Monthly Archives: January 2009

Third Person Orientalism in Kuroshitsuji

The India Arc of Kuroshitsuji gives us a curious case in which the orientalism of the British Empire finds itself being played out by a non-Western storyteller. Continue reading

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The Modern Bystander: Third-Person Orientalism in Kuroshitsuji

The India Arc of Kuroshitsuji gives us a curious case in which the orientalism of the British Empire finds itself being played out by a non-Western storyteller. Continue reading

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Shikabane Hime: Aka Season Review

Normally, I’m not a huge fan of translated titles, but I like the word ‘corpse’, so I’m willing to roll with someone referring to this as ‘Corpse Princess’. Continue reading

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That’s Not Yuri: Maria-sama ga Miteru

Readying myself for the angry hordes. Continue reading

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Issues of Morality in Jigoku Shoujo

In which the moral issues surrounding damning someone to hell are examined, and I (briefly) talk about why I dislike Death Note despite enjoying the somewhat similar Jigoku Shoujo. Continue reading

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Shattered Angels License Rescue

THANK YOU GOD! Continue reading

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Fans in Ice

Baby, its cold outside. Continue reading

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