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And it's not due to serious delay on *my* part this time. :) I'm two columns ahead right now! XD

Mechademia and Beyond, concerning the attention that the academic world is starting to show anime and manga nowadays.


Dec. 21st, 2006 07:07 pm
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Tpop's gotten around to posting my next column, comparing the three manga versions of Train Man available in English right now to see how different mangaka approach the same material.
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It seems that Tpop put my enxt column up earlier than I expected it: on manhua, Chinese comics, with a focus on Hong Kong, mostly because just about the only English-language reference available is Hong Kong Comics: A History of Manhua. Those of you on my f-list with a greater knowledge of manhua in the original are highly encouraged to talk to me about them. :)
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While I was off on a ship, Tpop posted my column reviewing Mangaka America (they asked me to review it), and this week they've posted part 2 of my self-publishing rant. :) (Part 1 seems to have gotten a lot of comments since the last time I looked. XD)
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My next Tpop column, squeeing about Minekua and Saiyuki, is up.

Tpop column

Oct. 9th, 2006 12:47 pm
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Part 2 of my look at doujinshi is up on Tpop now - this time looking at the legalities.

Tpop column

Oct. 3rd, 2006 07:19 pm
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My next Tpop column, part 1 of a two-part look at doujinshi, is up.


Sep. 20th, 2006 01:55 pm
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My next Tpop column is up - on Osamu Tezuka, since I'd mentioned him a couple of times already and realized there were probably lots of people who didn't know much about him or why he's so influential.


Sep. 17th, 2006 08:50 pm
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I am reconsidering my assessment of my toe as non-broken: much of the general swelling has gone down, leaving a nice big lump right at the impact point, and it's actually starting to hurt a bit when I bend it, and throb a little when I'm just sitting there not doing anything. Again, not that it changes anything other than allowing me to whine a lot online and at my mother.

No picture, because my digital camera inexplicably reboots Windows when I disconnect it, whether I disconnect it properly using the Add/Remove Hardware, or improperly by turning it off, and as I'm not wanting to take the time for it to reboot at the moment, I'm not using the camera. (The iPod doesn't do that, however.)

Yeah, ok, I'm really posting because I'm in the midst of writng a Tpop column (on Osamu Tezuka, this time) and am finding all sorts of ways to distract myself. But my toe still might be broken.
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For those who don't go to TpopSpace (and I can't imagine why not), my next column, part 2 of collaboration, is up.

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