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Traditional Monster Imagery in Manga, Anime and Japanese Cinema

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<i>Traditional Monster Imagery in Manga, Anime and Japanese Cinema</i> builds on the earlier volume <i>Anime and its Roots in Early Japanese Monster Art</i>, that aimed to position contemporary Japanese animation within a wider art historical context by tracing the development of monster representations in Edo- and Meiji-period art works and post-war visual media. While the previous volume concentrated on modern media representations, this work focuses on how Western art historical concepts and methodology might be adapted when considering non-Western works, introducing traditional monster art in more detail, while also maintaining its links to post-war animation, sequential art and Japanese cinema. The book aims at a general readership interested in Japanese art and media as well as graduate students who might be searching for a research model within the fields of Animation Studies, Media Studies or Visual Communication Design.

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