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Princess Jellyfish by Akiko Higashimura

Title Princess Jellyfish
Author Akiko Higashimura
Publisher Kodansha Comics
Release 2019-06-25
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9781632368522
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Tsukimi Kurashita has a strange fascination with jellyfish. She's loved them from a young age and has carried that love with her to her new life in the big city of Tokyo. There, she resides in Amamizukan, a safe-haven for girl geeks who regularly gush over a range of things from trains to Japanese dolls. However, a chance meeting at a pet shop has Tsukimi crossing paths with one of the things that the residents of Amamizukan have been desperately trying to avoid a fashionable socialite!

Princess Jellyfish 1 by Akiko Higashimura

Title Princess Jellyfish 1
Author Akiko Higashimura
Publisher
Release 2016-02-16
Category
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781632362285
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Two very different worlds collide in this hit manga series by Akiko Higashimura! Tsukimi Kurashita has a strange fascination with jellyfish. She's loved them from a young age and has carried that love with her to her new life in the big city of Tokyo. There, she resides in Amamizukan, a safe-haven for girl geeks - the last place she'd expect to meet a fashionable socialite! There's much more to this woman than her trendy clothes, though. Their odd encounter is only the beginning of a new and unexpected path for Tsukimi and her friends.

Princess Jellyfish by Akiko Higashimura

Title Princess Jellyfish
Author Akiko Higashimura
Publisher Kodansha Comics
Release 2017
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1682337626
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi’s jellyfish designs are slowly taking shape as a real clothing line. There’s no time to waste if the group wants to save Amamizukan and make a splash in the fashion world, and that means churning out new dresses—and fast! As if Tsukimi weren’t already overwhelmed, Shu makes it clear that he’s ready to make a romantic commitment to her. For a geek girl who’s never even had a boyfriend, these advances may be too much to handle. And Tsukimi isn’t the only one struggling—with his brother’s feelings out in the open, Kuranosuke must figure out how he fits into Tsukimi’s life.

Princess Jellyfish by Akiko Higashimura

Title Princess Jellyfish
Author Akiko Higashimura
Publisher Kodansha America LLC
Release 2018-06-05
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1642122610
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Seeing Fans by Lucy Bennett

Title Seeing Fans
Author Lucy Bennett
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release 2016-07-14
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 336
ISBN 1501318462
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Split into four sections, Seeing Fans analyzes the representations of fans in the mass media through a diverse range of perspectives. This collection opens with a preface by noted actor and fan Orlando Jones (Sleepy Hollow), whose recent work on fandom (appearing with Henry Jenkins at Comic Con and speaking at the Fan Studies Network symposium) bridges the worlds of academia and the media industry. Section one focuses on the representations of fans in documentaries and news reports and includes an interview with Roger Nygard, director of Trekkies and Trekkies 2. The second section then examines fictional representations of fans through analyses of television and film, featuring interviews with Emily Perkins of Supernatural, Robert Burnett, director of the film Free Enterprise, and Luminosity, a fan who has been interviewed in the New York Magazine for her exemplary work in fandom. Section three explores cultural perspectives on fan representations, and includes an interview with Laurent Malaquais, director of Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony. Lastly, the final section looks at global perspectives on the ways fans have been represented and finishes with an interview with Jeanie Finlay, director of the music documentary Sound it Out. The collection then closes with an afterword by fan studies scholar Professor Matt Hills.

Transported to Another World by Stephen Reysen

Title Transported to Another World
Author Stephen Reysen
Publisher Stephen Reysen
Release 2021-04-19
Category Psychology
Total Pages 455
ISBN 0997628812
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Anime/manga (Japanese animation and comics) have been increasing in popularity worldwide for decades. But despite being a global phenomenon, there’s been surprisingly little psychological research formally studying its devoted fanbase. In this book we aim to do just that with an overview of nearly a decade of research by fan psychologists. Otaku and cosplayers, genre preferences, hentai, parasocial connections, motivation, personality, fanship and fandom, stigma, and well-being – this book looks at all of these topics through a psychological lens. Many of these findings are being presented for the first time, without the jargon and messy statistical analyses, but in plain language so it’s accessible to all readers – fans and curious observers alike!

Manga by Shige (CJ) Suzuki

Title Manga
Author Shige (CJ) Suzuki
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2022-09-22
Category Art
Total Pages 281
ISBN 1350072370
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A wide-ranging introductory guide for readers making their first steps into the world of manga, this book helps readers explore the full range of Japanese comic styles, forms and traditions from its earliest texts to the internationally popular comics of the 21st century. In an accessible and easy-to-navigate format, the book covers: · The history of Japanese comics, from influences in early visual culture to the global 'Manga Boom' of the 1990s to the present · Case studies of texts reflecting the range of themes, genres, forms and creators, including Osamu Tezuka, Machiko Hasegawa and Katsuhiro Otomo · Key themes and contexts – from gender and sexuality, to history and censorship · Critical approaches to manga, including definitions, biography and reception and global publishing contexts The book includes a bibliography of essential critical writing on manga, discussion questions for classroom use and a glossary of key critical terms.

Tokyo Tarareba Girls 9 by Akiko Higashimura

Title Tokyo Tarareba Girls 9
Author Akiko Higashimura
Publisher Tokyo Tarareba Girls
Release 2019-10
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages
ISBN 9781632368577
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A sharp new comedy about female friendship from the creator of Princess Jellyfish! "I spent all my time wondering 'What if?' Then one day I woke up and I was 33." Rinko has hustled her whole life, but one day she wakes up and finds herself a writer of a cheap online soap opera with only two friends (with whom she goes drinking most nights). In a booze-fueled delusion, she swears to get married by the time the Tokyo Olympics roll around in 2020, but it's not going to be a straight line... and there won't be any fairy tale endings!

Title Run Away with Me Girl 2
Author Battan
Publisher Run Away with Me, Girl
Release 2022-12-13
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 0
ISBN 9781646516223
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A dramatic, funny, and painful romance manga between two women about how, sometimes, you need to run away in order to find where you truly belong. Perfect for fans of coming-out yuri like How Do We Relationship? and masters of adult drama like Akiko Higashimura (Princess Jellyfish) and Takako Shimura (Even Though We're Adults). Maki's first love was her high school classmate, a girl named Midori. But Midori broke up with Maki at graduation, saying they were now "too old to be fooling around dating girls." Ten years later, Maki still can't get Midori off her mind, and when the two women reconnect after a chance encounter, Maki realizes that while her feelings haven't changed, Midori's life has turned upside down--she's engaged and pregnant. But the more Maki hears Midori talk about her soon-to-be-husband, the more red flags she notices. Before Maki can stop herself, she asks Midori to run away with her. Will this impromptu escape be the key that leads the two women to a fuller understanding of themselves, and back into each other's arms?

Title Run Away with Me Girl 3
Author Battan
Publisher Run Away with Me, Girl
Release 2023-02-21
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 0
ISBN 9781646517183
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A dramatic, funny, and painful romance manga between two women about how, sometimes, you need to run away in order to find where you truly belong. Perfect for fans of coming-out yuri like How Do We Relationship? and masters of adult drama like Akiko Higashimura (Princess Jellyfish) and Takako Shimura (Even Though We're Adults). Maki's first love was her high school classmate, a girl named Midori. But Midori broke up with Maki at graduation, saying they were now "too old to be fooling around dating girls." Ten years later, Maki still can't get Midori off her mind, and when the two women reconnect after a chance encounter, Maki realizes that while her feelings haven't changed, Midori's life has turned upside down--she's engaged and pregnant. But the more Maki hears Midori talk about her soon-to-be-husband, the more red flags she notices. Before Maki can stop herself, she asks Midori to run away with her. Will this impromptu escape be the key that leads the two women to a fuller understanding of themselves, and back into each other's arms?

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