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Wandering Son (Hourou Musuko)

I’ll get this out of the way first: I do think Wandering Son is a good show. It’s well-crafted, both in its visuals and its writing, and everything fits together in a way that’s superior to most anime. 812 more words

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Manga Review: "Wandering Son" Volume Seven

Wandering Son Volume Seven is a manga by Shimura Takako, and it was published in North America by Fantagraphics Books in 2014. I don’t see a rating listed anywhere on this volume, but I would personally recommend… 842 more words

Manga

Cross-Dressing in Anime and Manga

By: Leah Zoller and Kathryn Hemmann

[A version of this series was originally given as the panel “Cross-Dressing for Fun and Profit” at Sakura-Con… 1,118 more words

Comics

The importance of Hourou Musuko

Is your heart always faithful there? […]
If you knew the true me,
would you still smile like that?
[…] You can stay the way you are.

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Anime

Cross-Dressing in Anime and Manga

This past April, the ever-amazing Leah of The Lobster Dance and I gave a panel on cross-dressing in anime and manga at Sakura-Con in Seattle. Because we had an enormous turnout and not enough time to say everything we wanted to say, we decided to expand our talk and post it online. 1,022 more words

Manga

Hourou Musuko Review

Representation in anime is so narrow, yet it attracts such a wide and varied audience. This is a paradox that can only be explained by the wide range of emotions anime explores which nearly everybody is familiar with. 476 more words

Anime