Charged Personas in Changing Times
- Rudolph Toepffer, “Mr. Jabot” from Rudolph Toepffer: The Complete Comic Strips (2007)
- William Hogarth, Four Stages of Cruelty, from Wikicommons
- Champfleury, frontispiece and title page from La Caricature (1879)
- Posada, detail from a theatre bill from José Guadalupe Posada: Mexican popular prints (1993)
- Ehon Imayo sugata (1802)
- Inaka Genji
- Katsushika Hokusai, Hokusai Manga
- Marumaru chinbun (1877)
Enduring Heroes Emerge
- Morris, Lucky Luke
- Best of DC: Secret Origins of Legion Superheroes
- Tezuka, Tetsuwan Atomu
- Hergé, Les Aventures de Tintin: Les Cigares du Pharaon
- Marvel, Fantastic Four
- Takahashi, Inuyasha (Viz Media)
- Tezuka, Ribon no kishi
- DC Comics, Superman
- DC Comics, Wonder Woman
- Shonen Sunday
Comix that Clash!
- Lynda Barry, One! Hundred! Demons!
- Eric Schreurs, Strange Flesh
- Art Spiegelman, MetaMaus
- Will Eisner, Contract with God and other Tenement Stories
- R Crumb, Artistic Comics
- Cheap Thrills/Big Brother and the Holding Company, R Crumb album cover design (1968)
- Read Yourself RAW, edited by Francoise Mouly and Art Spiegelman
- Tatsumi, Black Blizzard (Drawn & Quarterly)
- R Crumb and Aline Crumb, Self Loathing Comics.
Superpowers in Darkening Times
- Moore and Lloyd, V for Vendetta
- Moore and Gibbons, Watchmen
- DC Comics, Death in the Family: Batman (2013)
- Tite Kubo, Bleach: The Fire
- Otomo, Akira
- Ohba and Obata, Death Note
- Kishimoto, Naruto
- Guibert, Lefevre, and Lemerciér, Siegel (trans), The Photographer
- Bilal and Christan, Partie de Chasse (1982)
- Lynda Barry, “What are we doing when we are looking?” from What It Is. Drawn and Quarterly, 2008. © Lynda Barry, 2008.
- Ashley A. Woods, Millenia War Cover no. 3 (2008) from Black Comix: African American Independent Comics, Art and Culture, edited by Damian Duffy and John Jennings. Mark Batty Publisher, 2010, p. 165. © 2008 Ashley A. Woods.
- Jaques Tardi, (Editor/ translator Kim Thompson) from “The Mummies on Parade” in The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec. Fantagraphics Books, 2011, p. 2.© 2011 Editions Casterman © 2011 Fantagraphics Books.
- Dustin Tri Nguyen, “Agent Orange” in Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology, edited by Jeff Yang, et al. The New Press, 2009. © 2009 Dustin Nguyen.
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