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Isao Takahata, the legendary anime director that co-founded Studio Ghibli alongside Hayao Miyazaki, has died.
In Arabic with English subtitles.—W.Addiego Big Fish & Begonia Miyazaki-like Chinese anime drawing on ancient fairy tales about a teenage girl who tries to restore the boy who saved her to human form after his death.
Teen Anime Club Open to all teen anime fans aged 13-19.
There to assist is Warner Bros., who flings wide the doors of its massive catalog for the biggest IP mashup since Wreck-It Ralph; the result, at least in the movie's kinetic in-VR setpieces, is a super smash-cut of movie, gaming, and anime icons.
An artist in Sweden posted an anime-style hero portrait of Mr. Evans that quickly got 10,000 likes on Instagram.
Hundreds of fans of comics, movies, anime, gaming, cosplay and more gathered at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex's South Exhibition Hall this weekend for the first-ever Alabama Comic Con, organized by AVC Conventions in Mississippi.
The Japan of the film is less a real place than a staging ground for a set of cinematic references: Kurosawa, anime, etc.
The forum site has active communities organized around everything from skincare to anime.
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Origin and Etymology of anime
First Known Use: 1985See Words from the same year
ANIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of anime for English Language Learners
: a style of animation that was created in Japan and that uses colorful images, strong characters, and stories that have a lot of action
ANIME Defined for Kids
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