Review: Anime Supremacy!

Here it is, folks: the SHIROBAKO sequel you’ve been waiting for.

Three women in profile running in the same direction. The first is wearing casual clothes and carrying posterboard and a manila folder; the second is dressed in a sharp business suit and holding a phone; the third is in a nice dress and holding a pen

It didn’t matter if the work was difficult or stressful, or if she hardly earned enough to live on. She didn’t care if she had to live her days as a geek girl or female otaku, with no semblance of a “real” life.

She was never going to stand by and let anyone make fun of her job.

Anime Supremacy!, written by Mizuki Tsujimura and translated by Deborah Boliver Boehm, tells the interconnected stories of three women—a producer, a director, and an animator—working in the anime industry. Not quite a novel and not quite a short story collection, the book is divided into three main chapters, each following one of the protagonists through part of a single anime season.

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