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  1. Some amazing facts about anime and manga I found on the INTERNET... So let's start... 🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦🍦 #1 Anime is, in fact, an abbreviated pronunciation of Animation in Japan. It began in 1917 by Japanese artists : Shimokawa Oten, Jun'ichi Kouchi and Seitaro Kitayama. ______________________________________________ #2 Anime is not synonymous with "cartoon" despite the popular belief held by the "Uneducated" masses. Anime is considered to be an art form by those who appreciate it. A wide range of audiences are targeted with complicated, in depth and emotional storylines. ______________________________________________ #3 In Japan, there are more than 40 new animes appear on television per week. ______________________________________________ #4 In Japan, more paper are used to print manga than toilet paper. ______________________________________________ #5 All genres are represented, but Sci-Fic is by far the most popular ; Robots, post-apocalyptic metropolises and motorcycles are all staples of the art form. ______________________________________________ #6 TEZUKA Osamu is the most famous manga artist in Japan. ______________________________________________ #7 One of the interesting things about manga is that it is widely read by women. ______________________________________________ #8 Most famous music video based on "Ghost in the Shell". ______________________________________________ #9 All manga is drawing by hand. ______________________________________________ #10 in Japanese, manga means "Whimsical Pictures". ______________________________________________ #11 One Piece, which is most popular manga in Japan was supposed to run for maximum 5 years, but Oda ( Author of OP) continued it till date (18 years) and it's still going on without any sign of stopping. _____________________________________________ #12 Kishimoto (Author of Naruto), when he was developing the original Naruto manga, initially had not intended to create Sasuke ! After speaking with his editor about the future of the series, he was advised to create a rival for the main character of the series, which result in Sasuke's creation. _____________________________________________ #13 In Japan it's common that after someone does not to keep a manga volume anymore, they leave it somewhere such as a table or just a bench for someone to pick it up. _____________________________________________ #14 The anime Death Note was banned in China as it became so popular that kids used to buy Death Note Notebooks and write the names of all people they hated and wished them to die !! ______________________________________________ #15 Each resident of Japan spends around 30 £ for manga each year. ______________________________________________ #16 "Manga Cafés" are available in Japan. Readers can enjoy their favorite manga with a cup of coffee. ______________________________________________ #17 In the manga industry, it's normal to see the author dating with the corresponding editor, especially male editor and female author !! ______________________________________________ #18 The first anime,in 1917, was a two minutes clip of samurai testing his new sword. ______________________________________________ #19 Anime is a japanese word. They don't use plural, so anime = anime not animes XD ______________________________________________ #20 Mangas are read backwards for North American from right to left...

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