Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
JP Japan, Japón, Japon, Giappone, Japan
Comic, Cómic, Bande dessinée (B.D.), Fumetto, Comic strip

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Manga (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.heise.de/tp/deutsch/inhalt/sa/13617/1.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.heise.de/tp/deutsch/inhalt/sa/13617/1.html

Bonsai, Sushi und jetzt Manga

Maria Benning (22.11.2002): Fastfood aus Bild und Schrift. Zur Ausstellung "Manga. Die Welt der japanischen Comics" in den Hamburger Deichtorhallen
Manga-Figuren machen immer große Augen. Unschuldige Heidi-Augen, wuchtige Dolly-Buster-Busen, das ist das Manga-Mädchen. Der Slip, der unter seinem Minirock hervorlugt, sieht aus wie eine Pampers. Kindhaftes gepaart mit sexuellen Schlüsselreizen, das ergibt eine nicht nur für Japaner unwiderstehliche Mischung. Längst werden auch hier zu Lande Computerspiele, Autos und Handys nach dem Erfolgsrezept der Comics entworfen und beworben.

Das jap. "Manga" setzt sich zusammen aus jap. "man" = "bunt gemischt" und "ga" = "Bild", ist also ein "buntes Bild", eine nicht ganz unpassende Bezeichnung für Comics.


(E?)(L?) http://www.aniki.info/
Wiki für Anime und Manga-Comics

(E?)(L?) http://rec.arts.manga/


(E6)(L?) http://www.abcb.com/ency/
The Anime Encyclopædia


Here it is! The ultimate reference for anime fans. We'll update the entries on a regular basis, so check back often.

Some of the entries now have pictures in them, and others have .wav audio clips. (The audio clips are great as event sounds.) If you would like to add items or corrections, please e-mail us!

For a quick guide to Japanese pronunciations, check out the Japanese Pronunciation Guide in our Café Espresso section.

What Is Anime?

The term "anime" refers to a distinctive tradition of Japanese animation that is almost immediately recognizable by its superior artistic quality as well as by the somewhat mannered artistic conventions anime artists employ, such as the preference for child-like, large eyes. But it's not just the art that grabs one's attention.

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What Are "Manga"?

Anime is closely related to Japanese comics, called "manga": Many anime series got their start as popular "manga". An industry with $3 billion annual sales in Japan, "manga" account for as much as 60 percent of all printed materials sold in that country, and are very avidly read - so much so, in fact, that addiction is something of a problem. Japanese smile wryly when they refer disparagingly of otaku, over-the-top manga fans whose filthy, cluttered homes are stacked to the rooftop with manga. (For more information on "manga", see "rec.arts.manga": Frequently Asked Questions.)

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(E?)(L?) http://www.hinternet.de/comic/artikel/manga.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.hinternet.de/comic/m/mangapower.php
Geschichte der Mangas mit Links zu einzelnen Comicserien.

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oop-ack - Japanese Sound effects and what they mean

(E?)(L2) http://www.oop-ack.com/manga/soundfx.html
Wie heissen die Comic-Ausdrücke auf japanisch?

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