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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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I want my experience to inspire people who love anime and manga drawing here.
Although Mechademia presents itself as a forum on anime and manga, many of the essays are more concerned with Japanese visual culture.
It's commonly known that anime and manga generally avoid discussion of real-world religions (shukyo), and this is certainly true of Christianity, particularly as it pertains to Japan's first encounter with it.
Fans of Anime and Manga met at Middlesbrough's Central Library while dressed as characters from the genre ahead of the Nemacon event on June 19 and 20 at Middlesbrough Town Hall.
Akiba is still electric city, but stores of electric devices and home appliances are slowly replaced by shops and cafes on anime and manga related topics.
The first volume of a planned annual publication it discusses not only anime and manga but also "fan arts"--that last including the phenomenon of "cosplay" in which fans take on the personae of their favorite characters through dress makeup jewelry and even mannerisms.
First, one must understand the relationship between anime and manga, which takes up to forty percent of the entire publication industry in Japan (Information Media White Papers 2005).
The festival is being held here amid the recent move to set up the Japan Creative Center in Singapore to feature Japan's soft power such as contemporary pop culture, including anime and manga, and design.
Collections strong in anime and manga will want these fine new publications from ADV which reflect a powerful Fall collection of hits.
His father's literary connections offer Charley, a total devotee of anime and manga, the irresistible chance to be immersed in the fascinating culture of Tokyo and meet up with some of the creators of his heroes.
Across Asia, anime and manga provide the source material for a dizzying array of movies and skeins ranging from the arthouse (Lee Myung-Se's "Duelist") to the grindhouse (Takashi Miike's "Ichi the Killer").
While Comic-Con has become increasingly corporatized by the major studios, the core of the show remains niche-oriented areas with particular appeal to teens and teen wannabes, including a broad assortment of anime and manga from such companies as Viz Media and Tokyo Pop, among others.