ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies

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ImageTexT Volume 4, Issue 3 Summer 2009

ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies is a web journal dedicated to furthering comics scholarship in a variety of disciplines and theoretical perspectives. Access to ImageTexT is provided free of charge by the Department of English at the University of Florida. All authors retain copyright of their essays, and all images are assumed to be protected by original copyright holders. No part of this issue may be republished or reprinted without the permission of the individual authors. Viewing essays and images implies that you agree to our terms of use.

ImageSexT: Intersections of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality

The proceedings from the 2008 Comics Conference at the University of Florida

A special issue edited by Lyndsay Brown and Tof Eklund

Editor's Introduction Lyndsay Brown and Tof Eklund


The Queering of Haruhi Fujioka: Cross-Dressing, Camp and Commoner Culture in Ouran High School Host Club Tania Darlington
I for Integrity: (Inter)Subjectivities and Sidekicks in Alan Moore's V for Vendetta and Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Jordana Greenblatt
Our Minds in the Gutters: Sexuality, History, and Reader Responsibility in George O'Connor's Graphic Novel Journey into Mohawk Country Melissa L. Mellon
Spectral Memory, Sexuality and Inversion: An Arthrological Study of Alison Bechdel's Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic Adrielle Mitchell
“Gimme Gimme This, Gimme Gimme That”: Confused Sexualities and Genres in Cooper and Mayerson’s Horror Hospital Unplugged James Newlin
The Joy of Plex: Erotic Arthrology, Tromplographic Intercourse, and “Interspecies Romances” in Howard Chaykin’s American Flagg! Daniel F. Yezbick


Review of Jim Ottoviani and Dylan Meconis' Wire Mothers: Harry Harlow and the Science of Love Star Hoffman


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