ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies

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ImageTexT Volume 10, Issue 2 2019

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.

General Issue


What You See Is What You Get: Visualizing Hypocrisy in Umezu Kazuo’s Manga Cat-Eyed Boy Jon Holt
“must we all remain helpless?”: Superman vs. the Nuclear Threat in the Late Cold War Rui Lopes
Historical Avant-Garde: How Marcia Williams Recreates Shakespeare’s Theater in the Comics Medium Russell McConnell
Global Attention in Reading Comics: Eye-movement Indications of Interplay between Narrative Content and Layout Kai Mikkonnen and Olli Philippe
Beyond Words: The Visual Demands of Joe Sacco’s Safe Area Goražde Nicholas Wirtz
“Only the Winner is Allowed to Live”: The Concept of Cannibalism in Attack on Titan Asuka Yamazaki


Editorial Note for Book Reviews Anastasia Ulanowicz
Review of The Moral Narratives of Hayao Miyazaki Kevin Cooley
Review of The Evolution of the Costumed Avenger: The 4,000 Year History of the Superhero Jaquelin Elliott
Review of The 10 Cent War: Comic Books, Propaganda, and World War II Megan Fowler
Review of Palookaville: Seth and the Art of Graphic Autobiography Chase Machado
Review of Chris Ware: Conversations Christopher Smith


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