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Anime News Network

Anime News Network

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Anime News Network
URL www.animenewsnetwork.com
Slogan "The Internet's most trusted anime news source"
Alexa rank 889 (as of February 5, 2008)[1]
Commercial? Yes
Type of site Anime
Registration Required for use of forums or contributing information
Available language(s) English
Owner Christopher Macdonald (editor-in-chief)
Created by Various[2][3]
Launched 1998
Current status Active

Anime News Network (ANN) is an anime industry news website that reports on the status of anime, manga, Japanese popular music and other otaku-related culture within North America and Japan. Additionally, it sometimes features similar happenings throughout the Anglosphere and elsewhere in the world[4]. The website offers reviews and other editorial content, forums where readers can discuss current issues and events, and an encyclopedia that contains a large number of anime and manga with information on Japanese and English staff, theme songs, plot summaries, and user ratings.[5]

Founded in July 1998 by Justin Sevakis, the website claims to be the leading English-language source for news and information about anime and manga on the Internet.[4] The site operates the magazine Protoculture Addicts.[6] The website has separate versions of its news content aimed towards audiences in the United States and Australia.[7]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime_News_Network


Anime News Network
出典: フリー百科事典『ウィキペディア(Wikipedia)』
移動: ナビゲーション, 検索

Anime News Network(アニメニューズネットワーク:ANN)は北米最大規模のアニメ紹介サイトである。アニメだけでなくマンガや音楽などオタク関連の文化を紹介している。

サイトのメイン業務はアニメ関連のニュースを英語で配信することであるが、それ以外にもユーザーが様々なことを議論できるインターネットフォーラムや、ファンがつくるアニメ・マンガのデータベース、ANNスタッフによるレビューなどがある。これらは英語で書かれていることから世界中のアニメファンからアクセスを集めている。
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime_News_Network
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anime/animation

anime
http://query.nytimes.com/search/query?frow=0&n=10&srcht=a&query=anime&srchst=nyt&submit.x=0&submit.y=0&submit=sub&hdlquery=&bylquery=&daterange=period&mon1=01&day1=01&year1=1996&mon2=07&day2=29&year2=2008

animation
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anime

Anime
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"Animé" redirects here. For the oleo-resin, see Animé (oleo-resin).
Moe-style illustration of a character combining design elements of Mahoro Andou from Mahoromatic and Haruhi Suzumiya from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.
Moe-style illustration of a character combining design elements of Mahoro Andou from Mahoromatic and Haruhi Suzumiya from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.

Anime (アニメ, Anime?) (pronounced [anime] listen (help·info) in Japanese, but typically pronounced /ˈænɪmeɪ/ or /ˈænɪmə/ in English) is an abbreviation of the English word "animation", originating in Japan through the roots of manga.[1][2] Although the term is used in Japan to refer to animation in general, in English usage the term most popularly refers to material originating from Japan, a subset of animation.[3]

Anime is traditionally hand drawn, but computer assisted techniques have become quite common in recent years. It is used in television series, films, video, video games, and internet-based releases, and represents all genres of fiction.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime
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