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History of Hentai Manga - 
      Kimi Rito

History of Hentai Manga

While manga is now a well known entity in the global publishing scene, the medium's international success has its roots in the realm of eros. Japanese media critic Kimi Rito dives into the history of manga's erotic world a genre known internationally simply as - hentai. Les mer
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While manga is now a well known entity in the global publishing scene, the medium's international success has its roots in the realm of eros. Japanese media critic Kimi Rito dives into the history of manga's erotic world a genre known internationally simply as - hentai.

What are the origins of hentai? How has it evolved from the days of ukiyo-e to today's modern comics and animation. Who are the people making hentai? And who are the people reading these works? And what is the medium ultimately trying to express beyond sexuality? Rito looks at the content from a number of perspectives covering everything from the indie comics scene (doujinshi) to how hentai's symbolism has extended far beyond Japan and its comics industry.
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Forlag: Denpa Books
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781634422536
Format: 19 x 13 cm
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CHAPTER 1: The Evolution of the Expressions of Breasts
CHAPTER 2: The Spread of the Nipple Afterimage
CHAPTER 3: The Invention of the Tentacle
CHAPTER 4: The Evolution of the Cross-Section View
CHAPTER 5: The Genealogy of Ahegao
CHAPTER 6: The History of the Sound Effects
CHAPTER 7: The History of the Struggle of Policing and Amendments
CHAPTER 8: Foreign Transmission
CHAPTER 9: Other Expressions

APPENDIX
Media critic Kimi Rito is an award winning writer with a focus on comics and animation. A regular in Japan's manga criticism scene, Rito is best known for his research on the proliferation of erotic symbolism within science fiction and comics. His self-published work EroManga and SF was given the 24th Ankoku Seiun Award at the 2014 Japan Science Fiction Festival. A member of the Japan Society for Studies in Cartoons and Comics Rito has been a frequent guest at North American anime events such as AnimeExpo.