ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies

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ImageTexT Volume 7, Issue 1 Spring 2013

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.

The Worlds of the Hernandez Brothers

A special issue of ImageTexT edited by Derek Parker Royal and Christopher González

The Worlds of the Hernandez Brothers Derek Parker Royal


Autoclastic Icons: Bloodletting and Burning in Gilbert Hernandez's Palomar Christopher Pizzino
Gilbert Hernandez as a Rhetor F. Vance Neill
Picturing the Transnational in Palomar:
Gilbert Hernandez and the Comics of the Borderlands
Jennifer Glaser
Comics as Remediation:
Gilbert Hernandez's Human Diastrophism
Jesse Molesworth
Mood, Mystery, and Demystification in Gilbert Hernandez's
Twentieth-First-Century NeoNoir Stand-Alones
Frederick Luis Aldama
Turf, Tags, and Territory:
Spatiality in Jaime Hernandez's "Vida Loca: The Death of Speedy Ortiz"
Christopher González


Review of Recent Books from Gilbert Hernandez Derek Parker Royal
Review of Love and Rockets New Stories, No 5 James Bucky Carter
Review of God and Science: Return of the Ti-Girls Andrew J. Kunka
Review of The Art of Jamie Hernandez Patrick L. Hamilton

Selected Bibliography

The Hernandez Brothers: A Selected Bibliography Derek Parker Royal


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