By Saito Tamaki, Hiroki Azuma, J. Keith Vincent, Dawn Lawson
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Of course, being stereotypes does not mean they are necessarily incorrect. They may be accurate but still meaningless. These sorts of interpretations inevitably miss what is truly of interest about the otaku community. The otaku are a strange and unique community that has come into existence as a result of the interactions between the modern media environment and the adolescent psyche in Japan. To my knowledge, however, sufﬁcient thought has yet to be given to the otaku as a community. In this chapter I consider, sometimes from the perspective of a psychiatrist, and sometimes not, the psychopathology of the otaku.
But despite its widespread diffusion, or perhaps because of it, the contours of the word otaku remain quite vague. Even now it is often used simply as a synonym for maniac. Since the Miyazaki incident it has acquired a very negative image of a gloomy (or dangerous) person who stays shut up at home and has trouble relating to other people. 3 Taku was also a maniac, but chose to exaggerate the negative side of the otaku for his own strategic purposes. It seems that the negatives have gradually come to dominate our image of the otaku.
P R EFACE little girls, called the Vivian girls, who were saddled with responsibility for the destiny of that world, gave me a sense of déjà vu. Yes, I had seen this kind of spectacle somewhere before. A column in a magazine introducing Darger provided one clue. It pointed out that these young girls who ﬁght to protect a world are exactly like Sailor Moon, the Japanese manga and anime character. Looking at Darger’s works again, I saw that the faces of the little girls did have something reminiscent of anime characters about them.