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  1. The Art of Cute Little Things: Nara Yoshitomo's Parapolitics
  2. Marilyn Ivy
  3. pp. 3-29
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  1. Transforming U.S. Anime in the 1980s: Localization and Longevity
  2. Brian Ruh
  3. pp. 31-49
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  1. Speciesism, Part II: Tezuka Osamu and the Multispecies Ideal
  2. Thomas Lamarre
  3. pp. 51-85
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  1. Undoing Inter-national Fandom in the Age of Brand Nationalism
  2. Koichi Iwabuchi
  3. pp. 87-96
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  1. World and Variation: The Reproduction and Consumption of Narrative
  2. Ōtsuka Eiji, Marc Steinberg
  3. pp. 99-116
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  1. Frenchness and Transformation in Japanese Subculture, 1972–2004
  2. Anne McKnight
  3. pp. 118-137
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  1. Monstrous Media and Delusional Consumption in Kon Satoshi's Paranoia Agent
  2. Gerald Figal
  3. pp. 139-155
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  1. Lucid Dreams, False Awakenings: Figures of the Fan in Kon Satoshi
  2. Kerin Ogg
  3. pp. 157-174
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  1. A Cosplay Photography Sampler
  2. Eron Rauch, Christopher Bolton
  3. pp. 176-190
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  1. Dark Energy: What Fansubs Reveal about the Copyright Wars
  2. Ian Condry
  3. pp. 193-208
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  1. Akihabara: Conditioning a Public "Otaku" Image
  2. Patrick W. Galbraith
  3. pp. 210-230
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  1. Comic Market: How the World's Biggest Amateur Comic Fair Shaped Japanese Dōjinshi Culture
  2. Fan-Yi Lam
  3. pp. 232-248
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  1. Suffering Forces Us to Think beyond the Right–Left Barrier
  2. Amamiya Karin, Jodie Beck
  3. pp. 251-265
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  1. Fans Behaving Badly: Anime Metafandom, Brutal Criticism, and the Intellectual Fan
  2. Kathryn Dunlap, Carissa Wolf
  3. pp. 267-283
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  1. Anatomy of Permutational Desire: Perversion in Hans Bellmer and Oshii Mamoru
  2. Livia Monnet
  3. pp. 285-309
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  1. A Cocoon with a View: Hikikomori, Otaku, and Welcome to the NHK
  2. Marc Hairston
  3. pp. 311-323
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  1. Reorganizations of Gender and Nationalism: Gender Bashing and Loliconized Japanese Society
  2. Naitō Chizuko, Nathan Shockey
  3. pp. 325-333
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  1. Aeryn's Dolls
  2. Jin C. Tomshine
  3. pp. 334-339
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  1. The Space between Worlds: Mushishi and Japanese Folklore
  2. Paul Jackson
  3. pp. 341-343
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  1. Animation beyond the Boundaries
  2. Susan Napier
  3. pp. 344-345
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  1. Three Faces of Eva
  2. pp. 345-346
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  1. Cruel Angels? Cruel Fathers!
  2. Paul M. Malone
  3. pp. 346-348
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  1. Epic Fail: Still Dreary, after All These Years
  2. Madeline Ashby
  3. pp. 348-349
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  1. The Rebuild of Anime
  2. Thomas Lamarre
  3. pp. 349-353
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  1. Brief Visions of a Vast Landscape
  2. Timothy Perper, Martha Cornog
  3. pp. 353-356
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  1. Death Note: The Killer in Me Is the Killer in You
  2. Susan Napier
  3. pp. 356-360
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  1. Otakuology: A Dialogue
  2. Patrick W. Galbraith, Thomas Lamarre
  3. pp. 360-374
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  1. Errata
  2. p. 378
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  1. Introduction
  2. Frenchy Lunning
  3. pp. ix-xi
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 375-377
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