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36. Analytics, Antagonism

It was suggested to me recently that it might be worth while, though I find it rather boring, to say a little something about the nuts and bolts of this blog, the book project I imposed upon it, despite its “limited” manga purview, and how my career as a scholar and on again off again academic has been affected by it, so instead of taking my usual week off before writing the next “intermissive” of [Comics] as Reading, I thought I might take this opportunity to note what has gone well, what has gone not so well, and what has genuinely surprised me over the past few years.

[Comics] as Reading – Chapter 2 – [Manga] pt. 3

PREVIOUS: [Manga] pt. 2 2. Periodic[al] Reading In the comments section to an earlier version of the argument[s] about to follow, Stewart, in response to my reading of a particular page from the July 31st, 1907 issue of Puck (above), gave what I presume to be a rather likely objection to the entire purview of […]

[C]aR – Chapter 2 – [Manga] pt. 1

PREVIOUS: Allen Say’s Drawing From Memory and Chapter 1 – Conclusion: What We Fail to Contemplate Contemplates Us Chapter 2 – [Manga] No one knows exactly when the first Japanese tried his or her hand at cartooning, or why, but it was probably with a playful, irrepressible spirit. Frederik L. Schodt, Manga! Manga! 1. [Manga] […]