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When I heard that Pixar had the Catbus in their lobby, I thought about taking a trip to go see it, but alas, I know it won’t really be the Catbus, not the one in my head. Other people, especially Miyazaki fans, like Totoro, but few understand why he comforts me so much. Totoro sparked my interest in the posthuman. You see, Totoro is a monster, as is the Catbus. I really love these monsters, but they are monsters nonetheless. The Catbus is a weird, contorted, hollowed out Cat-body that people can ride inside of.
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Anime and Philosophy (Popular Culture and Philosophy) by Josef Steiff