The amazing transforming superhero!: essays on the revision of characters in comic books, film and television
"This collection analyzes the many ways in which comic book and film superheroes have been revised or re-written in response to changes in real-world politics, social mores, and popular culture. Also included are several illustrations and promotional photographs, along with separate footnotes and bibliographies for each essay"--Provided by publisher.
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Captain America in the Wake of World
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