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 Gotham (K)nights: utopianism, American...
 Abstraction, trauma, and the orphan...
 Race, space, and New Right editorial...
 Reading Peanuts: the secular and...
 Review of Reading Network Fiction...
 Review of Shake Girl
 "Spaniards and queers and comics:...
 Review of Jessica Abel and Matt...
 From the margins of the margin:...
 On the difficulty of characterizing...
 Educational comics: a family...
 Contributors to this issue














Title: ImageText : Interdisciplinary Comics Studies
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Title: ImageText : Interdisciplinary Comics Studies
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Language: English
Creator: Department of English, University of Florida
Publisher: Department of English, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
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Table of Contents
    Gotham (K)nights: utopianism, American mythology, and Frank Miller's bat(-topia)
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    Abstraction, trauma, and the orphan in Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack's Daredevil: Wake Up
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    Race, space, and New Right editorial cartoons in the United States
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    Reading Peanuts: the secular and the sacred
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    Review of Reading Network Fiction by David Ciccoricco
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    Review of Shake Girl
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    "Spaniards and queers and comics: oh my!" a review of Queer Transitions in Contemporary Spanish Culture by Gema Perez-Sanchez
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    Review of Jessica Abel and Matt Madden's Drawing Words & Writing Pictures
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    From the margins of the margin: seeing educational comics
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    On the difficulty of characterizing what educational comics are about
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    Educational comics: a family tree
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    Contributors to this issue
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