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Allison, Anne. "A Challenge to Hollywood? Japanese character goods hit the us." Japanese Studies 20. (2000): 67–88.   
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Allison, Anne. Millennial Monsters: Japanese toys and the global imagination. Asia: Local Studies/Global Themes. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 2006.   
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Allison, Anne. "Sailor Moon: Japanese superheroes for global girls." Japan Pop! Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture. Ed. Timothy J. Craig. Armonk: M. E. Sharpe, 2000. 259–78.   
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Bailey, Catherine E. "Prince Charming by Day, Superheroine by Night? Subversive sexualities and gender fluidity in revolutionary girl utena and sailor moon." Colloquy 24 2012. Accessed 11 Mar. 2013. <http://artsonline.monas ... twenty-four_/bailey.pdf>.   
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Gelfand, Lynn. "“Moon Prism Power, Make-Up!”: Sailor moon and the transformation of the multiform story in modern media." Scan. Journal of media arts culture 9. 1 2012. Accessed 3 May. 2013. < ... mber1/Lynn-Gelfand.html>.   
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Grigsby, Mary. "Sailormoon: Manga (Comics) and Anime (Cartoon) Superheroine Meets Barbie: Global entertainment commodity comes to the united states." Journal of Popular Culture 32. (1998): 59–80.   
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Grigsby, Mary. "The Social Production of Gender as Reflected in Two Japanese Culture Industry Products: sailormoon and crayon shin-chan." Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning. Cute, Cheap, Mad, and Sexy. Ed. John A. Lent. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State Univ. Popular Press, 1999. 183–210.   
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Hemmann, Kathryn. Manga Cultures and the Female Gaze. East Asian Popular Culture. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.   
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Napier, Susan J. "Vampires, Psychic Girls, Flying Women and Sailor Scouts: Four faces of the young female in japanese popular culture." The Worlds of Japanese Popular Culture. Gender, Shifting Boundaries and Global Cultures. Ed. Dolores P. Martinez. 3rd ed. Contemporary Japanese Society. Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2001. 91–109.   
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