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Old 2006-04-03, 12:05   Link #21
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kuro-rekishi ("Dark History")

Something that is so bad, it is never discussed or brought up again as it never happened.

The word comes from the frequent usage of the term kuro-rekishi in the anime "Turn-A Gundam." In it, the story tells of how all the previous Gundam animes were part of one singular kuro-rekishi whose wars and technologies are part of an advanced lost history. Scenes of all the previous Gundam animes make cameos, along with excavations of mechas (previous gundams, zakus, etc.) from the kuro-rekishi era.

The terminology was since assimilated into otaku lingo to describe past works that are just so darn horrible that it should never be mentioned again.

Examples of kuro-rekishi titles:

Mirai Shounen Conan II Taiga Adventure
Due to viewer response, the "Mirai Shounen Conan II" part was dropped from the title.

Sister Princess
First season's sakuga and story quality sucked big time. Many fans joked when the second TV series' title was named "RePure." And by looking at the second season, it seemed that was what the anime staff had in mind - to throw out the previous one as an utter failure and to "re-puritize" the SisPre franchise to the way it should've been.

Macross II
Much like Highlander II, both "sequels" almost killed the franchise.

Secret of Blue Water Nadia - The Movie
The movie departed much from the original TV series that many say it was a totally different anime.

Shingetsutan Tsukihime
Especially hard-core TYPE-MOON fans dislike the way they butchered the story. Ciel-sempai not eating curry and eating spaghetti instead? Blasphemy!!

Mahou Sensei Negima!
Weird hair colors, declining sakuga quality, poor script writing had even the original manga author in sweatdrops. www

Hellsing (TV version)
Blasphemy. That's why another company are doing the OVA.

Lupin III - Fuuma Conspiracy
Change the entire voice cast of Lupin III!? How dare they do that!!!



The term kuro-rekishi has also encompassed to anything that should be put under the rug, never to be spoken of again. For example:

Miyamura Yuko
The time she appeared in a porno before she became well-known seiyuu.

The manga version of Suzumiya Haruhi by Mizuno Makoto
Mizuno Makoto's manga version of Suzumiya Haruhi was published back in September of 2004, but it was so bad that fans refused to acknowledge it. When a new serialization was made on Shounen Ace by Tsuganogaku in 2005, the publishers even said that "this is the first manga adaptation of Suzumiya Haruhi," officially putting Mizuno Makoto's version as something to be never mentioned again.

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Old 2006-04-10, 12:45   Link #22
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Kyo-Ani

Abbreviation for the anime production studio Kyoto Animation. Obviously, the name comes from because that they are located in Kyoto.

They started off as a finalization touch up studio for Mushi-Pro. However, as their production values increased, they became a gross-uke (a secondary genga studio responsible to make several episodes at the request of a larger company). Their high quality job began to be noticed by major studios such as Shin-ei, Sunrise, and Pierrot. Their quality was so high that the major studios actually reshuffled some episodes to match Kyo-Ani's schedules so they could get a very important episode that is worthy of a high quality animation.

Their major breakthrough came when they were given the entire anime production rights for "Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu." Many fans had its doubts, especially when they knew how GONZO screwed up the first "Full Metal Panic!", let alone having a company that not many people (other than people outside of the industry) knew about. However, when the box was opened, the beautiful OP sequence and vivid colors of the animation substantially increased Kyo-Ani's name as a "high quality animation studio." When they pulled off "AIR" with godly sakuga quality of flowing hairs and masterful storyline true to the original story, Kyo-Ani was established as a reputable anime production studio.

Since then, they were given "Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu," and currently makes "Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu." This autumn, they will release the remake of "Kanon," which is highly rumored that Baba CEO of Key/VisualArt's personally requested to Kyo-Ani. Gatoh Shoji, the author of "Full Metal Panic," also has a large preference of Kyo-Ani's production quality that it is highly expected that other "Full Metal Panic!" novels will become animated through Kyo-Ani as well. Kyo-Ani has established itself as a respected company in the tough world of anime production companies; so much that once fans learn that a certain title will be made by Kyo-Ani, they all sigh in relief and praise that the title was "worthy of being animated by the gods at Kyo-Ani."
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Old 2006-04-23, 00:06   Link #23
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Also, what does "moe" mean?
Expect a very broad answer:

Moe

Moe can be any or a combo of things listed by Sushi-Y in post 35.
Moe is the backbone of the multibillion yen otaku industry.
Moe is what NoSanninWa "got" all of a sudden back in November 2004 (reading that with post 549 and post 550 would make a really good 4-koma manga!!)
Moe is something that can't be described, it's something that you know you are moe~d when it hits you.
When moe warms your heart and melts your brain out of uber-moe~ness, you are officially considered to be an otaku in my eyes (that's saying a lot).
Your moe may not necessarily be my moe.

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Old 2006-04-24, 06:06   Link #24
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Sekai-kei

Psychology oriented "first-and-second-person-view" type anime. Think: Neon Genesis Evangelion, Eureka Seven, Shoujo Kakumei Utena, Hoshi no Koe, Iriya no Sora UFO no Natsu, Elfen Lied, Saikano. You get the idea. There's only "me," "you," and "the world" (everyone else).

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Old 2006-04-24, 13:29   Link #25
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wwww (or variants with more w's)

wwww -> Japanese equivalent of "lol"

from "warau" (to laugh)

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Old 2006-04-25, 08:24   Link #26
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VIPPER

A VIPPER is someone who visits 2ch's VIP lounge/NEWS4VIP (a board that, afaik, is about being rather silly), with its entire own subculture and well, something vaguely like /b/ on 4chan and /dqn/ on iichan and SAgoons and all of that thrown together into a jolly electric mixer.

I think its not just VIPPERs who use wwwww though... but maybe stuff like ブーン (usually written in english as boon, refer to ) ... which brings me back to that Suzumiya Haruhi ED, it was as if ブーン was really in the lyrics. It appears that that dance has been parodied extensively, especially that ブーン sequence...
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Old 2006-05-05, 16:50   Link #27
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MAD video

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Originally Posted by NoSanninWa
What is a MAD?
Google ("amv mad") gives me this (only a cache copy at the moment, page itself is unavailable).
Quote:
What is a MAD?

Today the word MAD stipulates an edited video or tape made as a parody from doujin circles. However, the true origin of this word comes from the Osaka University of Arts and Music. Around 1978, two members, Mr. Shimagawa and Mr. Y, of the group CAS began making medleys of anime and sentai show songs with guitars. After awhile, they decided to try and use their recordings as the actual background music for the shows. After this initial test, they eventually went into the realm of parody. Thus, the MAD was born.

At the same time, in a completely different place in Osaka, a middle school student named Imai had started his own MAD creation. It all began from his desire for the background music from the anime show Yamato. At the time no drama records had been released, so he recorded the BGM from the TV show where there was no dialogue and pieced the clips together to make a full song. After enjoying success in this first endeavor, he began to piece together dialogue from the show and create his own memorable scenes for the show. Upon sharing his works with his Yamato loving friends and having fun playing with words and quotes, they decided to actually edit the video as well. This ultimately led to the creation of the MAD Yamato club in their high school years. Finally, when Imai entered the Osaka University of Arts and Music, the fate of these MAD's were brought together. Imai, excited that there were others interested in such zany acts, took in the Sound MAD created by his senpai and released his NEW MAD SERIES.

Much time has passed and we now know MAD's as they exist today. One question you may ask is why they are called MAD's. This stems from the name of the tape that was first made. It was originally titled the Kichigai Tape (Tape of Madness), but for some reason or other the title was changed from Japanese to English.

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Old 2006-05-10, 08:15   Link #28
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Sakuga (作画)

Generally refers to the drawings in an anime.

More often than not it is talking about how the pictures are drawn - are they close to the model, do they show good expressions, are they anatomically/proportionally correct, are the shadows right, etc...
However, some people use it with reference to the animation as a whole (drawings + line quality + movement (and timing) + shading etc, but not colour). I think that isn't entirely accurate.

When you see people going about "nani kono sakuga" or "hidoi sakuga" they're usually complaining about the poor quality of drawings, but if it's smooth they'll usually say "yoku ugoiteru ne" (something to that extent), or maybe something like "sugee douga". If it's smooth and well-drawn and moves WELL (meaning with nuance, sense of weight, etc.) they'll say "kami sakuga". A common appreciation of cool animation seems to be 鳥肌が立った - I got goosebumps. Like shivers down your spine.

An important, related term is Sakuga kantoku (作画監督) also abbreviated as "sakkan". Literally translated as "animation director", which is misleading. The job of a sakkan is to correct the genga made by key animators (see below). Corrected drawings are done on yellow paper, apparently. This is one of the important roles, and is one of the 4 most important per episode (the other 3 being scriptwriter, storyboarder and episode director).

I am going to ((very) extensively) blather on about this so I have put it in a spoiler tag.

Spoiler for About sakkans/animation directors:






Genga (原画)

Usually translated as key animation. It literally means "original drawings". This is something I'm still not entirely clear about, but basically they draw the important frames in a show - and leave the in-between stuff to, well, the in-between animators. In-between animation work is called douga 動画 and also involves tracing the lines from the genga so that it looks neat and so on, called clean-up.
Spoiler for extra stuff:


edit: I can be wrong on some of this
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Old 2006-05-15, 10:21   Link #29
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Broad list of Genres (various other classifications exists)


Age-based classification
Shounen (boys' anime)
Shoujo (girls' anime)
Jousei (young women's)
Seinen (young men's)

Content-based classification
Mahou shoujo (magical girls)
Mecha
Space Opera
Action, Sci-fi, Drama, Romance, Slice-of-life, etc...(as in live-action)

Bishoujo (pretty girls, usually erogame-based whose subfields listed here in increasing sexual content)
  • Visual Novels
    Nakige (crying stories)
    Dating Sims
    Galge
    Yaruge ("do it")

Furthermore, the moe factor in dating sims subfields are thus
-Junai-kei moe: loving relationship between heroines and male protagonist
-Otome-kei moe: no male presence; heroine is centerpiece of idealized world. Iyashi-kei (healing) type anime and manga often fall under this classification.
-Erokawaii-kei moe: sexualized heroines; i.e. this is lolicon
-Denpa-kei moe: 'pure exhuberant cuteness' at the expense of narrative, like Digi-charat
(special thanks to heiseidemocracy.net for the info)

Bishounen (pretty boys, usually based on girls' dating sims)
Shounen-ai (boys' love)
- yaoi (with explicit sex)
Shoujo-ai(girls' love)
- yuri (with explicit sex)

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Old 2006-06-23, 18:41   Link #30
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Raising the Flag (Furagu ga Tatsu)

A term used to describe a certain point where a distinctive decision was made that alters the outcome. The meaning comes from the computer term "flag," which you can read at wikipedia.

It's-been-a-while-but-still-a-very-crappy-usage-example:

"I decided to comment on the way the girl ties her hair differently everyday. That raised the flag for my future headaches with her..."



Related terms:

Death Flag (Shibou Flag)
The "death" flag. A certain comment, decision, or any other distinctive moment where the viewer knows that the character is going to die soon.

You've-seen-this-many-times-didn't-you-example:

"The character's best friend showed him a photo of his wife and child he left behind. Aww crap, his death flag has been raised."

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Old 2006-06-23, 19:04   Link #31
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Stepped on a Mine (Jirai wo Funda)

An expression that you use when you bought a game (or DVD, or whatever) that you thought it was going to be great (whether by means of pre-sale hype or by looking at the pretty pictures), but it turned out to be a dud. By the time you realize this, many others would've also thought the same. Hence, even if you try to sell to a used-game store, the money that they give you is close to nothing. Since you get pit-for-peaches, you are stuck with the shitty game. And all that's left is to blame yourself as you smack you head for being so stupid.


Real-life example:

"The pre-sale hype of this game was tremendous. But when it finally went on sale, this Sega Saturn game turned out to be a fluke; it's nothing but a game where a loser travels around to find the person who sent him a mysterious letter, and becomes taunted week-by-week with stalkerish calls from girls who yearns to meet him. I obviously stepped on a mine with this game."
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Old 2006-06-24, 05:20   Link #32
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Nuclear Mine (Kaku Jirai)

Same meaning as a normal mine, but a hell-of-a-lot worse.

Real-life example:

"I bought Summer Days."
"You moron."
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Old 2006-07-17, 17:51   Link #33
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Nae

Literally, nae mean "to wither," "to lose strength," "to lose one's drive." It's also a term used when a man's certain protruding organ loses its erection due to "malfunction."

In otaku lingo, this is used primarily as an antonym to moe. If moe~ spurs warmth throughout your body, nae suddenly cools you drastically for being too awful. It may be used counter-actively along with an initial moe~ drive (i.e.: a cute moe~ looking girl turned out to be a man, etc.). If you feel your emotional and mental temperature suddenly drop by 10 degrees centigrade, then that's a sign that you are in nae~.


Here's a recent example:

Once I learned that this doujinshi was about futanari, I suddenly went nae~. (And no, I'm not explaining what futanari means. Someone else do it if you are a fan of those types...)

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Old 2006-07-17, 18:31   Link #34
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PPPH

A certain "tradition" or "certain way" to get into the heat of the moment in an (otakui-ish) idol concert.

PPPH stands for "Pan, Pa-Pan, Hyu-." Translated into English onomatopoeia, it's "Clap, Cla-Clap, Whee!" Would that then make the English equivalent a CCCW? Hmm...

PPPHs are done during the B-melo part of the song that has the rhythm of "ta-tatan."

The formal way was to do a PPPH is:

1. Single clap just below your left breast
2. Followed by a two short-syllable claps below your right breast
3. And ending it with jumping straight up with your right arm extended upward while saying "whee!" (imagine doing a shoryuken and screaming "whee!").

Many variants of PPPH exists, like saying "oi!," "hey!," or "yeah!" instead of "hyu," doing a spiral motion when jumping, etc. etc. Idol seiyuu concerts tend to have a large variation in PPPH amongst their hard-core fans.


Example:

I don't mind doing a PPPH at a seiyuu concert. What I do mind is the guy next to me splashing his sweat across my face at the "H" part of the PPPH.
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Old 2006-07-17, 19:06   Link #35
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Pilgrimage (seichi junrei)

Many religions have certain pilgrimage that their followers are required to go once in their lifetime. Visiting the Vatican can be awe-inspiring pilgrimage for certain Catholics, while Muslims must take a Hajj to Mecca at least once in their lifetime.

In otaku lingo, a pilgrimage means "visiting the real-life location of a certain anime, game, or manga." Some devoted otakus go to lengths of visiting the actual towns, villages, and locations that were used in anime and games, just for the heck of it. It is quite fun actually. Not only do you do get to see other places, you also get good exercise which some otakus desperately need.

Some of the famous pilgrimage sites include:

1. Lake Kizakiko and it's surrounding areas (Onegai Teacher)
http://www.funk.ne.jp/~rybero/event/030914.htm
http://www.sakai.zaq.ne.jp/irisissnow/one/index.html

2. Shirakawa-go World Heritage Site (Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni)
http://park17.wakwak.com/~mahosaro/higurashi_seiti.html
http://po6.nsk.ne.jp/~norisige/higurashi.html
http://www1.winknet.ne.jp/~shika-hzk...wa_report.html

3. Kanon/AIR
http://www.ko1jikan.jp/special2/kanon.html
http://www.ko1jikan.jp/special2/kanon2.html
http://yosino.sakura.ne.jp/tabi/seichi/kunitachi.html
http://yosino.sakura.ne.jp/tabi/seichi/kasumi.html

Far more exists...see what you guys can come up with!!
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Old 2006-07-18, 04:27   Link #36
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Futanari

Literally referring to one thing holding the shapes/properties of two different things. A hermaphrodite. In the otaku(?) world, futanari can be considered as a genre name (similiar to yuri or yaoi), most often used to refer to to 18+ ero products featuring sexual acts between female characters, with at least one of them possessing the male sex organ.

ORZ, OTL, OTZ
As far as I know, it started around 2002 on WinMX chats before flowing into 2ch, where its usage skyrocketed. As an AA emoticon, it originally started as 〇| ̄|_, but since it's a lot easier to type "orz", it became the most commonly used version.
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Old 2006-08-18, 14:01   Link #37
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Onee-chan

Literally, "elder sister."

In otaku lingo, it refers to the nickname of famed seiyuu Inoue Kikuko. Ever since she played the role of the eldest sister, Tendou Kasumi in "Ranma 1/2," she went by the nickname of "oneechan." It was becasue she always wanted to be an elder sister.

On another note, she is forever seventeen years old. Whenever she introduces herself, she says "Inoue Kikuko, 17sai desu." (trans: "I am Inoue Kikuko and I am seventeen years old.") Obviously it's a joke, and people MUST respond with a tsukkomi by saying "oioi" (trans: "sure sure.") But if you really happen to be seventeen, she'll counter with "so-desuka" (trans: "I see...").

Example:

My dream is to meet onee-chan and say "oioi" when she introduces herself as "Inoue Kikuko, 17sai desu."
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Old 2006-08-30, 19:01   Link #38
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kao-gei

Weird facial expressions, in which many people in the English speaking world would use the term "emo-facials."

Example:
The over-excessive kao-gei in the anime version of Higurashi no Naku Koroni cheapens the effect. Why couldn't the anime production staff just stick with the more creepier oyashiro-mode from the game?

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light novel

The following is a direct copy & paste from the Information and FAQs regarding FMP thread. This way, people will quit bugging me about incessant questions regarding "what the heck is a light novel and how is that different from a manga?

CHAPTER ONE: "FULL METAL PANIC!" IS A NOVEL.


What is "Full Metal Panic!" ?


"Full Metal Panic!" known in Japan as "fullmeta" and outside of Japan as FMP, is an anime based on a novel


What do you mean by novel? Do you mean graphic novels? Then it is from a manga right?

NO. When I say novel I mean a novel. The ones with letters in in which you actually have to read everything word for word.

"Full Metal Panic!" is a 'light' novel that is aimed for teenagers. Here in Japan, we have many novels that are targeted for teens. Many of these novels become animated when they are successful. Just to name a few, "Slayers," "Scrapped Princess," "Maburaho," and "Maria-sama ga Miteru" are all animes that are based on light novels. A broad definition of the term can be found on the English wikipedia site.

These novels are (usually, but not always) initially serialized on a monthly magazine (just like mangas are initially serialized in a weekly/monthly comic magazine).

In the case of fullmeta, stories are initially run on Monthly Dragon Magazine - a magazine aimed at teenagers from the publisher Kadokawa Shoten. When enough stories are compiled to form one volume of a novel, they are placed into a book. The book is released by Fujimi Fantasia Bunko press - a subsidiary of Kadokawa Shoten.

A light novel consists of around 200-400 pages of text, with around 5-7 picture inserts in them. Light novels are a tag team effort between the author and the illustrator. The author writes up the story, while the illustrator draws cover designs and picture inserts for a specific scene. See example below:

Copyright: Fujimi Fantasia Bunko, Gatoh Shoji, Shiki Doji / "Houtte Okenai Lone Wolf" pp. 152-153



[right (pg 152)]: roughly 95% of the book consists of this
[left (pg 153)]: the other 5% has illustrated art

In the case of "Full Metal Panic!" the original author is Gatoh Shoji, and the illustrator is Shiki Doji. In all fullmeta anime that you see, you will see their names credited for main story and main character designs.

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Old 2006-09-04, 22:00   Link #40
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MUSASHI

Due to the immense shock that the anime "MUSASHI GUNdou" received for its obvious and unintentionally sub-par animation standards, off-sync acting, inconsistent key animation sequences and non-unified weaponry and scenes, the word MUSASHI is now on it's own standard. In the past, this would've qualified for being a "Yashigani." However, the anime quality of this was just so awful, it actually made it interesting for people to watch and mock.

Whereas a "Yashigani" anime is just too horrid to watch, an anime that qualifies on the level of "MUSASHI GUNdou" can be quite interesting. I guess the English term "it is so bad... that it is good" makes the most sense for a MUSASHI anime.

A good example of a MUSASHI level anime would be: "Government Crime Investigation Agent Zaizen Jotaro"

An anime labeled with the [dis]honor of being a "MUSASHI level" anime MUST NOT try to mend its mistakes because it ruins the enjoyment!


Example:

1. Dude, have you seen the anime "Mamotte Lolipop" yet? I think we have another MUSASHI!!!
2. Hey, what happened to this episode! The sakuga-quality is actually good! Aww man, that ain't no MUSASHI anymore!!! (pissed)

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