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Captain America, Masculinity, and Violence
The Evolution of a National Icon

J. Richard Stevens

Cloth $44.95s    |    978-0-8156-3395-2    |    2015

ebook 978-0-8156-5320-2


"A great resource for students in courses dealing with comic books, popular culture, and/or American history."—Terrence Wandtke, author of The Meaning of Superhero Comics Books

"Stevens provides a chronological character study of one of the most important comics superheroes to have emerged out of the ‘Golden Age’ of comics. This book employs a compelling political/cultural analysis of the character, as well as an ‘industry history’ of the series."—Gary Hoppenstand, Michigan State University

  Captain America, Masculinity,
and Violence

J. Richard Stevens   J. Richard Stevens is assistant professor in media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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6 x 9, 376 pages, notes, works cited, index

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