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Genshiken 23: Space Channel 2: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture

By Kio, Shimoku

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Title: Genshiken 23: Space Channel 2: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture  
Author: Kio, Shimoku
Volume: Vol. 23
Language: English
Subject: Comics, Comedy, Slice of Life
Collections: Graphic Novel Collections
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Description: It is the spring of freshman year, and Kanji Sasahara is in a quandary. Should he fulfill his long-cherished dream of joining an otaku club? Saki Kasukabe also faces a dilemma. Can she ever turn her boyfriend, anime fanboy Kousaka, into a normal guy? Kanji triumphs where Saki fails, when both Kanji and Kousaka sign up for Genshiken: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture. Undeterred, Saki chases Kousaka through the various activities of the club, from costume-playing and comic conventions to video gaming and collecting anime figures--learning more than she ever wanted to about the humorous world of the Japanese fan ... (Source: Del Rey)

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