Shared Bibliography

Cheng Tju, LIM. “Chop Suey: Cartoons about the Japanese Occupation and National Education in Singapore.” International Journal of Comic Art 6.2 (Fall 2004): 415–430. Print.
Cour, Erin la. The “Graphic Novel”: Discourses on the Archive. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press, 2013. Print.
Frahm, Ole. Die Sprache des Comics. Hamburg: Philo Fine Arts, 2010. Print.
Graphic History: Essays on Graphic Novels And/as History. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. Print.
Helden, Wim van, Eijck, Rob van et al. Strips!: 200 jaar Nederlands beeldverhaal. Eindhoven: Lecturis, 2013. Print.
Kovacs, George, and C. W. Marshall, eds. Classics and Comics. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. Print. Classical Presences.
Morris-Suzuki, Tessa. The Past Within Us: Media, Memory, History. London ; New York: Verso, 2005. Print.
Munier, Gerald. Geschichte im Comics: Aufklärung durch Fiction? Über Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des historisierenden Autorencomic der Gegenwart. Hannover: Unser Verlag, 2000. Print.
Pellitteri, Marco. The Dragon and the Dazzle. Models, Strategies, and Identities of Japanese Imagination. A European Perspective. Trans. Roberto Branca. Latina: Tunué, 2011. Print.
Power, Natsu Onoda. God of Comics: Osamu Tezuka and the Creation of Post-World War II Manga. Jackson [Miss.]: University Press of Mississippi, 2009. Print. Great Comics Artists Series.
Ribbens, Kees. “World War II in European Comics: National Representations of Global Conflict in Popular Historical Culture.” International Journal of Comic Art 12 (Spring 2010): n. 1 pag. 1-33. Print.
Riches, Adam, Tim Parker, and Robert Frankland. When the Comics Went to War: Comic Book War Heroes. Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing, 2009. Print.
Roach, David, and James May. AARRGGHH!! It’s War. London: Prion, 2007. Print.
Williams, Paul, and James Lyons, eds. The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts. Jackson [Miss.]: University Press of Mississippi, 2010. Print.
Witek, Joseph. Comic Books as History: The Narrative Art of Jack Jackson, Art Spiegelman, and Harvey Pekar. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1989. Print. Studies in Popular Culture.

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