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Mickey Mouse Ni Ugoku Move over Mickey Cartoons are what most children grow up on Watching the wacky antics of the talking cartoon animals and comically drawn human characters can amuse a child to no end Yet when a child grows up cartoons are no longer a socially acceptable and other forms of entertainment have to be found Cartoons are classified as juvenile This is just a tiny glimpse of an American view on American cartoons It is true that cartons are basically made for children but what about teenagers and adults To distinguish between the two groups children and teensadults well call childrens television cartoons and teenadults television animation According to Websters dictionary cartoons are satirical drawings whereas animation is described as a motion picture Animation is a form of cartooning that is taken to a more sophisticated level Plus animation can be enjoyed by a wider variety of audience Unfortunately animators in America try to appeal to a younger market such as children and worry not about the older set of people that enjoy cartoons This is how animation is different because it can be funny and enjoyed by all but without the wacky and silly hijinks of satirical cartoons This is where Japanese Animation steps in According to Dr Ken OConnell Japanese Animation has more layers more complex story lines News This is what may make Japanese Animation more appealing to an older audience To make a generality Japanese Animation is the happy medium between the age gap of children and teensadults plus it can be enjoyed by both groups Besides its entertainment value Japanese Animation has had a great influence on both Japanese and American culture Japanese Animation is like no other animation in the world Its distinct style has never been seen before and thats what sets it apart from all other forms of animation The Jakarta Post says Japanese characters have heart shaped faces perfect bodies
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