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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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Release dates for the anime series are yet to be announced.
Studio Trigger is a world renowned animation studio that created Little Witch Academia and the popular anime series Kill la Kill.
In the anime series, Tamao was one of the five Kimono sisters who owned different evolutions of Eevee.
There is Charity Driscoll, the newest--and the prettiest--girl in the school, whom Todd delightedly discovers is as big a fan as he is of the anime series Dragon Sensei.
This style proved enormously popular, as the Tetsuwan Atomu series was received by its young audience not as a degraded version of cinematic movement but as a moving version of the popular Atomu manga that was serialized in boys' magazines (early anime series like Tetsuwan Atomu were actually known as terebi manga, or "TV comics" in Japan).
Today, Lebanon has a thriving subculture addicted to anime series and to the comic books that usually precede them, known as manga.
I only know of a few anime series that show girls with school uniforms that aren't really short.
21 ( ANI ): An airing on Japanese television of the 1986 anime series garnered most number of tweets in a second smashing the previous records on the microblogging social media site Twitter.
As the main character, Gintoki has appeared in most of the episodes of the anime series Gintama and Gintama, as well as in other media related to the franchise, including the film and all of the spin-off video games and original video animations.
The animated film "Trigun: Badlands Rumble," an extension of the popular sci-fi action anime series, will begin a four-day run Wednesday at the Bijou, 492 E.
She's bringing a different costume for each day, while her husband is coming as vampire hunter Zero Kiryu from the anime series "Vampire Knight.
Telefilms was founded by Tomas Darcyl's father, Leon Darcyl, who is pictured below with his wife Dina and, on the left, Tatsunoko Production's Kenji Yoshida, who sold to Telefilms the Japanese anime series Speed Racer.