Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 1999

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!

Books

McCarthy, Helen. Hayao Miyazaki: Master of Japanese animation: Films, themes, artistry. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press.

McCarthy, Helen, & Clements, Jonathan. The erotic anime movie guide. New York: The Overlook Press.

During 1999, Viz Media, at that point, the leading American publisher of translated Japanese comics, also published a collections of columns that had previously appeared in monthly issues of its Pulp: Manga for Grownups magazine, and a collection of non-academic articles on Japanese popular culture, including anime and manga.

Fresh pulp: Dispatches from the Japanese pop culture front (1997-1999). San Francisco: Viz Media.

Japan edge: The insider’s guide to Japanese pop subculture. San Francisco: Viz Media.

Book Chapters
Total Published: 4

Grigsby, Mary. The social production of gender as reflected in two Japanese culture industry products: Sailormoon and Crayon Shin-chan. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Themes and issues in Asian cartooning: Cute, cheap, mad and sexy (pp. 183-210). Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.

Lent, John A. Comics controversies and codes: Reverberations in the In John A. Lent (Ed.), Pulp demons: International dimensions of the post-war anti-comics campaign (pp. 179-214). Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses.

Shigematsu, Setsu. Dimensions of desire: Sex, fantasy and fetish in Japanese comics. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Themes and issues in Asian cartooning: Cute, cheap, mad and sexy (pp. 127-164). Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.

Shiokawa, Kanako. Cute but deadly: Women and violence in Japanese comics. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Themes and issues in Asian cartooning: Cute, cheap, mad and sexy (pp. 93-126). Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.

Articles
Total Published: 17

Adams, Jeff. Of mice and manga: Comics and graphic novels in art education. Journal of Art & Design Education, 18(1), 69-75.

Brophy, Philip. The tyranny of the English voice in anime. RealTime, 31

Adams, Kenneth Alan, & Hill, Lester Jr. Castration anxiety in Japanese group-fantasies. The Journal of Psychohistory, 26(4), 779-809.

Cooper-Chen, Anne. An animated imbalance: Japan’s television heroines in Asia. International Communication Gazette, 61(3-4), 293-310.

Duus, Peter. The Marumaru Chinbun and the origins of the Japanese political cartoon. International Journal of Comic Art, 1(1), 42-56.

Inaga, Shigemi. Miyazaki Hayao’s epic comic series: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind: An attempt at interpretation. Japan Review, 11, 113-127.

Kim, Won. The quest for humanity: The hero’s journey in Walt Disney’s Pinocchio and Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell. Animatrix, 10, 50-72.

Kinsella, Sharon. Pro-establishment manga: Pop-culture and the balance of power in contemporary JapanMedia, Culture & Society21(4), 567-572.

MacWilliams, Mark. Revisioning Japanese religiousity: Tezuka Osamu’s Hi no Tori (The Phoenix). Japanese Religions24(1), 79-100.

Nagata, Ryoichi. Learning biochemistry through manga – helping students learn and remember, and making lectures more exciting. Biochemical Education, 27(4), 200-203.

Sato, Kenji. More animated than life. Kyoto Journal, 41, 22-27.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Silvio, Carl. Refiguring the radical cyborg in Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell. Science Fiction Studies, 26(1), 54-72.

Steinberg, Marc. The trajectory of the apocalypse: Pleasure and destruction in Akira and Evangelion. East Asia Forum, 8/9, 1-31.

Sugano, Yoshinori. Manga and non-photorealistic rendering. ACM SIGRAPH Computer Graphics, 33(1), 65-66.

Ueno, Toshiya. Techno-Orientalism and media-tribalism: On Japanese animation and rave culture. Third Text, 13(47), 95-106.

Wilson, Brent. Becoming Japanese: Manga, children’s drawings, and the construction of national characterVisual Arts Research25(2), 48-60.

Yokota, Masao. A psychological meaning of creatures in Hayao Miyazaki’s feature animations. The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies, 1(1A), 39-44.