Recent Examples of anime from the Web
Thanks to YouTube user Narmak, SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and more from SpongeBob SquarePants finally get the anime treatment after nearly 20 years on Nickelodeon.
About 75 people and groups competed in categories including pop culture, fantasy and historical and anime, said Rob Silva, an event staff volunteer.
SnapChat was also previously under fire for its '4.20/Bob Marley' and ‘anime-inspired’ filters.
The film is the 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell and its illustrations give the movie an instantly iconic look.
Some conventions focus on comic books, science fiction or anime.
As one of the most popular manga in recent memory, Death Note has been adapted countless times in its native Japan, most famously in an anime series that ran from 2006 to 2007 and is streaming on Netflix and Hulu.
Ghost in the Shell (July 7) Scarlett Johansson dons a skin-tight body suit as a cyborg cop on the trail of a mysterious hacker in this lavish live-action adaptation of the anime classic.
Ninety percent of foes couldn’t hold a candle to my plucky squad of anime archetypes, who were seemingly able to catch bullets with their teeth and cut through molecules with their blades.
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Origin and Etymology of anime
First Known Use: 1985See Words from the same year
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