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Journal Monitor 03: New Publications on Comic Books

The Journal Monitor is a subcategory of the regular Monitor. It is an irregularly published overview of issues of international journals on comics studies as well as special issues on corresponding topics. The introductory texts and/or tables of contents come from the respective websites.
Do you have suggestions or information on new releases that have been overlooked and should be introduced on our website? Please let us know via email: redaktion@comicgesellschaft.de.
See previous Monitor posts.


European Comic Art 12.1 (2019)

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  • Maaheen Ahmed: Instrumentalising Media Memories – The Second World War According to Achtung Zelig!
  • Yaakova Sacerdoti: A Transtextual Hermeneutic Journey – Horst Rosenthal’s Mickey au camp de Gurs (1942)
  • Sean A. McPhail: Fall-Out and the German People – The Political Climate in Pausewang’s Novel Die Wolke (1987) and Anike Hage’s Manga Adaptation (2013)
  • David Leishman: Drawing National Boundaries in Barr’s Ba-Bru Comic Strip Advertising
  • David Morgan: Looking Awry at Georgian Caricature – Lacan and the Satirists

 

Inks: The Journal of the Comics Studies Society 3.1 (Spring 2019)

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  • Margaret Galvan, Leah Misemer: Introduction – The Counterpublics of Underground Comics
  • Leah Misemer: Serial Critique – The Counterpublic of Wimmen’s Comix
  • Joshua Abraham Kopin: “With Apologies to The Old Masters” – Jack Jackson’s Citational Practice and the History of Comic Book History
  • Aaron Kashtan: Christmas Card from a Cat Dancer in Mipple City: Omaha the Cat Dancer and Midwestern Counterpublics
  • Lara Saguisag: X-Rated – Childhood and the “Adults Only” World of Underground Comix
  • Margaret Galvan: Adjacent Genealogies, Alternate Geographies – The Outliers of Underground Comix & World War 3 Illustrated

 

ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies 10.3 (2018/19)

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  • Vincent M. Basso: The Poverty of the Kid – Visualizing the Ragamuffin in R.F. Outcault’s Hogan’s Alley
  • Mary J. Henderson: Representation Matters – Post-Racial Tensions in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
  • Emily Lauer: Fun (Mobile) Home
  • Debraghya Sanyal: Krazy Kolors – Exploring Identities and Ambiguities in George Harriman’s Krazy Kat
  • Rikke Platz Cortsen: Kverneland and Fiske in the Footsteps of Great Artists – Re-tracing as a Tool for Artist Biographies in Comics Form
  •  Jean-Matthieu Méon: Comics in Museums and at their Periphery – Hierarchical Reaffirmation and Domination Adjustments in French Art Museums
  • Elizabeth Nijdam: The Expressionist Aesthetics of Anke Feuchtenberger’s Graphic Narrative
  • Małgorzata Olsza: Collage Technique in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic

 

Studies in Comics 10.1 (2019)


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    • Alice Vernon: Graphic Wales: Exploring identity, landscape and language in Carol Swain’s Gast
    • David Miranda-Barreiro: Invoking the past in graphic biographies: The life, death and ghostly return of Alexandre Bóveda
    • Guillem Colom-Montero: Mass tourism as cultural trauma: An analysis of the Majorcan comics Els darrers dies de l’Imperi Mallorquí (2014) and Un infern a Mallorca (La decadència de l’Imperi Mallorquí) (2018)
    • Armelle Blin-Rolland: ‘Tu te décolonises’: Comics re-framings of the Breton Liberation Front (FLB)
    • Edward A. Shannon: Good grief, Comrade Brown! Woody Guthrie, Charles Schulz and the little cartoon book that was a big lie
    • Paul Humphrey: ‘Yo soy Groot’: Afro-Caribbean religions and transnational identity in the comic metropolis

 

Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writings 19.1 (2019)

Special Issue: Comics Fiction
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  • Iwan Gunawan: Indonesian Comic Strips – Localities in a Global Medium
  • Nicolas Verstappen: When Popeye and Mickey Mouse became Siamese – The Birth of Thai Comics Art and its Early Borrowings
  • Chong Lingying: My Mother, the Comic Book Publisher
  • Emma Hayley: ‘Comic Books aren’t just about latex-clad Superheroes’ – Indie Publisher Emma Hayley Reflects on her Company, SelfMadeHero
  • Monica Chiu: Inter-visuality in Kawaguchi’s Manga Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President and its Translation into an American Series
  • Weihsin Gui: Braiding Stories and Affordances in the Graphic Novels of Sonny Liew and Koh Hong Teng