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A simple explanation is in order for this report Manga is Japanese for comic and anime is Japanese for animation Both when used outside of Japan refer directly to Japanese animation and art Often manga and anime are so closely related that they will have the same series in both versions Code Geass for example is a manga and an anime They are almost interchangeable in some cases If someone made mention of Dears or even described part of the story line it wouldnt matter whether they meant the manga version or the anime version However when studied closer there are large differences between the two If taken into context of the difference between anime and manga hundreds of differences could be unearthed therefore art quality quantity and styles need to be brought to light Starting off normal animation runs at thirty frames per second making anime abundant in art quantity Every anime will have several million images in it sometimes reaching billions depending on the length of the episode or show Often frames will be sold as cells a slang term for celluloid Cells are created in batches to form complete sequences or actions in a movie In contrary manga have relatively few images Instead of creating frames manga are drawn in panels Each page is laid out and separated and then each picture is drawn to create a storyboard Even more space is used as rectangular and balloon shapes are reserved in order to place words into the story So manga has much less space and immensely less pages than an anime Though manga is comparable to American comics but is usually left in black and white and drawn from top to bottom right to left Additionally manga has variably little space to convey images However often there is a front cover back cover and inside cover to exhibit the characters in full color over the entire
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