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More options. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Contributor Perper, Timothy, Cornog, Martha. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary Within the last decade, anime and manga have become extremely popular in the United States. Mangatopia: Essays on Manga and Anime in the Modern World provides a sophisticated anthology of varied commentary from authors well versed in both formats.
These essays provide insights unavailable on the Internet, giving the interested general reader in-depth information well beyond the basic, "Japanese Comics " level, and providing those who teach and write about manga and anime valuable knowledge to further expand their expertise. The topics addressed range widely across various artists and art styles, media methodology and theory, reception of manga and anime in different cultural markets, and fan behavior.
By then, manga and anime had already crossed the horizons of European popular art and culture Pellitteri and Marco Pellitteri, chapter 12, this volume and had likewise reached Southeast Asian audiences and markets Wong But what has made the manga and anime explosion of recent years different is that now Japan, and increasingly Korea and China, are exporting cultural goods to the Eurocentric Western world—and with extravagant aesthetic, cultural, and commercial success.
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Synopsis Within the last decade, anime and manga have become extremely popular in the United States.