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Vol.3, No.1, 2011

Tables of content

1-2
Introduction to“Graphic Engagement:The Politics of Comics and Ani-
mation”
Derek Parker Royal
S. C. Gooch
Juan Meneses
3-14
“Later, Buddy”:The Politics of Loss and Trauma Representation in
Tengen Topper Gurren Lugunn
Vyshali Manivannan
15-24
“A Great Artist Can Come from Anywhere”:Globalization in the Pixar
Animated Feature
Walter C. Metz
25-39
Manger as Historical Medium:Depictions of Prince Shotoku’s Authorship
of the Sangyo-gisho in Japanese Comic Books
Mark Dennis
40-51
Queering the Family Album:the Re-orientation of Things in Alison
Bechdel’s Fun Home
Rebecca Scherr
52-60
Breaking Barriers:Moving Beyond Orientalism in Comics Studies
Leah Misemer
61-69
The Breakdown of Heroism in the 1970s:Miserable Men in Franco-Bel-
gian Western Comics
Kira Ackermann
70-80
Historical Narrative and the Misrepresentation of Wartime Labor Recruit-
ment in Kenkanryu
Erik Ropers
81-93
“This Living Hand”:Fantasies of Handwriting in the Comics of Kevin
Huizenga
Aaron Kashtan
94-106
Otaku Dreams:The Re-membering of Japan in Murakami Takashi’s
“Earth at My Window”
Jannik Haruo Eikenaar
107-117
The Politics of One Piece:Political Critique in Oda’ s Water Seven
Thomas Zoth
118-128
“True-To-Life”:Romance Comics and Teen-Age Desire,1947一1954
Jeanne Gardner
129-136
The Liberal Imagination Unlimited:On Joe Sacco’s The Fixer:A  Story
From Sarajevo
Daniel Morris
137-146
Perceiving Persepolis:Personal Narrative,Sense Memories,and Visual
Simplicity in Marjane Satrapi’s Animated Autobiography
Meghan Gilbride
147-156
Political Engagements:Thinking Inside the Frame
S. C. Gooch
Juan Meneses

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