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Introduction Thomas Giddens 1 Lex Comica: On Comics and Legal Theory Thomas Giddens Part 1: Introducing Comics and Law 2 Holy Blurring of Core Copyright Principles, Batmobile! Kimberly Barker 3 Devil's Advocate: Representation in Heroic Fiction, Daredevil and the Law Graham Ferris and Cleo Lunt 4 I am the Law Teacher!: An Experiential Approach using Judge Dredd to Teach Constitutional Law Richard Glancey 5 Not Foresighting and Not Answering: Using Graphic Fiction to Interrogate Social and Regulatory Issues in Biomedicine Shawn HE Harmon 6 Law and the Machine: Fluid and Mechanical Selfhood in The Ghost in the Shell Thomas Giddens Part 2: Graphic Criminology 7 When (Super)heroes Kill: Vigilantism and Deathworthiness in Justice League, Red Team, and the Christopher Dorner Killing Spree Nickie D Phillips and Staci Strobl 8 Extreme Restorative Justice: The Politics of Vigilantism in Vertigo's 100 Bullets Angus Nurse 9 Violent Lives, Ending Violently? Justice, Violence and Ideology in Watchmen James Petty 10 Stepping off the Page: 'British Batman' as Legal Superhero Nic Groombridge Part 3: Graphic Justice International 11 The Hero We Need, Not the One We Deserve: Vigilantism and the State of Exception in Batman Incorporated Chris Comerford 12 Judge, Jury and Executioner: Judge Dredd, Drones, Jaques Derrida Chris Lloyd 13 Crimes against (Super)Humanity: Graphic Forms of Justice and Governance Chris Boge 14 Graphic Reporting: Human Rights Violations through the Lens of Graphic Novels Jeremie Gilbert and David Keane
Thomas Giddens is Lecturer in Law and Co-Director of the Centre for Law and Culture at St Mary's University. He researches in cultural legal studies, focusing on the use of comics and graphic fiction in legal studies, as well as criminal justice and legal philosophy.