Inspiration: All About Anime and Manga

23. 01. 2017

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between anime and manga? Well, both originate from Japan, but anime are cartoon videos, and manga are drawn (usually black and white) comics. Many drawn manga comics are then made into anime videos. Are you a huge anime/manga fan? Whether you are or not, we want to give you short introductions to a few of our favorites!

Naruto – Run, Dragon Ball Z – Villains and Death Note – Collage Posters; 5,99 € each



The manga turned anime series follows the journey of the young ninja named Naruto Uzumaki. In his village, he hopes to become the Hokage, which is the strongest leading ninja. Naruto is usually wearing orange clothing and has a headband that’s used as a forehead shield.

Naruto Shippuden – Split Poster; 5,99 €



Dragon Ball Z

Also starting as manga, the series’ main character Goku and other “good-guys” characters protect Earth from evil villains from outer space. This internationally recognized anime has created over 15 movies and 148 video games (mostly released in Japan).

Dragon Ball Z – Goku Jump Poster 5,99 € and Dragon Ball Z – Mix Badge Pack 4,70 €



Death Note

The protagonist Light Yagami is a high school student that finds a magic notebook named Ryuk. Light can use the notebook to kill others by knowing their name and face. The storyline follows Light as he tries to kill off the evil “bad-guys” while a detective knows as tries to stop him.

Death Note – Apple and Death Note – Duo Posters; 5,99 € each



Tokyo Ghoul

The magic world includes ghouls who live in secret among humans because they must eat human flesh to survive. Ghouls have powerful abilities and their eyes can change black with red irises when excited. The human main character Ken Kaneki turns into a half-ghoul after getting  surgery and accidentally receiving ghoul organs. He has to feed on human flesh and tries to fit in as a normal human to survive. There are many human organizations that try to find and kill the ghouls.

Tokyo Ghoul – Mask and Tokyo Ghoul – Conflict Posters; 5,99 € each




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