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   Here a video that was shot by the people from Trends in Japan CScout Japan Tokyo Toy Show 2009. 
 
 
  
  
 

It nice to know that it's not just video games and anime that come out of Japan.
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I know I do allot of these top 10 list, but here I go.

 
1. X-Men (TV Series).  If you are a hard die comic fan of the 1990’s X-men comics you need to see this show.  It's just the best.



 
 












2. Tenchi Universe.  Again here's my review.    http://www.animevice.com/tenchi-universe/11-5225/user_reviews/?review=17


 
 












3. Star Trek: TNG.  If it were for the strong cast I would have put DS9 at number 3.  


 
 











4.  Star Trek: DS9.  This show is one the most underrated sci-fi shows of all time.


 
 













5. The Wonder Years.  The most regluar show on my list.  I grew up with Kevin when this show first came on the air.  That why I love this show so much.  I just wish they would have DVD box set to all the seasons all ready.


 
 
 










6. Spawn.   I wish they would finish the story line from the late 1990’s show.  Can’t wait for the new show. 


 
 













7. Mystery Science Theater 3000.  When you talk about funny this show is bar done the funniest show I seen on TV.  Also I specially love the shorts that they would make fun of.  They are just priceless.


 
 












8. Voltron.  I know this is base off of Go Lion anime, but I think of Voltron has more of american type of show because they change so much of the show that came from Japan.  That's why I didn't put this show on my top 20 favorite anime of all time.  Also just look at the videos of the two shows  intro theme songs and then tell me with show would want to see. 


  






  

9. Tenchi Muyo. Again the new Muyo Esp. that came in 2003 are only OK. I would recommend that you want the old DVD to Muyo. The one's from 1992 show. That way you get some the best of Tenchi.


 
 













10. Jem. This story is about a all girl rock group that has lead singer that has secret holographic persona.  This is another one of my guilty pressures.  I need to by the box set the show when I get a chance.


 
 





















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I done the worst animes I think that are out  their.  Now I would be my most favorite ones.  

1. Tenchi Universe.  Here a link to my review of Tenchi Universe.   Tenchi Universe.





















2. Tenchi Muyo. The new Muyo Esp. that came in 2003 are only OK. I would recommend that you want the old DVD to Muyo. The one's from 1992 show. That way you get some the best of Tenchi. 

 
 























3. His and Her Circumstances. The manga name is Kare Kano. This anime has such a strong cast that any of the minor characters in this anime could have their own show and it would be really good.
 
 



















4. Maison Ikkoku. The best love story in anime between adults.

 
 























5. Blue Seed.  This anime put the United States in a good light.  Most animes tend not to do that.  Some of best of Blue Seed happens after the show.  During Omake theater shorts.  Some of them are funny and some of them are really serious.  The one should not watch is the one with Momiji grandmother.  If you seen this short you know what I talking about.
 
 
















6. Golden Boy.  Golden Boy is guilty pressure of mine.  The manga version not so much.  Let just say they take Kintaro Oe really nasty/sick fetish form the anime and make it a main stay in the manga.  That’s was really not good idea.  This one not for kids.  Both the anime and manga.
 
 



















7. Oh My Goddess.  The story is really sold and just wish more animes were made like this one.
 
 























8.  Cowboy Bebop.  This is show you should watch over and over again and not get tired of it.
 
 

















9. Hana Yori Dango. Aka Boys Over Flowers.  For one thing it’s a great Shojo title and another thing this anime got my little sister into reading manga.  All in all that is a very good thing. 
 
 























10. Hellsing.  What a anime that dose a good job with the vampire gene Outside of Vampire Hunter D.
 
 























11. Tenchi in Tokyo.  I know Tenchi in Tokyo was the worst of the three Tenchi shows, but it still Tenchi and you have to admit the art style was not that bad in this show.
 
 























12.  Maria-sama Ga Miteru.  I love the slow pace of the show.  It really works for this show.  I just wish Right Stuff would lower their price on the season box set.  They didn’t English Dub it so cost should be that high.  Some one tell Ellen Degeneres that this show out their so she can put it on her web site.  
 
 















13. Revolutionary Girl Utena.  This is type of anime that I can watch over and over and still get something new from it each time.
 
 























14. Outlaw Star.  Two words why I love this show.  Gene Starwind.  
 
 





















15. Princess Nine.  Bad News Bears meets A League Of Their Own and it words perfectly.  I hope some one brings over Taishou Yakyuu Musume when the time comes.   At least I would buy it.
 
 
 


















16. Lupin the 3rd TV or what lupin fans like to say is the Red Jacket series.
 
 



















17. Strawberry Eggs.  You think this show would be really creep show, but it really dosent go that far.  
 
 



















18. Martian Successor: Nadesico. Thanks to Giant robot week on CN or may have miss watching this one.
 
 



















19. Kimagure Orange Road. This one would have been in my top five if they would dub it in eng and not just have eng subtitles.  Also if you watch the movie Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day It would be one of the most pain full movies you well ever see in your life.  It hurts even thinking about it.  Just heart-wrenching.
 
 























20. Diamond Daydreams.  This anime that could be on Lifetime and it wouldn’t be a problem.  
 
 



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 The first part of the book has the a timeline to manga, anime and events in Japan and how it effected had in Japan and around the world from 1945-2004 of sorts. Here’s the timeline. 

1945: Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki lead to Japan’s surrender in World War II and American occupation. Manga, first post-war cartoon magazine, resumes publication. 











1946: New constitution. Sazae-san newspaper strip. 











1947: Shin-Takarijima or ‘New Treasure Island’ by Sakai Shichima and Osamu Tezuka published in Osaka, the first original manga in the akabon or ‘red-book’ format and a bestseller. Manga Shonen, founded by Kenichi Kotah, publishes new ’story manga’ artists. 









1948: New children’s magazines launched. News censorship ends. 

1949: Princess Beanjam. 











1950: Tezuka moves to Tokyo and draws Jungle Tatei or ’Kimba the White Lion’ in Manga Shonen, first ’story manga’ serialized in a manga magazine. Korean War starts.











1951: Us-Japan Security Treaty signed. 









1952: End of American occupation of Japan. Tezuka’s Astro Boy was serialized in Shonen magazine. Igaguri-kun jodo strip. 











1953: Princess Knight in Shojo Club, start of story manga in girls’ magazines. NHK begins broadcasting-but to only 866 TV sets. 











1954: Akado Suzunosuke, about a great swordsman who wears a red suit of armour, later adapted into films, radio and TV. Nakayoshi for girls. 








1955: Debut of Shotaro Ishinomori in Manga Shonen. Ribon and Nakayoshi monthlies for girls. 

1956: Giant robot Tetsujin 28 go aka ‘Gigantor’ by Mitsuteri Yokoyama. Yoshihiro Tatsumi and others set up Kage (’Shadow’) magazine for the rental-library market.

 









1957: Tatsumi coins the term gekiga for dramatic pictures. 

1958: US TV show Superman scores 74.2% ratings in Japan. 









1959: First boys’ weeklies Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine. Ninja Bugeicho by Shirato. 9 new TV networks begin. Wedding of Crown Prince.









1961: Tezuka sets up animation company Mushi Productions. 











1963: Tetsuwan Atom (’Mighty Atom’) by Osamu Tezuka is Japan’s first animated television series with regular characters. Screened as Astro Boy in US. Margaret for girls, Shonen King for boys. 









1964: Garo and Cyborg 009. Tokyo Olympics. 











1965: Jungle Taitei (‘Jungle Emperor’) by Osamu Tezuka becomes Japan’s first colour animated TV series.

 







1966: Star of the Giants baseball hit. Omiya Cartoon Art. Museum opens on site of Rakuten Kitazawa’s home. Shonen Magazine reaches 1 million copies. 

1967: Manga Action, Young and COM. The Genius Bakabon. 10 August, Lupin III debuts. 











1968: Weekly Shonen Jump and Big Comic. Nejishiki by Yoshiharu Tsuge in Garo. Tommorrow’s Joe and Shameless school. 

1969: Golgo 13. 











1970: Public funeral held for Tori Rikiishi, a character killed in Tommorrow’s Joe. Doraemon and Lone Wolf and Cub. 









1972: Mazinger Z, Devilman and Buddha. Rose of Versailles and Poe Clan revolutionize girl’s comics. Big Comic Original. 











1973: Black Jack and Barefoot Gen. Manga Erotopia, first erotic gekiga monthly.

 









1974: Yamagami Tatsuhiko’s crazy comedy GakI Deka (’Boy Detective’) creates a stir for it’s sexual themes. Space Cruiser Yamato, released as Star Blazers in the US in 1979.

 









1975: Princess and Flowers and Dreams for girls. Yumiko Lgarashi and Kyoko Mizuki’s Candy Candy in Nakayoshi becomes a big hit. 











1976: Penguin Food Passion by Terry Johnson and Itoi Shigesato, start of heta-uma or ‘unskilled/skilled’ punk style. Comiket, new fanzine market, begins in Tokyo. Galaxy Express 999 and Mask of Glass. Poem of Wind and Trees establishes ‘boys’ love’ genre. 











1977: Leiji Matsumoto’s Captain Harlock. CoroCoro, for young boys, stars Doraemon. Kindai Mahjong Original, first mahjong manga magazine.











1978: June, first ‘boys love’ magazine. Urusei Yatsura, aka Lum, by Rumiko Takahashi. Contemporary Manga Library: Naiki Collection opens in Tokyo. First English-language volume of Barefoot Gen by Keiji Nakazawa published in the US. 










1979: Young Jump. Le Cri Qui Tue, first manga translations into French. 

1980: Be in Love, first ‘ladies’ comic‘. Big Comic Spirits. Top 5 boys’ weeklies reach 10 million copies. 

1982: Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo released as a manga. Nausicaa and Captain Tsubasa. Morning Magazine for men. 











1983: Section Chief Kosaku Shima and Fist of the North Star. Black Magic, Masamune Shirow’s dojinshi debut. Manga! Manga! By Frederik L. Schodt, landmark US study. 











1984:Comic Baku and Combat Comic. Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball. Suehiro Maruo’s Mr. Arashi’s Freakshow. 











1985: Banana Fish and City Hunter. 











1986: Japan Inc. bestseller. Explains economics. Dragon Ball animated. 









1987: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and Crying Freeman. Big Comic Superior and afternoon for men. May: Lone and Cub starts translation in US. 











1988: Animated Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo released. Akira manga in English and ‘colorized’ from marvel Comics. Shonen Jump’s sales leap over 5 million copies. 











1989: Deaths of Osamu Tezuka, Suiho Tagawa and the Emperor. Akira published across Europe. The Silent Service political thriller.

 










1990: R.G. Veda by Clamp and Slam Dunk. Comic Amour, erotic ‘ladies’ comic’ magazine. A-ha, art manga sponsored by Esso Petroleum. Tezuka retrospective exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. 










1991: Gon, Gunsmith Cats and Ghost in the Shell. First pachinko manga magazines. Great Manga Exhibition at National Diet library, Tokyo. Radical Boredom manga exhibit at Pomeroy Purdey, London.











1992: Big Comic Gold. Visions of the Floating World exhibition at the Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco. Sailor Moon. 











1993: Yan Mama Comic, manga of young mothers. 

1994: Detective Conan. Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum opens in Takarazuka. Shonen Jump sells 6.53 million copies, record figure.

 







1995: Manga book and magazine sales peak at over 2.3 billion copies. Evangelion manga and anime. Ghost in the Shell.

 










1996: Yu-Gi-oh! Us publishers TokyoPop founded.



 







1997: One Piece and Pokemon. 









1998: AX magazine, Vagabond and Love Hina. Chains of Manga cafes open. 











2000: Kyoto Seika University creates first department of comic art.

 






2002: 2.6 million copies of One Piece voloume, record first-edition print run. Shigeru Sugiura dies. December 18: Raijin, first US manga weekly. 









2003: April 7, Astro Boy awakes! Shonen Jump US monthly. Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away wins Oscar for best Animated Film. Jiro Taniguchi wins awards at France’s Angouleme Festival. 











2004: January 13, Misshitsu pornographic manga ruled obscene. 

I hope you go out and buy this book.  It makes a good coffe table book and it's a good read.



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I played the game at my local gameworks a couple of days ago and I wasn't that good of a game.  I been posting alot about this game on my blog site for awhile now and I been wanting to play this game and better be careful what I ask for because I got it.  First of all the game is very easy to play.  I was doing 10 to 13 hit combo right off the bat.  I pretty average fighting player and I know I can do that many combos in any other game desides Killer instinct and that game is nothing but combos.

The game is really unblanced.  You could beat it with Ryu if you wanted to.  I played has Chi-li and Ken Washio.  I wanted someone to take the game from me and start playing it and I had no takers.  My brother play me and he stop playing after 10 minutes and he let me beat him.

I hope when this game comes out here that it's a 20 dollor game.  I wouldn't pay a cent more for this game.

Next time Capcom try to parter with a anime company to do a fighting game try anime company like AIC or Clamp.  Hell at this time I wouldn't even mind if you brought over Namco x Capcom to home console market in the United States.   It only has four buttoms to play with has well.  Every fighting game now days has at lest six buttoms.




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