restricted access   Volume 2, 2007

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Networks of Desire

Introduction: Art Mecho

p. ix
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Shojo

Revolutionary Romance: The Rose of Versailles and the Transformation of Shojo Manga

pp. 3-17
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Shojo Manga! Girls' Comics! A Mirror of Girls' Dreams

pp. 19-32
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Ranma ½ Fan Fiction Writers: New Narrative Themes or the Same Old Story?

pp. 34-47
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Doll Beauties and Cosplay

pp. 49-62
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A Japanese Electra and Her Queer Progeny

pp. 64-79
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Powers of Time

Thieves of Baghdad: Transnational Networks of Cinema and Anime in the 1920s

pp. 83-102
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When Pacifist Japan Fights: Historicizing Desires in Anime

pp. 104-123
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The Quick and the Undead: Visual and Political Dynamics in Blood: The Last Vampire

pp. 125-142
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Bridges Of The Unknown: Visual Desires and Small Apocalypses

pp. 143-154
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Animalization

Malice@Doll: Konaka, Specularization, and the Virtual Feminine

pp. 157-173
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The Animalization of Otaku Culture

pp. 175-187
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Sex and the Single Pig: Desire and Flight in Porco Rosso

pp. 189-199
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The Education of Desire: Futari etchi and the Globalization of Sexual Tolerance

pp. 201-214
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My Father, He Killed Me; My Mother, She Ate Me: Self, Desire, Engendering, and the Mother in Neon Genesis Evangelion

pp. 216-232
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Horizons

Fly Away Old Home: Memory and Salvation in Haibane-Renmei

pp. 235-249
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In the World That Is Infinitely Inclusive: Four Theses on Voices of a Distant Star and The Wings of Honneamise

pp. 251-266
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Between the Child and the Mecha

pp. 268-282
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Review and Commentary

Godzilla's Children: Murakami Takes Manhattan

pp. 283-287
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Anime: Comparing Macro and Micro Analyses

pp. 287-289
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Crazy Rabbit Man: Why I Rewrite Manga

pp. 289-293
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Brain-Diving Batou

pp. 293-295
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Lurkers at the Threshold: Saya and the Nature of Evil

pp. 295-298
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UAAAAA! Trashkultur! An Interview with MAK's Johannes Wieninger

pp. 298-300
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 302-303
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