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    Now i thinks it's time for the world to acknowledge something that makes the world better. Something that has prevented suicide, changed people's lives for the better, and may have turned them into what people they are today. Ladies and gentleman! I'm talking about ANIME! Anime is able to help people with depression, anxiety, or other “Mental issues” as people would call it. I , being one of these victims back in my kiddy years went through a lot of depression until i found anime, because of how its made and what's included in it to feed your mind. First of all, Anime is created with vivid colors! Many anime shows have distinctive art techniques that use colors in beautiful and bright ways. Being exposed to all of these colors on the daily…

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    Japanese Anime Analysis

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    Throughout the recent years, Japanese animation, specifically within the genre of anime and anime films, has been a steadily growing and dedicated following within American subculture. With the more popular anime being systematically introduced to the American public, creating “a massive expansion and organization of American fans of Japanese animation; clubs, conventions, and fanzines dedicated to anime and its fandom culture have sprung up on college campuses and in large cities all over the…

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    Best-Unexpected Anime Merchandise Retailers Anime is everywhere. Whether you are a weeaboo, with a modern taste for anime shows like Knights of Sidonia, or more of an otaku, with your love of shows like Fist of the North Star, you are sure to want to fill your life with cool anime merchandise. The great thing for anime and manga lovers is how there’s now abundance of shops that sell little treats. We listed a few of the best shops for anime merchandise. Our selection includes many so-called…

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    Anime Vs American Culture

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    I remember the first time I watched anime. It was back in 2008 when I was a second grader. I had gotten my first laptop, and I decided to surf YouTube to watch my favorite cartoon at the time. A few episodes in, I stumbled upon an anime called Shugo Chara on the recommendation column and clicked on it. It immediately drew me in because of the animation and over time, the plot and the morals in the anime made me an official anime fan. After I discovered anime my perspective on life and ideals…

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    The Weeaboo’s Prologue I’m not a weeaboo! I’m j-just an anime enthusiast. I know about Japan because I study it! I’m praaactically fluent in Japanese! Reading manga doesn’t define me as a person, you know. I’ve been super into Japan for, like, ever. I’ve been drawing anime for who knows how long. I swear, my funeral certificate is gonna list my cause of death as Japanese snacks! I wonder if they’ll save my art. The doujinshi I draw is too good to be forgotten! Y’know, with handsome guys in…

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    The Anime discourse community is made up of people who are fans of Japanese animated productions and Manga who are sometimes referred to as “otaku”. Not all members would identify with that term because of its derogatory connotations in Japan. People involved in the community come from a wide demographic, from many walks of life, and a wide range of ages. The discourse community allows them to come together to share their love of Japanese animation and Manga. A love and enthusiasm that some…

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    “Anime,” or japanese animation as it’s referred to, is a form of animation made in Japan that is broadcasted on television or streamed through dedicated streaming websites and services. Although highly popular throughout the world, it is gaining popularity throughout the U.S. While traditional American television is the staple among viewers in the U.S, it can be strongly argued that anime is better than traditional American TV. One particular reason why anime is better than traditional American…

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    Shaoran) is a fictional character from CLAMP's anime and manga series Cardcaptor Sakura. At the start of the series, Syaoran appears as an antagonist. Being a descendant of Clow Reed, he believes that he should be the one to inherit the magical Clow cards than Sakura. He often criticizes her for her flaws but as the story progresses, he becomes Sakura's reliable ally and friend despite their differences. Sakura Kinomoto Sakura Kinomoto (木之本 さくら, Kinomoto Sakura) is a fictional character, the…

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    Spirited Away, the anime film directed by Hayao Miyazaki, depicts a fantasy story of a young girl Chihiro accidentally enters a town ruled by witches and gods. Chihiro need to find a job in order to survive and save her parents who are turned into pigs. During her stay, Chihiro works hard and finally finds a way to save her parents and go back to the real world. In this essay, I want to discuss how does Spirited Away reflected issues of Japanese society in 1990s. Japan experienced strong…

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    Manga Research Paper

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    Friendship is the strongest thing in the world. With true friends beside,one can do anything and everything which he wants to achieve.With true friends who wont backstab you and belive in you, people can do wonders.Behind every successfull man is a friend who supported him when everyone lost hope in what he wanted to achieve.One piece teaches the readers that a person is free to do whatever he wants to do. If one has the guts and courage to follow his passions, no matter how much anyone tries to…

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