Charles Hatfield

Charles Hatfield is professor of English at California State University, Northridge, where he teaches courses on comics, word and image studies, popular culture, children’s literature, science fiction, and fantasy. He is the author of Hand of Fire: The Comics Art of Jack Kirby (University Press of Mississippi, 2011) and Alternative Comics: An Emerging Literature (University Press of Mississippi, 2005). He is also president of the Comics Studies Society.


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A Happy Monster

Charles Hatfield ventures into "Hellboy's World" by Scott Bukatman...

A Happy Monster
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