Analysis of Kaguya-sama: Love is War’s romance through the lens of its class discourse.
A response to a very good comment on our article about moe and feminism: what does political commentary do, anyway?
Exploring the politics of moe anime, and why feminist criticism can’t reject the genre if it wants to be of any consequence.
Review of Iroduku ~The World in Colors~, in which we explore the theme of artistry and its meaning for the show’s youth story.
A reflection on “cute girls doing cute things” anime, and what the categorization really means in the face of the shows’ political content.
An introduction to Vox Artes and our project for a different kind of anime criticism.