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Batman The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga Vol 3

Author : Jiro Kuwata
ISBN : 9781401266974
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Batman, as you've never seen him before! In 1966, writer and illustrator Jiro Kuwata became famous for introducing the Dark Knight to a brand new audience in Japan. Almost 50 years later, Kuwata's classic tales remain the quintessential Batmanga. In this new translated collection, English-speaking audiences will be able to explore these legendary stories for the first time, complete and unabridged! Collects BATMAN: THE JIRO KUWATA BATMANGA digital chapters 39-52
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga

Author : Jiro Kuwata
ISBN : 1401257569
Genre : COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS
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"Batman created by Bob Kane with Bill Finger."
Category: COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS

Law And Justice In Japanese Popular Culture

Author : Ashley Pearson
ISBN : 9781351470506
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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In a world of globalised media, Japanese popular culture has become a signifi cant fountainhead for images, narrative, artefacts, and identity. From Pikachu, to instantly identifi able manga memes, to the darkness of adult anime, and the hyper- consumerism of product tie- ins, Japan has bequeathed to a globalised world a rich variety of ways to imagine, communicate, and interrogate tradition and change, the self, and the technological future. Within these foci, questions of law have often not been far from the surface: the crime and justice of Astro Boy; the property and contract of Pokémon; the ecological justice of Nausicaä; Shinto’s focus on order and balance; and the anxieties of origins in J- horror. This volume brings together a range of global scholars to refl ect on and critically engage with the place of law and justice in Japan’s popular cultural legacy. It explores not only the global impact of this legacy, but what the images, games, narratives, and artefacts that comprise it reveal about law, humanity, justice, and authority in the twenty-first century.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Batman The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga

Author : James Harvey
ISBN : 1401266975
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Batman, as you've never seen him before! In 1966, writer and illustrator Jiro Kuwata became famous for introducing the Dark Knight to a brand new audience in Japan. Almost 50 years later, Kuwata's classic tales remain the quintessential Batmanga. In this new translated collection, English-speaking audiences will be able to explore these legendary stories for the first time, complete and unabridged! Collects BATMAN: THE JIRO KUWATA BATMANGA digital chapters #39-52.
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Batman The Jiro Kuwata Batmanga Vol 1

Author : Jiro Kuwata
ISBN : 9781401255800
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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At the height the 1960's Batman television shows popularity, a shonen manga magazine in Japan serialized fifty-three chapters, starring The Dark Knight, which were all written by Jiro Kuwata. These rare Batman tales were known by relatively few outside of Japan until award-winning designer Chipp Kidd's 2008 book, Bat-Manga!: The Secret History of Batman in Japan (Pantheon Books), introduced them to a whole new generation of Batman fans. In BATMAN: THE JIRO KUWATA BATMANGA VOL. 1, see The Dark Knight and his sidekick Robin fight against some of his strangest villains, including Dr. Faceless and the Human Ball! DC Comics is proud to publish the complete Jiro Kuwata penned Batman Manga adventures in three painstakingly restored and translated volumes. This collection is not to be missed by both Batman and Manga fans alike! BATMAN: THE JIRO KUWATA BATMANGA VOL. 1 collects the first nineteen chapters.
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Batman

Author : Jiro Kuwata
ISBN : 1401255809
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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At the height the 1960's Batman television shows popularity, a shonen manga magazine in Japan serialized fifty-three chapters, starring The Dark Knight, which were all written by Jiro Kuwata. These rare Batman tales were known by relatively few outside of Japan until award-winning designer Chipp Kidd's 2008 book, Bat-Manga!: The Secret History of Batman in Japan (Pantheon Books), introduced them to a whole new generation of Batman fans. In BATMAN: THE JIRO KUWATA BATMANGA VOL. 1, see The Dark Knight and his sidekick Robin fight against some of his strangest villains, including Dr. Faceless and the Human Ball! DC Comics is proud to publish the complete Jiro Kuwata penned Batman Manga adventures in three painstakingly restored and translated volumes. This collection is not to be missed by both Batman and Manga fans alike! BATMAN: THE JIRO KUWATA BATMANGA VOL. 1 collects the first nineteen chapters.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Manga And The Representation Of Japanese History

Author : Roman Rosenbaum
ISBN : 9780415694230
Genre : Art
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"This edited collection explores how graphic art and in particular Japanese manga represent Japanese history. The articles explore the representation of history in manga from disciplines that include such diverse fields as literary studies, politics, history, cultural studies, linguistics, narratology, and semiotics. Despite this diversity of approaches all academics from these respective fields of study agree that manga pose a peculiarly contemporary appeal that transcends the limitation imposed by traditional approaches to the study and teaching of history. The representation of history via manga in Japan has a long and controversial historiographical dimension. Thereby manga and by extension graphic art in Japanese culture has become one of the world's most powerful modes of expressing contemporary historical verisimilitude. The strategy of combining the narrative elements of writing with graphic art, the extensive narrative story-manga and its Western equivalent of the graphic novel, reflects the relatively new soft power of 'global' media, which have the potential to display history in previously unimagined ways. Boundaries of space and time in manga become as permeable as societies and cultures across the world. Each of the articles in this book investigates the authorship of history by looking at various different attempts to render Japanese history through the popular cultural media of the story-manga. As Carol Gluck, Tessa Morris-Suzuki, Susan Napier and others have shown, it has never been easyto encapsulate the complex narrative of emperor-based cyclical Japanese historical periods. The contributors to this volume elaborate how manga and by extension graphic art rewrites, reinvents and re-imagines the historicity and dialectic of bygone epochs in postwar/contemporary Japan. "--
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