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Articles in newspapers and general magazines, transcripts of radio and television programs.
Arrangement is alphabetical by publication title, then by author last name

[source] [author] [title/date] Mark Bloch Go West, Speed Racer, Go: Japan's Anime Earns U.S. Fans (April 15, 1998)
Joe Feese Angry Anime Fans: USA Today Article Ignites a Web Controversy (December 23, 1997)
Jon Herskowitz Anime's Dark Side (April 17, 1998)
The Age
(Melbourne, Australia)
Shane Green It may be off the boil, but suddenly, Japan is the coolest of the cool (December 30, 2003)
Agence France-Presse [uncredited] Kim Jong-Il, unlikely hero of hit manga cartoon book in Japan (September 19, 2003)
Amarillo Globe-News Sara Sepulveda
Edward M. Eveld
Move over Pokemon, Yugi in town (November 2, 2002)
Sara Sepulveda The many forms of anime (January 8, 2003) uncredited Peruvian teenagers 'possessed' by Japanese TV cartoon (November 4, 2002)
Anchorage Daily News Lia Rudolph [currently unavailable]
Anime-ted: Quirky Japanese fantasy tales captivate Americans
Arizona Daily Wildcat
(University of Arizona)
Lindsay Utz Hey kids, go away: The Japanese animation art of animé has inspired a subculture of devotees from Tokyo to Tucson. What is all the fuss about? (October 15, 2002)
Artforum Philip Nobel Annlee: Sign of the Times (Volume 41, Number 5/January 2003) Jose Manuel Tesoro
  • Asia Says Japan is Top of the Pops: Japanese Cartoon Characters Try to Take Over the World (January 5, 1996)
  • A Comical Situation: South Koreans' addiction to Japanese comics
  • Asia Pacific Arts Bobby Okinaka Hollywood Heads East: the Business of Japanese Animation and Comics
    (October 10, 2003)
    Associated Press Anthony Breznican Toys transform into nostalgia (April 25, 2002)
    Joseph Coleman Comics A High Art In Japan: But some critics fear it's leading youth to ruin (July 29, 1997)
    Melissa Eddy [currently unavailable]
    Japanese Manga Comics Gaining Fame
    Yuri Kageyama
  • Japanese Animation Catching on in U.S. (December 9, 2004)
  • Japan Comic Highlights Currency Fears (March 18, 2004)
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Steve Murray [currently unavailable]
    Animé invasion: Cartoon Network will expand Asian animation lineup
    The Aztec Press
    (Pima Community College)
    Tess Martinez More than a cartoon, Japanese animation is a reflection of the culture (Volume 46, Issue 11/December 6, 2001 - January 16, 2002)
    Baltimore City Paper Josephine Yun Destroy All Rock Stars: Surprise! Japanese Rock Goes Over the Top (August 7 - August 13, 2002)
    BBC News Sarah Buckley Japan's madness for manga (December 18, 2003)
    Jonathan Head Manga's world of make-believe (March 20, 2004)
    Emma Jane Kirby Heidi draws pilgrims from Japan (September 25, 2001)
    Chloe Weltman Japanese hit cartoon gets US release (April 19, 2002)
    Carolyne Wyatt Asterix under attack from Japan (March 22, 2004)
  • Japanese manga ruled obscene (January 13, 2004)
  • Cartoon fans sue over DVD (December 5, 2002)
  • Blimp Film Magazine Krystian Woznicki Towards a Cartography of Japanese Anime: Anno Hideaki's "Evangelion" (Number 36)
    The Boston Globe
    Jeff Gilbride [currently unavailable]
    Character studies: The truly obsessed watch and wear anime
    Meredith Goldstein Members of MIT club share an anime attraction (December 1, 2004)
    Vanessa E. Jones
  • Girl power: Young women are driving one of the hottest trends in pop culture: Japanese comics (July 28, 2004)
  • Waiting For "Mononoke": MIT Club Hopes 1997 Film Will Open More Doors to Japanese Animation (October 24, 1999)
  • Eddie Medina Anime brings new style to classic genres (April 27, 2003)
    Betsy Sherman Painting With Words: Writer Neil Gaiman Got the Scripting Call (October 24, 1999)
    The Brown Daily Herald Sarah Farkas [currently unavailable]
    Anime that requires an ID: Thayer Street's Anime Crash will host a festival of anime films with adult content this Saturday
    Business 2.0 Andrew Raskin Lost in Translation: Manga comic books are a $4.5 billion business in Japan. Now they're coming to the U.S. - with a few modifications (November 2002)
    Columbia Chronicle
    (Columbia College)
    Matthew Jaster Anime thrives as action films falter
    Busted Newsletter
    Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
  • Trouble in Texas: Case Update (May 2000)
  • Police Take Aim At Anime "Menace" (February 2000)
  • Pokemon Religious Zealot Casts First Stone, Local Paper Lobs Second, Third (February 2000)
  • Poke-Mom Vows Revenge: Retailer Arrested (February 2000)
  • Toys "R" Us Tosses Dragon Ball Z (February 2000)
  • Chicago Sun-Times Misha Davenport Anime magnetism (January 14, 2005)
    The Christian Science Monitor Nicole Gaouette Get Your Manga Here: An Ancient Japanese Art Form - Book-Length Comic Strips - is Catching on in the U.S. (January 8, 1999)
    Ilene R. Prusher Dilbert With an Attitude: Japan's New Salaryman (October 16, 2000)
    The Cincinnati Enquirer Marilyn Bauer Anime tribute show particularly Japanese: Dark and sexist images reflect post-WWII themes (January 27, 2002)
    The Cluster
    (Mercer University)
    David Arroyo Schoolgirl samurai and robotic transvestite assassins: Making sense of that Anime thing (Volume 84, Issue 1/August 29, 2001)
    CNET John Borland Anxious times in the cartoon underground
    (February 1, 2005) Bill Tush Japanese "Anime" Animation Making the Rounds in the U.S. (August 26, 1996)
    Elsa Klensch Japanese Comics Inspire Hair Designs (February 24, 1996)
    Kristie Lu Stout Otaku: Japan's gadget geeks dictate tech future (July 13, 2001)
    Uncredited Japanese Can't Get Enough of Doraemon: Comic Strip Character a Hit at the Post Office (May 2, 1997)
    The Daily Athenaeum
    (West Virginia University)
    Paul Sebert
  • Haruka and Michiru "come out" on video and DVD (February 26, 2001)
  • Essential Anime comes to DVD (January 18, 2001)
  • Kissing cousins may bring controversy: Cartoon Network juggles controversial topics contained in the "Sailor Moon S" series (June 28, 2000)
  • The Daily Collegian
    (Pennsylvania State University)
    Gary Koltookian Anime Rising: The popularity of Japanese animation extends beyond the far East
    Daily Hampshire Gazette Katherine Lenard [currently unavailable]
    Academy devotes Saturday to anime
    Siobhan Skye Rohde [currently unavailable]
    Ample appeal of anime at ARHS
    The Daily Orange
    (Syracuse University)
    Michael Longo A Fighting Change: Controversy accompanies the rising popularity of Japanese Animation in U.S. markets (February 26, 2001)
    The Daily Telegraph Colin Joyce Why anime is being spirited away (December 31, 2004)
    Daily Times
    (Lahore, Pakistan)
    [uncredited] Japan's madness for manga (September 21, 2003)
    The Daily Yomiuri Asami Nagai [currently unavailable]
    Manga influence pervades Europe, North America
    Naomi Tajitsu [currently unavailable]
    Happy birthday, robot boy
    The Dallas Morning News [uncredited] Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Game (August 22, 2002)
    Dallas Observer Jimmy Fowler International Incident: Dragonball Z is the Cartoon Network's top-rated show, thanks to a Fort Worth-based company that's unleashing a controversial American version of this Japanese hit (January 20, 2000)
    Des Moines Register Dawn Sagario Convention draws growing crowd of anime fans (August 26, 2001)
    Detroit Free Press Terry Lawson What is anime? (October 31, 1999)
    Financial Times Jo Johnson Asterix and the marauding manga-maniacs (February 3, 2004)
    Foreign Policy Douglas McGray Japan's Gross National Cool (Issue 130, May/June 2002)
    Fortune Small Business Julia Boorstin Small & Global: License for Adventure - Tokyopop, Los Angeles
    (Volume 14, Number 5/June 2004)
    The Freedom Forum Online Philip Taylor Dallas prosecutors drop second obscenity charge against comic store clerk. (December 12, 2000)
    The Free Lance-Star Terry L. Norton Studio Ironcat has international following (August 31, 2003)
    The Globe and Mail J.D. Considine Manga mania comes to the West (July 17, 2003)
    Robert Everett-Green Schoolgirls to the Rescue: Anime (August 10, 1996)
    Emru Townsend Anime Breaks Through (November 20, 1999)
    Steve Weatherbe The Dark Side of Japanese Pop Culture (April 19, 1997)
    The Guardian Andrew Pulver Manga tout: Daft Punk grew up on it, the men behind The Matrix are obsessed by it - the allure of anime (May 21, 2003)
    The Guide Mark McHarry Yaoi: Redrawing Male Love (November 2003)
    Hollywood Reporter Kevin Cassidy Manga Mania: Watch out Spider-Man - the next generation of comic book bluckbuster could come from the world of Japanese comics (July 15, 2003)
    The Honolulu Star-Bulletin Burl Burlingame Latest trend draws on Japan anime (October 27, 2000)
    Houston Business Journal Jenna Colley Anime instinct paying off for visionary firm (January 9, 2004)
    The Houston Press Melissa Hung
  • Tooned into Anime (August 2, 2001)
  • In Highest Praise: Anime films have become so successfull that fans like Bobby Beaver now make parodies of them (August 2, 2001)
  • Internet Wire Pauline Austin Anime - Darker Than Disney - Captivates American Youth (December 20, 1999)
    J@pan Inc Debbi Gardiner Anime in America (Issue 39, January 2003)
    Leo Lewis Anime Attacks: As Disney dithers, Toei takes on the world (Number 54, April 2004)
    The Japan Times Eric Prideaux Dojinshi: By the people, for the people (March 23, 2003)
    Mark Schilling Comic culture is serious business (March 23, 2003)
    Japan Today uncredited Japan pop culture can unify Asia (March 5, 2003)
    The Kansas City Star Alice Thorson
    Brian McTavish
    Adventures in Anime: Japanese animation draws them in at Des Moines art exhibit (March 31, 2001)
    The Korea Herald Kim Jin Korea-Japan anime duel heating up (May 7, 2003)
    The Lantern
    (Ohio State University)
    Whitney Spaner Anime gateway to Japanese culture (October 10, 2002)
    Las Vegas Review-Journal K. C. Howard University course focuses on animation: Anime serves as window into Japanese culture, professor says
    (June 14, 2004)
    Las Vegas Sun Erik Leake Manga bridges U.S., Japan cultural gap: Popular cartoon art is not just kid stuff
    (November 13-14, 2004)
    LA Weekly Rika Ohara Mighty Tezuka!: The God of Manga (January 4-10, 2002)
    Long Beach Press-Telegram Don Jergler Fantastic world of anime coming from L.B. (January 9, 2005)
    The Los Angeles Daily News David Bloom Welcome to the magical world of Japanese animation (November 5, 1999)
    Los Angeles New Times Elana Roston [currently unavailable]
    Junko Drawer: Junko Mizuno Signs Cinderalla
    The Los Angeles Times Robert Burns [currently unavailable]
    Made of metal, but all heart
    Susan Carpenter Comics that draw girls: American tweens are snapping up shojo manga, a concept born in Japan and available at a mall near you (February 3, 2005)
    P.J. Huffstutter X-Rated Fantasies in a Cartoon Genre: Japan's hentai films, with doe-eyed characters and bizarre sexuality, find a U.S. market (June 13, 2002)
    Colin Joyce The Hard Realities of Make-Believe (March 24, 2004)
    Charles Solomon
  • Just a Shy Guy Out to Save Earth - While Dodging Space Babes (December 11, 2000)
  • The "Eagle" Has Landed: Cartoon Swoops Down on U.S. Politics (October 23, 2000)
  • [currently unavailable]
    A Temporary Town Opens Up in Long Beach
  • Mainstream call of anime (July 1, 2002)
  • [currently unavailable]
    Ace animator gets free rein on 'Reign'
  • Bruce Wallace Anime: not just cartoon conflict: Japan's Hayao Miyazaki and Mamoru Oshii wage a stylistic battle U.S. studios can't understand or ignore (February 20, 2005)
    The Mercury News
    (San Jose, CA)
    Dana Hull Animation import captivates teens: thanks to Internet, Japanese films, TV series take on life of their own (April 26, 2002) Mike Brunker 'Toon porn' pushes erotic envelope online: Adult animation booming on Web, spreading to mainstream media
    (October 19, 2004)
    The National Post Sean Silkoff Nelvana, Hasbro play for US$1B toy auction (June 13, 2001)
    National Public Radio Susan Stone Japan's Comic Book Export: 'Shonen Jump' Appeals to U.S. Kids Raised on Pokemon (January 9, 2003)
    Joyce Brabner The Tao of Yaoi: Anime culture gives pre-teens a world to explore (February 21, 2001) Fiona Ng Drawn to It: Boy-on-boy yaoi comics find an unlikely audience: women
    (November 24, 2004)
    Adam Rogers Demon Hunters, Cyborgs, and Babes: Warped Women in Japanese Animation (October 26, 1997)
    (WEWS-TV: Cleveland, OH)
    Ted Hart [currently unavailable]
    Are Your Kids Watching Cartoon Sex?: Animated Videos Aren't Necessarily For Children
    Newsweek Dana Lewis Night of the Otaku: or Can Anime Conquer the World?!!!! (July 1997)
    Hideko Takayama Going Crazy for 'Go': In Japan, an ancient board game is displacing Nintendo and making kids think their grandfathers are cool (July 24, 2002)
    New York Daily News Paul D. Colford Boom time for manga books (April 30, 2004)
    New York Post Keith J. Kelly Japanese Comic to Launch in the U.S. (June 10, 2002)
    Jessica Tisch [currently unavailable]
    Yu-Gi-Oh Could Trump Pokemon
    Joslyn Yang [currently unavailable]
    Anime Action!
    New York Press Christopher Lord They Have Your Children (May 8, 2003)
    The New York Times James Brooke A Wizard of Animation Has Japan Under His Spell (January 3, 2002)
    J.D. Considine
  • Making Anime a Little Safer for Americans (January 20, 2002)
  • A Hamster With a Mission: To Make Billions, Gently (July 28, 2002)
  • George Gene Gustines Girl Power Fuels Manga Boom in U.S. (December 28, 2004)
    Ken Johnson Sinister Aspects of Japanese Animation (August 24, 2001)
    Dave Kehr
  • Anime, Japanese Cinema's Second Golden Age (January 20, 2002)
  • New Contender for the Anime Throne (January 11, 2004)
  • Janet Maslin "Princess Mononoke": Waging a Mythic Battle to Preserve an Ancient Forest (September 27, 1999)
    Jesse McKinley Anime Fans Gather, Loudly and Proudly Obsessed (September 3, 2002)
    Andrew Pollack Japan's Newest Heartthrobs Are Sexy, Talented and Virtual (November 25, 1996)
    Jim Rutenberg Violence Finds a Niche in Children's Cartoons (January 28, 2001)
    Margaret Talbot Pokemon Hegemon (December 15, 2002)
    OutSmart Magazine
    (Houston, TX)
    Dylan Otto Krider Sleeping with the Anime (November 2001)
    The Pantagraph
    (Bloomington, IL)
    Rebecca Loda The art of anime: these are not your typical cartoons (August 1, 2002)
    The Plain Dealer
    (Cleveland, OH)
    John Petkovic Anime fans to show off its many faces (January 25, 2001)
    Portland Press Herald Victoria Gannon Anime shop a place to learn, lounge (January 14, 2005)
    The Post (Ohio University) Lisa Laufik Section 9 focuses on anime
    (January 25, 2001)
    Publishers Weekly Calvin Reid Asian Comics Delight U.S. Readers (December 23, 2002)
    uncredited Got Teen Readers? Manga Does (January 6, 2003)
    RealTime Philip Brophy Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Tyranny of the English Voice in Anime (Issue 31, June/July 1999)
    Juanita Kwok Animation Evolution - Japanime (Issue 40, December 2000/January 2001)
    Red Herring Magazine Lawrence Lessig Copy cats and robotic dogs: What lawyers can learn from comic books (January 10, 2003)
    Reuters John Herzkowitz Outraged Japanese Mothers Demand Cartoon Controls (December 18, 1997)
    [uncredited] 'Rape of Nanjing' comic draws ire (October 14, 2004) Jay-Anne Kasuga Anime Invasion: Richmond to host second annual Anime Mid-Atlantic (June 12, 2002)
    The Richmond Times-Dispatch Atima Omara-Alwala Anime Convention Attracts Hundreds: Japanese animation is popular in the US (June 19, 2002)
    St. Petersburg Times Leonora LaPeter Anime-niacs: This weekend, anime devotees convene in Tampa. Some dressed to the industry nines. (July 18, 2003)
    Jeffrey S. Solochek Right hobby, right time: A fan of Japanese animation created a multimillion-dollar business that is one of the nation's top online retailers
    (November 5, 2004)
    San Francisco Chronicle Mark Morford Cartoons To Ignite Your Id: Can animated gems like "Spirited Away save the ravaged American imagination? (May 7, 2003)
    Jeff Yang Manga Nation: No longer an obscure art form, Japanese comics are becoming as American as apuru pai (June 14, 2004)
    The Seattle Times Lisa Heyamoto Seattle sisters teach others the Japanese style of cartooning
    (July 25, 2004)
    Mark Rahner 'Dragon Ball Z' coming to town (March 30, 2001)
    Tan Vinh Anime's allure goes academic (February 21, 2001)
    Slate Seth Stevenson Tokyo on One Cliché a Day: Japan Cliché No. 2: Manga (October 14, 2003)
    The Star Press Colleen Steffen Animated about anime (January 10, 2004)
    The Star Tribune
    (Minneapolis, MN)
    Colin Covert Animation grows up: Festival shows how Japan's anime embraces adult themes (April 26, 2002)
    The Sunday Tasmanian Nina Hallett New Cult Cartoon: Japanese Show Set to Shock and Enthrall (December 27, 1998)
    The Sunday Times A. A. Gill Mad in Japan (September 9, 2001)
    Surface and Symbol Alex Leitch Cute 'n' fuzzy seizure monsters and cultural barriers
    Technology Review Henry Jenkins When Piracy Becomes Promotion: The underground subtitling and circulation of Japanese anime helped to open the American market to Asian cultural exports
    (August 10, 2004)
    Time Magazine Andrew D. Arnold
  • Two New Comix for Kids: a pair of Japanese imports (April 23, 2002)
  • Drawing In the Gals: The explosion in Japanese comics for girls (February 9, 2004)
  • Richard Corliss Amazing Anime (Volume 154, Number 21/November 22, 1999)
    Lisa Takeuchi Cullen Crounching Lizard: Step aside, Pikachu. The "King of Games" has stolen your crown in Japan and is poised to conquer America (Volume 157, Number 22/June 4, 2001)
    Jim Frederick What's Right With Japan: Gross National Cool (Volume 162, Number 5/August 11, 2003)
    Yuki Oda Redrawing Rules: Koji Yamamura is a lone wolf in the world of assembly-line animation (Volume 162, Number 5/August 11, 2003)
    Toronto Star Peter Goddard Saving anime for the adults: to serious fans, this Japanese animation form is no kids' stuff (August 24, 2002)
    Trends in Japan [uncredited] The "Japanimation" Phenomenon (March 6, 2003)
    USA Today Jefferson Graham
    Tim Friend
    U.S. Kids Safe From Cartoon Seizures? (December 8, 1997)
    Andy Seiler 'Astro Boy' zooms back with a movie, DVD (January 16, 2002)
    Christopher Theokas Can 'Cowboy' lasso audience? (April 29, 2003)
    Susan Wloszczyna
  • Disney hopes Japanese 'toon casts US spell (September 17, 2002)
  • Animation virtuoso makes sweet 'toons with Disney (September 17, 2002)
  • The Washington Post Anthony Faiola
  • We're Playing Their Toons: Japanese Anime Moves Out of the Fringe and Onto the Red Carpet (December 6, 2004)
  • Japan's Culture of Cool: Country's Culture Becomes Its Biggest Export (December 27, 2003)
  • Marianne Meyer Life Imitates Animation at Tysons Gathering (October 24, 2002)
    Sachiko Sakamaki Manga Mania: Japanese Cartoonists Eye America (September 2, 2002)
    Hank Stuever What Would Godzilla Say?: At the Japanese Animation Festival, a Brave New World of Hot Pink and Cool Kids (February 14, 2000)
    The Washington Times Joseph Szadkowski Comics for girls may save biz (January 14, 2005)
    West Magazine
    (The West Australian)
    David M. Walker Orient Expressive: Forget Bugs Bunny - take a look at Neon Genesis Evangelion (1999)
    Wired News Randy Dotinga Eyes Wide Open Over Anime Piracy (July 27, 2004)
    Wired Magazine Charles Graeber Go, Skid Racer, Go! (Issue 11.10, October 2003)
    Andrew Leonard Heads Up, Mickey: Anime may be Japan's first big cultural export (Issue 3.04, April 1995)
    Karl Taro Greenfeld The Incredibly Strange Mutant Creatures who Rule the Universe of Alienated Japanese Zombie Computer Nerds (Issue 1.01, March/April 1993)

    Translations of articles originally published in languages other than English

    [author] [source] [title/date]
    Argumenty i Fakty Galina Sheikina Anime Expansion (Issue 11, 2001)
    Playboy Russia Stanislav F. Rostotskiy Mangamania (date of publication unknown)