Does anime fall victim to White supremacy?

They came, they draw, they conquered.

Japanese animation, today known as anime (McKevitt, 2010), continues captivating people around the globe. This is evidenced by the anime industry’s $19.8 billion earned in 2017, driven largely by demand from overseas. Much of the appeal for this animation style comes from its ability to weave together imagery from Japanese culture, from differing…

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