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My Anime PC!!!

I am such a big fan of anime that I want to share my knowledge with others! By the end of the Prezi I hope to convince you to be a fan too, or at least watch one episode of an anime! Please come back once I am done!

Jennifer Truong

on 30 August 2016

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Transcript of My Anime PC!!!

My Anime PC!!!
What is Anime?
first off, Never assume that anime is a cartoon!
I don't want to tell you more than you need to know. Let's start with this: CARTOONS ARE MADE FOR CHILDREN AND ANIME IS SOMETHING THEY SHOULD NOT WATCH! Most of the anime I have watched usually have some sort of inappropriate scene within the episodes of the series. Also if you do call it a cartoon in front of an anime fan, I cannot assure you that your life will be spared (trust me; huge mistake).
Definition: Anime
anime (ani-mā)
a style of Japanese film and television animation, typically aimed at adults and as well as teens.
Definition: Manga
manga (maNG-ga)
a style of Japanese comic books and graphic novels, typically aimed at adults and as well as teens.
I have been watching anime for 7 years and I am still watching it. Many people think that anime is nothing better than what they watch when they were little kids, but I will assure you anime is so thrilling. There are many different types of anime, so you can find whatever that suits you best. If you like to read then I suggest mangas, though you have to get used to reading them in a certain order.
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