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Marvel's Black Widow from spy to superhero : essays on an Avenger with a very specific skill set /

edited by Sherry Ginn.

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Names: Ginn, Sherry,
Published: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2017]
Topics: | Black Widow (Fictitious character)
Genres: Essays. | Essays.
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Introduction: Black Widow's place in Marvel's universes and our own / Sherry Ginn -- A "very specific skill set": Black Widow's use of language in The Avengers / Malgorzata Drewniok -- In search of the complete female character in Marvel's cinematic universe / Heather M. Porter -- "Eyes front, Ivan!" The comic books' journey through fashions and men / Valerie Estelle Frankel -- Feminism in American cinema: the many incarnations of Black Widow / Jillian Coleman Benjamin -- Red rooms, conditioning chairs and needles in the brain: brainwashing and mind control in the Whedon and Marvel universes / Sherry Ginn -- Jose Whedon's radical icon of third wave feminism / Lewis Call -- Athena's daughter: Black Widow's impact aesthetic / David Kociemba -- The elusive Black Widow film: fan-made texts as social desire paths / Tanya R. Cochran.
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