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28th Nov '16 8:24:36 PM SockstheCat2000
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* The ''Creator/FujikoFujio'' series, ''Ninja Hattori-kun'', is so popular in India that it led to the reboot of this series as a joint venture between India and Japan.
9th Nov '16 4:38:20 PM Darthrai
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** In French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]". This is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' (known here as ''[[MarketBasedTitle Albator]]'') and ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''. ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' aired for a while there on the French Creator/{{Teletoon}}, in both censored and uncut versions (just like in Europe), but other anime failed to follow suit.

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** In French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]". This is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' (known here there as ''[[MarketBasedTitle Albator]]'') and ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''. ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' aired for a while there on the French Creator/{{Teletoon}}, in both censored and uncut versions (just like in Europe), but other anime failed to follow suit.
26th Oct '16 12:52:59 PM YetAnotherAutist
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** Its popularity also reaches to Latin America, where it's similarly loved, Germany (where it got audioplays and all) and even South Africa, where it was a huge hit in [[TheEighties the Eighties]] and its imported [[AlternativeForeignThemeSong Alternative Foreign Theme Song]] is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOH2tDTfo4k quite]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fQUXQpsOMM popular]] [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xdb3l6_heidi-in-afrikaans_shortfilms with covers]].



* ''Anime/SecretOfCeruleanSand'' is quite a obscure Anime. But in Norway it has a huge fan base. Probably because it's one of the few Animes to be aired there.

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* ''Anime/SecretOfCeruleanSand'' is quite a obscure Anime. But in Norway it has a huge fan base. Probably base, because it's one of the few Animes animes to be aired there. there that's not an obvious choice of anime viewing.



* ''Science Fiction Saiyuki Anime/{{Starzinger}}'' was a smash hit in Sweden in the late eighties, where it was known simply as ''Starzinger''.

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* ''Science Fiction Saiyuki Anime/{{Starzinger}}'' Starzinger'' was a smash hit in Sweden in the late eighties, where it was known simply as ''Starzinger''.



* ''Anime/TheMoomins'' is quite popular in the Nordic countries and Poland. It's still airing in Finland and Norway as of May 2014.

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* ''Anime/TheMoomins'' The nineties ''[[Moomin TheMoomins]]'' anime is quite popular in the Nordic countries and Poland. It's still airing in Finland and Norway as of May 2014.
17th Oct '16 4:25:50 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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** In French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]". This is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' and ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''. ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' aired for a while there on the French Creator/{{Teletoon}}, in both censored and uncut versions (just like in Europe), but other anime failed to follow suit.

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** In French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]". This is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' (known here as ''[[MarketBasedTitle Albator]]'') and ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''. ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' aired for a while there on the French Creator/{{Teletoon}}, in both censored and uncut versions (just like in Europe), but other anime failed to follow suit.
17th Oct '16 4:23:34 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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** It's also popular in Canada and in Arabic speaking countries (many of whom first got the bug from the french translation as they were former french colonial possessions with notable numbers of french-speakers). IT DID get an Arabic dub as well!

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** It's also popular in Canada (particularly in Quebec and New Brunswick) and in Arabic speaking countries (many countries, many of whom first got the bug from the french French translation as they were former french French colonial possessions with notable numbers of french-speakers). IT DID French-speakers. It did get an Arabic dub as well!
13th Oct '16 9:02:13 AM Darthrai
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** In French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]"; this is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' and ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''.

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** In French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]"; this mangas]]". This is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' and ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''.''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''. ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' aired for a while there on the French Creator/{{Teletoon}}, in both censored and uncut versions (just like in Europe), but other anime failed to follow suit.
13th Oct '16 8:58:28 AM Darthrai
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* In English-speaking countries, anime is more popular than manga, to the point that franchises such as ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' got tons more exposure when they were released as anime series. However, in French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]"; this is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' and ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura''.

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* The relative popularity of anime vs. manga in different language regions can qualify:
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In English-speaking countries, anime is more popular than manga, to the point that franchises such as ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' got tons more exposure when they were released as anime series. However, in series.
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French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]"; this is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' and ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura''.''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''.
13th Oct '16 8:57:43 AM Darthrai
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* In English-speaking countries, anime is more popular than manga, to the point that franchises such as ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' got tons more exposure when they were released as anime series. However, in French-speaking countries, manga is more popular than anime, to the point that both are colloquially referred to as "[[{{Pluralses}} mangas]]"; this is especially the case in Quebec, where French-language manga is readily available but French dubs and subs of anime are very hard to come by, apart from a few nostalgic series such as ''Anime/CaptainHarlock'' and ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura''.
4th Oct '16 8:19:07 AM WhatArtThee
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** The current ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY XY]]'' series of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' has been [[SurprisinglyImprovedSequel better received in the West]] [[AmericansHateTingle compared to the reception to]] the ''[[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite BW]]'' season, which was seen as the second DorkAge of the anime in the west.[[note]]The Johto arc was the first.[[/note]] However, back in Japan, reaction is the opposite, the show has become FranchiseZombie, and went from being constantly being in the Top 10 anime in ratings each week, to now only making it once or twice a month if it's lucky. The rise in popularity of the ''Anime/YokaiWatch'' anime has also taken away ''Pokemon'''s title as the top anime on Creator/TVTokyo. This lasted until [[InternetBackdraft the Kalos League]], and [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment nothing more needs to be said]].
22nd Sep '16 10:36:54 AM Kelothan
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* ''Anime/SaberMarionetteJ'' is a cult hit at best outside it's native country... except in Latin America. Most of the episodes found online are from the Spanish dub.
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