- Adherents.com: Emma Frost’s Religion: Adherents.com is a well-known site dedicated to research in all religious aspects, even in popculture.
- PFS Publishing: Emma Frost Character Analysis: Some character history, personality traits, and a personality analysis by Drew Patrick Smith.
- Case Study: Emma Frost Antisocial/Schizophrenic: RolandJP from the CBR forums diagnoses Emma Frost with antisocial and schizophrenic disorders. (Scroll down about 1/4 of the page and continue to page 5.)
- prozacpark: Code of Heroic Morality and Comic Books: “…I think that people like Emma are what allow people like Batman and Scott Summers to be heroic and hold on to their sense of morality.”
- Rediscovering the X-Men: Scott Tipton recollects the epic Dark Phoenix Saga and Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men.
- selenak: Her Story – A Joss Whedon fan analysis of Emma Frost’s survivor’s guilt and the way Whedon intertwines it all in “Astonishing X-Men.”
- Sequential Tart: X-Speak: How Men and Women are Communicating in New X-Men – Deanna Lytle devotes a couple paragraphs to Emma Frost, who “displayed several instances of competitive speech” when confronting men in Grant Morrison’s “New X-Men.”
- My Love Letter to Emma Frost: A blogger on why he loves Emma Frost
- Emma Frost Week: An Analysis – Dr. Sonic analyzes Emma Frost for Emma Frost week at CBR.
I’d really like a larger collection of fan analysis and essays of Emma Frost. Obviously, there isn’t enough and there needs to be more for such a fascinating character.