Mangango Yaoi – Best Anime and Manga

August 3, 2020

Which do you prefer: manga or anime?

Lately, the popularity of anime has reached levels that no one expected. In fact, even if I don’t know, many people have looked at such production at least once, even if he described it as “a weirder cartoon.” Or maybe you’re the type who prefers manga?

 

Significant differences

Anime? Manga? What exactly does it mean. There are many fans for both anime and manga, including in Romania. Still, in the following lines, we will try to clarify those who do not know very well the two terms that each means.

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Anime

When you say anime, the best example is for everyone to understand what you mean. It’s enough to tell them about one cartoon: Sailor Moon. Everyone will understand more easily.
Anime is a style of animation originating from the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan, characterized by specific characters. It is quite easy to recognize because they have certain exaggerated physical features. Big eyes, small nose, mouth, hair with many volumes, very long voices… Unlike manga, anime has a fairly large target audience, which allows them to approach many genres.

 

Manga

In fact, “manga” is the Japanese name for “random or funny images.” Manga art is a combination of classic drawing style and traditional ukiyo-e art. Shortly after World War II, the manga began its fulminating adventure.
Usually, the manga is black and white and is read from right to left, and once you get the “taste,” you can not give them up.

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Adored in Japan

As you may have noticed, the manga is adored in Japan, where it targets not only children, as in Europe or the United States but also teenagers and adults. They are manga publishers specialized in a certain age category, so far it has come.
Japanese names for these age groups have come to be used in the rest of the world in the manga. They are as follows:
Kodomo – for children
Shojo – young girls and teenagers
Shonen – boys and teenagers
Josei / Redis / Redikomi – addressed to young women aged 18-30, but are usually read by men.
Seinen – reserved for young men aged 18-30 but usually reaches a target audience up to 40 years

 

Various themes and topics

In Japan, the manga’s success is so great. Because the most diverse themes and subjects have been approached, it is impossible not to find one to your liking, no matter how pretentious and selective you may be. And although you would be tempted to believe that it is a competition for supremacy between manga and anime, in fact, things are not quite like that. There are many highly successful anime series that have been turned into manga series, but vice versa.
Now that you know a little bit about what it is, how about delving a little deeper into the subject and seeing which would be your favorite?