Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 1996

As with all editions of the Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies, it is likely that this list is not complete. Recommendations or suggestions for additional entries to add are always welcome!

BooksBook ChaptersArticles

Books
(Total published: 3)

Lent, John A. Comic art in Africa, Asia, Australasia, and Latin America: A comprehensive, international bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Levi, Antonia. Samurai from outer space: Understanding Japanese animation. Chicago: Open Court.

Schodt, Frederik L. Dreamland Japan: Writings on modern manga. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge.

Book Chapters
(Total published: 2)

Crawford, Ben. Emperor Tomato-Ketchup: Cartoon properties from Japan. In Mick Broderick (Ed.), Hibakusha cinema: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the nuclear image in Japanese film (pp. 75-90). London: Kegan Paul.

Freiberg, Freda. Akira and the postnuclear sublime. In Mick Broderick (Ed.), Hibakusha cinema: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the nuclear image in Japanese film (pp. 91-102). London: Kegan Paul.

Articles
(Total published: 8)

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Azuma, Hiroki. Anime or something like it: Neon Genesis Evangelion. InterCommunication, 18.

Chute, David. The soul of the new machine: Oshii Mamoru’s Ghost in the Shell. Film Comment, 32(3), 84-88.

Kinsella, Sharon. Change in the social status, form and content of adult manga, 1986-1996. Japan Forum, 8(1), 103-112.

Ono, Kosei. Manga publishing: Trends in Asia. Japanese Book News, 15, 6-7.
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*** OPEN ACCESS *** Ono, Kosei. Manga publishing: Trends in the United States. Japanese Book News, 16, 6-7.

Takeuchi, Osamu. Japanese manga: Research and criticism. Japanese Book News, 15, 1-3
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*** OPEN ACCESS *** Ueno, Toshiya. Japanimation and techno-orientalism: Japan as the sub-empire of signs. Documentary Box, 9, 111-119.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Watanabe, Takesato. Japan’s media at present. Social Science Review, 55, 1-40.

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