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Heroes and Villains

Mike Alsford - Philosophy - 2006 - 158 pages
Hercules, Jesus, James Bond, Luke Skywalker, Gandalf, Frodo, Harry Potter, Buffy Summers, Spiderman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Dr. Who, Darth Vader, Sauron, Voldemort, Lex Luthor ...
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Heroes and Villains

Mike Alsford - Philosophy - 2006 - 158 pages
Hercules, Jesus, James Bond, Luke Skywalker, Gandalf, Frodo, Harry Potter, Buffy Summers, Spiderman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Dr. Who, Darth Vader, Sauron, Voldemort, Lex Luthor ...
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Heroes and Villains

Mike Alsford - Philosophy - 2006 - 158 pages
Hercules, Jesus, James Bond, Luke Skywalker, Gandalf, Frodo, Harry Potter, Buffy Summers, Spiderman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Dr. Who, Darth Vader, Sauron, Voldemort, Lex Luthor ...
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Heroes and Villains

Mike Alsford - Philosophy - 2006 - 158 pages
Hercules, Jesus, James Bond, Luke Skywalker, Gandalf, Frodo, Harry Potter, Buffy Summers, Spiderman, Batman, Captain Kirk, Dr. Who, Darth Vader, Sauron, Voldemort, Lex Luthor ...
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How to Read Superhero Comics and why

Geoff Klock - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 204 pages
"An analysis of superhero comic books beginning with Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Alan Moore's Watchmen drawing on the literary and psychoanalytic theory ...
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Masculine Interests: Homoerotics in Hollywood Films

Robert Lang - Performing Arts - 2002 - 381 pages
Until Masculine Interests not much had been written about men "as men" in the cinema. Now Robert Lang considers how Hollywood articulates the eroticism that is intrinsic to ...
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Masculine Interests: Homoerotics in Hollywood Films

Robert Lang - Performing Arts - 2002 - 381 pages
Until Masculine Interests not much had been written about men "as men" in the cinema. Now Robert Lang considers how Hollywood articulates the eroticism that is intrinsic to ...
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