- Title Pages
- Of Jungle Queens and Amazons: Marvel’s She-Hulk as Poststructural Feminist Icon
- “My Skin Has Turned to Porcelain, to Ivory, to Steel”: Feminist Fan Discourses, Game of Thrones, and the Problem of Sansa
- The Dragon Lady of Gotham: Feminine Power, the Mythical East, and Talia al Ghul
- Situating Starbuck: Combative Femininity, Figurative Masculinity, and the Snap
- From SuperOther to SuperMother: The Journey toward Liberty
- “Don’t Underestimate Her Ability to Talk, It’s Her Superpower”: Epistemic Negotiation and the Power of Community in Carrie Vaughn’s Kitty Norville Series
- Placing Parker: Negotiating the Hegemonic Binary in Leverage
- Hillary Orbits an Alternative Universe Earth: Interpreting the USA Network’s Political Animals as Science Fiction
- Body Issues in Wonder Woman 90–100 (1994–1995): Good Girls, Bad Girls, Macho Men
- Claiming the Throne: Multiplicity and Agency in Cinda Williams Chima’s The Seven Realms Series
- Forced Glory: Katniss Everdeen, Bella Swan, and Varieties of Virginity
- The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture
- Elyce Rae Helford, Shiloh Carroll, Sarah Gray, Michael R. Howard
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