1 Japanese Manga Anime Does Art Imitate Life 2 A BRIEF HISTORY 3 6th-7th Century Buddhist Scrolls 4 17th-18th Century
5 Hokusai (1760-1849)
Coined the term manga (whimsical pictures)
6 Western Influence in the 19th and 20th Century
The Yellow Kid
7 Osamu Tezuka The Father of Manga and Anime
Post WW II era
1947 New Treasure Island (Shintakarajima)
1951 Astro Boy (Tetsuwan Atomu)
8 REFLECTION OF CULTUREQuotes Taken from The University of Michigans That Anime Project 9 Evidence of Spirituality
Sailor Mars (Raye) in Sailor Moon
Li-kun in Card Captor Sakura
10 Evidence of Spirituality
In My Neighbor Totoro Satsuki and Mei are two Japanese children who discover the joys of rural living as they befriend the Totoros--cuddly forest gods--and deal with their mothers recovery from illness.
11 Evidence of Spirituality
This landmark series Neon Genesis Evangelion chronicles the transformation of a boy--Shinji Ikari--from selfishness to a kind of heroism set against a backdrop of post-nuclear Judeo-Christian (sorta) apocalypse. Heavy emphasis on cosmology giant robot battles and personal responsibility.
12 Its Not Easy Being Young
Battle Athletes follows the life of Akari Kanzaki a young girl yearning to win the title of Cosmic Beauty - a competition held in space to determine the most athletic woman in the galaxy. Akari must live up to her mothers legacy who was a three time Cosmic Beauty and a role model for all the young women in the series.
13 Its Not Easy Being Young
In order to get into college Japanese students have to take intense comprehensive entrance exams similar to the SAT but cover a wider range of subjects are much harder and more of a determining factor in ones admittance to a schoolIf a student fails his/her exams they dont go to college. Its that simple. Consequently entrance exams are a stressful part of student life. The first episodes of Maison Ikkoku follow Godai-san a ronin that has failed his entrance exams the year preceding the story and his battle to study for college entrance exams.
14 Barefoot Gen (Hidashi no Gen)Written by Keiji NakazawaDirected by Mori Masaki1983
Gen loses his brother sister and father to the atomic bomb that hit Hiroshima during World War II. He and his mother struggle to survive in the aftermath of the nuclear holocaust. This film based on a semi-autobiographical series of manga is one of the best movies about the Pacific War ever made.
15 Interested in Manga or Anime
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