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* ''Anime/CrayonShinChanTheAdultEmpireStrikesBack''

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* ''Anime/MyLittleGoat''

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* ''Manga/CojiCoji''

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** ''Anime/RozenMaiden'' (a.k.a. ''Rozen Maiden (2004)'')


-->-- '''Creator/OsamuTezuka''', a.k.a. The Godfather of Anime/{{Manga}}

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-->-- '''Creator/OsamuTezuka''', a.k.a. The Godfather of Anime/{{Manga}}
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It is a commonly held misconception that the term ''anime'' is derived from French. It's actually a loanword of the short form (アニメ) for the Japanese word ''animeeshon'' (アニメーション), itself a loanword from English. Older sources will often refer to anime by the more descriptive term "Japanimation", an obvious portmanteau of ''Japan'' and ''animation''. This terminology fell out of style in the West in TheNineties with the rise of the first generation of OccidentalOtaku. Anime's trademark visual style is shared with {{Manga}} (Japanese comic books and graphic novels); in both cases, it is inherited from the work of earlier authors/artists such as Creator/OsamuTezuka, who is arguably the father of modern Japanese manga and anime, and [[http://martinecotton.com/frangipani/2003/05/03/junichi-nakahara-the-godfather-of-manga/ Junichi Nakahara]], a godfather of manga art.

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It is a commonly held misconception that the term ''anime'' is derived from French. It's actually a loanword of the short form (アニメ) for the Japanese word ''animeeshon'' (アニメーション), itself a loanword from English. Older sources will often refer to anime by the more descriptive term "Japanimation", an obvious portmanteau of ''Japan'' and ''animation''. This terminology fell out of style in the West in TheNineties with the rise of the first generation of OccidentalOtaku. Anime's trademark visual style is shared with {{Manga}} (Japanese comic books and graphic novels); in both cases, it is inherited from the work of earlier authors/artists such as Creator/OsamuTezuka, who is arguably the father of modern Japanese manga and anime, and [[http://martinecotton.com/frangipani/2003/05/03/junichi-nakahara-the-godfather-of-manga/ Junichi Nakahara]], a godfather of manga art.


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-->-- '''Creator/OsamuTezuka''', a.k.a. The Godfather of {{Anime}}/{{Manga}}

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-->-- '''Creator/OsamuTezuka''', a.k.a. The Godfather of {{Anime}}/{{Manga}}
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* ''Anime/AggressiveRetsuko'' (a.k.a. ''Aggretsuko'')''Anime/{{Aggretsuko}}''


* ''Manga/DaiNoDaibouken''


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