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About The As such it will appeal to scholars and students of cultural and media studies film studies sociology politics and American studies.This book examines the dominant popular culture convention of the superhero situated within the most significant global event of the last 20 years. Beginning with the development of Batman in comics television and film the authors offer studies of popular films including Iron Man Captain America The X-Men Black Panther and Wonder Woman revealing the ways in which these texts meditate upon the events and aftermath of 9/11 and challenge the dominant hyper-patriotic narrative that emerged in response to the attacks. A study of the superhero genre’s capacity to unpack complex global interplays that question America’s foreign policy actions and the white militarized masculinity that has characterized major discourses following 9/11 this volume explores the engagement of superhero films with issues of authority patriotism war morals race gender surveillance the military industrial complex and American political and social identities

A study of the superhero genre’s capacity to unpack complex global interplays that question America’s foreign policy actions and the white militarized masculinity that has characterized major discourses following 9/11 this volume explores the engagement of superhero films with issues of authority patriotism war morals race gender surveillance the military industrial complex and American political and social identities.

Beginning with the development of Batman in comics television and film the authors offer studies of popular films including Iron Man Captain America The X-Men Black Panther and Wonder Woman revealing the ways in which these texts meditate upon the events and aftermath of 9/11 and challenge the dominant hyper-patriotic narrative that emerged in response to the attacks.

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This book examines the dominant popular culture convention of the superhero situated within the most significant global event of the last 20 years.

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As such it will appeal to scholars and students of cultural and media studies film studies sociology politics and American studies.

Exploring the explosion of the superhero genre post-9/11 it sheds fresh light on the manner in which American society has processed and continues to process the trauma from the terrorist attacks.

Exploring the explosion of the superhero genre post-9/11 it sheds fresh light on the manner in which American society has processed and continues to process the trauma from the terrorist attacks.

Beginning with the development of Batman in comics television and film the authors offer studies of popular films including Iron Man Captain America The X-Men Black Panther and Wonder Woman revealing the ways in which these texts meditate upon the events and aftermath of 9/11 and challenge the dominant hyper-patriotic narrative that emerged in response to the attacks.

Resurgent The Reborn Of And Crisis9/11 Superhero.

As such it will appeal to scholars and students of cultural and media studies film studies sociology politics and American studies.

This book examines the dominant popular culture convention of the superhero situated within the most significant global event of the last 20 years

This book examines the dominant popular culture convention of the superhero situated within the most significant global event of the last 20 years. Exploring the explosion of the superhero genre post-9/11 it sheds fresh light on the manner in which American society has processed and continues to process the trauma from the terrorist attacks. Beginning with the development of Batman in comics television and film the authors offer studies of popular films including Iron Man Captain America The X-Men Black Panther and Wonder Woman revealing the ways in which these texts meditate upon the events and aftermath of 9/11 and challenge the dominant hyper-patriotic narrative that emerged in response to the attacks. A study of the superhero genre’s capacity to unpack complex global interplays that question America’s foreign policy actions and the white militarized masculinity that has characterized major discourses following 9/11 this volume explores the engagement of superhero films with issues of authority patriotism war morals race gender surveillance the military industrial complex and American political and social identities. As such it will appeal to scholars and students of cultural and media studies film studies sociology politics and American studies.

Reborn Of Crisis9/11 And The Resurgent Superhero

This book examines the dominant popular culture convention of the superhero situated within the most significant global event of the last 20 years. Exploring the explosion of the superhero genre post-9/11 it sheds fresh light on the manner in which American society has processed and continues to process the trauma from the terrorist attacks. Beginning with the development of Batman in comics television and film the authors offer studies of popular films including Iron Man Captain America The X-Men Black Panther and Wonder Woman revealing the ways in which these texts meditate upon the events and aftermath of 9/11 and challenge the dominant hyper-patriotic narrative that emerged in response to the attacks. A study of the superhero genre’s capacity to unpack complex global interplays that question America’s foreign policy actions and the white militarized masculinity that has characterized major discourses following 9/11 this volume explores the engagement of superhero films with issues of authority patriotism war morals race gender surveillance the military industrial complex and American political and social identities. As such it will appeal to scholars and students of cultural and media studies film studies sociology politics and American studies.

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This book examines the dominant popular culture convention of the superhero situated within the most significant global event of the last 20 years. Exploring the explosion of the superhero genre.

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