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Volume 9, 2014

Table of Contents

Origins

Dedication to Dr. John A. Lent

pp. ix-x

Introduction

pp. xi-xv

Subjects of Desire

Hagio Moto’s Nuclear Manga and the Promise of Eco-Feminist Desire

pp. 3-23

Where Is My Place in the World?: Early Shōjo Manga Portrayals of Lesbianism

pp. 25-42

Between Men, Androids, and Robots: Assaying Mechanical Man in Meiji Literature and Visual Culture

pp. 44-60

Bodies in Motion

Carbon as Creation: On Tsuji Naoyuki’s Charcoal Anime

pp. 63-75

Powers of (Dis)Ability: Toward a Bodily Origin in Mushishi

pp. 77-88

South Korea and the Sub-Empire of Anime: Kinesthetics of Subcontracted Animation Production

pp. 90-103

Boundaries

Japanese Cartoon Films

pp. 107-124

From Street Corner to Living Room: Domestication of TV Culture and National Time/Narrative

pp. 126-142

Hyperbolic Nationalism: South Korea’s Shadow Animation Industry

pp. 144-162

Conceptualizing Anime and the Database Fantasyscape

pp. 164-175

Rescripting History

Rebranding Himiko, the Shaman Queen of Ancient History

pp. 179-198

Tezuka’s Buddha at the Tokyo National Museum: An Interview with Matsumoto Nobuyuki

pp. 200-215

Genesis at the Shrine: The Votive Art of an Anime Pilgrimage

pp. 217-233

Repetition, Remediation, Adaptation

The Girl at the Center of the World: Gender, Genre, and Remediation in Bishōjo Media Works

pp. 237-252

The Localization of Kiki’s Delivery Service

pp. 254-267

Franchising and Failure: Discourses of Failure within the Japanese-American Speed Racer Franchise

pp. 269-281

Evangelion as Second Impact: Forever Changing That Which Never Was

pp. 283-293

From Ground Zero to Degree Zero: Akira from Origin to Oblivion

pp. 295-315

Contributors

pp. 317-318