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animedvd-yosh : Word Usage in Anime

2011-12-04T18:42:09.398-08:00

In Japan the term anime is not set, an animation of the nation of origin or style, but it serves as a reference, a collective term for all forms of animation from around the world. English dictionaries define anime as "Japanese style of animated film" "Developed a kind of animation in Japan." or


Hire non-Japanese plants, the stylization of the cartoon series is commonly known as "anime-influenced
Animation, "but this is not a spectator who does not know the origin of this unusual material refer to simply as "anime". Some of the works of co-productions with non-Japanese companies, like most of the traditionally animated Rankin / Bass works, the Cartoon Network and Production IG series Oban Star-Racers or IGPX, the audience is other or not this anime.


In English, anime, when used as a noun, usually works as a mass m is used (for example: "Do you see anime"
"How much anime have you collected?"). But in the occasional use of the word appears as a series of nouns.
Anime can be used as an adjective or a noun suppletive classifier ("The anime Guyver is different from the movie Guyver").(image)



animedvd-yosh : About Anime

2011-12-04T19:06:43.820-08:00

Anime is the Japanese abbreviated pronunciation of "animation". The definition sometimes changes depending on the context.
In English-speaking countries, the term most commonly refers to Japanese animated cartoons.


While the earliest known Japanese animation dates to 1917, and many original Japanese cartoons were produced in the ensuing decades,
the characteristic anime style developed in the 1960s—notably with the work of Osamu Tezuka—and became known outside Japan in the 1980s.
Anime, like manga, has a large audience in Japan and recognition throughout the world. Distributors can release anime via television broadcasts, directly to video, or theatrically, as well as online.


Both hand-drawn and computer-animated anime exist. It is used in television series, films, video, video games, commercials, and internet-based releases, and represents most, if not all, genres of fiction. As the market for anime increased in Japan, it also gained popularity in East and Southeast Asia. Anime is currently popular in many different regions around the world.(image)



animedvd-yosh – Anime History: 1963, The year of Astro Boy, Tetsujin 28 and 8 Man

2011-12-04T19:08:59.952-08:00

With the newfound create animation industry firmly established in Japan, further research could offer this manga was more to be achieved. Many species in the field of animation in this period, especially what even science fiction. As a nation, Japan has always been an advocate of technology, the boundaries of the extraordinary measures. This attitude probably reflects more the ball animation where many of today's Japanese animated series rely heavily on the implementation of science-fiction fandom important elements in Garner. The inclusion of robots, cyborgs, androids and all play a role in the enrichment of the atmosphere of the series many shows a singularity that can not be found in Japanese animation. 1963 was a year that the basis for the study of science fiction, Japanese animation and its resounding effects can noticeably down to this day.In 1963, the Japan release of the first series of Mushi, saw the Tetsuwan Atom (Astro Boy) has. Set in a world where humans and robots live together, the series followed the life of a boy robot named "Astro," by a scientist named Dr. Tenma, to reproduce his son, who died in a tragic accident, created. Published earlier in the year 1951 are as a nuclear weapon Taishi (Ambassador Atom) by Osamu Tezuka Manga-ka, the character and his adventures in the form of comics in the magazine Shonen published until 1968. The animated film was created in black and white animation techniques were used to produce the show very limited in scope, especially on the craft of animation is as new as it was. The main character in the series, perhaps the most famous of all character Tezuka was a remarkable success in Japan. Audiences and critics agree that Tetsuwan Atom fantastic animation production for this period offers a sense of nostalgia for most Japanese. Atom was essentially the first robot of its kind in the Japanese animation and created a completely new way to subscribe to the many creative people in the following years.Tezuka, Disney-inspired drawings and stories, including a large influence on the animation in Japan is trying for years to come, with lots of style involvement in their own works. The series was finally released in America in 1963 and consists of the name Astro Boy, consisting of only 104 193 changed his first episode, and the takeover of the editing changes to a part of U.S. companies. "Tetsuwan Atom (Astro Boy)" - 1963If you can see Tetsuwan Atom as a creative force behind the production of such a landmark, as well Tetsujin 28, the participation of robots in the film to improve, they are recognized explicitly by the first giant-robot series. Was created by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, who was originally from a manga series in 1956-similar to Tezuka published in Shonen Magazine and was published later adapted into a TV series of 13 episodes. The plot follows the creation of a giant robot created to help save the Japanese Empire during World War II. After 27 failures, the role of scientist Dr. Kaneda to create a working model, the Model 28 was a success. With the war coming to an end, Dr. Kaneda is suddenly ill and died, but not before the decision, Tetsujin 28 is used to his little son, Shotaro, fight villains it for the good of mankind. Tetsujin 28 has all the elements into a new kind of animation to the robotic animations. So in 1963, Tetsujin 28 came into play TCJ (Television Corporation of Japan), whose company was the first broadcast animation production, and consisted of 97 episodes and until 1966. As with Tetsuwan Atom, the series was produced entirely in black and white. The appearance of the robot with its massive, tiny odd-shaped head and body aches, and controlled by a remote control for some mixed reactions. Meeting with success at the time of investigation, the series finally, a very influential within the world of animation, with many middle future, as the world presented by Yokoyama and his company. In addition, in 1980, TMS has produced a new color palette played Tetsujin 28, the tribute to the original with t[...]