Jackson Ayres

Jackson Ayres is assistant professor of English at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. His articles have appeared in Twentieth-Century Literature and Literature/Film Quarterly, among other venues. He recently curated and contributed to a cluster of articles with the theme “Comics and Modernism,” which is forthcoming in Journal of Modern Literature.


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Thus Spake Black Bolt

Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward's "Black Bolt Vol. 1: Hard Time" speaks to reviewer Jackson Ayres....


When Were Superheroes Grim and Gritty?
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