Raz Greenberg, an animation researcher, is the author of Hayao Miyazaki: Exploring the Early Work of Japan’s Greatest Animator.
Israeli readers go crazy for the translation by prolific Emanuel Lottem, which showcases the vibrance of the book and the language itself
Israel’s leading graphic novelist excavates the conflict-ridden landscape of her country, with a hat tip to Indiana Jones
An engaging spy series just bought by Apple TV does more than caricature Iran and the Mossad
A new documentary traces the rise, fall, and amazing rediscovery of the world’s first Arab cartoon star
The Jewish state’s affinity for anime dreamscapes comes alive in a new award-winning graphic novel
On Osamu Tezuka’s 88th birthday, a look at the many ways the Japanese master told Jewish stories, and influenced the Jewish storytellers of America’s own comics boom
The Israeli Society for Science Fiction and Fantasy celebrates 20 years of imagining the future
Spoiler Alert: It isn’t pretty. And Meir Kahane plays a major role, as a character called the Hound.