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Tag Archives: Manga
Back in the summer of 2006, right at the cusp of my growing anime interest—which is a fun tale in and of itself—I chanced upon Last Exile. The anime impressed. It soared at a scale above many of its peers. … Continue reading
by AJtheFourth. Regardless of what one decides to wear, and regardless of whether one is actively aware of it or not, one projects an image to those who see them. Without ever speaking, one’s clothing informs passersby of one’s personality, … Continue reading
The above spread caught my attention. How terrifying! How grotesque! How… curious! The apparent cannibalistic giants devour helpless humans in a terrific scene of violence and ugliness. These are typical of Shingeki no Kyojin.
by Aelysium. “Cyborg imagery can suggest a way out of the maze of dualisms in which we have explained our bodies” – Donna Haraway [A Cyborg Manifesto] After re-watching Ghost in the Shell (GiTS), I started considering femininity in sci-fi. … Continue reading