Anthro 201 Art and Society Anime and Manga Lecture
Anthro 201 Art and Society Anime and Manga Lecture Anthropology 201
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Anime and Manga Manga 0 Comics or graphic novels 0 People of all ages read manga 0 Typically serialized in weekly or monthly manga magazines 0 More than one quotbooksquot in each magazine 0 One chapter for each story in the magazine 0 Successful manga are republished in tankobon 0 Manga accounts for 25 of all printed materials in japan Manga History 0 Chojojinbutsu Giga 12th and 13th century credited as precursor to manga Made by toba sojo to satirizer life in Buddhist Origins of Manga o Katsushika Hokusai Famous 19th centruy ukiyoe artist 0 First artis to use term quotmanga or quotplayful sketchesquot o Shunga Woodblock prints erotic in nature 0 Images often accompanied by textual description if intercourse Western in uence per WWII 0 Early 20th c japan was marked by an increasing western in uence in Japan 0 Rakuten Kitazawa quotfounding father of Mangequot o o lppei Okamoto Founder of Nippon M Manga after WWII 0 Modern manga originates during the American occupation19441952 and post occupation19521960 o Osamu tezuka godfather of anime Invented the large eye style of contemporary anime and manga 0 In uence Sojo manga 0 Manga for girls and young women 0 Themes romance love selfrealization coming of age 0 19705 women artist began drawing and writing shojo manga o Berusaiyu no Bara popularized visual style of shojo Touched on homo themes that broke away from Disney in uence 0 Return to prewar dosei ai novels Shonen mange 0 Manga for boys and young men 0 Themes heroism adventure selfdiscipline perfection and sacri ce o Artistic difference shonen manga are less elegant owery Anime 0 Anime is closely related to manga 0 Similar visual style Many anime are adaptation of manga 0 Anime differs from other animation style 0 Less focus on animated movement 0 More focus on realistic setting and 39cameraquot movement 0 Amine like manga is made for all ages range Early days of anime 0 Japanese animation has been around since the 19105 but came into its own in the 10705 0 The 1970 saw a rise of animation studios Sunnse 0 Key anime Anime is uniquelyJapanese o Westerners tend to note amine characters do not lookJapanese The charaectcher are stylized To Japanese audience they appearJapanese 0 Many anime reference kami from shintoism o Prominent in studio ghibli39s lms Monoke o Kami are integrated with the physical world 0 Shinto and Buddhist allusions are prominent throughout anime Maho shojo genre and history 0 Mahoutsukai sally was the rst magical girl anime1966 0 Based of bewitched Featured a young girl as the protaganest o Recurring themes from bewitched and macho sholo Having to hide magical powers 0 Using powers to help others but screwing po instead 0 Unique to the Japanese genre1012 0 Young girls 0 Sally was a princess from another Mago shojo themes 0 Traditionally shojo demographic o Commonly coming of ages stories 0 Emphasize the power of friendship and love 0 Valorize pure heart girlish innocence trust and emotional openness 0 Value youth and purity many villains are older women o Re ects gender roles in Japan 0 Later series tend to have feminist themes that celebrate women39s independence Maho shojo common tropes 0 Clothing evokes prettiness or cuteness and youth 0 Talking animal companion reveals magic to the magical girl 0 Totems magical artifacts that bestow the shojo with magical power 0 Transformation scene in which the magical girl is frequently stripped naked of her everyday clothes and dressed in their magical out t nut hides private parts of young girls body Bishojo Senshi SeramunSaiorMoon 0 Written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi o Popularized the magical warrior girl 0 Blended elements of Greek and Japanese mythology Symbolism in Sailor Moon 0 Symbolism Links to Japanese folk tales The tale of princess Kaguya Sailor uniform reference school uniform Kadolqaputa Sakura Ca rdca ptor Sakura 0 Central theme Love and human relationship 0 Clothing diversity unlike many magical girl anime wears several out ts o L o Sakura uses chinto matras and mudara when Maho shojo Madoka Magika o Deconstruction of magical gir genre 0 Features talking animal companions Buddhism in madoka magika o The cycica patter of magical girls and witch39s is symbolic o the cycle of karma