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Vol 4, No 1 & 2

Popular Culture Studies Journal
Volume 4, Issue 1 & 2

Editor: Bob Batchelor

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EDITORIAL: Producing Popular Culture

Bob Batchelor

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"It's All About the Dress!": An Examination of 150 Years of Cinderella Picture Book Covers

Linda A. Robinson and Susan M. Wildermuth

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A New, Screen-based Aesthetic

Eric K. Hatch

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Common Queer Readers Band Together on YouTube

John Pruitt

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Shakespeare, Digeridoos, and Samurai Cowboys: Remixing National and Cultural identities in Sukiyaki Western Django

Christopher J. Olson

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A Pedagogy of Communion: Theorizing Popular Culture Pedagogy

Kyle A. Hammonds and Karen Anderson-Lain

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Man Up: Gendered Representations in Halt and Catch Fire and Silicon Valley

Melissa Vosen Callens

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"It's My Turn, Babe": Postfeminism and the Dual-Career Marriage on Friday Night Lights

J. Scott Oberacker

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Structure, Sign, and Play in the Discourse of Anita Loos: A Girl Like I As Prequel to Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Leslie Kreiner Wilson

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The Taming of Homosexuality on the Popular Sitcom, Will & Grace

Krysten Stein

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Survivor Shows and Caveman Masculinity

Jared Champion

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Being Forced to Play and Ending the Game: Disengagement, Dissent, Revolt, Rebellion, and Revolution in The Hunger Games

Jérôme Melançon

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INTERVIEW: The Popular Culture Studies Journal Interview

Randy Duncan (int. Norma Jones)

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SPECIAL ISSUE: Stan Lee and the Marvel Universe

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Introduction

Bob Batchelor

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Template for Tomorrow: The Fantastic Four Lee/Kirby Partnership That Birthed the Marvel Age of Comics and, Ultimately, the Marvel Universe

Alan Jozwiak

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Language and Meaning from the Marvel Universe in Creating an Inclusive Fan Culture

Joseph P. Muszynski

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True Believers: Stan Lee and the Legitimization of the Comics Fan Community

Peter Bryan Cullen

THINK PIECES ON STAN LEE AND THE MARVEL UNIVERSE

  • Time with Stan Lee Here and There by Arthur Asa Berger

  • Face Front, True Believers!: Stan Lee and the Gen X Trinity by Jeff Massey and Brian Cogan

  • What If Stan Lee Didn't Change His Name? by Jeff McLaughlin

  • Hung Up on Superhero Sex Organs? Why Mallrats Remains Stan Lee's Greatest Movie Role by John Kenneth Muir

  • In Praise of Heroes by Robert McParland

  • The Clouded Legacy of a Comic Book Legend by Joseph J. Darowski

  • Stan Lee: Thinking About an Icon's Legacy by Bob Batchelor

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MARVEL REVIEWS

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REVIEWS

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CONTRIBUTORS

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