- 1. I firmly believe that even a limited amount of theoretical background can and does help practitioners such as myself (c.f. Boase-Beier 2006).
- 2. While a more fine-grained definition is possible, subcategories cannot be developed further here due to the scope of this chapter. Further study is needed.
- 3. In the comic, Granbrakko is a spoof of the Ranger Strider/Aragorn from The Lord of the Rings, who is depicted here as being a man of color; this is due to the character being based on Brakko, a regular in the main series.
- 4. PKNA is a series about an anthropomorphic duck whose vigilante alter-ego becomes a superhero in order to fight against alien parasites from outer space.
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