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Plot:

In a society where mythical beings live alongside humans, one teacher is desperate to find out more about them. Takahashi-sensei attends college while teaching biology at Shibasaki High School and wants to write his thesis about these demi-humans. 444 more words

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Mari Okada: Modes of Melodrama (A Melodramatic Basis)

Mari Okada: Modes of Melodrama (A Melodramatic Basis)

This is the second part in a series of essays on Mari Okada and melodrama. If you stumbled upon this post, start at the… 1,548 more words

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Initial Review: Hourou Musuko

It isn’t often that I come upon a series about a sensitive topic and discusses it with total sincerity and elegance, and that is one of the many reasons why I enjoy  578 more words

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First Impressions: Hourou Musuko

Hourou Musuko, 3 episodes in, and I’m already loving it. It has the same feel (and artstyle) as Koi Kaze and Aoi Hana, two shows I appreciate a lot. 193 more words

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Entry #6: Hourou Musuko (SoA 2016)

I learned something watching this series. It’s probably not what you think, either. Those who are “in-the-know” are aware that Hourou Musuko is a serious and realistic representation of transgender kids growing up in an environment that isn’t too accepting of that sort of thing. 1,277 more words

Criticism

Hourou Musuko (Shimura Takako)

Title: 放浪息子; Hourou Musuko; Wandering Son

Mangaka: 志村貴子 Shimura Takako

Hourou Musuko is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Shimura Takako, a female mangaka known for the focus on LGBT issues in her various works. 1,289 more words

Hourou Musuko and DETERMINATION

I want to write a dissertation or a book on this story some time. Hourou Musuko is what made me fall in love with anime. Sure it isn’t typical or reflective of what most anime is like, but it did something that surprisingly a lot of other realistic slice-of-life anime and manga do to. 773 more words

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