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  • n. Japanese animated cartoons; anime


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Blend of Japan and animation


  • I both prefer anime with and without subtitles, and I call it Japanimation, so I must be in the middle, and look down on myself.

    SF Tidbits for 7/27/06

  • At one time, the genre was also known as Japanimation, but this term has fallen into disuse.

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  • "What used to be called Japanimation is now the single most popular form of episodic entertainment in the country among the key 8-38 age demographic ....

    GreenCine Daily

  • My knowledge of Japanimation runs thin, because I've never heard of this movie before, and now I MUST SEE IT! evilninjax

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  • The Agent was old, at least eighty, Toby guessed, and he had these huge bright blue eyes, like in Japanimation.

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  • As it stands everything is pretty cartoony and kind of Japanimation looking.

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  • In the Independent, Charlotte Cripps previews the Japanimation series at the Barbican: "[T] he first event will reveal how Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958) and David Fincher's Se7en (1995) influenced Satoshi Kon's animated psychological thriller Perfect Blue (1998)."

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  • On looking at a self portrait she's drawn, she muses that It was supposed to be a pop-art portrait, but in it, I looked more like a Japanimation action hero.

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  • I like the idea of a hannibal cartoon, but i'd rather see a three-part movie of Firedance in Japanimation.

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  • This time Speed and the gang have been resurrected by sci-fi gods the Wachowski Brothers, who write and direct the first ever live action version: bringing the joys of technicoloured automobiles and Japanimation to a whole new generation.

    SPEED RACER – James Rawson Review! | Obsessed With Film


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