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Steiff, Josef und Adam Barkman (Hrsg.): Manga and Philosophy. Fullmetal Metaphysician. (Popular Culture and Philosophy, 52.) Chicago: Open Court, 2010. (362 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-0-8126-9679-0
BibTeX citation key: Steiff2010b
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Categories: General
Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung, Japan, Manga, Philosophie
Creators: Barkman, Steiff
Publisher: Open Court (Chicago)
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Abstract
Manga have poured out from their Home Islands to occupy and colonize the Western world. Manga’s devastating weapons include riveting storylines, inspired and not always whimsical illustrations, fantastic visions on an epic scale, remorseless realism that is neither sentimental nor cynical, and unexpected insights into the agonizing predicaments of the human situation.
Manga target defenseless readers of all ages, sexes, and demographic characteristics. They range from Sailor Moon to Spirited Away, from Astro Boy to Fullmetal Alchemist, from Cowboy Bebop to Neon Genesis Evangelion, from Fruits Basket to Naruto.
Manga and Philosophy: Fullmetal Metaphysician is a toolkit for understanding manga, helpful both to seasoned otaku and to the freshly addicted. While digging out the deeper meanings of manga, Manga and Philosophy also presents essential information on the history, impact, and specialized sub-varieties of this living, breathing, rapidly proliferating species of art.

Table of Contents

1. Tristan D. Tamplin: Tezuka. You need a system to play Black Jack
2. Bruce Sheridan: “You, God of manga, are cruel!”: Black Jack, Phoenix, Buddha / 3. Ada Palmer: Imagination rising: Phoenix /
4. Andrew Terjesen: Ketsuekigata. Why are there so few superhero manga?: Spider-man J, Cyborg 009, Ultimo, Shadow Lady, Zetman (53-68)
5. Adam Barkman: Should Athena really wear pink?: Ulysses 31, Appleseed, Saint Seiya, Chrno Crusade (69-80)
6. Carl H. Sobocinski: Re-staging World War II: Cosmoship Yamato, Barefoot Gen, Zipang
7. Jonathan Clements: Living happily never after in women’s manga: josei
8. Nancy Kang: Dirty pictures: Lolicon
9. Elizabeth Birmingham: Kazoku. No man could love her more: angel sanctuary, vampire knight
10. Nicolas Michaud: Is Al still Ed’s brother, or Is he already dead?: Fullmetal alchemist
11. Deborah Shamoon: Humanity grows up: To Terra
12. Sara Livingston: Operation La Famiglia: Gunslinger girl
13. Brandon Canaday: Nimensei: Light shows the way: Death Note
14. Gilbert M. Lugo: Writing wrong: Death Note
15. Josef Steiff: Zen no michi: Being good takes practice: Hero Heel
16. Daisuke Matsuura: Kenshin is not an Emo pansy: Samurai X
17. Gordon Hawkes: Showing the world the right path: Gundam Wing
18. Ashley Barkman: The brink of extinction: Ark Angels
19. Steve Odin: Down the abyss: Nausicaä on the Valley of the Wind
20. Sally Jane Thompson: Drawing on the self: Sexy Voice and Robo, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle, FLCL
21. Jason Davis, Christie Barber, and Mio Bryce: Hamon: Why do they look white? (283-296)
22. Elizabeth A. Marks: Never really there
23. Thorsten Botz-Bornstein: Being cute and being cool
24. George A. Reisch: The flaming metaphysical lips of manga
Furoku: Select your warrior ; “Okay, I can handle the library being gone”
Searching Yggdrasil
Kids, animals, and women with attitude
Fullmetal Metaphysician
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