Volume 11 Issue 2

Editors' Introduction Introduction: Convergences: Comics Culture and Globalizatioon by Tania Darlington and Aaron Kashtan
Imagining a Multiplicity of Visual Rhetorical Traditions: Comics Lessons from Rhetoric Histories by Franny Howes
Mullahs to Donkeys: Cartooning in Azerbaijan by Alison Mandaville
Native Noir: Genre and the Politics of Indigenous Representation in Recent American Comics by Derek Parker Royal
"Surrounded by Stillness and Quiet": Translation, Transparency, and Genre in Jason's Jernvognen by Joel Simundich
Alan Moore, "Secondary Literacy," and the Modernism of the Graphic Novel by Phillip E. Wegner
Review of Time Frames: Japanese Cinema and the Unfolding of History by Andréa L. Gilroy
"SPLAT! CRACK!": Review of Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman's Co-Creator Joe Shuster by Terry Harpold
Review of The Power of Comics by Rex Krueger
Review of Isadora Duncan: A Graphic Biography by Philip Nel
Review of Looking for Calvin and Hobbes by Laura Perna
Review of Teaching the Graphic Novel by Sarah N. Petrovic
Review of Walter Benjamin's Archive: Images, Texts, Signs by Anastasia Ulanowicz
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Volume 11 Issue 1

Contested Utopias: Ghost in the Shell, Cognitive Mapping, and the Desire for Communism by Matthew Stoddard
The City Ascends: Laputa: Castle in the Sky as Critical Ecotopia by Anthony Lioi
"An Unfinished Project that was Also a Missed Opportunity": Utopia and Alternate History in Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro by Phillip E. Wegner
Possessed by and of: Up against Seeing: Princess Mononoke by John Leavey
Digital Love: A Review of Cinephilia in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Film, Pleasure and Digital Culture, Vol.1 by Megan Condis
Review of Otaku: Japan's Database Animals by Tania Darlington
Review of God of Comics: Osamu Tezuka and the Creation of Post-World War II Manga by Tof Eklund
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Volume 10 Issue 4

Graphic Whiteness and the Lessons of Chris Ware’s Jimmy Corrigan by Juda Bennett and Cassandra Jackson
Watchmen: The Graphic Novel as Trauma Fiction by Brandy Ball Blake
The Confluence of Heroism, Sissyhood, and Camp in The Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather by Frank Bramlett
"To the Stables, Robin": Regenerating the Frontier in Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Theo Finigan
Breaking the Frame: Political Acts of Body in the Televised Dark Knight by DT Kofoed
"Mosaic Thresholds": Manifesting the Collection and Production of Comics in the works of Chris Ware by Aaron Mauro
The Beautiful Ambiguity of Blankets: Comics Representation and Religious Art by Benjamin Stevens
"Now you will pay a dreadful penalty!": A Review of I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Planets! and You Shall Die by Your Own Evil Creation! by Fletcher Hanks by Terry Harpold
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