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Quick guide to anime and manga, by Robert M. Henderson

Label
Quick guide to anime and manga, by Robert M. Henderson
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Intended audience
Ages 14-18, Referencepoint Press
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Quick guide to anime and manga
Nature of contents
bibliography
Responsibility statement
by Robert M. Henderson
Summary
Anime is Japanese animation. Once a manga series gets popular, it is usually adopted into an anime (pronounced AH-nee-may). There was a time when manga and anime were completely unknown to the world outside Japan. Japanese artists started producing modern-day manga in the mid-1900s. The word manga means "whimsical pictures," and refers to all Japanese comics. There are many genres of anime and manga, including science fiction, romance, horror, action adventure, sports, comedy, and more. This guide covers essential titles and artists and explores why these art forms have captured the imaginations of people worldwide.
Target audience
juvenile
Classification
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