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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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TOM aims to make Otaku Coin a means for fans worldwide to support the anime industry and other industries connected to it, like plastic figures, light novels, collectible merchandise, and more.
The newest offering in New England for Anime Fans is Boston's Anime Fest.
Crunchyroll is the worlds largest destination for anime and manga, boasting a global community of more than 20 million registered users and over 1 million subscribers.
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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.
The first two chapters emphasize the practical side of anime production.
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