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anime

Japanese animation. Pronounced "ah-nee-meh," anime dates back to the early 1900s. A related Japanese term is "manga," which means cartoon.
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Yuriko has kindly agreed to an interview, where hopefully she will explain some of the specific ways that yuri fans use the idea of the 'lesbian' to interpret their favourite anime and manga.
LOS ANGELES -- The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation returns to Los Angeles for a fifth consecutive year to host Anime Expo 2012, the nation's largest anime and manga convention.
The first four essays--"The Japan Fad in Global Youth Culture and Millennial Capitalism" by Anne Allison, "Globalizing Manga: From Japan to Hong Kong and Beyond" by Wendy Siuyi Wong, "The World of Anime Fandom in American" by Susan Napier, and "Costuming the Imagination: Origins of Anime and Manga Cosplay" by Theresa Winge--account for roughly half the content in the main section of the collection.
Freen was among many who displayed their love of anime and manga by wearing colorful costumes, brightly colored wigs, elaborate props, and shirts reading ''otaku,'' the Japanese word used to describe enthusiastic fans.
She actively pursued her interest in anime and manga culture after returning to the U.
The focus of this event will be on sharing successful strategies for enhancing the fan experience at their conventions and promoting further growth of anime and manga in the U.
LOS ANGELES -- The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation returns to Los Angeles for the fourth consecutive year to host Anime Expo 2011, the nation's largest anime and manga convention.
audiences for the first time when she performs live in concert at Anime Expo, North America's largest anime and manga celebration in Los Angeles from July 1 - 4, 2011.
In addition the site provides members the ability to create their own club or join existing ones, start a blog, check anime compatibility rating with other members, receive email notifications on newly released episodes and read a variety of anime and manga reviews.
LOS ANGELES -- Anime Expo, North America's largest anime and manga event which attracts tens of thousands of elaborately costumed fans for one of the world's largest masquerade events, will reward its most creative "cosplayers" with $25,000 in cash and prizes in 2011.
LOS ANGELES -- North America's largest anime and manga event - Anime Expo (AX) - has concluded its most successful event ever, a four-day event at the Los Angeles Convention Center that drew over 100,000 fans of Japanese animation, manga (comic books) and pop culture.
The social networking features of the site are designed specifically with the anime and manga fan in mind.