Totes Adorbs ❤ Hurricane is ‘a euphoric spectacle amid pop-culture icons and idols’.
A reliance on visual elements to create the world of performance in Japan traces back hundreds of years through kabuki dance-drama. Two new shows keep that tradition alive.
A scene from the best-selling ‘Red: A Haida Manga,’ a revenge story.
Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas
The "Haida manga" by Indigenous artist Yahgulanaas opens a graphic dialogue between the different cultures of the Pacific Northwest and East Asia.
Taken from Persepolis.
1. Marjane Satrapi
Why this art form is rather more than just biff, bang pow.
Musubizm at J Pop Summit; a masterclass in cute.
youngelectricpop via Flickr
From Hello Kitty and 'Lolita' fashion to Pokemon Go, millions of adults are seeking an endless childhood.
Fanfiction: all it takes is to imagine a story beyond the canonical work.
Fanfiction is nebulous, confusing and often mocked. It's also explosively popular. So what is it?
Neo Tokyo – the setting of the popular anime film Akira – is about to explode.
In the wake of the atomic bombs, a number of Japanese animators would question mankind's relationship with technology.
Marzo: a tale of renewal and love. Photo: Wolfgang Silveri.
Melbourne International Arts Festival
The audience is given few clues before entering the world of Marzo, a dance work currently playing at this year’s Melbourne Festival. We know nothing about the time, the place, or the characters. The stage…