Hey this is my site for my things!


This is an antholagy(collection of pices) of anime and manga.......injoy

Essay of anime


Anime themes are universal. They mostly involve political issues, human emotions, and fantasy. The genre has accomplished this through creative storytelling and audience relations to the character. Also, it has pulled in issues and ideas that would not be allowed to air in the United States and therefore has not been seen by many, but for the few series that have made it over they have begun to show Americans that cartoons are not just for kids.

Political issues are one of the main ideas of Anime. The genre has utilized this to relay the message of political issues more easily to a larger audience of viewers. This is what makes Anime different from American cartoons where there is no real strong message being sent. American animation mostly comprise of comedic family oriented ideas that appeal to children. An issue such as excessive police force was used in one of Animes more popular movies. The movie The Tank Police is a perfect example of this. The people in the movie live in an apocalyptic future where the world has gone dark and criminals are run the streets. When the world turned bad the police were overwhelmed and beaten back to their bases. In order to return order to the streets the Governor gave




Top Ten Anime!


This is what the most popular anime in japan are... 

A Anime Song from my favorite serise


Deth Note is one vary popular manga(like a pictures novel)

Here is the plot to the manga

 Light Yagami is an extremely intelligent young man who resents what appears to be a relentless increase of crime and corruption in the world around him. His life undergoes a drastic change when he discovers a mysterious notebook, known as the "Death Note", lying on the ground. The Death Note's instructions claim that if a human's name is written within it, that person shall die. Light is initially skeptical of the notebook's authenticity, but after experimenting with it, he realizes that the Death Note is real. After meeting with the previous owner of the Death Note, ashinigami named Ryuk, Light seeks to become "the God of the New World" by passing his keen judgment on those he deems to be evil or who get in his way.

Soon, the number of inexplicable deaths of reported criminals catches the attention of the International Police Organization and a mysterious detective known only as "L". L quickly learns that the serial killer, dubbed by the public as "Kira" (キラ?, derived from the typical Japanese pronunciation of the English word "killer"), is located in Japan. He also concludes that Kira can kill people without laying a finger on them. Light realizes that L will be his greatest nemesis, and a game of psychological cat and mouse between the two begins.


published by wiki 

Heres a pome about L (from Deth Note)


Logic and thinking is what he does,
no family no friends,
candy's a must.

His habits are bad,
his tooth is quite sweet,
he never wears socks or shoes on his feet.

wrote down his name,
sealed his own fate,
counting his time,
twenty-three days.

I saw him smile,
once apon a time,
winning at games,
and solving a crime.

But now he's gone,
just memories remain,
i'll think of him always in sunshine or rain.

His loose white shirt,
and black long hair,
his dark wide-eyes,
did anyone care?

And even now,
with everything done,
I always smile,
at the fact that he won.





Why is anime soo popular

Anime is very popular because of its unique drawing, it is similar to human drawings but in a cartoonish way. Our american cartoons are much more simple, and some people just call it dumb, and soon get unenerested. Anime is muchly loved because its the same style, but done in different ways for the large variety of different shows. The most popular would be Naruto, Naruto Shippuden (sequel to that series) Bleach, deathnote, and Full Metal Alchemist, those I have actaully watched half through. Another reason anime is so popular is because of the girls and boy's looks. You can find more apealing women and men in anime, and lastly, becuase they have exciting story plots and characters, they have more life added to the drawing. Its all in the detail and apeal of the anime. 

Anime nerd?

usually influenced at a young age by older anime such as pokemon, sailor moon, card captor sakura, and yugioh. (your average popular high school student probably watched two or three of these as a child. they grew up to become obsessed with society's opinions.) an anime nerd is simply someone who doesn't give a shit what other people think and has not lost sight of their inner child. their appearance can range from ugly to the most beautiful girl/guy you have ever seen. they have respect for the art form that is anime. once or twice a year they may spend their time at an anime convention making money or having fun (meeting new people, hanging out with friends, etc.). an anime nerd knows how to enjoy life (unlike some people). an anime nerd could be the person living next door. they could be the bag boy/girl at your grocery store. they could be your high school english teacher. they could be the man/woman you married twenty years ago.

The Historical Roots of Manga

This story originally appeared in PW Comics Week on April 8, 2008 Sign up now!

By Kai-Ming Cha -- Publishers Weekly, 4/7/2008 9:14:00 PM

Brigitte Koyama-Richard is a professor at Musashi University in Tokyo where she teaches art history and comparative literature. She has written books about traditional Japanese art, but her latest book,One Thousand Years of Manga, recently published by Flammarion, centers on the history of the great popular art of Japanese comics, or manga. Beginning with scrolls of Japanese art that date back to the 12th century and wood block prints, as well as early 19th century Japanese comics—that look like imitations of their western counterparts—Koyama-Richard unfolds the rich history of art in Japan and how it led to today’s art of manga.

Unlike other Japanese art books that focus on either the classic prints of Hokusai and Hiroshige or manga-influenced contemporary pop art by the likes of Yoshitomo Nara, Koyama-Richard examines manga’s winding historical path starting from the 12th century scroll painter-priest Toba Sôjô to nouvelle manga-ka Jiro Taniguchi and Studio Ghibli, the animation studio founded by anime master Hayao Miyazaki. Indeed much like Japan itself, One Thousand Years of Manga is anchored in tradition and ritual while also reaching for something new and contemporary. PW Comics Week interviewed Koyama-Richard via email with the aide of Flammarion managing editor Kate Mascaro who kindly translated.

heres a sculpture of a Snow Totro

There are many anime manga and many lovere wourld widethank you for reading...