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Japanimation manga anime by now these terms have become widely known This style of Japanese art with its cartoony people and very detailed machinery has taken this country by storm and has many influences in American movies and comic books In this essay I will first show that both anime Japanese term for animation and manga Japanese term for comic books have sufficient contact with the American culture to generate influence and then proceed to point out some of the things that show this influence The first requirement to influence something is of course contact and both anime and manga excel in this Anime TV shows have been extremely popular for many years now Im sure anyone who had or was a kid during the 1980s knows what the hit TV show Voltron was and this was not the only one Just last year shows like Ronin Warriors and Sailor Moon graced TV sets across the country Even Nickelodeon has or had at least a regular series depicting fairy tales done in the style of anime Of course the logical step from shows on TV is to movies on TV Nickelodeon has run a few But the major station in this category is the Sci-Fi Channel This station has an annual week-long anime festival this year marks their fourth and it plays a different anime movie every Saturday morning Manga can be as big an influence on America as anime Manga comic books yes that is a pleonasm have been imported to the US for many yearsfirst in the original language and then in translated versions by companies such as Studio Proteus which is affiliated with Dark Horse Comics These companies have produced everything from manga based on hit anime movies like Robotech and Project A-ko to manga that would have movies based after them such as Dominion Tank Police and
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