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* James Paterson's novel series Maximum Ride was adapted into an OEL Manga.


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* A christian comic Tract series called The Truth For Youth uses a manga style.


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* Very disturbingly, there was a toy being sold in a convenience store called "Evil Stick" that had animeesque art on it. I don't really wan't to talk about it so search it up, at your own discretion that is.


* ''Wonder Boy Returns'', produced by a South Korean company, has cute SD characters.



* ''Wonder Boy Returns'', produced by a South Korean company, has cute SD characters.

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* ''Wonder Boy Returns'', produced by a South Korean company, has cute SD characters.


* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance'' has an even more noticeable anime influence than its predecessors, right down to the more expressive faces and brighter color palette. It's even animated by Creator/PolygonPictures, the Japanese studio behind shows like ''Manga/KnightsOfSidonia'', ''Anime/{{Blame}}'' and ''Manga/{{Anin}}'', as well as the animated ''[[Anime/GodzillaPlanetOfTheMonsters Godzilla]]'' films.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance'' has an even more noticeable anime influence than its predecessors, right down to the more expressive faces and brighter color palette. It's even animated by Creator/PolygonPictures, the Japanese studio behind shows like ''Manga/KnightsOfSidonia'', ''Anime/{{Blame}}'' and ''Manga/{{Anin}}'', ''Manga/{{Ajin}}'', as well as the animated ''[[Anime/GodzillaPlanetOfTheMonsters Godzilla]]'' films.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsResistance'' has an even more noticeable anime influence than its predecessors, right down to the more expressive faces and brighter color palette. It's even animated by Creator/PolygonPictures, the Japanese studio behind shows like ''Manga/KnightsOfSidonia'', ''Anime/{{Blame}}'' and ''Manga/{{Anin}}'', as well as the animated ''[[Anime/GodzillaPlanetOfTheMonsters Godzilla]]'' films.


* The BMovie ''AsianSchoolGirls'' contains this as its theme along with [[FanService]].

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* The BMovie ''AsianSchoolGirls'' contains this as its theme along with [[FanService]].FanService.

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* The BMovie ''AsianSchoolGirls'' contains this as its theme along with [[FanService]].


* ''Franchise/ {{StreetFighter}}'' takes inspiration from American cartoons in many ways. The original Street Fighter had an art style reminiscent of 60s action cartoons. Street fighter 2 continued this with an art style similar to 80s saturday morning cartoons.

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* ''Franchise/ {{StreetFighter}}'' ''{{StreetFighter}}'' takes inspiration from American cartoons in many ways. The original Street Fighter had an art style reminiscent of 60s action cartoons. Street fighter 2 continued this with an art style similar to 80s saturday morning cartoons.

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* ''Franchise/ {{StreetFighter}}'' takes inspiration from American cartoons in many ways. The original Street Fighter had an art style reminiscent of 60s action cartoons. Street fighter 2 continued this with an art style similar to 80s saturday morning cartoons.


** Despite only being released (in its [[DolledupInstallment original form at least]]) [[NoExportForYou in Japan]], ''[[VideoGame/PanelDePon Panel De Pon]]'' has an artstyle and themes that are very reminiscent Western Childrens Fantasy franchises like ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' and ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'', especially with the fantasy Magical LadyLand aspect.

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** Despite only being released (in its [[DolledupInstallment original form at least]]) [[NoExportForYou in Japan]], ''[[VideoGame/PanelDePon Panel De Pon]]'' has an artstyle and themes theme that are very reminiscent draws heavy influence from Western Childrens Fantasy franchises Children's HighFantasy series like ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' and ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'', especially with the fantasy Magical LadyLand aspect.''Franchise/MyLittlePony''.

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** Despite only being released (in its [[DolledupInstallment original form at least]]) [[NoExportForYou in Japan]], ''[[VideoGame/PanelDePon Panel De Pon]]'' has an artstyle and themes that are very reminiscent Western Childrens Fantasy franchises like ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' and ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'', especially with the fantasy Magical LadyLand aspect.


* ''Animation/LeafieAHenIntoTheWild'' is infamous for being a TearJerker film with {{bishonen}} ducks but is a Korean film.

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* ''Animation/LeafieAHenIntoTheWild'' is infamous for being a TearJerker film with {{bishonen}} ducks ducks, but is a Korean film.



* ''VisualNovel/MissingStars'' is an English language visual novel SpiritualSuccessor inspired by ''Katawa Shoujo'' set in a European school. It has animesque character designs. The finalized art is a bit more western than the early concept art, however it is still animesque.

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* ''VisualNovel/MissingStars'' is an English language visual novel that has animesque character designs. It is a SpiritualSuccessor inspired by ''Katawa Shoujo'' set in a European school. It has animesque character designs.school. The finalized art is a bit more western than the early concept art, however it is still animesque.



* Main/{{Korean Webtoon}}s are often in an animesque style, though they usually avoid AnimeHair and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair unnatural hair colors]]. This often causes people to mistake series like ''Webcomic/TheFriendlyWinter'' or ''Webcomic/NineteenTwentyOne'' as Japanese.

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* Main/{{Korean {{Korean Webtoon}}s are often in an animesque style, though they usually avoid AnimeHair and [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair unnatural hair colors]]. This often causes people to mistake series like ''Webcomic/TheFriendlyWinter'' or ''Webcomic/NineteenTwentyOne'' as Japanese.


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* ''Webcomic/SleeplessDomain'' uses a western art-style but it is an anime-inspired webcomic involving {{Magical Girl}}s.


** ''Clockwork Knight'' is about a LivingToy soldier named Sir Tongara de Pepperouchau III rescuing the princess Chelsea. It uses a digitized art style comparable to popular western made games during the era like ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' and ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'', and the soundtrack emphasizes genres like jazz and ragtime.

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** ''Clockwork Knight'' ''VideoGame/ClockworkKnight'' is about a LivingToy soldier named Sir Tongara de Pepperouchau III rescuing the princess Chelsea. It uses a digitized art style comparable to popular western made games during the era like ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' and ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'', and the soundtrack emphasizes genres like jazz and ragtime.

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* The 70s and 80s saw many mangas inspired by contemporary American and European media, some even set in America. Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra is like {{Film/Barbarella}} meets EagleLand, and Manga/MadBull34 is EagleLand incarnate.


** ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' is the most blatant example, being intentionally made with a western market in mind. Early character designs were influenced by the simplistic rounded designs of old classic cartoons like Mickey Mouse or Felix the Cat, there's an emphasis on techno, rap, and rock for a lot of the music throughout the series, and the general "attitude" was to appeal to the "rebellious" nature commonly associated with countries like the United States.

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** ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' is the most blatant example, being intentionally made with a western market in mind. Early done deliberately so to appeal to the Western market. The character designs were of mainly the FunnyAnimals are influenced by the simplistic rounded designs design of old classic cartoons like Mickey Mouse or Felix the Cat, there's UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, an emphasis on techno, rap, and rock for a lot of the music throughout the series, and the general "attitude" [[MascotWithAttitude "attitude"]] was to appeal to the "rebellious" nature commonly associated with countries like the United States.

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