The Worlds of the Hernandez Brothers
A special issue of ImageTexT edited by Derek Parker Royal and Christopher González
|The Worlds of the Hernandez Brothers||Derek Parker Royal|
|Autoclastic Icons: Bloodletting and Burning in Gilbert Hernandez's Palomar||Christopher Pizzino|
|Gilbert Hernandez as a Rhetor||F. Vance Neill|
|Picturing the Transnational in Palomar:
Gilbert Hernandez and the Comics of the Borderlands
|Comics as Remediation:
Gilbert Hernandez's Human Diastrophism
|Mood, Mystery, and Demystification in Gilbert Hernandez's
Twentieth-First-Century NeoNoir Stand-Alones
|Frederick Luis Aldama|
|Turf, Tags, and Territory:
Spatiality in Jaime Hernandez's "Vida Loca: The Death of Speedy Ortiz"
|Review of Recent Books from Gilbert Hernandez||Derek Parker Royal|
|Review of Love and Rockets New Stories, No 5||James Bucky Carter|
|Review of God and Science: Return of the Ti-Girls||Andrew J. Kunka|
|Review of The Art of Jamie Hernandez||Patrick L. Hamilton|
|The Hernandez Brothers: A Selected Bibliography||Derek Parker Royal|
|Notes on Contributors|
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