Inside the Classroom: “Justice Literature”

With an emphasis on diversity, survival, betrayal, and justice, comics have become a space where popular culture can intersect with modern criminology. As a post-9/11 United States deals with issues such as xenophobia, economic distress, anxiety about the role of Americans on a global scale, police corruption, and war, the fictional heroes of universes created by companies like Marvel and DC must also face similar problems.

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