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Anime: Why the hell are you here, teacher?

You’re here because anime is one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the world. 

You’ve somehow managed to infect your friends with it, and now you’re wondering if that’s a good idea. Whether your friends are already fans or not, the answer is yes. 

Here is the answer for, why the hell are you here teacher myanimelist?

Anime has proved time and again to be a force for positivity for children and adults alike

Whether you want to find out why anime has made this great impact or you just feel like sharing some love, an article on what makes it so special isn’t too far behind.

1.What’s the Buzz About?

Anime is a Japanese style of animation, similar to cartoons produced in the United States. Anime has been produced in Japan since the second half of the 20 th century.  Anime started out as short films used to promote multiple products.

But it’s grown significantly over time to become one of the most powerful forms of entertainment in the world.

The word “anime” comes from combining “animation” with “visual.” The visual aspect is obvious, but what about animation? 

Animation means different things in different parts of the world. In Japan specifically, it’s used to refer to both 2D and 3D styles of animation.

2.What’s the Deal With “Ani-manga?”

In the United States, most people think of comics as their form of animation. In Japan, they use a different term: “anime manga” (anime comic). Both refer to the same thing: a collection of drawings and pages made to tell stories.

There are a bunch of differences between American/Japanese comics. For one, American comics generally have colored panels, whereas Japanese manga generally do not. 

Also, manga often feature a minimal amount of text on a page compared to a typical comic book. That means that you need more pages in order to tell an entire story.

3.What’s the Deal With “Anime Girls?”

Both men and women draw anime girls, also called anime characters. When a man draws a girl, a lot of fans refer to it as “moe anime.” In Japanese, moe means something like “charmed.” In other words, the girls are drawn in such a way that they’re cute and charming. 

Many fans feel that more artwork is easier to watch or read because the characters are drawn in such a way that they’re easy on the eyes. 

More characters are usually young and innocent, which can be used to create innocence in real-life situations.

4.What’s the Deal With “Fandoms?”

Fans of anime typically take interest in one or more characters (a character is also known as a “franchise”), and sometimes a series or whole genre. 

You can find groups of fans of specific anime characters, such as Sailor Moon, and you can find groups of fans at conventions giving each other hugs and fan gifts. 

The characters and franchises you like will be referred to as your “fandom.” This may not be the right word for your group, but “fandom” is a simple term that conveys that your group is about yourselves and their fandom.

Fandom has a truly unique culture. You can find fandoms all over the web, from message boards to forums, from online video games to online role-playing games. 

The culture of the fandom may include everything from fan-based art and literature (such as fan fiction) to fan-based music and creativity (such as Cosplay, or character costume play). 

The people who create this all-consuming media are known as “fans,” and these fans can be incredibly creative in their own right.

5.What’s the Deal With “Anime Geeks?”

There’s an entire community of fans who love anime simply because it’s fun. These fans are called anime geeks. 

They’ll watch anime, play dating sims, read manga, and do whatever it takes to immerse themselves in the fandom. 

Anime geeks are typically the people who do the most to talk about their favorite anime, whether it’s through videos or stories or pictures.

6.What’s the Deal With “Anime Cosplayers?”

Cosplayers are people who dress up to represent characters from their favorite TV shows. It isn’t very hard to do for a lot of anime series, because most characters are designed with pretty standard clothing styles that don’t require that much effort for fans to replicate. 

It can range from partially-done outfits (such as a Sailor Moon costume that doesn’t include the whole school uniform) to fully-made outfits (such as a full suit of armor). Cosplay culture focuses on improving and expanding upon your skills in order to make an elaborate costume.

Aaron Finch
There are many labels that could be given to describe me, but one thing’s for certain: I am an entrepreneur with passion. Whether it's building websites and social media campaigns for new businesses or traveling the world on business trips - being entrepreneurs means constantly looking at yourself in a different light so as not get bored of your own success!