Female Protagonists in ShÃ´jo Manga: From the Rescuers to the Rescued
- White Wings and Black Wings: Ambiguous Dichotomy in Manga and Anime. Bryce, Mio // International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities;Jan2008, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p295
The deeply intertwined dichotomy of black/evilness and white/goodness continues to have profound influences on people's perspectives of others, often causing tangible and intangible pains to individuals and groups in many parts of the world. Because of the simplicity of the distinction such...
- Correction. // Publishers Weekly;3/28/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 13, p16
Presents a correction the news article "Outed: Manga Buyer's a Manga Author," that was previously published in the March 21, 2005 issue of "Publishers Weekly."
- CUBA HUNGER FORCE: WOMEN'S BODIES TO THE RESCUE. Tomé, Patricia // Petits Propos Culinaires;Oct2014, Issue 101, p87
A review of the article "The Hidden Havana" by Daina Chaviano, which appeared in the novel "Elhombre, la hembra y el hambre" in 1988, is presented.
- TOP TIPS FOR WRITERS. WOOD, EDEN CARTER; DIERICKX, ALENA // Diva;Aug2013, Issue 206, p29
The article offers tips for writers on how to create a great protagonist in writing including the use of photographs to visualise the character, to focus on the emotional core of the characters and to go beyond the physical descriptions, family and social status of the character.
- Bollywood's new bad boy. // South Asian Post;8/23/2012, p15
The article provides information on the accolades won by Indian actor Vidyut Jamwal for his work in Telugo films "Oosaravelli" and "Shakti" and is set to play a protagonist in his 2012 Hindi film.
- A postumous essay by Mario Zanardi SJ on Pietro Chiari "gesuita" (1731-1744). Russell, Camilla // Archivum Historicum Societatis Iesu;2016, Vol. 85 Issue 169, p5
An introduction to a postumous essay by Mario Zanardi on Pietro Chiari, the leading protagonists in the theatrical and literary world of eighteenth-century Venice, Italy is presented.
- Manga-ing up Shakespeare. // Multimedia Information & Technology;Aug2010, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p3
The article discusses the interactive whiteboard that is used in creating Manga characters.
- Shakespeare Goes Manga. // Scholastic Scope;5/12/2008, Vol. 56 Issue 17, p5
The article reports on the availability of manga editions of William Shakespeare's plays including "Romeo & Juliet," "Hamlet," "Macbeth," and "Julius Caesar."
- Manga fuels iPhone demand. // Asian Pacific Post;7/24/2008, p29
The article focuses on the growing popularity of Apple iPhone in Japan because of its ability to display Japanese manga.