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  Volume 8, 2013

Table of Contents

Tezuka’s Manga Life


pp. ix-xiii

Nonhuman Life

"Becoming-Insect Woman": Tezuka's Feminist Species

pp. 3-24

Diary of an Insect Shōjo's Vagabond Life

pp. 25-32

Tezuka Osamu's Circle of Life: Vitalism, Evolution, and Buddhism

pp. 34-47

Atom Came from Bugs: The Precocious Didacticism of Tezuka Osamu's Essays in Insect Idleness

pp. 49-59

On the Fabulation of a Form of Life in the Drawn Line and Systems of Thought

pp. 61-71

The Metamorphic and Microscopic in Tezuka Osamu's Graphic Novels

pp. 73-85

Media Life

Where Is Tezuka?: A Theory of Manga Expression

pp. 89-107

Phoenix 2772: A 1980 Turning Point for Tezuka and Anime

pp. 109-125

Copying Atomu

pp. 127-136

Tokiwasou Story

pp. 137-152

A Life in Manga

Toward a Theory of "Artist Manga": Manga Self-Consciousness and the Transforming Figure of the Artist

pp. 155-171

Manga Shōnen: Katō Ken'ichi and the Manga Boys

pp. 173-193

Implicating Readers: Tezuka's Early Seinen Manga

pp. 195-212

Tezuka's Anime Revolution in Context

pp. 214-226

Designing a World

pp. 228-242


pp. 243-248

Everyday Life

An Unholy Alliance of Eisenstein and Disney: The Fascist Origins of Otaku Culture

pp. 251-277

Osamu Moet Moso: Imagining Lines of Eroticism in Akihabara

pp. 279-297

Tezuka, Shōjo Manga, and Hagio Moto

pp. 299-311

Out of Death, an Atomic Consecration to Life: Astro Boy and Hiroshima's Long Shadow

pp. 313-320

Wolf Head in Phoenix

pp. 322-335


pp. 336-337