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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Anime Impact: The Movies and Shows that Changed the World of Japanese Animation By Chris Struckmann



Anime Impact: The Movies and Shows that Changed the World of Japanese Animation By Chris Struckmann. Japanese animation or anime holds a special place in the hearts of countless fans around the globe. Since the early days of Osamu Tezuka’s Astro Boy to Makoto Shinkai’s astounding success with Your Name, anime has left an undeniable impact on our culture. Anime Impact explores the impression the medium has left on various fans with detailed discussions on television shows and movies from the 1960s all the way to the present. You’ll hear from YouTube film critic Chris Stuckmann and many others like Ready Player One author Ernest Cline and YouTube stars Robert Walker, Bennett “BennettTheSage” White, Tristan "Arkada" Gallant of Glass Reflection and manga artist Mark Crilley. Learn how anime has impacted culture from authors, artists, critics, anime enthusiasts, and super fans such as John Rodriguez, Alicia Malone, Emma Fyffe, and many more.
 

Each writer has detailed their personal experiences of discovery and how anime has changed their life. Many discuss the implications that some anime shows and movies have on our society. Readers will learn about the impact of:
anime classics such as Gundam, Akira, Sailor Moon, Spirited Away and other Studio Ghibli films the biggest names in anime like One Piece, Dragon Ball Z, Pok√©mon, Naruto, and Attack on Titan movies and shows both legendary and niche alike truly unique hidden gems rarely seen outside of Japan and much more.

While many books on anime simply offer a list of “essential titles” and recommendations, Anime Impact goes deeper by showcasing the many voices of anime’s biggest fans. You’ll find many distinct stories that only each specific writer could tell, all painting fun and surprisingly touching portrait of the true impact of anime over multiple generations. Anime Impact explores the effects and lasting appeal of anime across all genres and across five decades!

My Opinion: This book is for any Anime lover as they can see the history of it along with learning things you may not of known the book is thick with 449 pages long.

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