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The Current Fad Of Anime Cartoons In America And How It Affects You

Geposted am Saturday 3 August 2013

These days, if you take the time to flip on just about any traditional cartoon channel, there is a good chance that you will see an anime show on TV within your first hour or so of watching. This is because anime has taken the world by storm and has grown hugely in popularity ever since the early 2000s when shows like Pokemon and Dragon Ball Z first emerged and became popular. Ever since, the popularity of anime has ebbed and flowed, but today (Continue reading…)

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Anime’s Rise As The Most Popular Cartoon Style

Geposted am Tuesday 18 June 2013

When it comes to cartoons these days, many people are surprised to hear that more children prefer watching anime-style cartoons over any other type. For those who are unfamiliar with anime, it is essentially the style of Japanese cartoons that was made popular by TV shows such as Pokemon. These days, there are a number of anime cartoons that are out there and being broadcast on television stations across the globe. So what has led to this rise in popularity for anime television?

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The Best Online Websites To Purchase Anime

Geposted am Sunday 21 April 2013

Anime enthusiasts often have a hard time trying to find the best place to purchase their anime products. While Amazon does offer anime for sale, it may not be the best place to purchase your movies. Specialty online stores will often have a larger variety of products at more affordable prices.

Animenation.com

Animenation.com has a selection of over 800 different anime titles to choose from on their website. Users have given them high ratings and they offer superior customer service. You (Continue reading…)

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Anime Review – Code Geass

Geposted am Friday 20 April 2012

Anime has really permeated the American cartoon market to such an extent that, now, even our American cartoons borrow cues from anime conventions. We even show more Japanese animation (or anime) on our television than we used to. Doesn’t matter if you have directv or cable, chances are you have seen anime and with so much of it flooding the market it can be difficult sifting through the good stuff and the crap.

Code Geass is an anime that would very much fit within the former as opposed to the latter and only if by “the good stuff” you mean exemplary forms of storytelling. In a market defined mostly by over-exposition and a complete lack of subtlety, Code Geass is a bit of an oddball often likened to TV’s LOST or 24 in terms of intrigue and twists and turns. You never quite know what the protagonist, Lelouch, has up his sleeve as he goes from mere child prodigy to eventual savior of Japan, but you’re with him every step of the way, questioning his motives and often times being surprised by his actions. In fact, that is where Code Geass defines itself the most is with deep and interesting characters that all have their own story and agenda. Code Geass is the perfect blend of style and substance and it’s really the way anime ought to be.

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The Best Places To Watch Anime Films

Geposted am Tuesday 2 August 2011

Anime, a style of Japanese animation, has become popular in America. Dragon Ball Z, the original Transformers cartoon and the old series, Star Blazers are examples of the genre. When older fans watch Anime, they are not looking for the cartoons aimed at children, unless they are watching the film for nostalgic reasons. Anime has become popular in the United States, but you cannot watch it in most theaters. You may wonder where you can watch it if the theater is not an option.Didn’t catch that? This explains it.

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Becoming An Anime Artist On Your Own

Geposted am Friday 29 July 2011

The success of cartoons, movies and anime’s continues to grow throughout the world. Movie actors and anime artist can profit from this industry. Actors alone can make over three million dollars a year. Anime artist can gross even more, depending on work experience. Popular anime cartoons such as Dragon Ball Z and Fist Of The North Star are considered the best of all-time. Most of their employees work from home, while others work in the company building.

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How To Draw A Successful Anime Cartoon On Your Own

Geposted am Thursday 28 July 2011

Anime is one of the most trendy and leading cartoon styles that is on television. The Japanese art has been absorbed across the world as a wonderful form of animation that kids and adults enjoy. Many people often doodle anime figures on their own trying to develop a sense of style. Making characters can be a difficult task when drawing anime but it does not need be difficult. Following proper proportion procedures, drawing anime can be an easy task that everyone can enjoy no matter what their talent level is.

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The Best Voice Actors In Anime

Geposted am Tuesday 26 July 2011

Anime has become a popular alternative to the standard cartoon we watch in America. This is a direct result of quality voice actors who bring character and passion to the characters in anime episodes. Some of the top voice actors are from America and Japan, such as, Steven Blum, Megumi Hayashibara, Vic Mignogna, and Justin Cook. Steven Blum had starring roles as Spike Spiegel on the series Cowboy Bebop and Mugen on the anime series Samurai Champloo. He is also well known in the video game industry as he was the voice for Tank Dempseyin Call of Duty: World (Continue reading…)

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