Issue 156

 

Preface
Jaqueline Berndt Manga, Comics and Japan – An Introduction
Fabienne Darling-Wolf Japan’s Global Resonances: From ukiyo-e to La Nouvelle Manga
Karl Ian U. Cheng Chua Japanese Popular Culture and its Re-definition from the Peripheries
Ana Došen Probing the Manga ToPoEt(h)ics in Tezuka’s Message to Adolf
Fusami Ogi Manga beyond Japan: How the Term Manga Has Globalized
Ylva Lindberg Moving Manga: Integration and Bypassing as Strategies in the Cases of France and Sweden
Lisa Medin Twisting the Mundane to the Fantastical in Manga-Inspired Comics: Experiences of a Swedish Artist
Ananya Saha Manga as Mukokuseki (Stateless)? Hybridism in Original Non-Japanese Manga
José Andrés Santiago
Iglesias
Berliac’s gaijin gekiga and the Mangaesque: Transnational Perspectives and Cultural Appropriation
gastón j. muñoz j. Gender, Politics and Manga in Current Chilean Art
Lukas R.A. Wilde Character Street Signs (hyōshiki): “Mangaesque” Aesthetics as Intermedial Reference and Virtual Mediation
Per Israelson The Vortex of the Weird: Systemic Feedback and Enviromental Individuation in the Media Ecology of Ito Junji’s Horror Comics
Sharalyn Orbaugh Compulsorily Queer: Coercion as a Political Tool in Queer Manga
Patrick W. Galbraith Encountering Uchiyama Aki: On the Need for Situated Knowledge and Learning in a Global World
Kazumi Nagaike BL Manga Studies: Essentializing and Queering “Japanese Studies”
Natalia Samutina The Made in Abyss Controversy: Transnational Participatory Cultures as Cultural Interpreters of Japanese Texts
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