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The Comics Grid : Journal of Comics Scholarship
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  • “I’m Aware that a Lot of these People that I’m Feeling Sorry for are Wankers”: A Conversation with Hannah Berry

    Giddens, Thomas (2018)
    This is an interview with renowned comics creator Hannah Berry, creator of Britten and Brülightly, Adamtine, and Livestock (all Jonathan Cape). It was recorded at the first annual conference of the Graphic Justice Research Alliance: Graphic Justice Discussions 2017, hosted by St Mary’s University on 4–5 July 2017. The interview was a plenary session at this conference, and was subsequently transcribed into text. In it, Berry discusses the various relationships between her creative comics work...

    The Comics Page: Scholarly Books Briefly Noted (2017–2018)

    Ernesto Priego (2018)
    This article documents a selection of scholarly books received by 'The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship' during the 2017–2018 editorial year and notes them briefly, collating their metadata and publisher’s blurbs, as well as hyperlinks to the respective publisher’s web pages for each book. This round-up seeks to promote awareness of these recent publications within comics scholarship, and to encourage their acquisition by academic libraries, academic review and, if appropriate, incl...

    Never Judge a Book by its Comics. A Review of Considering Watchmen: Poetics, Property, Politics

    Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique (2015)
    This review situates the book 'Considering Watchmen: Poetics, Property, Politics' (2014) in the current debates about characteristics and production contexts of comic books.

    Of Ponytails and Pop Tate: A Review of Twelve-Cent Archie

    Brenna Clarke Gray (2015)
    Bart Beaty offers a unique and compelling foray into the study of Archie comics that should provoke further study.

    Incomplete descriptions in Raymond’s Secret Agent X-9

    Labarre, Nicolas (2013)
    Nicolas Labarre examines description in comics, through the “unrealized realism” of Hammett and Raymond’s Secret Agent X-9 (1934-35).
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