Abstract: Blade, from character to genre, is a study in hybridity. This paper will use contemporary genre theories to discuss how we approach the Blade films as part of the Marvel corpus, and how generic hybridity is personified by Blade himself. Blade simultaneously problematises and champions hybridity, exploring its complexities and successfully bridging a range... Continue Reading →
With Jessica Balanzategui. Abstract: In May 2014 in Wisconsin, two 12 year old girls led another girl, also 12, into the woods and stabbed her 19 times. The children claimed that they were driven to attack the girl by the Slender Man, a character nebulously developed across various internet sites, whose polyphonic, centerless mythology has... Continue Reading →
‘Contagious Media: Zombie Criticism of “Real” Space,’ in The Urban Gaze: Exploring Urbanity through Art, Architecture, Fashion and Media, edited by Silvia Mazzucotelli Salice (Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2016). Click here to purchase ebook.
Click here to purchase ebook. ‘Horror in the Outback,’ in Places and Spaces of Monstrosity, edited by Craig Douglas and Rosalea Monacella (Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2014).