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  1. Manga, in the sense of narrative multi-panel cartoons made in Japan, originated from Euro-American-style cartoons featured in late 19th-century Japanese publications. The form of manga as speech-balloon-based comics more specifically originated from translations of American comic strips in the 1920s, with several early such manga read left-to-right and the longest-running pre-1945 manga being ...

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    The 1988 film Akira is largely credited with popularizing anime in the Western world during the early 1990s, before anime was further popularized by television shows such as Pokémon and Dragon Ball Z in the late 1990s. By 1997, Japanese anime was the fastest-growing genre in the American video industry.

  3. The history of anime can be traced back to the start of the 20th century, with the earliest verifiable films dating from 1907. Before the advent of film, Japan already had a rich tradition of entertainment with colourful painted figures moving across the projection screen in utsushi-e (写し絵), a particular Japanese type of magic lantern show popular in the 19th century.

  4. In Season 2 Episode 4’s Pop Team Epic: B-Side skit, Pipihara reveals the weapons he stocked within his uniform. Unique to Part A is the inclusion of the Benz Knife owned by Hunter × Hunter character, Chrollo Lucilfer, as a deliberate shoutout to Popuoka and Pipihara's Part A actresses Megumi Han (Popuoka) and Mariya Ise (Pipihara) also ...

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    6. The best place to start is around World War II, since that was the time when the anime and manga (Japanese comics) industry evolved significantly. During World War II the entire Japanese nation was mobilized. The people were forced to conform to the government's demands or pay the ultimate price.

  6. Year 2055, four years after the events in Danball Senki W. LBXs have become the world’s largest hobby, big enough for pro leagues to be established, and people to make their entire living off being an LBX player. 14-year-old Arata is a new transfer student at Kamui Daimon Integrated Academy on Kamui Island, near Japan.

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