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  • ANIME AND MANGA MADE BY RITVIK
  • Manga
    • The first Manga (Japanese comic book ) were published during the 18th century
    • Literally translated, means “whimsical images
    • Manga like drawing can be traced back to the 12th century
    • The modern manga was however developed after the second world war
  • ANIME
    • Anime are the animated version of the manga
    • Manga script can be adapted to be more convenient for the anime version
  • dOJINSHI
    • Dojinshi also called fanart or fanfiction are fan made images or even sometimes a story
    • Dojinshi can continue a manga (unofficially)
    • Comiket the largest convention with in the world with over 400,000 gathering in 3 days is dedicated to dojinshi
  • Manga influence in North America
    • Manga in north America a has developed from the end of the 20 th to today to became a 180 millions dollars industry
    • At least 40 newspaper has added manga strip to their funny pages
    • Manga is also known to have been making female readers interest in comic
  • ANIME CHARACTHERISTIC
    • Genres with Western Counterparts:
    • Action/Adventure : Anime that primarily focuses on martial arts, sword fighting, or other action oriented material. Examples: Ninja Scroll .
    • Horror : Anime or manga which contains darker themes or science-fictional characters. Examples: Vampire Hunter D series or Wicked City .
    • Progressive: "Art films" or extremely stylized anime. Examples: Voices of a Distant Star or Byōsoku 5 Centimetre .
    • Demographic Genres:
    • Shōjo : Japanese for 'young lady' or 'little girl'. Refers to anime or manga targeted at girls. Examples: Fruits Basket or Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch .
    • Shōnen : Japanese for 'young boy'. Refers to anime or manga targeted at younger boys. Examples: Dragon Ball Z or Naruto .
    • Seinen : Japanese for 'young man'. Anime or manga targeted at teenage or young male adults. Examples: Oh My Goddess! , Outlaw Star or Cowboy Bebop .
    • Josei : Japanese for 'young woman'. Anime or manga that is aimed at young women. Examples: Gokusen .
    • Kodomo : Japanese for 'child'. Anime or manga that is aimed at young children. Examples: Doraemon , Hello Kitty , Keroppi , or Panda-Z .
    • Thematic Genres
    • Bishōjo : Japanese for 'beautiful girl'. A blanket term that can be used to describe any anime that features pretty girl characters. Examples: Magic Knight Rayearth .
    • Bishōnen : Japanese for 'beautiful boy'. A blanket term that can be used to describe any anime that features "pretty" and elegant boys and men. Examples: Fushigi Yūgi or most CLAMP shows.
    • Sentai : Literally "fighting team" in Japanese. Refers to any show that involves a superhero team. Examples: Cyborg 009 .
    • Robot / Mecha : Anime or manga featuring super robots . Examples: Mobile Suit Gundam or Mazinger Z .
    • Post-Apocalyptic : Anime dealing with a post-apocalyptic world. Examples: Neon Genesis Evangelion , Trigun , Akira , or Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
    • Mahō shōjo : Subgenre of shōjo known for 'Magical Girl' stories. Examples: Sailor Moon .
    • Mahō shōnen : Male equivalent of Mahō Shōjo. Examples: D.N.Angel .
    • Moe : Anime or manga featuring characters that are extremely perky or cute. Examples: A Little Snow Fairy Sugar .
    • Expertise: Anime that deals with a specific topic in depth, such as Eyeshield 21 and football, Hikaru no Go and the game Go , Yakitate! Japan and bread-making, etc.
    • Romantic Genres
    • Harem : A genre where several girl characters are attracted to a single boy character (or sometimes to multiple boy characters). It is more often than not a Shonen Anime and may be considered a sub-genre. Examples: Ranma ½ or Love Hina .
      • Reverse Harem: As a Harem anime, but where several boy characters are attracted to a single girl character (or sometimes to multiple girl characters). It is more often than not a Shojo Anime and may be considered a sub-genre. Examples: Ouran Host Club or Fruits Basket .
    • Ecchi : Japanese for 'indecent sexuality', derived from the pronunciation of the letter 'H', (the origin of the term is not well known, even in Japan. See main article for more information.) Contains sexual humor, and some fan service . Examples: Love Hina , Oruchuban Ebichu or He Is My Master .
    • Hentai : Japanese for 'abnormal' or 'perverted'. While Western audiences may use the term to refer to pornographic anime or erotica , in Japan the term used to refer to the same material is typically Poruno or Ero . Examples: La Blue Girl .
    • Shōjo-ai/Yuri : Japanese for 'girl-love'. Refers to anime or manga that focus on love and romance between female characters. It is often being replaced by the term "Girls Love" (GL). Yuri is like Shōjo-ai, but sometimes involves older characters or explicit sexual activity. Examples: Revolutionary Girl Utena or Kannazuki no Miko .
    • Shōnen-ai : Japanese for 'boy-love'. Refers to anime or manga that focus on love and romance between male characters. The term "Shōnen-ai" is being phased out in Japan due to its other meaning of pederasty , and is being replaced by the term "Boys Love" (BL). Examples: Loveless .
    • Yaoi : Like "Shōnen-ai" but often involving older characters and explicit sexual activity. Examples: " Sensitive Pornograph