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Posted 2/22/16
I think all you need is a Japanese studio.
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Posted 2/23/16
Animation created in Japan buy the Japanese.

Am I seriously the only one pissed off with the wannabe american-anime shit?
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Posted 6/29/17
Any animation created in Japan for Japan but I still can respect the real Japanese meaning for it: any kind of animation including Western cartoons such as Tom & Jerry, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, and The Powerpuff Girls.
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Posted 6/29/17
It's made in Japan....I guess.
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Posted 6/30/17
It's say it's more about style, audience, and purpose(?)

Japanese style or something more than cartoons (so RWBY too)
Aimed usually at an older demographic (13+)
With more characterization, plot, and story (how well they deliver on those things being subject)
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Posted 6/30/17
To me, anime is anything created/produced in Japan. I don't think art style should be a consideration on whether or not a show is an anime, because anime, like cartoons, have a variety of different styles; there is no one "anime art style". By this logic, I could call Panty and Stocking an American cartoon because it possesses an "American cartoon style".
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Posted 7/14/17
I really think that anime is only made in Japan, and cartoons made in America, just a random thought.
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Posted 25 days ago
Mostly anything coming out of Japan, but then again Avatar the Last Airbender was good and I'd see a good argument for that being an anime...
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