オタク団結 ! Anime and Manga for Librarians

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  • オタク団結 ! Anime and Manga for Librarians

    1. 1. オタク団結 ! Otaku Unite !1
    2. 2.  Nihongo is the spoken languageTerminology of Japan  Kanji is the most used written word form of Japan  Shojo  titles for young girls  Shonen  titles for young boys  Seinen  titles for teenage boys or young men  Josei- titles for young women  Kodomo  titles for children  Otaku  Obsessed with Japanese cultural related to anime  Bishojo  beautiful girls  Bishonen  pretty guys with girlish traits2  Fan Services  Details added to the story to appeal to fans (inside
    3. 3. Terminology  Maho Shojo  magical girl titles  Maho Shonen  magical boy titles  Lolicon  Portraying underage female as a sexual being  Shotacon  Portraying underage male as a sexual being  Harem  group of women in love with aman  Reverse Harem  group of men Clanned a Herem Anime in love with a female  Magical Girlfriend  a man with a supernatural girlfriend  Ecchi  indecent sexuality  Hentai  sexually explicit  Yuri or shojo ai  bisexual or Ouran High School Host Club lesbian girls a reverse Herem Anime3  Shonen ai  gay without sex
    4. 4. What is manga?
    5. 5. What is manga?  Manga is a MEDIUM notTerm created by artist Hokusai. Manga isbroken into two words: “man” meaning “in a subject that includes aspite of oneself” and “ga” meaning picture. wide range of genres: romance, sports, historical drama, comedy, science fiction and fantasy, etc.  Many fans keep up to date through reading scanlations. This is the scanning, translation andThe Great Wave of f Katsushika by Hokusai (1760-1849) created this around 1831. editing of comics from a foreign language into a5 different language.
    6. 6. What is manga?  Much like anime, manga are the book version of the animated shows.  They are written like most books with dialogue and narration. However, they are completely illustrated graphic novels. They are much like comics.  Fun Fact: Real Japanese6 Manga is read top to
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    8. 8. The Wallflower by Tomoko Hayakawa8
    9. 9. Girls of the Wilds – Korean Web Manga9
    10. 10. What is anime? Peter White (Bunny Form)10 from Alice in the Country of Hearts
    11. 11. What is anime?  Japanese abbreviated pronunciation of “animation.” It is a popular form of animation in Japan.  Like movies, anime comes in many genre’s such as: comedy, action, and horror, and live action.  There are two main types of anime:  Subbed have Japanese Peter White (Bunny Form)11 from Alice in the Country of speakers with English subtitles. Hearts
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    13. 13. key aspects in anime  Happy Endings or slice of life - Not all anime have happy endings. In fact, sometimes characters die and sometimes the bad guy wins. Japanese culture doesnt shy away from death Some titles:  Whisper of the Heart  Toki Wo Kakeru Shoujo  Tegami Bachi  K-ON!  Spice and Wolf  Lucky Star  Bunny Drop  Gosick  Clanned13
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    15. 15. key aspects in anime  Violence - This kind of anime features a considerable amount of fighting - usually with a martial arts slant. Some titles:  Dragon Ball Z  Arata: The Legend  Bleach  Blue Exorcist  Shaman King  Naruto  One Piece  Soul Eater  Magi15
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    17. 17. key aspects in anime Sexual Content - Many of the female characters tend to have exaggerated features and wear semi-sexy outfits. However, a girl in a short skirt doesnt mean the series is suggestive. Sailor Moon is the best examples of a kid-friendly anime and all the main characters wore sailor suits. Some titles (seinen, josei, shonen ai, & magical girl): Loveless Black Butler Mew Mew Power Cardcaptor Sakura Mai-himi Puella Magi Madoka Magica Mamotte Lollipop17
    18. 18. FOOD!!!!!! • Ramen noodles • Ramune – Japanese Soda food and snacks • Bubble Tea • Melon Bread • Pocky – cookie sticks dipped in chocolate, strawberry, etc. • Find these at WalMart and Target18
    19. 19. FOOD!!!!!! some popular food and snacks • Pocky - Popular biscuit-like Japanese snack covered • with a wide variety of flavors such as chocolate or Ramen noodles strawberry. There are many Pocky references in • Ramune – Japanese Soda anime, and some Pocky brands even sport anime • characters on their boxes Bubble Tea • Melon Bread • Ramen - Japanese noodles. Standard college meal of choice because its cheap and easy to make • Pocky – cookie sticks dipped in chocolate, strawberry, etc. • Edamame - A at WalMart and Target • Find these dish of green soybeans boiled or steamed in their pods.19
    20. 20. FOOD!!!!!! some popular food and snacks • Bubble Tea- A cold, frothy drink made with iced • tea, sweetened milk or other flavorings, and usually Ramen noodles with sweet black balls or “pearls.” • Ramune – Japanese Soda • • Mochi - Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice Bubble Tea • pounded into paste and molded into shape. Mochi ice Melon Bread cream is a Japanese confection made from mochi (pounded sticky rice) with an ice cream filling. • Pocky – cookie sticks dipped in chocolate, strawberry, etc. • Onigiri - a ballat WalMart and Target • Find these of sticky (short-grained) rice, sometimes flavored, thats wrapped in a pliant20 leaf
    21. 21. k-pop j-pop j-rock music21
    22. 22. Japanese Pop 196622 For a list of Poplar J-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/j-pop/artists or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_J-pop_artists
    23. 23. Japanese Pop Hikaru Utada23 For a list of Poplar J-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/j-pop/artists or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_J-pop_artists
    24. 24. J-POP nowMika Nakashima Arashi Ayumi Hamasaki Perfume GACKT Mr. Children/ “Misuchiru” For a list of Poplar J-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/j-pop/artists24 or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_J-pop_artists
    25. 25. Japanese Rock Haino Keiji25 For a list of Poplar J-Rock artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/japanese%20rock or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Japanese_rock_music_groups
    26. 26. Japanese Rock The Tempters26 For a list of Poplar J-Rock artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/japanese%20rock or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Japanese_rock_music_groups
    27. 27. J-ROCK now LArc~en~ciel Plastic Tree 雅 -MIYAVI Dir En Grey The Pillows BZ27 For a list of Poplar J-Rock artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/japanese%20rock or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Japanese_rock_music_groups
    28. 28. Korean Pop Cho Yong-pil28 For a list of Poplar K-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/kpop or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_K-pop_artists
    29. 29. Korean Pop Seo Taiji & Boys29 For a list of Poplar K-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/kpop or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_K-pop_artists
    30. 30. Korean Pop PSY30 For a list of Poplar K-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/kpop or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_K-pop_artists
    31. 31. K-POP now Sister G-Dragon 2amGirls Generation G.NA BigBang31 For a list of Poplar K-Pop artists, visit: http://www.last.fm/tag/kpop or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_K-pop_artists
    32. 32. Programs, Clubs, Events….anime clubs manga book clubanime screening AMV workshopsword play OVA nightgame night manga and anime folklorewriting workshop gothlic lolita fashion Showmanga workshop cosplay Nightlanguage speaking workshop create own cosplayCooking Demo voice acting programgenre anime club plushie Show and tellanime conference hetalia anime group
    33. 33. What is Hetalia?33
    34. 34. What is Hetalia? • A Japanese comedy online manga/anime taking place around the time of World War II. All of its characters represent modern day countries, such as Kiku Honda(Japan), Ludwig(Germany), and Feliciano(Italy). • All the characters are the stereotypes of their countries. Such as Alfred(America) is often seen eating cheeseburgers, Heracles(Greece) loves cats, Feliciano(Italy) is addicted to pasta, and the most infamous one: Francis(France) is the extreme bisexual hopeless romantic. • It was originally going to be aired on TV, but Korean protesters found its portrayal of the Korea character(Im Young Soo) to be offensive.(So it was canceled.)34 Urban
    35. 35. What is Lolita Fashion?35
    36. 36. What is Lolita Fashion?• A fashion subculture that originated in Japan that is based on Victorian-era clothing and costumes from the Rococo period.• The Lolita look began primarily as one of modesty with a focus on quality in both material and manufacture of garments.• The original silhouette is of a knee length skirt or dress with a cupcake shape assisted by petticoats, but has expanded into various types of garments including corsets and floor length skirts. Blouses, knee high socks or stockings and headdresses are also worn. 36 Wikipedia
    37. 37. What is Lolita Fashion?• Gothic Lolita/GothLoli - Combination of Gothic and Lolita Fashion. It is characterized through darker make-up and clothing.• Sweet Lolita/Ama-Loli -Styles are heavily influenced by Rocco, Victorian, and Edwardian clothing. Often characterized by using lighter colors and child-like motifs in designs.• Classic Lolita – A more mature style of Lolita that focuses on Rococo, Regency, and Victorian styles. The colors and patterns are a mix of Sweet and Gothic styles.• Punk Lolita -This style of Lolita adds punch elements to Lolita fashion: tattered fabrics, ties, chains, plaids and37 androgynous hair styles.
    38. 38. What is Lolita Fashion? gothic punk38 sweet
    39. 39. Collection Development Tools ….rent, buy and preview online manga….• Shounen Sunday http://www.shonensunday.com• IKKI Magazine (has not updated since Dec . of 2011) http://www.sigikki.com• VIZ Online App http://www.viz.com/apps• The Square Enix Digital Manga Store http://na.square- enix.com/• YEN PLUS www.yenpress.com
    40. 40. Collection Development Tools ….rent, buy and preview online manga….• Marvel Digital Comics http://marvel.com/digital_comics/• Go Manga http://www.gomanga.com/• NetComics http://netcomics.com/• ShojoBeat http://shojobeat.com/manga/sb_vols.php• Barnes and Noble http://tinyurl.com/BNMANGA
    41. 41. Download Stats Baka-Updates Manga(+6) 1 Kurogane (IKEZAWA Haruto) Comedy, School Life, Shounen, Sports, Supernatural-- 2 The Breaker: New Waves Action, Comedy, Drama, Martial Arts, Romance, Shounen-- 3 Tower of God Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Shounen, Supernatural-- 4 One Piece Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen, Supernatural-- 5 Naruto Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen(+4) 6 Bleach Action, Drama, Shounen, Supernatural(+13) 7 Girls of the Wilds Action, Comedy, Drama, Harem, Martial Arts, Romance(+1) 8 Fairy Tail Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen, Supernatural(-3) 9 Nisekoi Comedy, Harem, Romance, School Life, Shounen(+4) 10 Skip Beat! Comedy, Drama, Romance, Shoujo, Slice of Life41 mangaupdates.com -- Weekly
    42. 42. Download Stats Baka-Updates Manga(+2) 1 One Piece Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen, Supernatural(+3) 2 Naruto Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen(+4) 3 Bleach Action, Drama, Shounen, Supernatural(-3) 4 The Breaker: New Waves Action, Comedy, Drama, Martial Arts, Romance, Shounen(+17) 5 Fairy Tail Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Shounen, Supernatural(-4) 6 Minamoto-kun Monogatari Adult, Comedy, Ecchi, Harem, Romance, Seinen(+3) 7 Skip Beat! Comedy, Drama, Romance, Shoujo, Slice of Life(-2) 8 Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai Comedy, Harem, Romance, School Life, Shounen, Supernatural(+18) 9 Tower of God Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery, Shounen, Supernatural(+9) 10 Nisekoi Comedy, Harem, Romance, School Life, Shounen42 mangaupdates.com -- Yearly
    43. 43. Search Stats Crunchyroll 1 naruto shippuden 3.22% 1 sword art online 0.47% naruto shippuden e 2 gundam style 0.19% 2 0.59% pisodes naruto shippuude 3 0.18% naruto shippuden o n 270 3 0.45% nline 4 anime 0.14% 4 naruto shipuden 0.38% naruto shippuude 5 0.13% sword art online epi n 267 5 0.36% 6 0.13% sode 1 6 naruto 0.23% 7 k anime 0.12% 7 crunchyroll gintama 0.22% 8 gintama 0.12% naruto shippuden 2 9 kokoro connect 0.11% 8 0.22% 86 naruto shippuden 2 10 upotte 0.11% 9 0.19% 77 http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/crunchyroll.com43 Monthly increases and decreases that lead users to use
    44. 44. Collection Development Tools Get instant online Twitter feeds ---• AICN Anime @aicnanime• Anime News Network @animenewsnet• Otaku USA Magazine @Otaku_USA• Crunchy Roll @Crunchyroll • The Manga Critic @manga_critic• AnimeNext @animenext • VIZ Media @VIZMedia• AnimeToday @animetoday • Peter Payne @jlist• TokyoPop @TOKYOPOP • FUNimation @FUNimation • AniplexUSA @aniplexUSA • MangaNEXT @MngaNEXT • Otakon @Otakon
    45. 45. Collection Development Tools …anime streaming (free and not free)•CrunchyRoll • FUNimation•MovieLicensingUSAPublicLibraries•VIZMedia• AnimeNewsNetwork • Hulu • Naruto.com• Cartoon Network • Adult Swim • Netflix • Anime Network• Youtube • Bandai • Kadokawa Entertainment• Amazon Instant Videos• Bost TV•Crackle• X-Box Live • iTunes •TotalVID List Supplied by CrunchyRoll
    46. 46. StreamingTitle Platform Distributed by009-1 hulu Funimation009-1 Youtube FunimationAngel Beats! Anime Network Sentai HoldingsAngel Beats! hulu Sentai HoldingsBaccano! hulu FunimationBaccano! PlayStation Network FunimationBaccano! X BOX FunimationBakemonogatari Crunchyroll Aniplex of AmericaBakemonogatari hulu Aniplex of AmericaBaccano! Youtube FunimationBirdy the Mighty Decode hulu FunimationBirdy the Mighty Decode Youtube FunimationBlack Butler hulu Funimation46 http://www.aniplexusa.com/watch/
    47. 47. Streaming47 Animenewsnetwork Partnered with Viz
    48. 48. Resources and helpful information Short list of some US Distributors • NISAmerica• • SentaiFilmworks• • DarkHorse• •Bandai• • AniplexUSA• • MangaEntertainment • •Discotek• Full List Located on the AnimeNewsNetwork:http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/compan y.php?list=licensing
    49. 49. Resources and helpful information International Music • Amazon• • Last.fm• • Pandora• • OtakuMusicRadio•• AOL Online Free Radio• • Online Radios• Events •Youtube• • Otakon Music Festival • • AnimeNext • • NYCC • • Kotoricon • • KBS Concert •
    50. 50. Resources and helpful informationFurman, M. “Anime and Manga Fever: Programs and collections for Teens” (2011).http://www.mpla.us/documents/handouts/2011/furman.pdfHalsall , J. “Anime goes mainstream: theres something for everyone, so get in on theact" 2010. http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/printissue/currentissue/886355-427/anime_goes_mainstream_theres_something.html.cspFletcher-Spear, K. The Anime-ted Library (2005)http://www.voya.com/2010/09/18/the-anime-ted-libraryBrenner, R.E. Understanding Manga and anime (2007)Galbraith, P.W. The Otaku Encyclopedia (2009)Kim, P.H. Korean Pop In History: From American imports to Asian exports.http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/~pkim/kpophist.pdf
    51. 51. Resources and helpful information"The History of Anime and Manga." Nova Online Home Page. Web. 18 Oct. 2011."Should My Kids Watch Anime?" Anime News, Reviews, FAQs and Interviews fromYour Guide at About.com. Web. 19 Oct. 2011."Buyers Guide to Anime Genres and Themes." Anime News, Reviews, FAQs andInterviews from Your Guide at About.com. Web. 19 Oct. 2011.Anime and Manga Collection Development for Librarianshttps://sites.google.com/site/animemangaforlibrarians/referencesGarcia, H. A Geek in Japan: Discovering the Land of Manga, Anime, Zen, and theTea Ceremony (2011)Fukuya, T. The History of J-POP http://www.t-fukuya.net/j-pop.pdfWikipedia. J-Rock: Japanese Rock Music.http://www.gojapango.com/culture/j_rock.html
    52. 52. Contact Information Jen Schureman jschureman@gcls.orgLanora MelilloSPLYouths@gmail.com@librarianbunny Notice: All images are being used for educational purposes. For image/video removal request, contact Melillo @ Lanora.Melillo@bccls.org
    53. 53. Created by: Jen Schureman, Gloucester County Library The Anime Club of Gloucester County Library (Mullica Hill Branch) – theme & slides 1, 6, 11, part of 13, 15, & 17 Lanora Melillo, Secaucus Public Library53 Notice: All images are being used for educational purposes. For image/video removal request, contact Melillo @ Lanora.Melillo@bccls.org

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