002 - Future Directions in Comics Studies

 

  1. Mattia Arioli -

Exploring Canadian and Indigenous Relations with/in Graphic (Hi)stories

  1. Devon Keyes

Masked Lives Matter: Identity (De)formation Through the Disembodied Superhero

  1. Noriko HIRAISHI -

Female Bodies in Graphic Narratives: on Sexuality and Pregnancy

  1. Fernanda Díaz-Basteris

Tropical comics and resistance: Días Cómics an illustrated ethnography of San Juan

  1. Tracy Lassiter -

The Intermediality and Transmediality of Digital Narratives

  1. Stefan Buchenberger -

Graphic Fiction and True Crime

  1. Maria Ana Micaela Chua Manansala -

TRESE Enters the Media Mix: From Komiks to Netflix Anime

  1. Abhishek Chatterjee -

The ‘Gentleman Traveller’ as ‘Comic Travellographer’ in Guy Delisle’s Pyongyang and Jerusalem”

  1. NAZNEEN HOQUE -

Tracing a Graphic Narrative: Challenging "Story" from the Grimm Brothers' Fairy Tales to Shaun Tan's The Singing Bones”

  1. Umberto ROSSI -

Terrorists, Historical or Fictional: Different Perspectives on the Politics of Fear

  1. Sarah Christina Ganzon

Netflix and Transcultural Anime: The Case of Netflix's Trese

  1. Kai Mikkonen  andJean Braithwaite

Through Word or Image: How Figural Iconic Solidarity Builds Characters and Drives Narrativity in Comics

  1. Davide Carnevale

«A GHASTLY AND INAPPROPRIATE SPLENDOUR»: THE FANTASTIC IN DINO BATTAGLIA’S COMIC ADAPTATIONS