Volume 9 Number 3 (Winter)

Welcome by Stephanie Boluk
Theological Compatibilism & Animation: Vessel of Wrath by Nathan Gilder
Beyond the Balloon: Sound Effects and Background Text in Lynn Johnston's For Better or For Worse by Suzanne Covey
Ecofeminist Themes in Paolo Eleuteri Serpieri's Morbus Gravis by Matthew Jones
The Tides of History: Alan Moore's Historiographic Vision by Sean Carney
Gothic Oedipus: subjectivity and Capitalism in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins by Mark Fisher
Review of Superman on the Couch: What Superheroes Really Tell Us about Ourselves and Our Society by James R. Fleming
Review of Raeburn's Chris Ware by Emma Tinker
"Old Comics and Current Technology Combine to Form New Hybrids", Review of 40 Years of The Amazing Spider-Man and 44 Years of Fantastic Four by James Bucky Carter
"2005 Comic-Con Shines a Light on Eisner: A Look at Two Documentaries and a Tribute" Review of: 2005 International Comic-Con in San Diego by Vanessa Raney
Notes on Contributors

Volume 9 Number 2 (Autumn)

Welcome by Zach Whalen
Memoriam for Bruce Hamilton by Donald Ault
Paraliterary Immersion and the Puzzleform: An Essay in Social Restitution? by Alvaro Aleman
Gendered Visions of Graphic Fiction: Adrian Tomine's Summer Blonde by Bianca Isaki
Pound’s Poetry as IMAGE TEXT by James McDougall
"I, too, was a Teenage Marvel Zombie.” Review of Editor Sean Howe's Give our Regards to the Atomsmashers!: Writers on Comics by Travis Fristoe
Review of Geoff Klock's How to Read Superhero Comics and Why by James R. Fleming
Review of: Charles Burns’ Black Hole by Vanessa Raney
Notes on Contributors

Volume 9 Number 1 (Spring)

Volume 79 Number 2 (Summer)
Preludium: Crumb, Barks, and Noomin: Re-Considering the Aesthetics of Underground Comics by Donald Ault.
Memoriam for Will Eisner by Charles Hatfield.
Still asking, "Are We Having Fun Yet?" by Bill Griffith.
Wimmin and Comix by Diane Noomin.
Comics on the Main Street of Culture by Eddie Campbell.
London Khorographic by Julian Wolfreys.
Alan Moore and the Graphic Novel: Confronting the Fourth Dimension by Bucky Carter and Mark Bernard.
Webcomics: The Influence and Continuation of the Comix Revolution by Sean Fenty, Trena Houp, and Laurie Taylor.
Review of Comic Strips and Consumer Culture, 1890-1945. By Ian Gordon. by Joshua Paddison.
Review of Leaving Springfield: The Simpsons and the Possibility of Oppositional Culture. Ed. John Alberti. by Cathlena Martin.
Review of Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer. by Sudha Shastri.
Review of The Rubber Frame: Essays in Culture and Comics. Ed. D.B. Dowd and M. Todd Hignite. by Tof Eklund.
Notes on Contributors