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The Japanese animated film is now in its 20th year and it’s only getting better. Not to mention the return of the fans “favorites, who promise new shows and films, as well as a whole range of new anime and manga. The 2020s have a lot to offer not only for fans of anime, but also for the future of the medium itself. It will reshape the nature of our medium and change the way anime fans discover, share and celebrate the shows, movies and shows they love. [Sources: 0]

But don’t sleep over the future of anime — it doesn’t sleep over the future of the anime medium, but over the future of its future fans. [Sources: 0]

Longtime anime fans will remember the days when they had to scour the Internet to keep up with the best Japanese animation. Thankfully, those days are long gone, and much of it is down to Netflix. [Sources: 5]

Join us as we highlight some of the best anime shows from the past, present and future that are now available to all. If you like these shows, then it’s likely that you’re a big fan of anime, but what I mean is that there’s a lot to see there. [Sources: 4, 5]

Everywhere else in the world, people use “anime” to refer specifically to animations outside Japan, and call it “Japan.” [Sources: 4]

The English word “animation,” derived from the Japanese word for animation, “anime” or “aime,” and the English term “anime” describes all animated works in Japanese, regardless of style or origin. Anime is a combination of hand drawing and computer animation originating in Japan. The defining features of the anime art style we know today were first created in the 1960s with the works of Osamu Tezuka. [Sources: 2, 4]

For example, the giant robot genre, also known as Mecha, took shape under Tezuka and developed under Go Nagai, among others. It was revolutionized by Yoshiyuki Tomino, who at the end of the decade developed the genre of “real robots,” thus revolutionizing the genres of super robots under him and others. This distinctive style of art was created in the 1960s with the works of cartoonist Osamu TeZuka, but spread throughout Japan in the following decade, as it reached a large domestic audience. In the 1980s, anime series like the popular “Super Mario Bros.” series became instant classics, and the genre remained one of our most popular for decades to come. [Sources: 2]

Produced by Gainax and directed by Hideaki Anno, television began with the release of the first anime series “Cowboys & Aliens” in 1983 and then “Super Mario Bros.” in 1986. [Sources: 2]

Among the great international successes were “Sailor Moon” and “Dragon Ball Z,” which were dubbed in more than a dozen languages worldwide. In the 1990s anime began to attract more interest in Western countries and productions were released more frequently. The anime itself was openly inspired by popular films such as “Star Wars,” “Super Mario Bros.” and other popular films of the time. [Sources: 2, 3]

It is possible to find anime for almost any age group, and some titles are specifically for younger viewers, while others target a teenage audience older than InuYasha. Some of these titles may be suitable for all ages, such as cartoons with a wide reach and wide appeal, but it is possible that an anime is found that is aimed at only about age groups. [Sources: 3]

It is tempting to consider anime as a genre, as anime tends to lump everything together, but there is no more than animation itself, and so the material is produced. [Sources: 3]

Anime shows, books and films all fall under the umbrella of existing genres such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, science fiction or horror fantasy. [Sources: 3]

Devilman and Crybaby have been a mainstay of Japanese culture since 1972, turning superhero tropes into violent, sexual and seriously intense, with a nihilism that only Neon Genesis Evangelion can achieve. The new adaptation follows the story of Devilman / Cry baby, who uses his demonic connection to save the earth from the literal doom of hell. The moral issues the show explores can sometimes be hard to deal with, but it’s still a fun and entertaining show. [Sources: 5]

You would not have expected Saiki Kusuo’s life to be so disastrous, but the grumpy teenager just wants to be left alone and lead a normal life. [Sources: 5]

If people could buy and watch anime in cinemas, circumvent censorship and avoid public attention on television and in the theatre, I can only assume that the industry would have stepped in quickly. [Sources: 1]

Manga novels and original stories remain popular, and anime would soon prove fertile ground. Left Kaze Ki Uta and right Legend of Galactic Heroes, the first pornographic release of the Hentai series Lolita Anime, while Cream of Lemon from the same year is more famous. [Sources: 1]








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