -- 32 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- (Graphic
   Library. Graphic Biographies) -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- A biography in comics format of
   the Shoshoni woman who served as guide and interpreter for
   the Lewis and Clark Expedition. -- Biographical genre. --
   Call no.: F592.7.S123 G86 2006
Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806)
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Indian Chief : a Dell Comics Selection. -- Greenville, Ohio :
   Coachwhip Publications, 2018. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
   -- Reprints of The Chief (Four Color #290), and Indian
   Chief, issues 12, 14, 21 and 27, as published by Dell
   Publishing from 1950 to 1957. -- "5 issues of adventure
   within a pre-colonial landscape." -- Adventure story genre,
   with indigenous peoples of North America. -- Call no.:
   PN6728 .I4717 C6 2018
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Black Power : the Superhero Anthology / edited by Balogun
   Ojetade. -- United States : Balogun Ojetade, 2017. -- 370
   p. ; 28 cm. -- Contents: Heroes again / B. Ojetade ; Fall
   of the Caretaker / Ronald T. Jones ; Are you experienced? /
   Liberty Blair Charissage ; Ghost / Milton Davis ; Capes at
   the end of the world / Rorie Still ; Where monsters roam /
   Dennis R. Upkins ; Blue Spark vs. the Gentle Giantess /
   S.J. Fujimoto ; Gotta go! / Aurelius Raines II ; New
   Elements / M. Haynes ; Glascock / Cynthia Ward ; Django
   unplugged a T.A.S.K. story / Hannibal Tabu ; Nikia the
   Pandora / Lance Oliver Keeble ; Shadowboxer: neutral
   corners / Adeatoyshe J. Heru ; Black Licorice / Keith
   Gaston ; In need of a friend / Derrick Ferguson ; Brianna's
   interlude / Jeffrey Bolden ; A monstrous journey / Mark P.
   Steele -- The superhero's fatter cousin / Valerie Puissant
   ; Tally marks / Chris Wiltz. -- Superhero fiction, with
   African American superheroes. -- Call no.: PN3423.B53 2017
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The Eightfold Path / written by Steven Barnes and Dr. Charles
   Johnson ; illustrated by Bryan Christopher Moss. -- New
   York : Abrams ComicArts Megascope, 2022. -- 233 p. : col.
   ill. ; 24 cm. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "From
   award-winning authors Charles Johnson and Steven Barnes
   comes a graphic novel anthology of interconnected
   Afrofuturistic parables inspired by the teachings of
   Buddha. Eight strangers looking for enlightenment from an
   ancient spiritual teacher are trapped in a cave high in the
   mountains on their way to his temple. One of his acolytes
   directs them to each tell a story that the group can learn
   from as they wait out the horrible snowstorm that rages
   outside the cave's entrance. One by one the travelers each
   share a story that, unbeknownst to them, is actually a
   morality tale representing one of the aspects of final
   enlightenment as taught in Buddhism. As the wind howls
   through the night, they tell symbolic stories of horror,
   dystopia, high adventure, cyberpunk, and urban fantasy.
   Each story is a spoke on the symbolic Dharma wheel, and
   each interlocking tale gets the travelers closer to their
   true destiny--unveiling the future of the entire human
   race. This remarkable collection borrows heavily from the
   traditions of pop-culture morality anthology series such as
   The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, Night Gallery,
   Lovecraft Country, and the publications of E.C. Comics.
   Heavily influenced by the science fiction pulps of the
   1950s and 1960s, this brilliant collection remixes classic
   social narratives such as Plato's Allegory of the Cave,
   Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, and The Arabian Nights,
   through an edgy, contemporary, yet spiritually centered
   lens. In The Eightfold Path, our destinies lie in heeding
   the lessons given in every one of these entrancing tales."
   -- Science fiction and fantasy genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.M679 E35 2022
Barnes, Steven, 1952-
Johnson, Charles, 1948-
Enlightenment (Buddhism)
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Shuri : Defender of Wakanda / written by Pamela Afram. -- New
   York : DK Publishing, 2022. -- 48 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
   -- (Dorling Kindersley Readers. 2, Beginning to read alone)
   -- Includes index. -- Summary (from amazon.com via OCLC):
   "Meet Princess Shuri, the clever scientist behind Wakanda's
   remarkable technology. Join in the action as Shuri, her
   brother Black Panther, and their allies battle to protect
   Wakanda." -- Superheroine fiction. -- Call no.: PN6728.B544
   S47 2022
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Into the Heartlands / written by Roseanne A. Brown ;
   illustrated by Dika Araújo, Natacha Bustos, Claudia Aguirre
   ; layouts by Geoffo ; colors by Cris Peter ; letters by
   VC's Ariana Maher. -- New York : Graphix, an imprint of
   Scholastic Press, 2022. -- 115 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. --
   Summary (from back cover): Twelve-year-old Shuri is a lot
   of things. Scientist. Princess. All around cooler person
   than her pain-in-the-butt big brother, T'Challa. Shuri
   knows she could do so much more to help Wakanda, but
   everyone is obsessed with the prince because he's the next
   Black Panther. That is, until Soul Washing Day, one of the
   most important rituals of Wakandan society. When an
   argument between T'Challa and Shuri leads to one of Shuri's
   inventions accidentally destroying the sacred ceremony
   site, chaos reigns instead of prosperity. Suddenly the
   people of Wakanda, including her mother the queen, are
   becoming sick! Could this be a curse from the ancestors?
   Desperate to save her mother, Shuri dives into research and
   finds an answer hidden deep in an ancient children's myth.
   It may be nothing more than a fantasy, but with the
   sickness spreading each day, the young princess must trust
   her instincts and travel deep into the mysterious
   Heartlands to save her family and her kingdom. -- Superhero
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.B544 I5 2022
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Mamaland Comics. issue #1. -- Kenya? : Milome Comics, 2020. --
   24 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Cover title: Mamaland. --
   "Executive producer: Felix Milome." -- "In the ancient
   African kingdom of Tseti lives Kerma, a young lady who
   wishes she was just a regular teenager. However, she has
   been eternally doomed with the power of a goddess since her
   birth, not only making her a threat to empires, but also
   supernatural beings"--back cover. -- Superheroine genre. --
   Call no.: PN6790.K44 M3 2020
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Tales from the DMV : the Origins of Comic Fandom in D.C.,
   Maryland, and Virginia. -- D.M.V. Fan Project and Totalmojo
   Productions, Inc., 2018. -- 311 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- "The
   true tales of Carl and Janice Bridgers' Barbarian Book
   Shop, the longest-running comic book store in the world,
   Mark Feldman & John Taylor's Maryland Funnybook Festivals,
   Steve Geppi's Diamond Comic Distributors, Gary Groth's
   Fantastic fanzine and The comics journal, The Metro Con
   Comic Conventions, Joel Pollack's Big Planet Comics, Hal
   and Jack Schuster's Irjax Enterprises, Authors Fred von
   Bernewitz and Ted White, Bernie Wrightson's early years and
   Nozdrovia, The Yancy Street Gang and their Yancy Street
   Gazette"--title page. -- A book about comic book fans,
   dealers, and collectors. -- Call no.: PN6714.T27 2018
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Bland Ringar & Rutor, om Vuxenserier Sexualiteten Människan :
   en Tematerinsrapport Vårterminen 1990 / af Lena Aune, Maria
   Berg, Erik Holmberg, Mari Jansson, Nettan Josefsson. --
   Sweden : Uppsala Universitet, Teologiska Institutionen,
   1990. -- 97 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   footnotes. -- A student report about erotic comic books. --
   Call no.: PN6790.S9 L303 1990
Uppsala Universitet. Teologiska Institutionen.
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Framing [in] Comics and Cartoons : Essays on Aesthetics,
   History and Mediality / edited by Johannes C.P. Schmid and
   Christian A. Bachmann. -- Berlin : Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag,
   2021. -- 220 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. --
   (Bildnarrative ; v. 9) -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- Contents: "Enclosures for Looking? : Medial,
   Material, and Aesthetic Frames/Framings" / Christina Meyer.
   p. 13-36 ; "How Not to Freeze the Frames of Mediality :
   Looking Back at Old Comic Books" / Sebastian Bartosch. p.
   37-60 ; "Falling in Line : Framing 9/11 and the War on
   Terror in Editorial Cartoons" / Lukas R. Wilde. p. 61-86 ;
   "Framing Documentary Comics : Considering Prologues" /
   Johannes C.P. Schmid. p. 87-109 ; "Things are Different Now
   : Re-Framing Australian Identity in Pat Grant's Blue" /
   Astrid Böger. p. 111-121 ; "Framing Pre-1914 British
   Comics" / Roger Sabin. p. 123-136 ; "Panoptical Spaces :
   Cross-Sections in Nineteenth-Ceintury Visual Satire and
   Early Comics" / C.A. Bachmann. p. 137-163 ; "Through the
   Proscenium Arch of the Comic Panel : Intermedial Frames in
   Bryan Talbot's Alice in Sunderland" / Jeff Thoss. p.
   165-177 ; "Musée du Louvre : When the Picture Does Not Fit
   the Frame : Three Problems with the Graphic Novel 'Le Ciel
   au-dessus du Louvre'" / Tobias Yu-Kiener. p. 179-200 ;
   "Museum Comics : Drawn Reflections on Images and
   Image-Spaces, Framings and Transgressions" / Moniksa
   Schmitz-Emans. p. 201-220. -- Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Enclosures for Looking? : Medial, Material, and Aesthetic
   Frames/Framings" / Christina Meyer. p. 13-36 in Framing
   [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"How Not to Freeze the Frames of Mediality : Looking Back at
   Old Comic Books" / Sebastian Bartosch. p. 37-60 in Framing
   [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Falling in Line : Framing 9/11 and the War on Terror in
   Editorial Cartoons" / Lukas R. Wilde. p. 61-86 in Framing
   [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Framing Documentary Comics : Considering Prologues" /
   Johannes C.P. Schmid. p. 87-109 in Framing [in] Comics and
   Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6710.F69 2021
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"Things are Different Now : Re-Framing Australian Identity in
   Pat Grant's Blue" / Astrid Böger. p. 111-121 in Framing
   [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Framing Pre-1914 British Comics" / Roger Sabin. p. 123-136 in
   Framing [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Panoptical Spaces : Cross-Sections in Nineteenth-Ceintury
   Visual Satire and Early Comics" / C.A. Bachmann. p. 137-163
   in Framing [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann
   Verlag, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Through the Proscenium Arch of the Comic Panel : Intermedial
   Frames in Bryan Talbot's Alice in Sunderland" / Jeff Thoss.
   p. 165-177 in Framing [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A.
   Bachmann Verlag, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Musée du Louvre : When the Picture Does Not Fit the Frame :
   Three Problems with the Graphic Novel 'Le Ciel au-dessus du
   Louvre'" / Tobias Yu-Kiener. p. 179-200 in Framing [in]
   Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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"Museum Comics : Drawn Reflections on Images and Image-Spaces,
   Framings and Transgressions" / Moniksa Schmitz-Emans ;
   translated by Elizabeth 'Biz' Nijdam. p. 201-220 in Framing
   [in] Comics and Cartoons (Ch. A. Bachmann Verlag, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6710.F69 2021
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Michel, Comics - ganze Welt -- Germering : Schwaneberger
   Verlag GmbH, 2020. -- 206 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. --
   "Michel, neutral, kompetent, zuverlässig." -- A catalog and
   price guide for collectors of postage stamps featuring
   comics. -- Call no.: PN6714.M44 2020
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The 1964 New York Comicon : the True Story of the World's
   First Comic Convention. -- Totalmojo Productions, Inc.,
   2016. -- 265 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Cover art by Steve
   Ditko. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "Tells the
   greatest story never told: the story of the first comic con
   ever held. This event was never reported by any radio
   channel, tv station, magazine, or newspaper. Bits and
   pieces of the story can be found in old fanzines, but,
   until now, the majority of this story has only existed in
   the memories of the original 56 attendees of the show. Now,
   at last, for the first time, the full story of the world's
   first comic book convention is finally told." -- Call no.:
   PN6702.N4 N5 2016
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"Since Zoom Came Along, I'm a Disembodied Head Like Everyone
   Else"* (Rhymes with Orange, Feb. 6, 2022) / by Hilary B.
   Price. -- Summary: The head in the bottle on the mad
   scientist's bench doesn't feel so different anymore. --
   Call no.: oversize PN6726.S79 Feb. 6, 2022
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"The Most Remarkable Thing about Horseshoe Crabs is Their
   Blood, Which is Extracted to Manufacture Critical Medicine,
   such as the Covid-19 Vaccines"* (Mark Trail, Feb. 6, 2022)
   / Jules Rivera. -- Summary: A fact strip about horseshoe
   crabs. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.S79 Feb. 6, 2022
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"Some Guys Really Afraid of Testing"* (Pearls Before Swine,
   Mar. 20, 2022) / by Stephan Pastis. -- Summary: The Croc is
   giving 'coveed tests,' the zebra leaves the scene. -- Call
   no.: oversize PN6726.S79 Mar. 20, 2022
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"You May Tap the Kissy Lips Emoji"* (Speed Bump, Mar. 6, 2022)
   / by Dave Coverly. -- Summary: A wedding proceeds on
   screens. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.S79 Mar. 6, 2022
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"Looks Like Your Team is Practicing Social Distancing Instead
   of Blocking Anyone!"* (Blondie, Jan. 30, 2022) / by Dean
   Young & John Marshall. -- Summary: Herb and Dagwood watch
   football on television. -- Call no.: oversize PN6726.S79
   Jan. 30, 2022
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"This One Looks Like Four Aces" (Our Boarding House with Major
   Hoople, Oct. 16, 1947) -- Summary: Buster says the new
   invention (the bed that wakes the sleeper) makes up for a
   the Major's missed putts. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "putts"
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"This Poll Indicates that Golf Will Be a No-No for a While"*
   (Berry's World, May 8, 1999) / Jim Berry. -- Summary: Bill
   Clinton's advisor has disappointing news. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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"We're Playing Bingo, Bango, Bongo and a Dollar Nassau, with
   Greenies, Sandies and Chippies and Automatic Presses"*
   (Beetle Bailey, Jan. 9, 1999) / Mort Walker. -- Summary:
   Zero as a caddy hears this and says he thought they were
   going to play golf. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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"People Think I Hired Her Because She's Beautiful"* (Beetle
   Bailey, Nov. 23, 1994) / Mort Walker. -- Summary: Miss
   Buxley helps Halftrack decide to go out and play golf. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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"What Do You Have in a 'Double Bogey Excellence'?"* (Shoe, May
   8, 1999) / MacNelly. -- Summary: At the pro shop, Cosmo
   objects to the cost of a driver 'par excellence.' -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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"Ask Her If She Can Get Me a Starting Time at St. Andrews"*
   (Peanuts, Sept. 28, 1994) / Schulz. -- Summary: Charlie
   Brown is writing to a pen pal in Scotland, and Snoopy has a
   request. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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"I Came Within a Hair of a Hole In One"* (Beetle Bailey, Sept.
   28, 1994) / Mort Walker. -- Summary: The General brags
   about his golf game, and the Major behind him uses his
   hands to modify the information. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Politics in the Gutters : American Politicians and Elections
   in Comic Book Media / Christina M. Knopf. -- Jackson :
   University Press of Mississippi, 2021. -- 278 pages : ill.
   ; 25 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references and index.
   -- Summary (from back cover): "From the moment Captain
   America punched Hitler in the jaw, comic books have always
   been political, and whether it is Marvel's chairman Ike
   Perlmutter making a campaign contribution to Donald Trump
   in 2016 or Marvel's character Howard the Duck running for
   president during America's bicentennial in 1976, the
   politics of comics have overlapped with the politics of
   campaigns and governance. More than just escapist
   entertainment, comics offer a popular yet complicated
   vision of the American political tableau. Politics in the
   Gutters considers the political myths, moments, and
   mimeses, in comic books-from nonfiction to science fiction,
   superhero to supernatural, serious to satirical, golden age
   to present day-to consider how they represent, re-present,
   underpin, and/or undermine ideas and ideals about American
   electoral politics." -- Call no.: PN6714.K56 2021
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Wirres Haar und rotes Halstuch : Beethovens Bild im Manga /
   herausgegeben von Ingrid Bodsch ; konzipiert und bearbeitet
   von Kazuko Ozawa und Matthias Wendt ; mit Beiträgen von
   Acato Ao, Kim Sung-hwa, Kazuko Ozawa, Monika Schmitz-Emans,
   Tsuchida Eizaburo, Matthias Wendt. -- Bonn : Verlag
   Stadtmuseum Bonn, 2020. -- 441 p. : col. ill. ; 34 cm. --
   Includes index. -- A book about Beethoven in Japanese
   comics. -- Call no.: ML410.B4 W5 2020
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827.
Ozawa, Kazuko, 1954-
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Robert Kirkman : Conversations / edited by Terrence R.
   Wandtke. -- Jackson : University Press of Mississippi,
   2021. -- 225 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Conversations with
   Comic Artists Series) -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Summary (from back cover): "Robert
   Kirkman (b. 1978) is probably best known as the creator of
   The Walking Dead. The comic book and its television
   adaptation have reinvented the zombie horror story,
   transforming it from cult curiosity and parody to
   mainstream popularity and critical acclaim. In some ways,
   this would be enough to justify this career-spanning
   collection of interviews. Yet Kirkman represents much more
   than this single comic book title. Kirkman's story is a
   fanboy's dream that begins with him financing his
   irreverent, independent comic book Battle Pope with credit
   cards. After writing major titles with Marvel comics
   (Spider-Man, Captain America, and X-Men), Kirkman rejected
   companies like DC and Marvel and publicly advocated for
   creator ownership as the future of the comics industry. As
   a partner at Image, Kirkman wrote not only The Walking Dead
   but also Invincible, a radical reinvention of the superhero
   genre. Robert Kirkman: Conversations gives insight to his
   journey and explores technique, creativity, collaboration,
   and the business of comics as a multimedia phenomenon." --
   Call no.: PN6727.K5804 Z5 W3 2021
Kirkman, Robert, 1978-
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Will Eisner : Graphic Novel Godfather / Alexander Braun. --
   Berlin : Avant-Verlag GmbH,  2021. -- 382 p. : col. ill. ;
   32 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-382).
   -- Catalog of an exhibition held at the Museum für Kunst
   und Kulturgeschichte, Dortmund, January 24 - June 27, 2021.
   -- Call no.: PN6727.E35 Z5 B67 2021
Museum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte der Stadt Dortmund.
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The Comics World : Comic Books, Graphic Novels, and Their
   Publics / edited by Benjamin Woo and Jeremy Stoll. --
   Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2021. -- 264 p.
   : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references and
   index. -- "Contributions by Bart Beaty, T. Keith Edmunds,
   Eike Exner, Christopher J. Galdieri, Ivan Lima Gomes,
   Charles Hatfield, Franny Howes, John A. Lent, Amy Louise
   Maynard, Shari Sabeti, Rob Salkowitz, Kalervo A. Sinervo,
   Jeremy Stoll, Valerie Wieskamp, Adriana Estrada Wilson,
   Benjamin Woo." -- Call no.: PN6710.C6676 2021
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Miles Morales : Shock Waves : a Spider-Man Graphic Novel /
   written by Justin A. Reynolds ; illustrated by Pablo Leon ;
   layouts by Geoffo ; letters by VC's Ariana Maher. --
   Uncorrected proof. -- New York : Graphix, an imprint of
   Scholastic, 2021. -- 115 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. --
   Summary: Miles Morales, Brooklyn's Spider-Man, learns that
   the disappearance of a new student's father is linked to
   the giant corporation sponsoring Miles' fundraiser for the
   victims of the earthquake in his mother's birthplace,
   Puerto Rico. -- "Not for sale. Hardcover and paperback
   on-sale date June 1, 2021." -- Superhero genre. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.A5 M48 2021b
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Authorship in Comics Journalism / Laura Schlichting. --
   München : UVK Verlag, 2021. -- 391 p. : ill. (some col.) ;
   22 cm. -- Thesis (doctoral)--Justus-Liebig-Universität
   Gießen, 2020. -- Includes bibliographical references (p.
   357-391). -- Includes abstract in German. -- Summary (from
   back cover): "'What is Comics Journalism?' and 'Why is the
   author not dead at all?' Because literature and journalism
   deal differently with 'authorship' and 'author,' this work
   renegotiates these concepts. It analyzes the author's
   importance in comics journalism, especially concerning the
   verification and authentication of the production process.
   This study gives a broad and extensive overview of the
   various forms of contemporary comics journalism, and argues
   that authorship in comics journalism can only be adequately
   understood by considering the author both on the textual
   and extratextual level. By combining comics analyses with
   cultural, sociological, and literary studies approaches,
   this study introduces the 'comics journalistic pact,' which
   is an invisible agreement between author and reader,
   addressing issues of narration ('voice'), testimony
   ('face'), and journalistic engagement ('hands'). It
   categorizes comics journalism as a borderline genre between
   literature, culture, art, and journalism due to its
   interdisciplinary nature." -- A dissertation about
   documentary comics. -- Call no.: PN6714.S274 2021
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"Gute Laune ist ein Kriegsartikel" : deutsche und
   amerikanische Trickfilme, Comics und Cartoons als Mittel
   der Propaganda während des Zweiten Weltkrieges / Niels
   Schröder. -- Berlin : Be.bra Wissenschaft Verlag, 2020. --
   438 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. -- Thesis
   (doctoral)--Kunstuniversität Linz, 2016. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 417-423) and index. -- A
   disseration about World War II propaganda in German and
   American animated films, comics and cartoons. -- Call no.:
   NC1766.G3S35 2020
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Horror im Comic / Alexander Braun. -- Berlin : Avant-Verlag,
   2022. -- 453 p. : col. ill. ; 32 cm. -- A book about horror
   comics. -- Call no.: PN6714.B675 2022
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Funny Girls : Cartooning for Equality / Diane Atkinson. --
   London, England : Penguin Books, 1997. -- 105 p. : ill. ;
   25 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 103-105).
   -- An illustrated book about British women's rights
   cartoons and comics. -- Call no.: HQ1236.5.G7 A8 1997
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Kwame Hightower and the New Knights : a 4sight Adventure
   Coloring Book / story, art, letters, edits by David Gorden.
   -- United States : 4sight Publishing, 2021. -- 1 v. : ill.
   ; 26 cm. -- Superhero genre, African American youth
   characters. -- Call no.: PN6727.G625 K87 2021
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Autobiography of an Artist / Charles R. Knight ; foreword by
   Ray Harryhausen and Ray Bradbury ; introduction by William
   Stout ; illustrations by Mark Schultz ; edited by Jim
   Ottaviani. -- Ann Arbor : G.T. Labs, 2005. -- 112 p. : ill.
   ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references (p.
   111-112). -- "Appreciations by John Flynn, John Harris,
   Mark Norell, Michael Novacek, Ian Tattersall, and Rhoda
   Knight Kalt." -- Call no.: QE707.K5 A3 2005
Schultz, Mark, 1955-
Knight, Charles Robert, 1874-1953.
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Marie Severin : the Mirthful Mistress of Comics / by Dewey
   Cassell ; with Aaron Sultan. -- Raleigh, North Carolina :
   TwoMorrows Publishing, 2012. -- 174 p. : ill. (some col.) ;
   28 cm. -- Includes index. -- Call no.: PN6727.S435 Z5C3
   2012
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Beyond the Seventh Art : History of the Belgian Strip Cartoon
   / by Danny de Laet and Yves Varende. -- Brussels : Ministry
   of Foreign Affairs, External Trade and Cooperation in
   Development, 1979. -- 302 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm. --
   (Memo from Belgium ; no. 185) -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 299-302). -- A book about Flemish and
   Franco-Belgian comics and their creators. -- Call no.:
   PN6745.L23 1979
Laet, Danny de.
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Infertility Comics and Graphic Medicine / Chinmay Murali and
   Sathyaraj Venkatesan. -- Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, Taylor
   & Francis Group, 2022. -- 116 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. --
   (Routledge Focus on Gender, Sexuality, and Comics) --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Summary
   (from publisher via OCLC): "Infertility Comics and Graphic
   Medicine examines women's graphic memoirs on infertility,
   foregrounding the complex interrelationship between women's
   life writing, infertility studies and graphic medicine.
   Through a scholarly examination of the artists' use of
   visual-verbal codes of the comics medium in narrating their
   physical ordeals and affective challenges occasioned by
   infertility, the book seeks to foreground the intricacies
   of gender identity, embodiment, subjectivity and illness
   experience." -- A book about women's autobiographical
   comics. -- Call no.: PN6714.M87 2022
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Rebirth of the English Comic Strip : a Kaleidoscope, 1847-1870
   / David Kunzle. -- Jackson : University Press of
   Mississippi, 2021. -- 453 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 445-447) and index.
   -- Summary (from back cover): "Rebirth of the English Comic
   Strip: A Kaleidoscope, 1847-1870 enters deep into an era of
   comic history that has been entirely neglected. This buried
   cache of mid-Victorian graphic humor is marvelously rich in
   pictorial narratives of all kinds. Author David Kunzle
   calls this period a "rebirth" because of the preceding long
   hiatus in use of the new genre, since the Great Age of
   Caricature (c.1780-c.1820) when the comic strip was
   practiced as a sideline..." -- Call no.: PN6735.K8 2021
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MPLS Sound / Joseph P. Illidge & Hannibal Tabu, writers ;
   Meredith Laxton, artist ; ALW's Troy Peteri with Ryan
   Lewis, letterers ; Tan Shu, color artist ; foreword by Josh
   Jackson ; afterword by Fabrice Sapolsky. -- Los Angeles, CA
   : Humanoids, Inc., 2021. -- 115 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. --
   Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "When Prince burst onto
   the pop scene in 1978, he put Minneapolis on the music map.
   Many up-and-coming bands followed the trail that he blazed.
   MPLS Sound is the story of one such group--Starchild, led
   by a young woman inspired by Prince to start her own
   revolution. Through her journey, we see from within exactly
   how His Royal Badness transformed the entire Minneapolis
   scene." -- Call no.: PN6727.L256 M2 2021
Tabu, Hannibal, 1973-
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American Comics : a History / Jeremy Dauber. -- New York : W.
   W. Norton & Company, 2022. -- 570 p. ; 25 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.D197 2022
Dauber, Jeremy, 1973-
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Dodger Dreams : the Courage of Jackie Robinson / written by
   Brandon Terrell ; illustrated by Claude St. Aubin ; color
   by Benny Fuentes. -- Minneapolis : Stone Arch Books, 2010.
   -- 48 pp. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. -- (Graphic Flash) --
   Includes discussion questions and writing prompts. --
   Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "Max Owens is Brooklyn's
   biggest baseball fan. On his birthday, September 28, 1955,
   Max's grandpa gives him the greatest gift of all: World
   Series tickets. During the game, Max watches his favorite
   Dodger player, Jackie Robinson, play against the New York
   Yankees. Although the Dodgers lose, Max gets to meet Jackie
   and learn the lesson of a lifetime." -- Format is
   illustrated text with 20 pages of comics. -- Sports genre.
   -- Call no.: PN6733.S32 D6 2010
Terrell, Brandon, 1978-2021.
St. Aubin, Claude, 1951-
Robinson, Jackie, 1919-1972.
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Les Coulisses d'Hergé / Patrick Mérand. -- Paris : Éditions
   Sépia, 2020? -- 258 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm. -- Summary
   (edited from back cover): Les aventures de Tintin ont
   commencé en 1929 dans un supplément destiné à la jeunesse
   du journal belge Le Vingtième Siècle. Elles se sont
   terminées avec la mort d'Hergé en 1983, après la parution
   de vingt-trois albums, de Tintin au pays des Soviets à
   Tintin et les Picaros. Le travail d'Hergé fut considérable
   : sa documentation était très précise et aucun détail
   visible dans un album n'est jamais placé par hasard. Mais
   le lecteur les a-t-il remarqués? Tintin entre dans un
   cinéma à Shanghai : en existait-il à l'époque du Lotus
   Bleu? Dans quel album peut-on voir un tableau de Sisley? De
   quel événement historique réel Hergé s'est-il inspiré pour
   créer Le Sceptre d'Ottokar? Pourquoi la fusée du professeur
   Tournesol est-elle à damier rouge et blanc? Pourquoi
   l'épave de La Licorne n'aurait jamais dû être retrouvée?
   Vous lirez les réponses à ces questions, et à bien
   d'autres, dans ce volume qui présente plus de huit cents
   illustrations en relation directe avec les vignettes
   mythiques des albums d'Hergé. -- A book about the
   background research done by Hergé for the Tintin series. --
   Call no.: PN6747.H4 Z5 M38 2020
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The Shark King : a Toon Book / by R. Kikuo Johnson. -- New
   York : Toon Books, 2012. -- 39 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. --
   (Toon into Reading ; level 3) -- Summary (from OCLC): In
   comics format, retells the Hawaiian story of Nanaue, born
   of human mother and shark father, who struggles to find his
   place in a village of humans. -- Call no.: PN6727.J57 S47
   2012
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Pulp Empire : a Secret History of Comic Book Imperialism /
   Paul S. Hirsch. -- Chicago : The University of Chicago
   Press, 2021. -- 337 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   	Introduction : making an American monster ; This is our
   enemy ; The wild spree of the laughing sadist ; Donald
   Duck's atom bomb ; The devil's ally ; American civilization
   means airstrips and comic strips ; The free world speaks ;
   Thor battles the Vietcong ; Conclusions : the ghosts among
   us. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "Paul Hirsch's
   revelatory book opens the archives to show the complex
   relationships between comic books and American foreign
   relations in the mid-twentieth century. Scourged and
   repressed on the one hand, yet co-opted and deployed as
   propaganda on the other, violent, sexist comic books were
   both vital expressions of American freedom and upsetting
   depictions of the American id. Hirsch draws on previously
   classified material and newly available personal records to
   weave together the perspectives of government officials,
   comic-book publishers and creators, and people in other
   countries who found themselves on the receiving end of
   American culture." -- Call no.: PN6725.H57 2021
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South Korea's Webtooniverse and the Digital Comic Revolution /
   Brian Yecies and Ae-Gyung Shim. -- Lanham, Maryland :
   Rowman & Littlefield, 2021. -- 234 p. ; 24 cm. -- (Media,
   Culture and Communication in Asia-Pacific Societies) --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   Introducing webtoons and the expansion of Korea's creative
   industries ; Conceptualizing the impact of Japanese manga
   in Korea and the pre-history of webtoons ; Policy
   intervention and the formation of the Webtooniverse ; Daum
   and Naver: the portals underpinning Korea's transnational
   webtoon IP engines ; Asia's new titans of paid content:
   second-generation webtoon platforms KakaoPage and Lezhin
   Comics ; Webtoons and technological innovation: pushing the
   envelope of the Webtooniverse ; The branded webtoon and its
   soft power appeal ; K-pop webtoons and the transmedia-IP
   nexus in the BTS universe ; Conclusion. -- Summary (from
   back cover): "This book investigates the meteoric rise of
   mobile webtoons, also known as webcomics, and the dynamic
   relationships between serialized content, artists,
   agencies, platforms, and applications, as well as the
   global readership associated with them." -- Call no.:
   PN6790.K6 Y4 2021
Yecies, Brian, 1967-
Shim, Ae-Gyung, 1973-
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Betty : the Helen Betty Osborne Story / written by David
   Alexander Robertson ; illustrated by Scott B. Henderson. --
   Winnipeg, Manitoba : HighWater Press, 2015. -- 30 p. : ill.
   ; 26 cm. -- Summary: Helen Betty Osborne, known as Betty to
   her closest friends and family, dreamed of becoming a
   teacher. She left home to attend residential school and
   later moved to The Pas, Manitoba, to attend high school. On
   November 13, 1971, Betty was abducted and brutally murdered
   by four young men. Initially met with silence and
   indifference, her tragic murder resonates loudly today.
   Betty represents one of almost 1,200 Indigenous women in
   Canada who have been murdered or gone missing. This is her
   story. -- Biographical genre, about crimes and violence
   against indigenous women. -- Call no.: PN6733.H403 B4 2015
Osborne, Helen Betty, 1952-1971.
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According to Jack Kirby : Insights Drawn from Interviews with
   Comics' Greatest Creator / Michael Hill. -- United States :
   Lulu.com, 2021. -- 334 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical footnotes and "index of interviews." -- A
   book about Jack Kirby and superhero comic books. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.K53 Z5H5 2021
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   the Wars, 1919-1939 : the Cartoonists' Vision / Roy
   Douglas. -- London : Routledge, 1992.  -- 353 p. : ill. ;
   24 cm. -- Summary (from OCLC): Cartoonists recorded the
   exploits of the political leaders of the grim world of the
   1920s and 1930s in cartoons which were followed by
   millions. Comic, mordant and irreverent, political cartoons
   often reveal more about the contemporary concerns of a
   world experiencing the Slump, rising nationalism and
   aggression than either official documents or the work of
   most journalists. Published in newspapers or magazines with
   a wide circulation, they 'made sense' to the ordinary
   reader. More than half a century on, that sense of
   immediate identification has been lost, and political
   cartoons of the period now need detailed explanation.
   Through this book, it is easy to trace the decay of hope in
   the 1920s through the fear of war in the early 1930s to the
   determination, at the decade's end, that Nazism and Fascism
   'must be stopped'. These cartoons, intended for the man and
   woman 'in the street' in Europe, North America, the Soviet
   Union and Asia, mirror the changing attitudes and beliefs
   of those 'ordinary' people as nations shaped up for the
   Second World War. -- Shows and annotates cartoons about
   world politics and world leaders. -- Call no.: D727.D683
   1991
Douglas, Roy, 1924-2020.
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It's Life as I See It : Black Cartoonists in Chicago,
   1940-1980 / essay by Charles Johnson ; afterword by Ronald
   Wimberly ; compiled and edited by Dan Nadel ; cover
   designed by Kerry James Marshall. -- New York : New York
   Review Books, 2021. -- 200 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- (New York
   Review Comics) -- Works by Tom Floyd, Grass Green, Seitu
   Hayden, Jay Jackson, Charles Johnson, Yaoundé Olu, Turtel
   Onli, Jackie Ormes, Morrie Turner. -- "Published in
   conjunction with the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, on
   the occasion of Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now, June
   19-October 3, 2021. Curated by Dan Nadel." -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 194-195). -- Summary (from
   publisher via OCLC): "Between the 1940s and 1980s,
   Chicago's Black press--from The Chicago Defender to the
   Negro Digest to self-published pamphlets--was home to some
   of the best cartoonists in America. Kept out of the pages
   of white-owned newspapers, Black cartoonists found space to
   address the joys, the horrors, and the everyday realities
   of Black life in America. From Jay Jackson's anti-racist
   time travel adventure serial Bungleton Green, to Morrie
   Turner's radical mixed-race strip Dinky Fellas, to the
   Afrofuturist comics of Yaoundé Olu and Turtel Onli, to
   National Book Award-winning novelist Charles Johnson's
   blistering and deeply funny gag cartoons, this is work that
   has for far too long been excluded and overlooked. Also
   featuring the work of Tom Floyd, Seitu Hayden, Jackie
   Ormes, and Grass Green, this anthology accompanies the
   Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago's exhibition Chicago
   Comics: 1960 to Now selected and edited by Dan Nadel, and
   is an essential addition to the history of American
   comics." -- A book about African American artists of comics
   and cartoons, and African American images in comics and
   cartoons. -- Call no.: PN6725 .I85 2021
Wimberly, Ronald.
Floyd, Tom, 1929-2011.
Green, Grass, 1939-2002.
Hayden, Seitu.
Jackson, Jay, 1905-1954.
Johnson, Charles, 1948-
Olu, Yaounde.
Onli, Turtel.
Ormes, Jackie, 1911-1985.
Turner, Morrie.
Marshall, Kerry James, 1955-
Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.).
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Animated Personalities : Cartoon Characters and Stardom in
   American Theatrical Shorts / David McGowan. -- Austin :
   University of Texas Press, 2019. -- 313 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
   -- Includes bibliographical references and index. --
   Contents: Silent animation and the development of the star
   system ; Stars and scandal in the 1930s ; The Second World
   War ; The comedian comedy ; Authorship ; The studio system
   ; The animated television star ; The death of the animated
   star? -- A book about characters in animated films. -- Call
   no.: NC1766.U5 M39 2019
McGowan, David, 1984-
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Fame : Pride. volume one. -- United States : Tidalwave
   Productions, 2021. -- 102 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm. -- Spine
   title: Fame : Gay Pride. -- Contents: Freddie Mercury ;
   Ryan Murphy ; Anderson Cooper ; Pete Buttigieg ; Tom Daley.
   -- "Michael Frizell, Michael Troy, Mike Lynch, CW Cooke,
   writers ; Alex Schumacher, Jason Moser, Manuel Diaz &
   Beniamino Bradi, artist." -- Summary: Biographical genre,
   biographies of gay men. -- Call no.: PN6728.F265 P7 2021
Mercury, Freddie, 1946-1991.
Murphy, Ryan, 1965-
Cooper, Anderson, 1967-
Buttigieg, Pete, 1982-
Daley, Tom, 1994-
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Dawn of the Living Dead Near Kotka Morgue / Marko Turunen. --
   Latvia : Grafiskie Stâsti, 2022. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 15
   cm. -- (Mini Kus! ; 106) -- "Alien is walking the dog. His
   hometown Kotka, a small quiet coastal city near the
   Finnish-Russian border, is slowly changing into a city of
   fear. Alien's panic reaches a climax when he discovers he
   might be infected by a lethal virus." -- Call no.:
   PN6790.F523 T87 D39 2022
Turunen, Marko, 1973-
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My Life in Comics (a Memoir) / Ron Fortier. -- United States :
   Ron Fortier, 2019. -- 104 p. ; 26 cm. -- "An Airship 27
   Production." -- Ron Fortier is a writer of comic books and
   other fiction, who writes about his authorship of comics.
   -- Call no.: PN6727.F55647 M6 2012
Fortier, Ron, 1946-
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13 Steps to Evil : How to Craft Superbad Villains / by Sacha
   Black. -- United States : Sacha Black, 2017. -- 182 p. ; 22
   cm. -- Includes bibliographical references. -- Call no.:
   P96.V48 B55 2017
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Serial Selves : Identity and Representation in
   Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn Køhlert. -- New
   Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, 2019. --
   231 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Contents: "Female Grotesques : the
   Unruly Comics of Julie Doucet" p. 23-53 ; "Working It
   Through : Trauma and Visuality in the Comics of Phoebe
   Gloeckner" p. 54-83 ; "Queer as Style : Ariel Schrag's High
   School Comic Chronicles" p. 84-122 ; "Staring at Comics :
   Disability and the Body in Al Davison's The Spiral Cage" p.
   123-156 ; "Stereotyping the Self : Toufic el Rassi's Arab
   in America" p. 157-187 ; "Making an Issue of
   Representation" (conclusion) p. 188-195. -- Summary (from
   back cover): Serial Selves considers how female, queer,
   disabled, and minority artists use autobiographical comics
   to make their experiences not only legible, but visible as
   well. Fusing methods from literary and visual studies, it
   explores how these artists on the margins challenge both
   the narrative conventions of autobiography and the norms of
   pictorial self-representation. -- Call no.: PN6714.K64 2019
Køhlert, Frederik Byrn.
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"Female Grotesques : the Unruly Comics of Julie Doucet" p.
   23-53 in Serial Selves : Identity and Representation in
   Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn Køhlert (Rutgers
   University Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.K64 2019
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"Working It Through : Trauma and Visuality in the Comics of
   Phoebe Gloeckner" p. 54-83 in Serial Selves : Identity and
   Representation in Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn
   Køhlert (Rutgers University Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.K64 2019
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"Queer as Style : Ariel Schrag's High School Comic Chronicles"
   p. 84-122 in Serial Selves : Identity and Representation in
   Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn Køhlert (Rutgers
   University Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.K64 2019
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"Staring at Comics : Disability and the Body in Al Davison's
   The Spiral Cage" p. 123-156 in Serial Selves : Identity and
   Representation in Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn
   Køhlert (Rutgers University Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.K64 2019
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"Stereotyping the Self : Toufic el Rassi's Arab in America" p.
   157-187 in Serial Selves : Identity and Representation in
   Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn Køhlert (Rutgers
   University Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.K64 2019
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"Making an Issue of Representation" (conclusion) p. 188-195 in
   Serial Selves : Identity and Representation in
   Autobiographical Comics / Federick Byrn Køhlert (Rutgers
   University Press, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.K64 2019
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Warning! Graphic Content : Political Cartoons, Comix and the
   Uncensored Artistic Mind / by Mr. Fish ; Larry Gross,
   editor. -- Los Angeles, CA : USC Annenberg Press, 2015. --
   459 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. -- Summary (from OCLC):
   "Have your IDs ready and your intolerance for incendiary
   pictures and controversial ideas checked at the door for
   it's time to step into the head of the unabashedly liberal
   awardwinning cartoonist and writer Dwayne Booth (aka 'Mr.
   Fish'), where inflammatory ideas meet deep insights and
   things like inspiring woe, discouraging indifference and
   gleeful nihilism are born." -- Includes interviews with
   Paul Conrad, Paul Krassner, Art Spiegelman, and Noam
   Chomsky. -- Call no.: NC1325.F54 2015
Fish, Mr.
Gross, Larry P., 1942-
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Shango. #1 / Giwa, Jonathan, Ogbeide. -- United States : NAC
   (New Africa Comics), 2021. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. --
   Art signed: "EsEmJay." -- "Welcome to Shango, our flagship
   action-adventure comic exploring the Yoruba Orisha
   Mythology and beyond." -- Numbering ("#1") from internet
   sources. -- "To be continued in the next issue." --
   Superhero genre. -- Call no.: PN6727.J585 S47 2021
Giwa, Marcus.
Ogbeide, Osarenkhoe.
Jonathan, Sanni M.
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More Uncelebrated Narratives from Black history / words and
   pictures by Joel Christian Gill ; foreword by Dr. Regina N.
   Bradley. -- Golden, CO : Fulcrum Publishing, 2018. -- 106
   p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-105). --
   Biographical genre. -- Summary (from amazon.com via OCLC):
   A collection of stories from early African American history
   that represent the oddity of success in the face of great
   adversity. Each of the eight illustrated chapters
   chronicles an uncelebrated African American hero or event.
   Joel Christian Gill offers historical and cultural
   commentary on heroes whose stories are not often found in
   history books, such as Cathay Williams, the only known
   female buffalo soldier, and Eugene Bullard, a fighter pilot
   who flew for France during World War I. These beautifully
   illustrated stories offer a refreshing look at remarkable
   African Americans. -- Contents: "$11,608 : Jourdon
   Anderson, 1825-1907" ; "Nevertheless, She Persisted :
   Stagecoach Mary Fields, 1832-1914" ; "The Sheriff of Yankee
   Hill : Willie Kennard, 1832-" ; "Contraband : Cathay
   Williams, 1844-" ; "All Sound Was Music : Blind Tom
   Wiggins, 1849-1908" ; "Stronger Together : Millie and
   Christine McCoy, 1851-1912" ; "The Green Book for the Negro
   Motorist : Victor Green, 1892-1960" ; "All Blood Runs Red :
   Eugene Bullard, 1895-1961." -- Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
Bradley, Regina N., 1984-
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"$11,608 : Jourdon Anderson, 1825-1907" p. 5-15 in More
   Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History / Joel Christian
   Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) (Fulcrum Publishing, 2018). --
   Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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"Nevertheless, She Persisted : Stagecoach Mary Fields,
   1832-1914" p. 17-29 in More Uncelebrated Narratives from
   Black History / Joel Christian Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2)
   (Fulcrum Publishing, 2018). -- Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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"The Sheriff of Yankee Hill : Willie Kennard, 1832-" p. 31-41
   in More Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History / Joel
   Christian Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) (Fulcrum Publishing,
   2018). -- Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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"Contraband : Cathay Williams, 1844-" p. 43-49 in More
   Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History / Joel Christian
   Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) (Fulcrum Publishing, 2018). --
   Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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"All Sound Was Music : Blind Tom Wiggins, 1849-1908" p. 51-61
   in More Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History / Joel
   Christian Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) (Fulcrum Publishing,
   2018). -- Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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"Stronger Together : Millie and Christine McCoy, 1851-1912" p.
   63-71 in More Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History /
   Joel Christian Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) (Fulcrum
   Publishing, 2018). -- About conjoined twins. -- Call no.:
   E185.96.G544 2018
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"The Green Book for the Negro Motorist : Victor Green,
   1892-1960" p. 73-83 in More Uncelebrated Narratives from
   Black History / Joel Christian Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2)
   (Fulcrum Publishing, 2018). -- Includes a description of
   Idlewild, Michigan. -- Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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"All Blood Runs Red : Eugene Bullard, 1895-1961" p. 85-101 in
   More Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History / Joel
   Christian Gill (Strange Fruit ; v. 2) (Fulcrum Publishing,
   2018). -- Call no.: E185.96.G544 2018
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Different Shades of the Future : Coloring Book for Kids /
   Jarisa Hall ; illustrated by Mushfiq Emon. -- United States
   : Jarisa Hall, 2022. -- 54 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Shows
   images of African American children in a variety of
   possible careers. -- A coloring book about vocations. --
   Call no.: HQ792.U5 H25 2022
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Black Panther : the Official Wakanda Cookbook / Nyanyika
   Banda. -- San Rafael, CA : Insight Editions, 2022. -- 143
   p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- Summary (from publisher via
   OCLC): "Create meals fit for a king with this cookbook
   featuring over seventy delicious recipes from Wakanda and
   the African continent." -- Call no.: TX725.A4 B364 2022
Banda, Nyanyika, 1981-
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Keywords for Comics Studies / edited by Ramzi Fawaz, Shelley
   Streeby, and Deborah Elizabeth Whaley. -- New York : New
   York University Press, 2021. -- 274 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references. -- A reference book on
   scholarly terminology. -- Contents: "Adaptation" / Matt
   Yockey. p. 11-14 ; "Alternative" / Charles Hatfield. p.
   15-20 ; "Archie" / Bart Beaty. p. 21-23 ; "Archive" /
   Margaret Galvan. p. 24-26 ; "Border" / Cathy Schlund-Vials.
   p. 27-29 ; "Caricature" / Rebecca Wanzo. p. 30-32 ;
   "Cartoon" / Michael Mark Cohen. p. 33-37 ; "Censorship" /
   Amy Kiste Nyberg. p. 38-42 ; "Circulation" / Benjamin Woo.
   p. 43-45 ; "Cognition" / Michael Chaney & Sara Biggs
   Chaney. p. 46-48 ; "Comic Book" / Jared Gardner. p. 49-54 ;
   "Comic Strip" / Jessica Quick Stark. p. 55-57 ; "Comix" /
   Nicholas Sammond. p. 48-62 ; "Cosplay" / Ellen Kirkpatrick.
   p. 63-67 ; "Creator" / Susan Kirtley. p. 68-69 ;
   "Disability" / José Alaniz. p. 70-73 ; "Diversity" /
   Frederick Luis Aldama. p. 74-79 ; "Documentary" /
   Christopher Spaide. p. 80-84 ; "EC Comics" / Nicholas
   Yanes. p. 85-88 ; "Fandom" / Aaron Kashtan. p. 87-92 ;
   "Fantasy" / Darieck Scott. p. 93-96 ; "Feminism" / Yetta
   Howard. p. 97-101 ; "Form" / Scott Bukatman. p. 102-105 ;
   "Gender" / Ian Blechschmidt. p. 109-113 ; "Genre" / Shelley
   Streeby. p. 114-117 ; "Graphic Novel" / Tahneer Oksman. p.
   118-121 ; "Gutter" / Christopher Pizzino. p. 122-126 ;
   "Industry" / Gregory Steirer. p. 127-130 ; "Ink" / Stacey
   Robinson. p. 131-133 ; "Latinx" / Isabel Millán. p. 134-138
   ; "Love and Rockets" / Enrique García. p. 139-143 ;
   "Lowbrow" / Sean Guynes. p. 144-147 ; "Manga" / Adam L.
   Kern. p. 148-153 ; "Memoir" / Joo Ok Kim. p. 154-156 ;
   "Nostalgia" / Blair Davis. p. 157-159 ; "Panel" / Matt
   Silady. p. 160-164 ; "Pornography" / Justin Hall. p.
   165-167 ; "Print" / Carol L. Tilley. p. 168-170 ; "Queer" /
   Ramzi Fawaz & Darieck Scott. p. 171-175 ; "Race" Jonathan
   W. Gray. p. 176-179 ; "Reader" / Frank Bramlett. p. 180-183
   ; "Sequence" / Barbara Postema. p. 184-186 ; "Seriality" /
   Osvaldo Oyola. p 187-191 ; "Southern" / Brannon Costello.
   p. 192-195 ; "Speculation" / André Carrington. p. 196-199 ;
   "Superhero" / Benjamin Saunders. p. 200-203 ; "Superman" /
   Ian Gordon. p. 204-206 ; "Trans-/*" / Cáel M. Keegan. p.
   207-210 ; "Universe" / Anthony Michael D'Agostino. p.
   211-214 ; "Watchmen" / Andrew Hoberek. p. 215-217 ;
   "Webcomics" / Leah Misemer. p. 208-221 ; "Wonder Woman" /
   Phil Jimenez. p. 222-227 ; "X-Men" / Alexandro Segade. p.
   228-232 ; "Zine" / Mimi Thi Nguyen. p. 233-237 -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021
Fawaz, Ramzi.
Streeby, Shelley, 1963-  
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"Adaptation" / Matt Yockey. p. 11-14 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Alternative" / Charles Hatfield. p. 15-20 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Archie" / Bart Beaty. p. 21-23 in Keywords for Comics Studies
   (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6707.K48
   2021 
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"Archive" / Margaret Galvan. p. 24-26 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Border" / Cathy Schlund-Vials. p. 27-29 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Caricature" / Rebecca Wanzo. p. 30-32 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Cartoon" / Michael Mark Cohen. p. 33-37 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Censorship" / Amy Kiste Nyberg. p. 38-42 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Circulation" / Benjamin Woo. p. 43-45 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Cognition" / Michael Chaney & Sara Biggs Chaney. p. 46-48 in
   Keywords for Comics Studies (New York University Press,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Comic Book" / Jared Gardner. p. 49-54 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Comic Strip" / Jessica Quick Stark. p. 55-57 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Comix" / Nicholas Sammond. p. 48-62 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Cosplay" / Ellen Kirkpatrick. p. 63-67 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Creator" / Susan Kirtley. p. 68-69 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Disability" / José Alaniz. p. 70-73 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Diversity" / Frederick Luis Aldama. p. 74-79 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Documentary" / Christopher Spaide. p. 80-84 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"EC Comics" / Nicholas Yanes. p. 85-88 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Fandom" / Aaron Kashtan. p. 87-92 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Fantasy" / Darieck Scott. p. 93-96 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Feminism" / Yetta Howard. p. 97-101 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Form" / Scott Bukatman. p. 102-105 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Gender" / Ian Blechschmidt. p. 109-113 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Genre" / Shelley Streeby. p. 114-117 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Graphic Novel" / Tahneer Oksman. p. 118-121 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Gutter" / Christopher Pizzino. p. 122-126 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Industry" / Gregory Steirer. p. 127-130 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Ink" / Stacey Robinson. p. 131-133 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Latinx" / Isabel Millán. p. 134-138 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Love and Rockets" / Enrique García. p. 139-143 in Keywords
   for Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Lowbrow" / Sean Guynes. p. 144-147 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Manga" / Adam L. Kern. p. 148-153 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Memoir" / Joo Ok Kim. p. 154-156 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Nostalgia" / Blair Davis. p. 157-159 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Panel" / Matt Silady. p. 160-164 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Pornography" / Justin Hall. p. 165-167 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Print" / Carol L. Tilley. p. 168-170 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Queer" / Ramzi Fawaz & Darieck Scott. p. 171-175 in Keywords
   for Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Race" Jonathan W. Gray. p. 176-179 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Reader" / Frank Bramlett. p. 180-183 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Sequence" / Barbara Postema. p. 184-186 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Seriality" / Osvaldo Oyola. p 187-191 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Southern" / Brannon Costello. p. 192-195 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Speculation" / André Carrington. p. 196-199 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Superhero" / Benjamin Saunders. p. 200-203 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Superman" / Ian Gordon. p. 204-206 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Trans-/*" / Cáel M. Keegan. p. 207-210 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Universe" / Anthony Michael D'Agostino. p. 211-214 in
   Keywords for Comics Studies (New York University Press,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Watchmen" / Andrew Hoberek. p. 215-217 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Webcomics" / Leah Misemer. p. 208-221 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Wonder Woman" / Phil Jimenez. p. 222-227 in Keywords for
   Comics Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call
   no.: PN6707.K48 2021 
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"X-Men" / Alexandro Segade. p. 228-232 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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"Zine" / Mimi Thi Nguyen. p. 233-237 in Keywords for Comics
   Studies (New York University Press, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6707.K48 2021 
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Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad / by Michael
   Martin. -- Mankato, Minn. : Capstone Press, 2005. -- 31 p.
   : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Graphic Library. Graphic History)
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 31) and index.
   -- Biographical genre. -- Call no.: E444.T82 M33 2005
Martin, Michael, 1948-
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Seibetsu ga, nai! : Ryôsei Guyû no Monogatarî / Arai Shô =
   Arai Shou. -- Tôkyô : Bunkasha, 2005-2014. --  -- ill. ; 22
   cm. -- (Bunkasha Comics) -- Complete in 15 vols. --
   Summary: Four-panel essay manga based on the author's
   personal experiences as an intersex person. --
   Autobiographical genre, about sexual minorities and gender
   nonconformity. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-4. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.J33 A661 S45 2005
Arai, Shô, 1971-
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Kenshin : Kaito Yûjirô den / saku Koike Kazuo ; ga Matsumori
   Tadashi. -- Tôkyô : Shûeisha, 1984-1987. -- ill. ; 18 cm.
   -- (Pureibôi Comics) -- Complete in 19 vols. -- Sports
   genre, about boxing. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1, 4-5. -- Call
   no.: PN6790.J33 K64 K4 1984
Matsumori, Tadashi.
Koike, Kazuo, 1936-2019.
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Poketto Monsutâ = Pocket Monsters : Film Comic / Tajiri
   Satoshi gensaku ; Ishihara Tsunekazu kanshû. -- Tôkyô :
   Shôgakkan, 1997-2003. -- col. ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Tentômushi
   Komikkusu Animeban) -- Complete in 62 vols. -- Consists of
   3 subseries, with each volume assigned numbers for both its
   place within its subseries as well as within the entire
   series. -- Contents: 1-20. Poketto monsutâ ; 21-29. Orenji
   shotô hen ; 30-62. Kingin hen. -- Summary: A manga
   adaptation of the anime television series Pokêmon, using
   images from the show. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 57 (incomplete).
   -- Call no.: PN6790.J34 P6P62 1997
Tajiri, Satoshi, 1965-
Ishihara, Tsunekazu.
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Li'l Jormly / author, Christopher Sperandio ; editor, David
   Schilter ; layout, Markus Häfliger. -- Latvia : Grafiskie
   Stâsti, 2022. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 15 cm. -- (Mini Kus! ;
   105) -- "The world just went through three Armageddons and
   Li'l Jormly lost his family. Can you help our doomed hero
   to navigate through the toxic Wastie Land and fight giant
   worms and mutated rats? Better be prepared for a tough
   journey." -- New wave and funny animal genres. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.55.S635 L55 2022
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Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott / by Connie Colwell
   Miller ; illustrated by Dan Kalal. -- Mankato, Minnesota. :
   Capstone Press, 2007. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. --
   (Graphic Library. Graphic Biographies) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 30-31) and index. --
   Contents: Rosa takes a stand ; The bus boycott ; Change
   comes to Montgomery ; Leaving her mark ; More about Rosa
   Parks. -- Biographical gene, and about African American
   civil rights and segregation in transportation. -- Call
   no.: F334.M753 P38556 2007
Miller, Connie Colwell, 1976-
Kalal, Dan.
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National Woman's Party : Fight for Suffrage / by Emily Sohn ;
   illustrated by Eduardo Garcia. -- North Mankato, Minnesota
   : Capstone Press, 2021. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. --
   (Graphic Library. Movements and Resistance) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 31) and index. -- Summary
   (from back cover): "On the morning of January 10, 1917,
   thirteen determined women stood at the gates of the White
   House and held banners reading "How Long Must Women Wait
   for Liberty?" They were there to force President Woodrow
   Wilson to take notice of their demand for the right to
   vote. It was the first day of weeks of picketing, which
   would stop only when the women were arrested and jailed.
   Despite criticism from the public and mistreatment by
   public officials, the suffragists were determined to gain
   the right to vote. Their resilience and dedication fueled a
   movement that brought progress to the lives of women." --
   Contents: Birth of a party ; Escalating tactics ;
   Deteriorating conditions ; Shifting winds ; A rocky road to
   change ; More about the fight for women's suffrage. --
   Historical genre. -- Call no.: JK1898.S6 2021
Garcia, Eduardo, 1970-
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Gekkan Auto = Out. -- Tôkyô : Minori Shobô, 1977-1995. -- ill.
   (some col.) ; 26 cm. -- Published v. 1, no. 1 (May 1977) -
   v. 19, no.5 (May 1995). -- A periodical about Japanese
   popular culture, anime and manga. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 15,
   no. 3 (=no. 240) (Feb. 1991) -- Call no.: NC1766.J3 G45
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John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry / by Jason Glaser ;
   illustrated by Al Milgrom, Bill Anderson and Charles
   Barnett III. -- Mankato, Minn. : Capstone Press, 2006. --
   32 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Graphic Library. Graphic
   History) -- Contents: Nation divided ; Brown's plan ; Raid
   ; After the raid ; More about John Brown's raid. -- The
   story of John Brown's 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia.
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 30-31) and
   index. -- Historical genre. -- Call no.: E451.G57 2006
Brown, John, 1800-1859.
Anderson, Bill, 1963-
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The Librarian's Guide to Graphic Novels for Adults / David S.
   Serchay. -- New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2010. --
   320 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and indexes. -- Contents: Why offer graphic
   novels for adults in your library? ; What are comic books
   and graphic novels? ; What genres do graphic novels cover?
   ; What is manga and where else do graphic novels come from?
   ; How can you purchase your graphic novel collection? ; How
   do you decide what to purchase and what is available? ; How
   do you manage your collection? ; How can you display,
   promote, and work with your collection? ; How do comics and
   graphic novels fit in academia? ; What is the future of
   graphic novels? -- Call no.: Z692.G7 S469 2010
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Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes : Whiteness and its
   Borderlands in American Comics and Graphic Novels / Josef
   Benson and Doug Singsen. -- Jackson : University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022. -- 286 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index.-- A book about
   whiteness and racism in American comic books. -- Contents:
   "Race and Racism in the Birth of the Superhero" p. 16-42 ;
   "The Southern Outlaw and the White Indian in Western
   Comics" p. 43-66 ; "Colonialism and Primitivism in US
   Comics" p. 67-89 ; "Civil Rights and the Limits of
   Liberalism" p. 90-126 ; "Robert Crumb's Cathartic Racism"
   p. 127-151 ; "Jewish Exceptionalism and Assimilation in the
   1970s and 1980s" p. 152-173 ; "Racial Borderlands in
   Alternative Comics" p. 174-196 ; "The Deconstruction of the
   White Superhero in Watchmen" p. 197-220 ; "Frank Miller's
   Hypermasculine Whiteness and the Defense of Western
   Culture" p. 221-245 ; "Reskinning Narratives : Taking Off
   the Mask." p. 246-265 -- Call no.: PN6725.B3765 2022
Benson, Josef, 1974-
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"Race and Racism in the Birth of the Superhero" p. 16-42 in
   Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug
   Singsen (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"The Southern Outlaw and the White Indian in Western Comics"
   p. 43-66 in Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef
   Benson and Doug Singsen (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022. -- Call no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Colonialism and Primitivism in US Comics" p. 67-89 in
   Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug
   Singsen (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Civil Rights and the Limits of Liberalism" p. 90-126 in
   Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug
   Singsen (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Robert Crumb's Cathartic Racism" p. 127-151 in Bandits,
   Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug Singsen
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Jewish Exceptionalism and Assimilation in the 1970s and
   1980s" p. 152-173 in Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by
   Josef Benson and Doug Singsen (University Press of
   Mississippi, 2022. -- Call no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Racial Borderlands in Alternative Comics" p. 174-196 in
   Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug
   Singsen (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"The Deconstruction of the White Superhero in Watchmen" p.
   197-220 in Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef
   Benson and Doug Singsen (University Press of Mississippi,
   2022. -- Call no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Frank Miller's Hypermasculine Whiteness and the Defense of
   Western Culture" p. 221-245 in Bandits, Misfits, and
   Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug Singsen (University
   Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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"Reskinning Narratives : Taking Off the Mask." p. 246-265 in
   Bandits, Misfits, and Superheroes, by Josef Benson and Doug
   Singsen (University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- Call
   no.: PN6725.B3765 2022 
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Jeff Lemire : Conversations / edited by Dale Jacobs. --
   Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2022. -- 197 p.
   ; 23 cm. -- (Conversations with Comic Artists) -- A book of
   29 interviews with Lemire reprinted from various sources.
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-192) and
   index. -- Call no.: PN6733.L44 Z5J3 2002
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El Gato Negro : Nocturnal Warrior Collection : The beginning /
   story & art, Richard E. Dominguez ; with Michael S. Moore &
   Efren V. Molina. --Dallas, Texas : Azteca Productions,
   2021. -- 83 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Collection of issues
   originally published of El Gato Negro #1-4; El Gato Negro,
   Nocturnal Warrior: Legacy #1, #2." -- Superhero genre,
   Mexican American superhero. -- Call no.: PN6727.D583 G3
   2021
Dominguez, Richard E., 1960-
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The Buffalo Soldiers and the American West / by Jason Glaser ;
   illustrated by Tod Smith and Charles Barnett III. -- North
   Mankato, Minn. : Capstone Press, 2006. -- 32 p. : col. ill.
   ; 24 cm. -- (Graphic Library. Graphic History) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 30-31) and index. -- Summary
   (from OCLC): The story of the African American soldiers
   known as Buffalo Soldiers, who fought against American
   Indians and protected the western frontier of the United
   States in the latter half of the 1800s. -- Historical
   genre. -- Call no.: E185.925.G543 2006
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A Concise Dictionary of Comics / Nancy Pedri ; illustrated by
   Chuck Howitt. -- Jackson : University Press of Mississippi,
   2022. -- 218 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 109-204) and index. -- Summary (fro back
   cover): "Written in straightforward, jargon-free language,
   A Concise Dictionary of Comics guides students,
   researchers, readers, and educators of all ages and at all
   levels of comics expertise. It provides them with a
   dictionary that doubles as a compendium of comics
   scholarship. A Concise Dictionary of Comics provides clear
   and informative definitions for each term." -- Call no.:
   PN6707.P43 2022
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Sickle Cell. book one, The Winds of Change / written by Dorain
   P. Davis Jr. ; art and illustrations by Dorain P. Davis Jr.
   -- United States : Infamous Darren Comix, 2022. -- 56 p. :
   col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Infamous Darren ; 2) -- "Issue 2
   continues right where we left off in issue one answering a
   question as to why the young man with the three women are
   here at 'The School for the Gifted' and diving into the
   young man's past. This part of the story is how he came to
   be and how he found out his power is linked to his disease,
   Sickle Cell." -- New wave and superhero genres. -- Call
   no.: PN6728.55.I477 S5 2022
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Graphic Novels : a Guide to Comic Books, Manga, and More /
   Michael Pawuk and David S. Serchay. -- Second edition. --
   Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited, 2017. --
   719 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. -- (Genreflecting Advisory Series)
   -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 643-648) and
   indexes. -- Contents: Superheroes ; Action and adventure ;
   Science fiction ; Fantasy ; Horror ; Crime and mysteries ;
   General fiction ; Humor ; Non-fiction ; Recommended
   additional book sources ; Publishing companies on the
   Internet ; Other online sources. -- Call no.: PN6710.P33
   2017
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The Hammer and the Anvil : Fredrick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln,
   and the End of Slavery in America / Dwight Jon Zimmerman ;
   illustrated by Wayne Vansant ; foreword by James M.
   McPherson ; editorial consultant, Craig Symonds. -- New
   York : Hill and Wang, 2012. -- 150 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
   -- Includes bibliographical references. -- Historical and
   biographical genres, about antislavery movements and
   African American abolitionists. -- Call no.: E449.D75 Z56
   2012
McPherson, James M., 1936-
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When I Came Out / Anne Mette Kaerulf Lorentzen ; translated by
   Charlotte Barslund. -- London : SelfMadeHero, 2020. -- 140
   p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- Translation from Danish of:
   Skamlebben. -- Summary (from back cover): "Forty-something
   Louise is married to Peter, with whom she has four
   children. They live in a big house, and on paper everything
   looks fantastic. But Louise has a secret that she barely
   dares to admit to herself: a burning desire for women. When
   I Came Out is the story of a woman who has met society's
   expectations throughout her life but finally realizes that
   she has not been true to herself. From first-time creator
   Anne Mette Kaerulf Lorentzen, this bold and elaborate piece
   of autobiographical work addresses personal anxieties about
   coming-out later in life and documents her jump from a
   safe, well-established, heteronormative, middle-class life
   to living openly as a lesbian. With beautiful drawings
   using anthropomorphic characters, Anne Mette Kaerulf
   Lorentzen tells her coming out story with charming
   sensitivity and a loving humour." -- Funny animal and
   autobiographical genres. -- Call no.: HQ75.4.L67 A3 2020
Lorentzen, Anne Mette Kaerulf.
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Arturo Alfonso Schomburg : Biography. -- Frederick, Maryland :
   May 3rd Books, Inc., 2021. -- 30 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. --
   (Kool Kreyol Collection) -- Other title: Lekti Kids
   Prezante Arturo Alfonso Schomburg. -- Copyright by Michelle
   St. Claire. -- "Presented in both English/Haitian Creole."
   -- Biographical genre. -- Call no.: E185.97.S36 S3 2021
St. Claire, Michelle.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938
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The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr : April 4, 1968 /
   Terry Collins. -- Chicago : Heinemann/Raintree, 2014. -- 48
   p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- Summary (from back cover): On
   the night of April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr., a
   leading figure of the civil rights movement, delivered one
   of his most powerful speeches to a packed church in
   Memphis, Tennessee. It would be his final act in the fight
   for equality. This graphic nonfiction book tells the story
   of one of the saddest days in American history. -- Call
   no.: E185.97.K5 C655 2014
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Nina Simone : Biography / writer, Michelle St. Claire. --
   Frederick, Md. : May 3rd Books, Inc., 2021. -- 26 p. : col.
   ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Kool Kreyol Collection) -- Other title:
   Lekti Kids Prezante Nina Simone. -- "Presented in both
   English/Haitian Crèole." -- Biographical genre. -- Call
   no.: ML420.S5635 S3 2021
Simone, Nina, 1933-2003.
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The Brave Escape of Ellen and William Craft / by Donald B.
   Lemke ; illustrated by Phil Miller, Tod Smith and Charles
   Barnett, III. -- Mankato, Minn. : Capstone Press, 2006. --
   32 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Graphic Library. Graphic
   History) -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 31) and
   index. -- Summary (from OCLC): The story of Ellen and
   William Craft's daring escape in 1848 from slavery in
   Georgia to freedom in Pennsylvania. -- Contents: A slave
   couple ; An escape plan ; Two tickets to freedom ;
   Christmas in Philadelphia. -- Historical genre, about
   African American fugitive slaves. -- Call no.: E450.L46
   2006
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Abbott : 1973 / written by Saladin Ahmed ; illustrated by Sami
   Kivelä ; colored by Mattia Iacono ; lettered by Jim
   Campbell. -- Los Angeles, CA : Boom! Studios, 2021. -- 1 v.
   : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "Originally published in single
   magazine form as Abbott 1973 no. 1-5." -- Summary (from
   back cover): "Elena Abbott is one of Detroit's toughest
   reporters--and after defeating the dark forces that
   murdered her husband, she's focused on the most important
   election in the city's history. But when someone uses dark
   magic to sabotage the campaign of the prospective first
   Black mayor of Detroit, it becomes clear to Abbott that the
   supernatural conspiracy in her city is even greater than
   she ever imagined. Now Abbott must exhaust all her
   abilities as a reporter and a supernatural savior to rescue
   Detroit--but at what cost to her own life? Miles Morales:
   Spider-Man mastermind & Eisner Award-winning writer Saladin
   Ahmed and acclaimed Machine Gun Wizards artist Sami Kivelä
   return to the Hugo Award-nominated world of Abbott, as the
   eponymous unstoppable reporter tackles a new corruption
   taking over Detroit in 1973 and the supernatural threat
   behind it." -- Detective genre, about an African American
   woman journalist in Detroit, Mich. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.K5845 A22 2021
Campbell, Jim, 1977-
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Call Me Nathan / Catherine Castro ; & Quentin Zuttion ;
   translated by Evan McGorray. -- London : Self Made Hero,
   2022. -- 143 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. -- Translation of:
   Appelez-moi Nathan. -- Summary (from back cover): "Assigned
   female at birth, Nathan spends his formative years facing
   questions without answers. As puberty hits and begins to
   change his body, it all just feels wrong, and something
   needs to change for it to feel right. He finds himself at a
   crucial crossroads. Becoming oneself is the work of a
   lifetime, no matter our gender, sexuality, or refusal to be
   limited by such categorizations. For Nathan, his courageous
   first steps towards discovering his true self happen
   through transition. Based on a true story, Catherine Castro
   and Quentin Zuttion explore the tenacity and bravery that
   such a journey entails while society continues to wrestle
   with the meaning of identity. Call Me Nathan issues a
   moving call for understanding, a powerful denunciation of
   prejudice, and a celebration of everything it means to
   love." -- Alternative genre, about a transgender person. --
   Call no.: PN6747.Z83 A613 2022
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Självsyn och Världsbild i Tecknade Serier : Visuella
   Berätttelser av Cecilia Torudd, Ulf Lundkvist, Gunna Grähs
   och Joakim Pirinen / Kristina Arnerud Mejhammar. --
   Strängnäs : Sanatorium Förlag, 2020. -- 326 p. : ill. (part
   col.) ; 25 cm. -- (Seriehistoriskt Bibliothek ; nr. 1) --
   Thesis (doctoral)--Uppsala Universitet, Uppsala, 2020. --
   Includes bibliographical references (p. 290-311) and
   indexes. -- Includes English summary (p. 238-243). -- "This
   thesis is a study of the ways that comics artists represent
   themselves in their comics and how they use their own
   personal life experiences to tell sequential art stories.
   This study presents empirical material that has not been
   researched from this perspective before. At the core is the
   work of Cecilia Torudd (born 1942), Ulf Lundkvist (born
   1952), Gunna Grähs (born 1954) and Joakim Pirinen (born
   1961): four Swedish artists belonging to a larger number of
   cartoonists wh emerged between the late 1970s and early
   1980s, at a time when so-called adult comics (vuxenserier)
   boomed in Sweden. ..." -- A dissertation about self esteem
   and world view in Swedish alternative comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6790.S9 M4 2020
Mejhammar, Kristina Arnerud.
Torudd, Cecilia, 1942-
Lundkvist, Ulf, 1952-
Grähs, Gunna, 1954-
Pirinen, Joakim, 1961-
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Superheroes in Crisis : Adjusting to Social Change in the
   1960s and 1970s / Jeffrey K. Johnson. -- Rochester, New
   York : RIT Press, 2013. -- 122 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
   (Comics Studies Monograph Series) -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Contents: The
   early years ; Middle-age changes ; The early 1970s :
   self-doubt and worry ; Where do we go from here? -- A book
   about superhero comic books. -- Call no.: PN6725.J63 S8
   2013
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"Now That I Work Full Time Again"* (Sally Forth, Apr. 3, 2022)
   / by Francesco Marciuliano & Jim Keefe. -- Summary: Being
   back to work makes the weekends better. -- Call no.:
   oversize PN6726.S79 Apr. 3, 2022
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"I'm Scheduled to Get a Booster Shot for the Latest Covid
   Strain"* (Brewster Rockit Space Guy!, Apr. 3, 2022) / Tim
   Rickard. -- Summary: Perhaps reality is just a computer
   simulation, infected with a virus, but whatever, get some
   more face masks while you're out. -- Call no.: oversize
   PN6726.S79 Apr. 3, 2022
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Hergé au Sommet / Benoît Grimonpont, Patrice Guérin, Cyrille
   Mozgovine, Bertrand Portevin, Jean Rime ; coordonné par
   Olivier Roche ; préface d'Albert Algoud ; postface de
   Renaud Nattiez. -- Paris : Éditions Sépia, 2021. -- 187 p.
   : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm. -- (Zoom sur Hergé) -- Contents
   	Préface : "Tintin, l'Homme qui Monte" / Albert Algoud. p.
   7-9 ; "Tintin au Tibet : Hergé et son Héros entre Cimes at
   Abîmes" / Benoît Grimonpont et Patrice Guérin. p. 10-50 ;
   "L'Ascenscion des Faces Cachées : Première Cordée" /
   Bertrand Portevin. p. 52-69 ; "L'Imaginaire Helvétique
   d'Hergé : Il y de si jolies Montagnes en Suisse, et de si
   Beaux Lacs" / Jean Rime. p. 72-151 ; "Tintin, le Retour du
   Héros Christique" / Cyrille Mozgovine. p. 152-166 ;
   Postface : "De la Verticalité dans Les Aventures de Tintin"
   / Renaud Nattiez. p. 167-177. -- Based on talks given at a
   roundtable held Oct. 15, 2017 at a meeting titled 'Tintin
   au Sommet.' -- Includes bibliographical references. --
   Mainly about mountains in Les Aventures de Tintin. -- Call
   no.: PN6747.H4 Z5R6 2021
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"Tintin, l'Homme qui Monte" / Albert Algoud. p. 7-9 in Hergé
   au Sommet (Éditions Sépia, 2021). -- Preface. -- Call no.:
   PN6747.H4 Z5R6 2021
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"Tintin au Tibet : Hergé et son Héros entre Cimes at Abîmes" /
   Benoît Grimonpont et Patrice Guérin. p. 10-50 in Hergé au
   Sommet (Éditions Sépia, 2021). -- Call no.: PN6747.H4 Z5R6
   2021
Grimonpont, Benoît, 1971-
Guérin, Patrice, 1980-
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"L'Imaginaire Helvétique d'Hergé : Il y de si jolies Montagnes
   en Suisse, et de si Beaux Lacs" / Jean Rime. p. 72-151 in
   Hergé au Sommet (Éditions Sépia, 2021). -- Call no.:
   PN6747.H4 Z5R6 2021
Rime, Jean, 1986-
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"Tintin, le Retour du Héros Christique" / Cyrille Mozgovine.
   p. 152-166 in Hergé au Sommet (Éditions Sépia, 2021). --
   Call no.: PN6747.H4 Z5R6 2021
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"De la Verticalité dans Les Aventures de Tintin" / Renaud
   Nattiez. p. 167-177 in Hergé au Sommet (Éditions Sépia,
   2021). -- Postface. -- Call no.: PN6747.H4 Z5R6 2021
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"L'Ascenscion des Faces Cachées : Première Cordée" / Bertrand
   Portevin. p. 52-69 in Hergé au Sommet (Éditions Sépia,
   2021). -- Call no.: PN6747.H4 Z5R6 2021
Portevin, Bertrand, 1957-
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Writing Cartoons in 4 Acts, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying
   and Love the Midpoint / Chris Savino. -- United States :
   Chris Savino, 2020. -- 117 p. ; 22 cm. -- A book about the
   authorship of animated television programs. -- Call no.:
   PN1996.S333 2020
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Le Genre : Cet Obscur Objet du Désordre / scénario,
   Anne-Charlotte Husson ; dessin, mise en couleurs,
   lettrage,Thomas Mathieu ; postface, Laurier Richard. --
   Belgium : Casterman, 2021. -- 89 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. --
   Summary (from back cover): Durant la dernière décennie, des
   millions de personnes ont manifesté contre lui à travers le
   monde. Pourtant, il reste largement méconnu. Qualifié par
   ses adversaires de théorie ou d'idéologie, le concept de
   genre fait l'objet de vives polémiques concernant
   l'éducation, le mariage et la filiation. Cette bande
   dessinée part de l'exemple français et notamment des
   manifestations contre le ' mariage pour tous '. De la
   Pologne au Brésil, en passant par l'Italie et la Hongrie,
   les détails changent mais l'enjeu reste le même : ces
   mobilisations conservatrices questionnent le fondement même
   des démocraties libérales. -- Educational genre, about
   gender identity. -- Call no.: PN6747.M3554 G4 2021
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Visible Cities, Global Comics : Urban Images and Spatial Form
   / Benjamin Fraser. -- Jackson : University Press of
   Mississippi, 2019. -- 290 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Contents: The
   modern city streets ; The passions of everyday urban life ;
   Urban planning, built environment, and the structure of
   cities ; Architecture, materiality, and the tactile city ;
   Danger, disease, and death in the graphic urban
   imagination. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC): "Fraser
   brings insights from urban theory to bear on specific
   comics. The works selected comprise a variety of
   international, alternative, and independent small-press
   comics artists, from engravings and early comics to
   single-panel work, graphic novels, manga, and trading
   cards, by artists such as Will Eisner, Tsutomu Nihei,
   Hariton Pushwagner, Julie Doucet, Frans Masereel, and Chris
   Ware." -- A book about cities and public spaces in comics.
   -- Call no: PN6714.F74 2019
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Treasures Retold : the Lost Art of Alex Toth / Dean Mullaney ;
   art by Alex Toth. -- San Diego : IDW Publishing, 2019. --
   294 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 34 cm. -- Adventure story
   genres. -- Call no.: PN6727.T6 T7 2019
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Stonewall / Sasha Steinberg. -- White River Junction, VT :
   Sasha Steinberg, 2012- . -- col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Author
   entered in this index under "Velour, Sasha." -- Author's
   note, bk. 1: "Stonewall is a ten-part comics series, which
   dramatizes the events of the historical "Stonewall Riots"
   that took place in 1969 in New York City. The Stonewall Inn
   was a gay bar in the city's Greenwich Village... This
   ten-part comics series will present the same historical
   events from three different perspectives, each one drawn in
   a classic comic style." -- Distinctive title, bk. 1: Miss
   Venus. -- Historical genre, with gay, trans and drag
   performing people. -- LIBRARY HAS: bk. 1. -- Call no.:
   PN6727.V413 S75 2012
Velour, Sasha.
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Nice Gender! : Did Your Mom Pick It Out For You? : Comics / by
   Sophie Labelle. -- Montreal, Quebec : Assigned Male Comics,
   2018? -- 31 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. -- Summary (from
   serioustransvibes.com via OCLC): "In Sophie Labelle's new
   comic book Nice Gender! Did your mom pick it out for you?,
   Stephie babysits a toddler who wasn't assigned any gender
   at birth with the help of her friend Ciel." -- A comic book
   about gender identity and transgender people. -- Call no.:
   PN6733.L23N4 2018
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Gender Liberation and Warm Fuzzies : Followed by The Legend of
   the Rarest Genders / by Sophie Labelle. -- Montréal, Québec
   : Sophie Labelle, 2016. -- 32 P. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. --
   "From the webcomic Assigned Male." -- Comic book about
   gender identity and transgender youth. -- Call no.:
   PN6733.L23 G43 2016
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Is Superman Circumcised? : the Complete Jewish History of the
   World's Greatest Hero / Roy Schwartz. -- Jefferson, North
   Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., 2021. -- 364 p. :
   ill. ; 26 cm. -- Includes bibliographical references and
   index. -- Contents: I. Scriptural Superheroes: The Ancient
   Roots of the Man of Tomorrow ;  II. Shticks from the
   Shtetl: How Jews Created Comics and Caped Crusaders ; III.
   Mensch of Steel: Fulfilling Jewish Fantasy and Faith ; IV.
   Postwar to Postmodern: Redefining Superman, Comics and
   Judaism. -- A book about Superman, superhero comics, and
   Jewish comics characters and Jewish comics creators. --
   Call no.: PN6728.S8 Z5 S35 2021
Schwartz, Roy, 1980-
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Hollywood Spotlight : the Ultimate Guide to Black Widow. --
   Miami, FL : Centennial Media, 2021. -- 96 p. : col. ill. ;
   28 cm. -- A book about superhero films, the Black Widow and
   other Marvel film characters. -- Call no.: PN6728.B5445
   Z5H8 2021
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The Story of Marvel : from Humble Beginnings to Phase Four and
   Beyond : Time Special Edition. -- Heinrich Bauer
   Publishing, 2021. -- 96 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. -- Story of
   the Marvel Comics company and its superhero comic books and
   films. -- Call no.: PN6725.S773 2021
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The Tarzan vs. Predator Comic Book : an Ethnographic Analysis
   / Stanford W. Carpenter. -- 32 leaves ; 28 cm. --
   Conference paper, probably presented at 29th Popular
   Culture Association Conference, Mar. 31-Apr. 3, 1999. --
   Includes bibliographical references. -- Race in comics. --
   Call no.: PN6725.C2695T3 1999
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EC's Number One Fan : the Historic 1950s Fanzine Writing of
   Larry Stark. -- Bartlett, Tennessee : Boardman Books, 2016.
   -- 26 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Comics Monographs ; no. 4) --
   Reprints original typescripts of an article about EC Comics
   ("Elegy") and a radio script ("Perfect Nightmare"), with
   brief introductions of each by Thommy Burns. -- Call no.:
   PN6725.S746 2016
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The Origin of Marvelman / Matthew H. Gore. -- Ellendale,
   Tennessee : Boardman Books, between 2008 and 2014. -- Rev.
   ed. -- 52 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Comics Monographs ; no. 1)
   -- "Fourth BIG Printing!" -- Includes "The comics of Len
   Miller," a list of the US style or "pirate" comic books of
   L. Miller & Son, Ltd. and L. Miller & Co. (Hackney) Ltd.
   (p. 31-43). -- Contents: 	The origin of Marvelman ; British
   comics ; the British goldenage ; American comics in Britain
   ; Captain Marvel ; National Comics Publications vs. Fawcett
   Publications; Marvelman ; Michael "Mick" Anglo ; Who owns
   Marvelman ; Marvelman & the case of the missing space ace ;
   The comics of Len Miller. -- A book about the British
   superhero. -- Call no.: PN6735.G67 2008
Anglo, Mick, 1916-2011.
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Steve Ditko in the 1960s : In His Own Words, In His
   Interviews, In the Words of the Fans Who Knew Him / J.
   Ballmann. -- Middletown, Delaware : Totalmojo Productions,
   Inc., 2020. -- 153 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Summary (from
   Google via OCLC): "The exact contents of this book include
   the first five interviews that Steve Ditko ever granted,
   and each is reprinted in its entirety. Bernie Bubnis, the
   first person to ever interview the artist, recounts his
   many visits to Steve Ditko's studio from 1962 to 1964 and
   his successful attempts to persuade the artist to attend
   the 1964 New York Comicon. Also included are eleven
   substantial letters Steve Ditko wrote in the 1960s: three
   to future artist Ken Landgraf that are filled with advice
   about art, and eight letters the artist wrote to various
   1960s publications. In addition, seventeen pieces of
   rarely-seen and little-known Steve Ditko art are reprinted
   here, many for the first time anywhere, that originally
   appeared in such obscure, impossible-to-find publications
   as The Comics Reader, Yancy Street Journal, Aurora the
   Crimestoppers Monthly, and several early convention
   programs. Finally, this book presents insights about Steve
   Ditko in letters from those who worked with him and knew
   him the best: Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Gary Friedrich, and Flo
   Steinberg." -- Call no.: PN6727.D56 Z5B3 2020
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Tales of the Implosion : How a 1957 Business Catastrophe
   Created the Marvel Universe / Thomas G. Lammers. --
   Bartlett, Tennessee : Boardman Books, 2021. -- Second
   edition. -- 110 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- (Comics Monographs ;
   no. 5) -- A revised and expanded version of the article
   'Atlas Shrugged,' originally published in Alter Ego, v. 3,
   no. 49 (June 2005). -- Includes index. -- A book about the
   Atlas News Co. -- Call no.: PN6725.L28 2021
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Indestructible : Growing up Queer, Cuban, and Punk in Miami /
   written and illustrated by Cristy C. Road. -- Third
   edition. -- Portland, OR : Microcosm Publishing, 2017. --
   95 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. -- "This is Microcosm #36" -- Summary
   (from publisher via OCLC): "Describes the life of a queer,
   Cuban high school student in Florida the 1990s, discovering
   punk rock, her sexuality, and her identity and fighting
   against sexual assault in her community." -- Illustrated
   autobiographical text. -- Call no.: PS3568.O1555 Z46 2017
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Perspectives on Digital Comics : Theoretical, Critical, and
   Pedagogical essays / edited by Jeffrey SJ Kirchoff and Mike
   P. Cook ; afterword by Drew Morton. -- Jefferson, North
   Carolina : McFarland & Company, 2019. -- 249 p. ; 23 cm. --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- A book
   about webcomics. -- Contents: Introduction: "Digital Comics
   : Savior or Destroyer of a Medium?" / J. SJ Kirchoff & M.
   P. Cook. p. 1-7 ; "Experiencing the Infinite : an
   Introduction to Digital Comics Phenomenology through Marvel
   Infinite Comics. / Jayson Quearry. p. 9-29 ; "Considering
   ComiXology's Guided View" / J. SJ Kirchoff. p. 30-45 ;
   "Re-theorizing the Infinite Canvas : a Space for Comics and
   Rhetorical Theories" / Rich Shivener. p. 46-62 ;
   "Documentary Webcomics : Mediality and Contexts" / Johannes
   C.P. Schmid. p. 63-88 ; "It Came From the Woods (Most
   Strange Things Do) : Emily Carroll's 'Through the Woods'
   and Interactive Internet Reading / Eden Lee Lackner. p.
   89-108 ; "Death's 'Friend Hug' : Analyzing the
   Personification of Death in Three Webcomics"/ Karis Jones.
   p. 109-137 ; "Maus (W)holes : Reflections on (and in) the
   Digitization of Art Spiegelman's Maus" / John Logie. p.
   138-156 ; "When Funding is the Issue that Prevents an Issue
   : Are Digital Comics the Logical Platform of Production in
   a South African Context?" / Ray Whitcher. p. 157-177 ;
   "Digital Comics in Francophone Countries : Never Too Late
   to be Creative / Chris Reyns-Chikuma & Jean Sébastien. p.
   178-200 ; "Upwards and Backwards : Blurred Perspectives on
   Digital Comics as Mentor Texts" / Teri Holbrook, Melanie
   Hundley & Bill Holbrook. p. 201-220 ; "Using Digital Comics
   to Support Information Literacy : 21st Century Research
   Skills and Authentic Composing" / M. P. Cook and Luke
   Rodesiler. -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
Kirchoff, Jeffrey S. J., 1984-
Cook, Mike P.
Morton, Drew, 1983-
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"Digital Comics : Savior or Destroyer of a Medium?" / J. SJ
   Kirchoff & M. P. Cook. p. 1-7 (introduction to)
   Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland & Company, 2019).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019  
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"Experiencing the Infinite : an Introduction to Digital Comics
   Phenomenology through Marvel Infinite Comics. / Jayson
   Quearry. p. 9-29 in Perspectives on Digital Comics
   (McFarland & Company, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"Considering ComiXology's Guided View" / J. SJ Kirchoff. p.
   30-45 in Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland &
   Company, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"Re-theorizing the Infinite Canvas : a Space for Comics and
   Rhetorical Theories" / Rich Shivener. p. 46-62 in
   Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland & Company, 2019).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"Documentary Webcomics : Mediality and Contexts" / Johannes
   C.P. Schmid. p. 63-88 in Perspectives on Digital Comics
   (McFarland & Company, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"It Came From the Woods (Most Strange Things Do) : Emily
   Carroll's 'Through the Woods' and Interactive Internet
   Reading / Eden Lee Lackner. p. 89-108 in Perspectives on
   Digital Comics (McFarland & Company, 2019). -- Call no.:
   PN6714.P425 2019
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"Death's 'Friend Hug' : Analyzing the Personification of Death
   in Three Webcomics"/ Karis Jones. p. 109-137 in
   Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland & Company, 2019).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"Maus (W)holes : Reflections on (and in) the Digitization of
   Art Spiegelman's Maus" / John Logie. p. 138-156 in
   Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland & Company, 2019).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"When Funding is the Issue that Prevents an Issue : Are
   Digital Comics the Logical Platform of Production in a
   South African Context?" / Ray Whitcher. p. 157-177 in
   Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland & Company, 2019).
   -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"Digital Comics in Francophone Countries : Never Too Late to
   be Creative / Chris Reyns-Chikuma & Jean Sébastien. p.
   178-200 in Perspectives on Digital Comics (McFarland &
   Company, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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"Upwards and Backwards : Blurred Perspectives on Digital
   Comics as Mentor Texts" / Teri Holbrook, Melanie Hundley &
   Bill Holbrook. p. 201-220 in Perspectives on Digital Comics
   (McFarland & Company, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
Holbrook, Bill, 1958-
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"Using Digital Comics to Support Information Literacy : 21st
   Century Research Skills and Authentic Composing" / M. P.
   Cook and Luke Rodesiler in Perspectives on Digital Comics
   (McFarland & Company, 2019). -- Call no.: PN6714.P425 2019
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A Marvelous Life : the Amazing Story of Stan Lee / Danny
   Fingeroth. -- New York : St. Martin's Press, 2019. -- 390
   p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 365-381) and index. -- A biography. -- Call
   no.: PN6727.L44 Z5F5 2019
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Inventing Comics : a New Translation of Rodolphe Töpffer's
   Reflections on Graphic Storytelling, Media Rhetorics, and
   Aesthetic Practice / edited, translated, and introduced by
   Sergio C. Figueiredo. -- Anderson, South Carolina : Parlor
   Press, 2017. -- 175 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- (Visual Rhetoric)
   -- Includes bibliographical references. -- Contents:
   Rodolphe Töpffer, media rhetorics, & electracy ; Essay on
   physiognomy (1845) ; Essay on autography (1842) ; Of a
   Genevan painter (1830). -- French and English on facing
   pages. -- Call no.: NC1659.T6213 2017
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At Home in the Whedonverse : Essays on Domestic Place, Space
   and Life / edited by Juliette C. Kitchens. -- Jefferson,
   North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers,
   2017. -- 202 p. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references. -- Call no.: PN1993.4.W49 A84 2017
Whedon, Joss, 1964-
Kitchens, Juliette C., 1976-
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The Comics of Charles Schulz : the Good Grief of Modern Life /
   edited by Jared Gardner and Ian Gordon. -- Jackson :
   University Press of Mississippi, 2017. -- 220 p. : ill. ;
   24 cm. -- (Critical Approaches to Comics Artists) --
   Includes bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   "Peppermint Patty's Desire : Charles Schulz and the Queer
   Comics of Failure" / Ben Saunders. p. 13-28 ; "There has to
   be Something Deeply Symbolic in That : Peanuts and the
   Sublime" / Anne C. McCarthy, p. 29-41 ; "Saying, Showing,
   and Schulz : the Typography and Notation of Peanuts" / Roy
   T. Cook. p. 42-62 ; "Consuming Childhood : Peanuts and
   Children's Consumer Culture in the Postwar Era" / Lara
   Saguisag. p. 65-78 ; "How Can We Lose When We're So
   Sincere? : Varieties of Sincerity in Peanuts" / Leonie
   Brialey. p. 79-92 ; "I Thought I was Winning in the Game of
   Life, But There was a Flag on the Play : Sport in Charles
   Schulz's Peanuts" / Jeffrey O. Segrave. p. 93-108 ;
   "Footballs and Ottim Liffs : Charlie Brown in Coconino" /
   Michael Tisserand. p. 111-120 ; "Schulz and the Late
   Sixties : Snoopy's Signs of the Times" / Joseph J.
   Darowski. p. 121-132 ; "Franklin and the Early 1970s" /
   Christopher P. Lehman. p. 133-146 ; "Making a World for All
   of God's Children : a Charlie Brown Christmas and the
   Aesthetics of Doubt and Faith" / Ben Novotny Owen. p.
   149-164 ; "Charles Schulz, Comic Art, and Personal Value" /
   M. J. Clarke. p. 165-182 ; "Charlie Brown Cafés and the
   Marketing of Peanuts in Asia" / Ian Gordon. p. 183-196 ;
   "Chips Off the Ol' Blockhead : Evidence of Influence in
   Peanuts Parodies" / Gene Kannenberg Jr. p. 197-212 -- Call
   no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Peppermint Patty's Desire : Charles Schulz and the Queer
   Comics of Failure" / Ben Saunders. p. 13-28 in The Comics
   of Charles Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017).
   -- Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"There Has to be Something Deeply Symbolic in That : Peanuts
   and the Sublime" / Anne C. McCarthy, p. 29-41 in The Comics
   of Charles Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017).
   -- Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Saying, Showing, and Schulz : the Typography and Notation of
   Peanuts" / Roy T. Cook. p. 42-62 in The Comics of Charles
   Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call
   no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Consuming Childhood : Peanuts and Children's Consumer Culture
   in the Postwar Era" / Lara Saguisag. p. 65-78 in The Comics
   of Charles Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017).
   -- Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"How Can We Lose When We're So Sincere? : Varieties of
   Sincerity in Peanuts" / Leonie Brialey. p. 79-92 in The
   Comics of Charles Schulz (University Press of Mississippi,
   2017). -- Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"I Thought I was Winning in the Game of Life, But There was a
   Flag on the Play : Sport in Charles Schulz's Peanuts" /
   Jeffrey O. Segrave. p. 93-108 in The Comics of Charles
   Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call
   no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Footballs and Ottim Liffs : Charlie Brown in Coconino" /
   Michael Tisserand. p. 111-120 in The Comics of Charles
   Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Begins
   with an epigrammatic quote from Carl Sandburg: "There's
   something about Peanuts that reminds me of Krazy Kat." --
   Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Schulz and the Late Sixties : Snoopy's Signs of the Times" /
   Joseph J. Darowski. p. 121-132 in The Comics of Charles
   Schulz (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call
   no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Franklin and the Early 1970s" / Christopher P. Lehman. p.
   133-146 in The Comics of Charles Schulz (University Press
   of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Making a World for All of God's Children : a Charlie Brown
   Christmas and the Aesthetics of Doubt and Faith" / Ben
   Novotny Owen. p. 149-164 in The Comics of Charles Schulz
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call no.:
   PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Charles Schulz, Comic Art, and Personal Value" / M. J.
   Clarke. p. 165-182 in The Comics of Charles Schulz
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call no.:
   PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Charlie Brown Cafés and the Marketing of Peanuts in Asia" /
   Ian Gordon. p. 183-196 in The Comics of Charles Schulz
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call no.:
   PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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"Chips Off the Ol' Blockhead : Evidence of Influence in
   Peanuts Parodies" / Gene Kannenberg Jr. p. 197-212 in The
   Comics of Charles Schulz (University Press of Mississippi,
   2017). -- Call no.: PN6727.S3 Z5 C6 2017
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Zaydo Potato : a Muslim Superhero / by Randa Taftaf & Maz
   Galini ; illustrated by Lovyaa Garg. -- Riverview, FL :
   Rummana Publishing Inc., 2017.  -- 20 p. : col. ill. ; 26
   cm. -- Summary (from amazon.com via OCLC): "We are Super
   Zaydo Potato, Super Raya Amaraya and Black Pepper: the
   Muslim Superheroes! Join Zaydo Potato, Raya Amaraya, and
   their sidekick Pepper as they embark on adventures to learn
   more about their Islamic faith. Zaydo Potato is an Islamic
   book series written by two Muslim-American, fun-loving
   parents who aspire to educate, empower, and inspire Muslim
   children through the power of storytelling." -- Superhero
   fiction. -- Call no.: PS3620.A4 Z3 2017
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Superman and the Bible : How the Idea of Superheroes Affects
   the Reading of Scripture / Nicholaus Pumphrey -- Jefferson,
   North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers,
   2019. -- 202 p. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Summary (from back cover): "This
   study explores the Man of Steel's narrative as a fresh
   perspective on readings of the Bible--his character is
   reflected in such figures as Moses, Samson and Jesus. The
   author argues that if we read the Bible it can be said we
   are reading about Superman." -- Call no.: BS511.3.P86 2019
Pumphrey, Nicholaus Benjamin.
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The Expanding Art of Comics : Ten Modern Masterpieces /
   Thierry Groensteen ; translated by Ann Miller. -- Jackson :
   University Press of Mississippi, 2017. -- Jackson :
   University Press of Mississippi, 2017 -- 240 p. ; 25 cm. --
   Translation of: Art en Expansion : Dix Chefs-d'œuvre de la
   Bande Dessinée Moderne. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Summary (from publisher via OCLC):
   "In The Expanding Art of Comics: Ten Modern Masterpieces,
   prominent scholar Thierry Groensteen offers a distinct
   perspective on important evolutions in comics since the
   1960s through close readings of ten seminal works." --
   Contents: "Ballad of the Salt Sea" (Hugo Pratt) p. 7-25 ;
   "Airtight Garage" (Moebius) p. 26-47 ; "Watchmen" (Alan
   Moore & Dave Gibbons) p. 47-72 ; "Epileptic" (David B.) p.
   73-96 ; "Fun Home" (Alison Bechdel) p. 97-110 ; "Pretending
   is Lying" (Dominique Goblet) p. 111-125 ; "The Arrival"
   (Shaun Tan) p. 126-144 ; "Habibi" (Craig Thompson) p.
   145-162 ; "Building Stories" (Chris Ware) p. 163-189 ; "The
   Grand Narrative: Alpha, Beta" (Jens Harder) p. 190-207 --
   Call no.: PN6710 .G75613 2017
Miller, Ann, 1949-
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Manual para Guionistas de Cómic / Fali Ruiz-Dávila ; prólogo
   de Salvador Larroca. -- Madrid, Spain? ; Apache Libros,
   2018. -- 125 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- (Colección Ensayos ;
   003) -- Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-123).
   -- A book about the writing of comics. -- Call no.:
   PN6714.R77 2018
Ruiz-Dávila, Fali.
Larroca, Salvador, 1964-
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Bending Steel : Modernity and the American Superhero / Aldo J.
   Regalado. -- Jackson : University Press of Mississippi,
   2015. -- 289 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 257-272) and index. -- Summary (from
   publisher via OCLC): "Bending Steel examines the historical
   origins and cultural significance of Superman and his
   fellow American crusaders. Cultural historian Aldo J.
   Regalado asserts that the superhero seems a direct response
   to modernity, often fighting the interrelated processes of
   industrialization, urbanization, immigration, and
   capitalism that transformed the United States from the
   early nineteenth century to the present. Reeling from these
   exciting but rapid and destabilizing forces, Americans
   turned to heroic fiction as a means of explaining national
   and personal identities to themselves and to the world. In
   so doing, they created characters and stories that
   sometimes affirmed, but other times subverted conventional
   notions of race, class, gender, and nationalism." -- A book
   about superhero comic books. -- Call no.: PN6725.R42 B4
   2015
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La Caricature en Suisse / Philippe Kaenel. -- Lausanne :
   Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, 2018. --
   151 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 18 cm. -- (Le Savoir Suisse ;
   134) -- (Arts & Culture) -- Includes bibliographical
   references (p. 149-151). -- Book about Swiss cartoons. --
   Call no.: NC1650.K34 2018
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Hayao Miyazaki : Exploring the Early Work of Japan's Greatest
   Animator / Raz Greenberg. -- New York : Bloomsbury
   Academic, 2018. -- 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 159-163) and index. -- Call
   no.: PN1998.3.M577 G74 2018
Miyazaki, Hayao, 1941
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Jim Shooter : Conversations / edited by Jason Sacks, Eric
   Hoffman, and Dominick Grace. -- Jackson : University Press
   of Mississippi, 2017. -- 217 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. --
   (Conversations with Comic Artists Series (!)) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 208-210) and index. --
   Interviews. -- Call no: PN6727.S49 Z5 2017
Hoffman, Eric R.
Grace, Dominick, 1963-
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Retcon Game : Retroactive Continuity and the Hyperlinking of
   America / Andrew J. Friedenthal. -- Jackson : University
   Press of Mississippi, 2017. -- 180 p. ; 24 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. -- Contents:
   Introduction: a hyperlinked past: theorizing retroactive
   continuity ; A brief prehistory of retroactive continuity ;
   "High Society : Historical Revisionism in Justice Society
   Comics" p. 33-69 ; "Crisis Control : Crisis on Infinite
   Earths and the Creation of a Unified Comic Book Universe"
   p. 71-105 ; Moving images, moving history: retroactive
   continuity in television and film ; Putting it all
   together: retroactive parody and play ; Citation needed:
   Wikipedia and the mutability of the past ; Conclusion:
   playing the retcon game. -- A book about retcon in
   entertainment media, including superhero comic books. --
   Call no.: P96.N35 F75 2017
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"High Society : Historical Revisionism in Justice Society
   Comics" p. 33-69 in Retcon Game : Retroactive Continuity
   and the Hyperlinking of America / Andrew J. Friedenthal
   (University Press of Mississippi, 2017). -- Call no.:
   P96.N35 F75 2017
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"Crisis Control : Crisis on Infinite Earths and the Creation
   of a Unified Comic Book Universe"  p. 71-105 in Retcon Game
   : Retroactive Continuity and the Hyperlinking of America /
   Andrew J. Friedenthal (University Press of Mississippi,
   2017). -- Call no.: P96.N35 F75 2017
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Comics and Critical Librarianship : Reframing the Narrative in
   Academic Libraries / edited by Olivia Piepmeier and
   Stephanie Grimm. -- Sacramento, CA : Library Juice Press,
   2019. -- 378 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Contents: "Beyond Representation :
   Addressing the Role of Empathy Through Diversity in Graphic
   Narratives" / Kamaria Hatcher. p. 17-34 ; "The Work of
   Critical Sequential Art Selection in Academic Libraries /
   Elliott Kuecker & Brad Hawley. p. 35-44 ; "Making use of
   the White Space : the Mazinbiige Indigenous Graphic Novel
   Collection at the University of Manitoba" / Camille
   Callison, Niigaanwewidam Sinclair, & Greg Bak. p. 47-64 ;
   "Black to the Future : a Librarian's Guide to Building an
   Afrofuturist Comics and Graphic Novels Collection" / Kai
   Alexis Smith & Aisha Conner-Gaten. p. 65-94 ; "Challenging
   Stereotypes and Fixity : African American Comic Books in
   the Academic Archive" / Brian Flota. p. 95-118 ; "Building
   a South Asian Comics Collection" / Mara L. Thacker. p.
   119-134 ; "Advocating for Diversity : Collecting Comics to
   Reflect our Students" / Breanne Crumpton, Michelle
   Mitchell, Alva Jones Jr., & Jenay Solomon. p. 135-157 ;
   "Comics in Special Collections : Purposeful Collection
   Development for Promoting Inclusive History" / Caitlin
   McGurk & Jenny E. Robb. p. 159-181 ; "Apocalyptic Comics,
   Women Detectives, and the Many Faces of Batgirl : Creating
   More Inclusive Comic Records Through Flexible Cataloging
   Practices" / Liz Adams & Rich Murray. p. 185-198 ; "Specter
   of Censorship : Comics in Academic Library Leisure Reading
   Collections" / Andrew Wang. p. 199-217 ; "The Extraordinary
   Result of Doing Something Ordinary" / Kelly McElroy. p.
   221-230 ; "Visualizing Argume nts : Constructing Comics to
   Unpack Scholarly Texts / Samantha Kirk & Patricia
   Guardiola. p. 231-246 ; "Comics as Social Movement Primary
   Sources : the Consciousness-Raising Comics of the Pineros y
   Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste" / David Woken. p. 247-260 ;
   "The Value of Nonfiction Comics for Critical Information
   Literacy Instruction" / Carly Diab. p. 261-274 ;
   "Excavating Visual Texts : Information Literacy, Critical
   Thinking, and the Graphic Novel in the Crime Fiction
   Classroom" / Susanne F. Paterson & Carolyn White Gamtso. p.
   275-287 ; "Drawing Them In : Critical Use of Comics in
   Library Exhibitions and Programs" / Gerald Natal & Jennifer
   Martinez Wormser. p. 293-308 ; "Comics in the Clinic /
   Kathryn M. Houk, Michelle P. Green, Matthew Noe, & Ariel
   Pomputius. p. 309-326. ; "Feminist Curating with Our
   Comics, Ourselves" / Jan Descartes & Monica M. Johnson. p.
   327-346 ; "Minicomics Workshops and Comic Arts Fairs to
   Empower Our Communities" / Lindsay Gibb. p. 347-363 -- Call
   no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
Grimm, Stephanie, 1983-
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"Beyond Representation : Addressing the Role of Empathy
   Through Diversity in Graphic Narratives" / Kamaria Hatcher.
   p. 17-34 in Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library
   Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"The Work of Critical Sequential Art Selection in Academic
   Libraries / Elliott Kuecker & Brad Hawley. p. 35-44 in
   Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press,
   2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Making use of the White Space : the Mazinbiige Indigenous
   Graphic Novel Collection at the University of Manitoba" /
   Camille Callison, Niigaanwewidam Sinclair, & Greg Bak. p.
   47-64 in Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice
   Press, 2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Black to the Future : a Librarian's Guide to Building an
   Afrofuturist Comics and Graphic Novels Collection" / Kai
   Alexis Smith & Aisha Conner-Gaten. p. 65-94 in Comics and
   Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- Call
   no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Challenging Stereotypes and Fixity : African American Comic
   Books in the Academic Archive" / Brian Flota. p. 95-118 in
   Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press,
   2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Building a South Asian Comics Collection" / Mara L. Thacker.
   p. 119-134 in Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library
   Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Advocating for Diversity : Collecting Comics to Reflect our
   Students" / Breanne Crumpton, Michelle Mitchell, Alva Jones
   Jr., & Jenay Solomon. p. 135-157 in Comics and Critical
   Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Comics in Special Collections : Purposeful Collection
   Development for Promoting Inclusive History" / Caitlin
   McGurk & Jenny E. Robb. p. 159-181 in Comics and Critical
   Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Apocalyptic Comics, Women Detectives, and the Many Faces of
   Batgirl : Creating More Inclusive Comic Records Through
   Flexible Cataloging Practices" / Liz Adams & Rich Murray.
   p. 185-198 in Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library
   Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Specter of Censorship : Comics in Academic Library Leisure
   Reading Collections" / Andrew Wang. p. 199-217 in Comics
   and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). --
   Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"The Extraordinary Result of Doing Something Ordinary" / Kelly
   McElroy. p. 221-230 in Comics and Critical Librarianship
   (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- About teaching information
   literacy with comics. -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Visualizing Arguments : Constructing Comics to Unpack
   Scholarly Texts / Samantha Kirk & Patricia Guardiola. p.
   231-246 in Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice
   Press, 2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Comics as Social Movement Primary Sources : the
   Consciousness-Raising Comics of the Pineros y Campesinos
   Unidos del Noroeste" / David Woken. p. 247-260 in Comics
   and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). --
   Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"The Value of Nonfiction Comics for Critical Information
   Literacy Instruction" / Carly Diab. p. 261-274 in Comics
   and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). --
   Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Excavating Visual Texts : Information Literacy, Critical
   Thinking, and the Graphic Novel in the Crime Fiction
   Classroom" / Susanne F. Paterson & Carolyn White Gamtso. p.
   275-287 in Comics and Critical Librarianship (Library Juice
   Press, 2019). -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Drawing Them In : Critical Use of Comics in Library
   Exhibitions and Programs" / Gerald Natal & Jennifer
   Martinez Wormser. p. 293-308 in Comics and Critical
   Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Comics in the Clinic / Kathryn M. Houk, Michelle P. Green,
   Matthew Noe, & Ariel Pomputius. p. 309-326 in Comics and
   Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- An
   article about graphic medicine. -- Call no.: Z688.C64 C66
   2019
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"Feminist Curating with Our Comics, Ourselves" / Jan Descartes
   & Monica M. Johnson. p. 327-346 in Comics and Critical
   Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- Call no.:
   Z688.C64 C66 2019
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"Minicomics Workshops and Comic Arts Fairs to Empower Our
   Communities" / Lindsay Gibb. p. 347-363 in Comics and
   Critical Librarianship (Library Juice Press, 2019). -- Call
   no.: Z688.C64 C66 2019
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Shôjo Across Media : Exploring "Girl" Practices in
   Contemporary Japan / Jaqueline Berndt, Kazumi Nagaike,
   Fusami Ogi, editors. -- Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave
   Macmillan, 2019. -- 397 p. : col. ill. ; 22 cm. -- (East
   Asian Popular Culture) -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Summary (from back cover): Since
   the 2000s, the Japanese word shôjo has gained global
   currency, accompanying the transcultural spread of other
   popular Japanese media such as manga and anime. The term
   refers to both a character type specifically, as well as
   commercial genres marketed to female audiences more
   generally. Through its diverse chapters this edited
   collection introduces the two main currents of shôjo
   research: on the one hand, historical investigations of
   Japan's modern girl culture and its representations,
   informed by Japanese-studies and gender-studies concerns;
   on the other hand, explorations of the transcultural
   performativity of shôjo as a crafted concept and
   affect-prone code, shaped by media studies, genre theory,
   and fan-culture research. While acknowledging that shôjo
   has mediated multiple discourses throughout the twentieth
   century, discourses on Japan and its modernity, consumption
   and consumerism, non-hegemonic gender, and also technology,
   this volume shifts the focus to shôjo mediations,
   stretching from media by and for actual girls, to shôjo as
   media. As a result, the Japan-derived concept, while still
   situated, begins to offer possibilities for broader
   conceptualizations of girlness within the contemporary
   global digital mediascape." -- The first quarter of this
   book focuses on manga, and the remainder extends the
   concept from it's manga inception. -- Call no.: GT2540.S54
   2019
Berndt, Jaqueline, 1963-
Nagaike, Kazumi.
Ôgi, Fusami.
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Graphic Satire in the Soviet Union : Krokodil's Political
   Cartoons / John Etty. -- Jackson : University Press of
   Mississippi, 2019. -- 266 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- Includes
   bibliographical references and index. --Summary (from
   publisher via OCLC): "After the death of Joseph Stalin,
   Soviet-era Russia experienced a flourishing artistic
   movement due to relaxed censorship and new economic growth.
   In this new atmosphere of freedom, Russia's satirical
   magazine Krokodil (The Crocodile) became rejuvenated. John
   Etty explores Soviet graphic satire through Krokodil and
   its political cartoons." -- Call no.: NC1578.K7 E88 2019
Etty, John, 1979-
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Bewitched Again : Supernaturally Powerful Women on Television,
   1996-2011 / Julie D. O'Reilly. -- Jefferson, North Carolina
   ; London : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2013. --
   235 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. -- Includes bibliographical
   references and index. -- Contents: Samantha as archetype ;
   Misreading the superpowerful female body ; Masquerade of
   selflessness ; Surveillance of female superpower ; Female
   empowerment on trial ; Sacrifice and sanctuary ;
   Conclusion. -- Summary (from back cover): "Starting in
   1996, U.S. television saw an influx of superhuman female
   characters who could materialize objects like Sabrina the
   Teenage Witch, defeat evil like Buffy the Vampire Slayer
   and have premonitions like Charmed's Phoebe. The
   extraordinary abilities showed resistance to traditional
   gender roles, although these characters experienced
   infringements on their abilities in ways superpowered men
   did not." -- A book about superheroine television programs
   and characters. -- Call no.: PN1992.8.W65 O75 2013
O'Reilly, Julie D., 1971-
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Laure & Ada / scénario, Christophe Edimo ; dessins, Nadège
   Guilloud Bazin. -- Orléans? : Toom Éditions, 2021. -- 124
   p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm. -- (Collection Kush) -- Summary
   (from preface): Laure & Ada is a graphic novel that tells
   the love story of two young women in a country, Cameroon,
   where love between two adults of the same sex is punishable
   under Article 347-1 of the penal code. -- Lesbian romance
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6747.G855 L3 2021
Edimo, Christophe N'galle, 1963-
Guilloud-Bazin, Nadège 1974-
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Africa / Plantu et Cartooning for Peace ; texte et direction
   d'ouvrage, René Guitton. -- Paris] : Calmann-Lévy, 2021. --
   150 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. -- Summary (from back cover):
   Un livre évènement qui réunit les plus grands dessinateurs
   et dessinatrices de presse issus de tous les horizons du
   continent africain et qui luttent dans leurs pays
   respectifs pour ce droit fondamental qu'est la liberté de
   la presse. Plantu et Cartooning for Peace ont réuni une
   sélection de leurs dessins les plus marquants, dont
   l'ensemble constitue un recueil unique. Un cinquantaine de
   caricaturistes dont Zapiro, Gado, Glez, Dilem, Alaa Satir,
   Sherif Arafa, Zohoré, ou encore Willis from Tunis
   représentent une vingtaine de pays...Ces dessins forment
   les marqueurs de l'histoire contemporaine de l'Afrique.
   Mais ces artistes ne se privent pas pour décocher certaines
   de leurs flèches à l'échelle planétaire. Ils nous voient
   autant que nous les regardons, et leur vision de force, de
   pertinence et de vérité, répond à un seul mot d'ordre qui
   se répète de planche à dessin en salle de rédaction:
   "Dessine-moi la liberté." -- Call no.: NC1730.A47 2021
Plantu, 1951-
Cartooning for Peace (Association)
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"Love's Labor Lost" (Li'l Abner, May 27, 1937) / by Al Capp.
   -- Summary: The Supreme Court has upheld the title that Mr.
   Vermyn holds on Dogpatch, and he intends get rid of all the
   shacks and make a golf course. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "golf"
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Vie Privée et Publique des Animaux / vignettes par Grandville
   ; publiée sous la direction de P. J. Stahl avec la
   collaboration de Balzac, [et al]. -- Édition complète,
   revisé et augmenté. -- Paris : Hetzel, 1868. -- 636 p. :
   ill. -- Cover title: Les Animaux Peints par Eux-Mêmes. --
   Comments on civilization and human behavior, with
   anthropomorphic animal illustrations. -- Call no.:
   PQ2275.H8 V5
Stahl, P.-J., 1814-1886. Grandville, J. J., 1803-1847.
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Public and Private Life of Animals / adapted from the French
   of Balzac, Droz, Jules Janin, E. Lemoine, A. De Musset,
   Georges Sand, etc., by J. Thomson ; with illustrations [by
   Grandville]. -- Andesite Press, about 2020. -- 387 p. :
   ill. ; 24 cm.-- Translation of: Scènes de la vie privée et
   publique des animaux. -- "Scholar select." -- Facsimile
   reprint of the 1877 edition published by Sampson Low,
   Marston, Searle, & Rivington (London) and J.B. Lippincott &
   Co. (Philadelphia). -- Adapted in abbreviated form from the
   French edition, originally compiled and edited by P.J.
   Hetzel (as P-J Stahl) with many contributions by himself.
   -- Illustrations are drawings of anthropomorphic animals.
   -- Call no.: PQ2275.H8V513 2020
Grandville, J. J., 1803-1847.
Thomson, J. Gordon.
Balzac, Honoré de, 1799-1850.
Droz, Gustave, 1832-1895.
Janin, Jules, 1804-1874.
Moreau, Eugène, 1806-1876.
Musset, Alfred de, 1810-1857.
Sand, George, 1804-1876.
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"No Sale" (Li'l Abner, May 31, 1937) / by Al Capp. -- Summary:
   Mr. Vermyn will give up on turning Dogpatch into a golf
   course, for $100,000. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Postcolonialism and Migration in French Comics / Mark
   McKinney. -- Leuven, Belgium : Leuven University Press,
   2020. -- 399 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm. -- (Studies in
   European Comics and Graphic Novels ; 8) -- Includes
   bibliographical references (p. 347-379) and index. --
   Summary (from back cover): "Postcolonialism and migration
   are major themes in contemporary French comics and have
   roots in the Algerian War (1954-62), anti-racist struggle,
   and mass migration to France. This volume studies comics
   from the formal dismantling of the French colonial empire
   in 1962 up to the present. French cartoonists of ethnic
   minority and immigrant heritage are a major focus,
   including Zeina Abirached (Lebanon), Yvan Alagbé (Benin),
   Baru (Italy), Enki Bilal (former Yugoslavia), Farid
   Boudjellal (Algeria and Armenia), José Jover (Spain), Larbi
   Mechkour (Algeria), and Roland Monpierre (Guadeloupe). The
   author analyses comics representing a gamut of perspectives
   on immigration and postcolonial ethnic minorities, ranging
   from staunch defense to violent rejection. Individual
   chapters are dedicated to specific artists, artistic
   collectives, comics, or themes, including an anti-racist
   comic strip serialised in Charlie Hebdo, undocumented
   migrants in comics, and racism in far-right comics." --
   Call no.: PN6745.M34 P6 2020
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Shooting / Pedro Burgos. -- Latvia : Grafiskie Stâsti, 2022.
   -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 15 cm. -- (Mini Kus! ; 104) --
   Summary (from back cover): "Life is full of shooting
   moments. Sometimes you shoot, sometimes you get shot." --
   New wave genre. -- Call no.: PN6790.P83 B87S56 2022 
Burgos, Pedro, 1968-
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