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Manga is the universal language of everyone's Fantasy.it has a limitless boundary and can still be improve over time.It does not define sexuality and it does not violate the concerns about genre,about your personality or viewpoint.Manga animation is the cure to your enigmatic and ecclectic imagination.Manga is not about discovery, it is about you.
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Meet "KARAS"!
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Meet "KARAS"!

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Being an anime fan is not everything.You must kept on searching.

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Manga Animation

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The Manga animation is purely educational!

The Anim?afé - Café Latté
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The Anim?afé - Café Latté

The Anim?afé - Café Latté

Time is not a constant. Time stops for the hero whenever he does something 'cool' or 'impressive'. Time slows down when friends and lovers are being killed and speeds up whenever there is a fight.

11/16/2011
One Manga - The home of manga!

One Manga - The home of manga!

Read your favorite mangas scans and scanlations online. OneManga free online manga reader. Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Vampire Knight and many more.

04/11/2011
Manga Tutorials - Drawing Materials

Manga Tutorials - Drawing Materials

Learn how to draw anime and manga style at MangaTutorials.com. Your one-stop-site for everything you need to know.

04/11/2011
One Manga - The home of manga!

One Manga - The home of manga!

Read your favorite mangas scans and scanlations online. OneManga free online manga reader. Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Vampire Knight and many more.

Anime Toplist - Find the Best Anime :: Manga Sites
04/11/2011
Anime Toplist - Find the Best Anime :: Manga Sites

Anime Toplist - Find the Best Anime :: Manga Sites

Find the best anime, manga, hentai and streaming video sites on the web. Come see the best Anime Topsite out there. Vote for your favorite anime and manga sites while sharing with friends and fans. Shope anime, watching streaming anime and find your favorite manga online.

The 3 Best Sites To Read Manga Online
04/11/2011
The 3 Best Sites To Read Manga Online

The 3 Best Sites To Read Manga Online

Manga is an increasingly popular Japanese art-style. They're the comic equivalent of Japanese anime. In Japan, manga is an everyday thing. People of young

04/11/2011
Manga Fox: Read Manga Online for Free!

Manga Fox: Read Manga Online for Free!

Read your favorite manga online! Hundreds of high-quality free manga for you, with a list being updated daily. Naruto manga, Bleach manga, One Piece manga, Air Gear manga, Claymore manga, Fairy Tail manga, Inuyasha manga, and many more...

04/11/2011
Manga.com

Manga.com

We are shocked and saddened about the terrible fate that has befallen our comrades in Japan. We hope they stay safe in this desperate time. For information on how to help, visit www.redcross.org.

Sekai Ichi Hatsukoi Episode #01
04/11/2011
Sekai Ichi Hatsukoi Episode #01

Sekai Ichi Hatsukoi Episode #01

When Ritsu goes to work for a new company as an editor, he never expected to work on shoujo manga.What They Say:Worlds Greatest First LoveThe Review:Content: (please note that...

04/05/2011
ANIME HISTORY

ANIME HISTORY

Anime History - Anime Origins, First Generation of Japanese Animators and Second Generation of Japanese Animators.

Anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
Anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anime is commonly defined as animation originating in Japan. (アニメ?, an abbreviated pronunciation in Japanese of "animation", pronounced [anime] (listen) in Japanese, but typically /ˈænɨmeɪ/ (listen) or /ˈænɨmə/ in English.) The definition sometimes changes depending on the context.[1] In English-s

04/05/2011
Anime

Anime

In a paper titled Early Medieval Picture Scrolls as Ancestors of Anime and Manga, Tsuji Nobuo describes the connection between early medieval emaki (illustrated hand scrolls) and animated films. He describes how the treatment of time was developed in illustrated hand scrolls. These

2000s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
2000s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2000s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An art movement started by Takashi Murakami that combined Japanese pop-culture with postmodern art called Superflat began around this time. Murakami asserts that the movement is an analysis of post-war Japanese culture through the eyes of the otaku subculture. His desire is also to get rid of the ca

1990s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
1990s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1990s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 1995, Hideaki Anno wrote and directed the controversial anime, Neon Genesis Evangelion. This show became popular in Japan among anime fans and became known to the general public through mainstream media attention. It is believed that Anno originally wanted the show to be the ultimate otaku anime

1980s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
1980s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1980s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This shift towards space operas became more pronounced with the commercial success of Star Wars (1977).[citation needed] This allowed for the space opera Space Battleship Yamato (1974) to be revived as a theatrical film. Mobile Suit Gundam (1979), the first Real Robot anime, was also initially unsuc

1970s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
1970s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1970s - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

During the 1970s, the Japanese film market shrunk due to competition from television. This increased competition from television reduced Toei animation's staff and many animators went to studios such as A Pro and Telecom animation. Mushi Productions went bankrupt (only to be revived 4 years later),

Reaching the region - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
Reaching the region - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reaching the region - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the timeline of the development of anime, Japanese and Chinese works overlap. However, geographically speaking, neither country's animation directly influenced the other. Over time, as anime evolved into a distinct style, works from outside of Japan became classified as "cartoon" or "animated ser

Toei Animation and Mushi Productions - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
Toei Animation and Mushi Productions - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Toei Animation and Mushi Productions - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 1948, Toei Animation was founded and produced the first color anime feature film in 1958, Hakujaden (The Tale of the White Serpent, 1958). This film was more Disney in tone than modern anime with musical numbers and animal sidekicks. However, it is widely considered to be the first "anime" ever,

During the Second World War - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
During the Second World War - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

During the Second World War - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the 1930s the Japanese government began enforcing cultural nationalism. This also lead to a strict censorship and control of published media. Many animators were urged to produce animations which enforced the Japanese spirit and national affiliation. Some movies were shown in newsreel theaters, e

Second generation of Japanese animators - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
Second generation of Japanese animators - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Second generation of Japanese animators - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yasuji Murata, Hakuzan Kimura, Sanae Yamamoto and Noburō Ōfuji were students of Kitayama Seitaro and worked at his film studio. Kenzō Masaoka, another important animator, worked at a smaller animation studio. In 1923, the Great Kantō earthquake destroyed most of the Kitayama studio and the residing

First generation of Japanese animators - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
04/05/2011
First generation of Japanese animators - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First generation of Japanese animators - History of anime - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Few complete animations made during the beginnings of Japanese animation have survived. The reasons vary, but many are of commercial nature. After the clips had their run, reels (being property of the cinemas) were sold to smaller cinemas in the country and then disassembled and sold as strips or si

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