How well did Tezuka managed to balance between global and local?

Japan’s strategic hybridism is key: hybridity and distinction – How Japan absorbed Disney(western)influences and made it Japaneseness. E.g. what are the things that Japan/Tezuka learnt from Disney, what did they learnt and kept, what did they choose to change/didin’t learn; why?
Japanese/Tezuka Anime goes global – How (or how well) Tezuka targeted on the western market, and made Japanese a superpower of anime? What are the audiences in the west liked/confused/disliked/appreciated about Tezuka’s work, the differences or is it because his similarities with Disney?
Misunderstanding and cultural conflicts when Tezuka tried to attack the western market – problematic things, e.g. Heavy editing on some of Tezuka Osamu’s works when importing to the American markets; What impacts did it have?
America to Japan; Japan to the west, to what extent Tezuka’s approach (Japanese strategic hybidism & Japanese globalisation) is innovative, comparing to globalisation within the western culture?
To what extent is Tezuka revolved the traditional western views on cartoon/Animation, how successful is him in making animation a mark of brand for the nation(Japan).
Through out the essay please: Focus on Astroy Boy, Black Jack (1973-83)(the little girl Pinoco) & Disney’s Pinocchio(1940);Kimba the White Lion & Disney’s The Lion King; to compare and contrast, contents, style, characters, plot lines, spectator(global and local), markets/distribution(global and local), originality, innovation and etc. How well did Tezuka managed to balance between global and local?

Looking for Discount?

You'll get a high-quality service, that's for sure.

To welcome you, we give you a 15% discount on your All orders! use code - ESSAY15

Discount applies to orders from $30
©2020 All Rights Reserved. | Disclaimer: for assistance purposes only. These custom papers should be used with proper reference.