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Ismeretlen szerző - Pokémon ​Key Chain Book Torchic
The ​Pokémon Keychain Books are a series of four small books. Each book is focused on a specific pokémon.

Masahiro Hikokubo - Yu-Gi-Oh! ​5D's 9.
In ​New Domino City, the hottest game in town is the Turbo Duel, fought from blazingly fast motorcycles called Duel Runners. On the outskirts of New Domino City, in a district known as Satellite, a new Turbo Duel hero emerges--Yusei Fudo! On his custom-built Duel Runner, Yusei takes on all challengers, fighting for his friends and the future of Satellite! Yusei and Goodwin are locked in their final Duel. Having now harnessed the power of the Ultimate God, Goodwin can turn Yusei's Duel Dragons against him. The assault may be more than Yusei can bear and he will need his friends' help to have any chance of winning, but will it be enough?

Huke - Black ​Rock Shooter - Phenomenon
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

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Japanese ​Visual Culture Ismeretlen szerző
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Ismeretlen szerző - Japanese ​Visual Culture
Born ​of Japan's cultural encounter with Western entertainment media, manga (comic books or graphic novels) and anime (animated films) are two of the most universally recognized forms of contemporary mass culture. Because they tell stories through visual imagery, they vault over language barriers. Well suited to electronic transmission and distributed by Japan's globalized culture industry, they have become a powerful force in both the mediascape and the marketplace.This volume brings together an international group of scholars from many specialties to probe the richness and subtleties of these deceptively simple cultural forms. The contributors explore the historical, cultural, sociological, and religious dimensions of manga and anime, and examine specific sub-genres, artists, and stylistics. The book also addresses such topics as spirituality, the use of visual culture by Japanese new religious movements, Japanese Goth, nostalgia and Japanese pop, comics for girls, and more. With illustrations throughout, it is a rich source for all scholars and fans of manga and anime as well as students of contemporary mass culture or Japanese culture and civilization.

Hayao Miyazaki - The ​Art of Spirited Away
The ​Art of Spirited Away collects colour illustrations of Spirited Away for the first time in an English edition! This book includes paintings and designs from the new animated film from the director of Kiki's Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke. Large-size, hardcover coffee-table book featuring artwork from the renowned animated film, Spirited Away, directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Features commentary, colour stills, sketches, storyboards, and illustrations used to envision the rich fantasy world of the film. Also includes a complete English-language script.

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Mechademia ​1 Ismeretlen szerző
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Ismeretlen szerző - Mechademia ​1
After ​decades in which American popular culture dominated global media and markets, Japanese popular culture—primarily manga and anime, but also toys, card and video games, and fashion—has exploded into a worldwide phenomenon. From Pokémon and the Power Rangers to Paranoia Agent and Princess Mononoke, Japanese popular culture is consumed by an eager and exponentially increasing audience of youths, teenagers, and adults. _Mechademia_, a new annual edited by Frenchy Lunning, begins an innovative and fresh conversation among scholars, critics, and fans about the complexity of art forms like Superflat, manga, and anime. The inaugural volume, _Mechademia 1_, engages the rise of Japanese popular culture through game design, fashion, graphic design, commercial packaging, character creation, and fan culture. Promoting dynamic ways of thinking, along with state-of-the-art graphic design and a wealth of images, this cutting-edge work opens new doors between academia and fandom. The premiere issue features the interactive worlds that anime and manga have created, including the origins of cosplay (the manga and anime costume subculture), Superflat, forgotten images from a founding manga artist, video game interactivity, the nature of anime fandom in America, and the globalization of manga.

Masashi Kishimoto - Naruto ​Anime Profiles 2.
Anime ​episodes #1-37 fully covered! Original illustration poster by Masashi Kishimoto reproduced in anime style. Kishimoto answers questions.Production art of the anime. Full of special color illustrations. Secrets you need to know when watching the Naruto anime!

Ismeretlen szerző - Pokémon ​Keychain book - Water Pokémon
Normal ​Pokémon is a book in the Pokémon Keychain Books series. It contains Pokédex information on the Pokémon from Generation I which are of the Water element. The book's cover shows a hologram of Horsea evolving into Seadra.

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Ismeretlen szerző - Robot ​Ghosts and Wired Dreams
Since ​the end of the Second World War—and particularly over the last decade—Japanese science fiction has strongly influenced global popular culture. Unlike American and British science fiction, its most popular examples have been visual—from Gojira (Godzilla) and Astro Boy in the 1950s and 1960s to the anime masterpieces Akira and Ghost in the Shell of the 1980s and 1990s—while little attention has been paid to a vibrant tradition of prose science fiction in Japan.

Hayao Miyazaki - The ​Art of My Neighbor Totoro
Eleven-year-old ​Satsuki and her sassy little sister Mei are overjoyed about moving into a historic country house with teir dad - but the girls don't realise what a delightful adventure awaits them there. While exploring their sprawling home and the beautiful rural area that surrounds it, Satsuki & Mei meet Granny, a sweet old woman, and her timid grandson Kanta. They also experience firsthand the magic of the Soot Sprites,mysterious creatures that live in the walls, and discover a huge camphor tree that just might be enchanted...

Patrick W. Galbraith - The ​Otaku Encyclopedia
Otaku: ​Nerd; geek or fanboy. Originates from a polite second-person pronoun meaning "your home" in Japanese. Since the 1980s it's been used to refer to people who are really into Japanese pop-culture, such as anime, manga, and videogames. A whole generation, previously marginalized with labels such as geek and nerd, are now calling themselves otaku with pride. Are you an otaku? Do you have otaku friends you can'trelate to? Then let The Otaku Encyclopedia expandyour knowledge of the ascinating subculrure of Cool Japan. This definitive guide introduces the world of Japan's anime nerds, game geeks, and pop-idol fanboys, with over 600 terms that any fan of Japanese pop culture simply must know. Moe, doujinshi, cosplay, and most importantly otaku itself, are clearly explained in a fun yet informative way by a self-confessed otaku who has spent years researching the otaku heartland. Scattered among the encyclopedic entries are interviews with key otaku like artist Takashi Murakami, otaku expert Okada Toshio, J-pop idol Shoko Nakagawa, and many others entrenched in the world of maid cafes, street-idols, and figure collecting. An essential A-to-Z of otaku culture not to be missed. - See more at:

Hayao Miyazaki - The ​Art of Howl's Moving Castle
This ​book is a collection of concept sketches, concept art, backgrounds, character designs (including painted versions), and still images for Hayao Miyazaki's animated film, Howl's Moving Castle, based on the book by Diana Wynne Jones. All concept sketches are by Miyazaki. Concept art and backgrounds are by the art staff supervised by art director. The background art and still images for this book were created from digital data. Scene images without captions are sitll images.

Maria S. Barbo - Hivatalos ​Pokémon gyűjtők matricás albuma
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Brigitte Koyama-Richard - Japanese ​Animation
A ​sweeping journey through the history of Japanese animation, tracing this cultural phenomenon from its origins in traditional art to the present day. A dominant force in its home country since the 1970s, Japanese animation has become a global phenomenon in recent years. But far from being a contemporary invention, anime draws on the same centuries-old artistic traditions that form the basis of manga. Widely disparaged when it first appeared in the West, today the real value of Japanese animation is recognized, and it has inspired international film directors. Fairy tale, romance, adventure, fantasy, science-fiction: anime encompasses many genres and its creativity knows no bounds. Brigitte Koyama-Richard studies the evolution of Japanese animation through the centuries, retracing its history from painted scrolls to woodblock prints, to animated films, first in black and white, and then in color. A number of prominent artists are showcased, including Tezuka Osamu, the "godfather of anime," and Hayao Miyazaki, founder of the world-renowned Studio Ghibli and creator of films such as _Spirited Away_—the first anime film to win an Academy Award. Illustrated with over 500 images, many rarely seen in the West, this book bridges the gap between art history and pop culture.

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Anime ​and Philosophy Ismeretlen szerző
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Ismeretlen szerző - Anime ​and Philosophy
_Anime ​and Philosophy_ focuses on some of the most-loved, most-intriguing anime films and series, as well as lesser-known works, to find what lies at their core. _Astro Boy_, _Dragon Ball Z_, _Ghost in the Shell_, and _Spirited Away_ are just a few of the films analyzed in this book. In these stories about monsters, robots, children, and spirits who grapple with the important questions in life we find insight crucial to our times: lessons on morality, justice, and heroism, as well as meditations on identity, the soul, and the meaning — or meaninglessness — of life. Anime has become a worldwide phenomenon, reaching across genres, mediums, and cultures. For those wondering why so many people love anime or for die-hard fans who want to know more, _Anime and Philosophy_ provides a deeper appreciation of the art and storytelling of this distinctive Japanese culture.

Susan J. Napier - Anime ​from Akira to Howl's Moving Castle
This ​new edition of the groundbreaking popular book is a must-have for both seasoned and new fans of anime. Japanese animation is more popular than ever following the 2002 Academy Award given to Hayao Miyazaki's _Spirited Away_. It confirmed that anime is more than just children's cartoons, often portraying important social and cultural themes. With new chapters on _Spirited Away_ and other recent releases, including Howl's _Moving Castle_—Miyazaki's latest hit film, already breaking records in Japan—this edition will be the authoritative source on anime for an exploding market of viewers who want to know more.