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Schoolgirl Milky Crisis : Adventures in the Anime and Manga Trade - Jonathan Clements

Schoolgirl Milky Crisis

Adventures in the Anime and Manga Trade

By: Jonathan Clements

Paperback | 5 February 2009

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British writer Clements (The Anime Encyclopedia) has done just about everything in the anime and manga industries, and in sushi-size essays he's happy to tell you about it: voice acting, dub directing, translating, writing, and interviewing manga and anime "greats" like Mamoru Oshii and Hayao Miyazaki. This often humorous collection includes nearly 20 years of Clements's columns in Newtype USA, Manga Max, and elsewhere as well as many more short pieces. Who knew that Japanese marketers of Ratatouille had to put starring rat Remy in a chef's hat to sidestep rodent phobia? The completely bogus title Schoolgirl Milky Crisis was coined as a stand-in for real titles in stories where anonymity was the wiser policy. With a wealth of insider buzz about all things Japanese and more than you ever thought to ask about (let alone know someone to ask), this book is great fun indeedincluding the index. A required purchase for all libraries serving otaku patrons. With some content about erotica; for older teens and up.S.R. Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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"Impressive, exhaustive, labyrinthine, and obsessive - The Anime Encyclopedia is an astonishing piece of work." - Neil Gaiman"

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