That’s a verse from Ice Cube’s The Nigga You Love to Hate, from his great album AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted. Continue reading You Ask Me, “Do I Like Arsenio?” / About as Much as The Bicentennial
This catalog almost ended up in the trash, but I couldn’t do it. It was too book-like. It would go into a sale box.
I didn’t know what this movie was, but web searches revealed that it’s known around the world as the first anime film. The entire film is above. It’s very much in the style of Disney, even in that Toei adapted a foreign story for the film. There are cute animals, cute children, and serious looking adults. I’ve seen only a little of the movie, but, it also has colorism; that’s unfortunate.Continue reading Asia Scene: the First Anime Film, Hakujaden
J.S. Ogilvie was one of the publishers of dime novels in the late 1800s, publishing short books and some novels, printed cheaply, and available at low prices.
These photos show a portion of the material in this group of documents. There is a cartoon book, a pack of Ainu postcards, several Japanese American newspapers, clippings, civic publications from different Asian countries, and a Little Tokyo business map. All 1960s. This isn’t yet listed for auction. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to purchase it or pay to have it sent to some archive.