The history of Japanese animation. Timothy DE GUZMAN. What is Anime? And how does it differ from the rest? .
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Timothy DE GUZMAN
Cultural nuances: Japan's history, language and worldview are woven into a great deal of anime on many levels.
Storytelling: The best anime, though, no matter what their length, all demand great emotional involvement from the viewer.
Artwork: Flamboyant, outlandish and visually striking
The Mountain Where Old Women Are Abandoned (Est. Early 1920s)
Private 2nd-Class Norakuro(1934)
Momotarō: Umi no Shinpei (Momotaro's Gods-Blessed Sea Warriors or Momotaro, Sacred Sailors)
Panda and the Magic Serpent (1958)
Magic Boy (1959)
Alakazam the Great (1960)
The Adventures of Sinbad (1962
The Littlest Warrior(1961)
The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon (1963)
Animes we grew up with…