1. Introduction: New Formulations of the Otaku
  2. Susan Napier
  3. pp. 1-6
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  1. “Otaku,” You and I: On Ōtsuka Eiji’s Response to Miyazaki Tsutomu
  2. Patrick W. Galbraith
  3. pp. 9-26
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  1. The Othering of the Otaku: A Transformative, Sociocultural Wild Card for Economics, International Business, and Political Leverage
  2. Renato Rivera Rusca
  3. pp. 27-50
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  1. Next It’s Japan’s Turn: Nation and Otaku Masculinity in My Hero Academia
  2. Alek Sigley
  3. pp. 77-98
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  1. Hiding Hobbies and Saving Social Lives: About the Representation of Otaku Struggles in Ore no imōto ga konnani kawaii wake ga nai
  2. William Schrage
  3. pp. 99-115
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  1. Imagining Diversity: Mapping the Potential and Limits of a Queer Otaku Theory
  2. Edmond Ernest Dit Alban
  3. pp. 116-133
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  1. Dead Chat Is Ded*: The Rise and Dissolution of Chat Communities Attached to Bootleg Anime Streaming Sites
  2. Eron Rauch
  3. pp. 137-158
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  1. Anime Fan-Oriented Works: Encountering Fan Narratives in Anime Crimes Division and Its North American Contexts
  2. Victoria Berndt
  3. pp. 159-182
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  1. Just a Cute Vibe: Producing a “Weebwave” in 2010s Songs and Music Videos
  2. Ana Matilde Sousa
  3. pp. 183-210
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