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    Sailor Moon also introduced me to anime because my sister watched it all the time. And learned it was anime when mom yelled "..watching crap like that where they turn naked and morph..." actually not but that's the closest thing to someone telling me it was anime. I figured it out by hearing others talking about it, not actually talking to people about it. I was a loner at the time=(.

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    Vampire Princess Miyu was the one that really got me interested in Anime, even though I was already watching Dragonball Z at the time. I still referred to the style as "Japanamation" then.

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    I actually never knew people distinguished anime as a seperate subject from cartoons. (i actually didn't hear the word 'anime' until about 6 years ago) i guess growing up in an asian community, we all just called them cartoons (or ka-tong in cantonese, although mangas/'man-wa' were kinda treated seperate from comics). but yeah... i think it must have been those old Master Q movies that started everything... no story really, but pretty funny stuff.
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    Yu Yu Hakusho, Salior Moon, or Rurouni Kenshin
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    Nausicaa when I was in grade school.
    I didn't know the title of the movie at the time, but it was excellent!

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    ruruoni kenshin, slayers and inuyasha those are awesome!

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    Probably Gundam Wing i used to love it

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    DBZ/ I watched ....*shudders* Poke'mon before that but i didnt know that was anime, then i watched Gundam Wing, then Yu-Gi-Oh and now Rurouni Kenshin

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    And you still haven't seen anything good. =/

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    I'll take that as a kindness. KaMoDiAn's Avatar
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    what are you talking about? kenshin is good. Nausicaa was one of those old ones.. i remember i was scared when i first watched it on cassette. i watched it again today for the first time in.. what, a bit more than a decade?... and i was all: 'wow, i don't remember alot of this! but it's pretty good!'

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    haha @ the moron calling me prank

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    I deserved that. I am amoron. A stuffed up moron thats madder that a moomba on steroids. Im sorry man, I should never of wrote those things. Im emotionaly stressed right now(and taking opeum based tablets.) so imsorry and it turned out, I stuffed up every ones fourm not you sorry.

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    I got introduced to Anamie when I Was stoned out of my head. Me and my mates watched Ghost in the Shell after chuffin' on some reefers. I couldn't remember much though.

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    cowboy bebop

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    I'd say the first anime I used to see was the rubbish on Italian TV when I was young, which I was not interested in, as I didn't understand Italian (I'm Maltese) and the animation style bored me.

    However, that was because those were cheap, TV productions. I was introduced to GOOD anime, through the Disney presented Hayao Miyazaki's 'Spirited Away' which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Film in 2002.

    Recently I saw the also presented by Disney, Hayao Miyazaki's 'Howl's Moving Castle' which I loved.

    I was surprised at my really liking the film, since I'm familiar with American, especially Disney animation. There was huge contrast between that and anime.


    What I don't understand is the meaning of 'manga'. What does it mean? What difference does it have from anime? How is the word pronounced?
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    I'll take that as a kindness. KaMoDiAn's Avatar
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    manga in english is as you see it. in cantonese it's pronounced as mann-wa (kind of a silent g i suppose, i think it's the same in japonese). it can be interpretted as comic or graphic novel. if you like that disney labelled anime, i suggest 'laputa castle in the sky', that's another oldie that has taken a long time to get recognition

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    Rurouni Kenshin and Gundam Wing and Sailor Moon they didn't have alot of anime on tv here

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    Love Hina. AtomX made me watch it. XD;

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    Evangelion...i used to saw it on tv when i was 11 yr or so...

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    The very first anime I ever saw was Speed Racer. It didn't leave an impression on me because I was so young. Wow, another cartoon. Same thing with Sailor Moon.

    Then I saw Wolf's Rain. At first I didn't know it was an anime because the opening scene is almost like a painting. It was beautiful. When the scene changed and the story developed I was hooked. I became an anime junkie.

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    The first anime I saw was Pokemon and then Digimaon and after that was Cardcaptors...but I never knew what anime WAS untill about Yr 10 in school when some of my friends introduced me too DNAngel, Fruits Basket and then I started reading Negima!, they ALL rock!!

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