What should a university-level course about manga and anime culture cover as part of its curriculum?
How did "other world" or "isekai" stories gain so much popularity and where do they have their roots?
Are there any anime/manga that have caused outrage to the point of them being banned in any culture?
Before the era of Naruto, One Piece and Bleach being published simultaneously, was there ever another well-defined "Holy Trinity" of Manga?
Why are most mainstream comic books about superheroes while mainstream manga covers multiple genres?
Is there a complete physical archive of Weekly Shounen Jump (or Shounen Sunday or Shounen Magazine)?
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