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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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Indeed, how else could a Japanese cartoon character be birthed if not head first, in a swirl of movement, armed to the teeth?
It was a time when the schedules were devoid of American teen comedies and Japanese cartoons and constant repeats of Spongebob on Nickelodeon.
The stylised Japanese cartoons caught readers' imagination, making the plays more accessible to groups who might otherwise not have been tempted to study them.
References to Facebook and Japanese cartoons that will go over the heads of its target kids and perhaps be appreciated by parents but it's doubtful that this movie will appeal to all ages, despite showing commendable restraint over displays of typical gooey sentimentality.
On Dante Street in the Latin Corner, more than 10 manga stores are lined up, with their show windows packed with Japanese cartoons and figures of characters in animated cartoons.
Japanese cartoons increasingly targeted adolescents and adults and often dealt with mature themes.
The Bible for Young Catholics uses the popular anime style of illustrations based on Japanese cartoons.
American and Japanese cartoons that were produced years ago are aired and repeated again and again," Boyd says.
From Sapporo to Seville and on to Santa Fe, Japanese cartoons are reveling in a new global boom.
Chinese children most enjoy watching Japanese cartoons, partly because the characters in local animations are too serious, the state media reported Wednesday.
Through Doro TV, Mondo controls the distribution rights to some 5,000 Japanese cartoons.
While the characters are American, the art is influenced by Japanese cartoons.

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