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Japanese popular culture is a highly interwoven industry, showing a level of interdependence and cooperation Hollywood would be jealous of....

Japanese popular culture is a highly interwoven industry, showing a level of interdependence and cooperation Hollywood would be jealous of.

Local Otaku,our member Keith Goode (www.austinotaku.com) will discuss one aspect of this culture, namely Anime; providing a brief history, reviewing of some of the stylizations and niches, and showing how it fits into the grand design of Japanese popular culture.
What have been some of the most popular animes?
What's popular now?

What is Anime?

Anime is the Japanese word for Animation. In Japan, the animation industry is much more towards the forefront than it is in the United States, and shows covering virtually every genre can be found in the form of television shows. Much like any other entertainment medium, anime can range from the very silly to the very serious, and is not necessarily intended for children or any specific age group.

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  • 1. Anime and the Culture of Cool Japan
    • Keith L. Goode AustinOtaku.com
  • 2. Lecture Outline
    • General History of Anime
    • 3. Stylization of Anime
    • 4. Genres within Anime
    • 5. Ways You Can Enjoy Anime
    • 6. Q&A
  • 7. Rules of Engagement
    • Have fun.
    • 8. “The mind can absorb only what the rear-end can endure.”
    • 9. Save Questions for Q&A
    • 10. Set all mobile devices to vibrate or turn them off.
    • 11. Be patient with my pronunciation of Japanese.
  • 12. Your first question ...
    • Who is this guy?
  • 13. Your first question...
    • Who is this guy?
  • 14. Your first question...
    • Who is this guy?
  • 15. Your first question...
    • Who is this guy?
  • 16. Your first question...
    • Who is this guy?
  • 17. Your second question...
    • What's this old guy's interest in anime?
  • 18. What I'm talking about when I talk about Anime
    • Anime
      • For Children
        • Sailor Moon
        • 19. Pokemon
        • 20. Yu-Gi-Oh
  • 21. What I'm talking about when I talk about Anime
    • Late night (shinya) anime
    • 22. Hobby anime
    • 23. OVA (original video animation)
    • 24. Feature film anime
  • 25. What Appeals to Me ...
    • Let's face it
      • There are no DisneyCons
      • 26. Or Spongebob SquarepantsCons
  • 27. What Appeals to Me...
    • Anime...
      • Provides a glimpse of Japanese
        • History
  • 28. What Appeals to Me...
    • Anime...
      • Provides a glimpse of Japanese
        • History
        • 29. Mysticism
  • 30. What Appeals to Me...
    • Anime...
      • Provides a glimpse of Japanese
        • History
        • 31. Mysticism
        • 32. Culture
  • 33. What Appeals to Me...
    • Anime...
      • Provides a glimpse of Japanese
        • History
        • 34. Mysticism
        • 35. Culture
      • Uses imagery to tell stories
        • Modern mythology
  • 36. What Appeals to Me...
    • Anime...
      • Provides a glimpse of Japanese
        • History
        • 37. Mysticism
        • 38. Culture
      • Uses imagery to tell stories
        • Modern mythology
        • 39. Ethics (or How to Live)**
  • 40. General History of Anime
    • In the beginning...
    Humans used cave drawings to record significant events in their lives and to communicate with others …
  • 41. General History of Anime
    • And then there was Anime
  • 42. General History of Anime
    • Images as symbols...
      • For the psyche
  • 43. General History of Anime
    • Images as symbols...
      • For the psyche
      • 44. For the spirit
  • 45. General History of Anime
    • Images as symbols...
      • For the psyche
      • 46. For the spirit
      • 47. For the ego
  • 48. General History of Anime
    • Images as symbols...
      • For the psyche
      • 49. For the spirit
      • 50. For the ego
      • 51. For entertainment
  • 52. Symbols?
    • What with all of this talk of symbols?
    • 53. Group exercise time
  • 54. Symbols?
    • What with all of this talk of symbols?
    • 55. Group exercise time
    • 56. I promise it won't hurt
  • 57. Symbols?
    • What with all of this talk of symbols?
    • 58. Group exercise time
    • 59. I promise it won't hurt
    • 60. Close your eyes, clear your mind. I'll say a word. Tell me what you see in your mind's eye.
  • 61. Symbols?
    • Something like this?
  • 62. Symbols
    • My point?
      • Images and symbols predate abstractions such as written language and mathematics
      • 63. Images speak to the deepest aspects of our psyches.
  • 64. Story-telling
    • Manga and Anime writers have an incredible skill in telling a story.
    • 65. Aside from the 200+ episode series, like Bleach, Naruto, and Reborn, most anime is between 12 and 26 episodes.
    • 66. (roll clip)
  • 67. Introduction of Characters
    • What did we learn in just a few minutes?
      • Fluffy bangs give a gentle expression and attract girls
      • 68. Ryuji Takasu is embarrassed to look like his father
      • 69. Ryuji is a neat freak
      • 70. The large apartment building next door is new and darkens Ryuji's home, causing mold issues.
      • 71. Ryuji takes care of his mother who appears to be a hostess
      • 72. Ryuji's father was a deliquent
      • 73. Ryuji is perceived to be a delinquent when in fact he isn't at all
      • 74. It's Spring and the opening ceremony is today
      • 75. Ryuji is in his second year of high school in class 2-C
      • 76. Kitamura is a friend of Ryuji's and sees past his appearance
      • 77. Ryuji has a crush on Kushieda Minori
      • 78. Kushieda is very energetic and optimistic
      • 79. Aisaka Taiga is called the “Palm-top Tiger”
      • 80. Taiga is considered a delinquent too, only in her case, there's good reason for people to be afraid of her.
  • 81. General History of Anime
    • Goes back to as early as 1917
    • 82. Some early titles:
      • Chikara to Onna no Yo no Naka (1933)
      • 83. Momotaro no Umiwashi (1943)
      • 84. Tale of the White Serpent (1958)
      • 85. Mitsu no Hanashi (1960)
      • 86. Astro Boy (1963)
  • 87. The Four Ages of Anime
    • 1 st Stage – 1960's
      • Astro Boy
      • 88. Supplemented the poorly funded live-action line-up
    • 2 nd Stage – 1970's
      • Tezuka Osamu's manga
      • 89. World Classics
      • 90. Space Battleship Yamato
      • 91. Goal-oriented storylines
  • 92. The Four Ages of Anime
    • 3 rd Stage – 1980's
      • Anime market boom
      • 93. Miyazaki Hayao
      • 94. Ranma 1/2, Wings of Honneamise, Akira
      • 95. Anime Bubble
    • 4 th Stage – Late 1990's
      • Lots of OVA's
      • 96. Truly an otaku thing
      • 97. Anime as a marketing platform
      • 98. Late-night Anime
  • 99. Stylizations within Anime There are a few things that make Anime unique:
    • Character stylization
    • 100. Artwork
    • 101. Japanese Cultural influence
  • 102. Character Stylization
    • Physical Characteristics
      • Eyes
  • 103. Character Stylization
    • Physical Characteristics
      • Eyes
  • 104. Character Stylization
    • Physical Characteristics
      • Eyes
      • 105. Disproportionate Features
  • 106. Character Stylization
    • Physical Characteristics
      • Eyes
      • 107. Disproportionate Features
  • 108. Character Stylization
    • Physical Characteristics
      • Eyes
      • 109. Disproportionate Features
      • 110. Wild hair colors
  • 111. Character Stylization
    • Physical Characteristics
      • Eyes
      • 112. Disproportionate Features
      • 113. Wild hair colors
  • 114. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
  • 115. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
      • 116. Darudere
  • 117. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
      • 118. Darudere
      • 119. Dojikko
  • 120. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
      • 121. Darudere
      • 122. Dojikko
        • Meganekko
  • 123. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
      • 124. Darudere
      • 125. Dojikko
      • 126. Hetare
  • 127. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
      • 128. Darudere
      • 129. Dojikko
      • 130. Hetare
      • 131. Osanajimi
  • 132. Character Stylization
    • Character types
      • Chibikyara
      • 133. Darudere
      • 134. Dojikko
      • 135. Hetare
      • 136. Osanajimi
      • 137. Tsundere
  • 138. Artwork
    • Photo-realism
    • 139. CG
  • 140. Artwork
    • Photo-realism
    • 141. CG
    • 142. Limited Animation
  • 143. Anime Genres
    • Mecha
      • Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2
      • 144. Gurren Lagann
      • 145. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
      • 146. Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo
      • 147. Full Metal Panic: The Second Raid
  • 148. Anime Genres
    • Supernatural
      • Clannad After Story
      • 149. Death Note
      • 150. Mushi-Shi
      • 151. Bakemonogatari
      • 152. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
  • 153. Anime Genres
    • Horror
      • Monster
      • 154. Baccano!
      • 155. Higurashi no Naku Koroni Kai
      • 156. When They Cry – Higurashi
      • 157. Elfen Lied
  • 158. Anime Genres
    • Slice of Life
      • Bakemonogatari
      • 159. Nodame Cantabile
      • 160. Honey and Clover II
      • 161. Aria the Origination
      • 162. Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
  • 163. Anime Genres
    • Comedy
      • Clannad After Story
      • 164. Bakemonogatari
      • 165. Nodame Cantabile
      • 166. Gurren Lagann
      • 167. Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger
  • 168. Anime Genres
    • Action
      • Samurai X: Trust & Betrayal
      • 169. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2
      • 170. Cowboy Bebop
      • 171. Bakemonogatari
      • 172. Gurren Lagann
  • 173. Ways You Can Enjoy Anime Informative Sites:
    • Random Curiosity (http://randomc.animeblogger.com)
    • 174. Kawaii Kawaii Anime (http://www.kawaii-kawaii.co.nr)
    • 175. Anime News Network (http://www.animenewsnetwork.com)
    • 176. Anime Suki (http://www.animesuki.com)
    Legally Watch Online
    • Crunchyroll (http://www.crunchyroll.com)
    • 177. The Anime Network (http://www.theanimenetwork.com)
    • 178. Funimation (http://www.funimation.com)
    Rent Anime Locally
    • Dragon’s Lair (on Burnet Rd.)
    Own Anime
    • Right Stuf (http://www.rightstuf.com)
    Watch anime with the following groups:
    • UT Anime Club (uts.cc.utexas.edu/~anime/)
    • 179. Austin Anime Meetup Group (www.meetup.com/anime-501/)
  • 180. Conclusion
    • Anime is much to large a topic to cover in one hour
    • 181. Get out there and learn about it yourself
    • 182. There's a genre for everyone