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What you didn't know about anime and manga!

The world of anime and manga is incredibly colorful, rich in tradition and diverse. In our new flood of facts, you will learn everything you need to know from the beginnings of Japanese cartoons to the pitfalls of production and hidden symbolism.

Anime and manga are no longer just popular in Japan. After the success of series such as Naruto, Dragon Ball Z and One Piece, producers are now sniffing their next big chance in real-life adaptations of anime. For example, we can already admire Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson as Motoko Kusanagi in the US film version of Ghost in the Shell at the beginning of next year. Just like the audience, we are still far from having enough of anime and manga and have therefore devoted a second flood of facts to the topic.

In addition to exciting news about the future of anime and the increasingly popular comic and manga fairs such as Comic Con and Comiket, we also take a look at the past. What did the first anime look like and how was the material changed for American viewers? This time we are particularly concerned with the production of the anime and manga, which is often anything but harmonious. These and many other interesting topics await you in our 30 facts about anime and manga.

Which anime would you like to see a live version of? Let us know in the comments!