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Magician's Academy
Hal Film Maker ZexcsOriginal run October 5, 2008 – December 21, 2008Episodes 12 Anime and Manga
Manga
portal Magician's Academy (まじしゃんず・あかでみい, Majishanzu Akademii) is a Japanese light novel series by Ichirō Sakaki, with illustrations by Blade. Nine volumes were published between January 24, 2003 and August 30, 2007; there is also a series of seven illustrated short stories called Macademi Radical. A manga adaptation by Blade was serialized in Enterbrain's Magi-Cu
Magi-Cu
magazine and released in one volume. Another manga adaptation by Hitomi Nakao was serialization in the seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive
Monthly Comic Alive
between February 27, 2008 and November 27, 2009 and collected in three volumes
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Fantasy
Fantasy
Fantasy
is a genre of fiction set in a fictional universe, often without any locations, events, or people referencing the real world. Its roots are in oral traditions, which then became literature and drama. From the twentieth century it has expanded further into various media, including film, television, graphic novels and video games. Fantasy
Fantasy
is a subgenre of speculative fiction and is distinguished from the genres of science fiction and horror by the absence of scientific or macabre themes respectively, though these genres overlap. In popular culture, the fantasy genre is predominantly of the medievalist form
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Nobuyuki Hiyama
YuYu Hakusho as Hiei The King of Braves GaoGaiGar as Gai Shishioh Fatal Fury & The King of Fighters as Joe Higashi The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time as Link Nobuyuki Hiyama (檜山 修之, Hiyama Nobuyuki, born August 25, 1967[1]) is a Japanese voice actor, narrator, and radio personality currently affiliated with Arts Vision. Hiyama's vocal register is described as a husky tenor suitable for voicing mature, young adult men. Combined with an impactful execution, he earned his reputation in voicing heroic protagonists commonly found in works of the mecha, fighting, and fantasy genres
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Clay Animation
Clay
Clay
animation or claymation, sometimes plasticine animation, is one of many forms of stop motion animation. Each animated piece, either character or background, is "deformable"—made of a malleable substance, usually plasticine clay.Characters in the animated series From Ilich to KuzmichA clay animation scene from a Finnish TV commercial[1]Traditional animation, from cel animation to stop motion, is produced by recording each frame, or still picture, on film or digital media and then playing the recorded frames back in rapid succession before the viewer. These and other moving images, from zoetrope to films to video games, create the illusion of motion by playing back at over ten to twelve frames per second
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Yukari Fukui
Yukari Fukui
Yukari Fukui
(福井 裕佳梨, Fukui Yukari, born 28 October 1982) is a Japanese actress, voice actress and gravure idol known by the nickname Yukarin (ゆかりん) in Japan.Contents1 Filmography1.1 Anime 1.2 OVA 1.3 Video games 1.4 Internet radio 1.5 Music2 References 3 External linksFilmography[edit] Anime[edit] 7 of Seven as Nanarin
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Santa
Santa Claus, also known as Saint
Saint
Nicholas, Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, or simply Santa, is a legendary figure originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved ("good" or "nice") children on Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve
(24 December) and the early morning hours of Christmas
Christmas
Day (25 December).[1] The modern Santa Claus
Santa Claus
grew out of traditions surrounding the historical Saint Nicholas
Saint Nicholas
(a fourth-century Greek bishop and gift-giver of Myra), the British figure of Father Christmas and the Dutch figure of Sinterklaas
Sinterklaas
(himself also based on Saint Nicholas)
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Otaku
Otaku
Otaku
(おたく/オタク) is a Japanese term for people with obsessive interests, commonly the anime and manga fandom. Its contemporary usage originated with Akio Nakamori's 1983 essay in Manga Burikko.[1][2] Otaku
Otaku
may be used as a pejorative; its negativity stems from the stereotypical view of otaku and the media's reporting on Tsutomu Miyazaki, "The Otaku
Otaku
Murderer", in 1989. According to studies published in 2013, the term has become less negative, and an increasing number of people now self-identify as otaku,[3] both in Japan and elsewhere. Otaku
Otaku
subculture is a central theme of various anime and manga works, documentaries and academic research. The subculture began in the 1980s as changing social mentalities and the nurturing of otaku traits by Japanese schools combined with the resignation of such individuals to become social outcasts
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Samael
Samael
Samael
(Hebrew: סַמָּאֵל‬, "Venom of God"[1] or "Poison of God", or "Blindness of God" Samael
Samael
or Samil)[2][3][4] is an important archangel in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore, a figure who is an accuser, seducer, and destroyer, and has been regarded as both good and evil. Rabbinical writings describe Samael
Samael
as the guardian angel of Esau
Esau
(and the Roman empire)[5] and a patron of Edom. He is considered in Talmudic texts to be a member of the heavenly host (with often grim and destructive duties). One of Samael's greatest roles in Jewish lore is that of the main archangel of death
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Lucifer
Lucifer
Lucifer
(/ˈluːsɪfər/ LOO-sif-ər) is a name that, according to dictionaries of the English language, refers either to the Devil
Devil
or to the planet Venus
Venus
when appearing as the morning star.[1][2][3] As a name for the Devil, the more common meaning in English, "Lucifer" is the rendering of the Hebrew
Hebrew
word הֵילֵל in Isaiah
Isaiah
(Isaiah 14:12) given in the King James Version
King James Version
of the Bible. The translators of this version took the word from the Latin
Latin
Vulgate,[4] which translated הֵילֵל by the Latin
Latin
word lucifer (uncapitalized),[5][6] meaning "the morning star, the planet Venus", or, as an adjective, "light-bringing".[7] As a name for the morning star, "Lucifer" is a proper name and is capitalized in English
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Barghest
In Northern English folklore, the Barghest or Barguest is a mythical monstrous black dog with large teeth and claws,[1] though in other cases the name can refer to a ghost or household elf, especially in Northumberland
Northumberland
and Durham, such as the Cauld Lad of Hylton.Contents1 Origin of the name 2 Domain and description 3 In popular culture 4 See also 5 ReferencesOrigin of the name[edit] "Ghost" in Northern England
Northern England
was pronounced "guest," and the origin is thought to be of the combination burh-ghest, "town-ghost." Others explain it as cognate to German Berg-geist, "mountain demon" or Bär-geist, "bear-demon".[1] Another mooted derivation is Bier-Geist, the "spirit of the funeral bier".[2] Domain and description[edit] One notable case is said to frequent a remote gorge named Troller's Gill in the Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire, England
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Ayako Kawasumi
Ayako Kawasumi
Ayako Kawasumi
(川澄 綾子, Kawasumi Ayako, born on March 30, 1976) is a Japanese voice actress and singer from Tokyo.[1] She is affectionately referred to by her fellow voice actors and fans as "Ayachii (あやちー)", "Ayasumi (あやすみ)" and "Aya-nē (あやねえ)". She is a skilled pianist because she's played the piano since childhood.[2] She composed and performed "...To You", the opening theme to Piano, and played pianists in the anime Piano
Piano
and Nodame Cantabile. She is one of the most prolific and well-known voice actresses in Japan
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Omi Minami
Omi Minami (南 央美, Minami Omi, born July 13, 1968) is a Japanese voice actress
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Tsundere
Tsundere
Tsundere
(ツンデレ, pronounced [tsɯndeɾe]) is a Japanese term for a character development process that describes a person who is initially cold (and sometimes even hostile) before gradually showing a warmer, friendlier side over time. The word is derived from the terms tsun tsun (ツンツン), meaning to turn away in disgust, and dere dere (デレデレ) meaning to become 'lovey dovey'.[1] Originally found in Japanese bishōjo games,[2] the word is now part of the otaku moe phenomenon,[3] reaching into other media such as maid cafés,[3] anime, manga, novels, and even mass media
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Harem (genre)
Harem
Harem
(ハーレムもの, hāremumono; "from harem") in anime and manga is an emphasis on polygamous or love triangle relationships characterized by a protagonist surrounded amorously by three or more members of either the same and/or opposing gender, sex, and/or love interests.[1] When it is a yuri or male-hetero oriented harem series, the polygynous relationship is informally referred to as a female harem or seraglios
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Mazinger Z
Mazinger
Mazinger
Z (Japanese: マジンガーZ, Hepburn: Majingā Zetto, known briefly as Tranzor Z in the United States) is a Japanese super robot manga series written and illustrated by Go Nagai. The first manga version was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump
Weekly Shōnen Jump
from October 1972 to August 1973, and it later continued in Kodansha
Kodansha
TV Magazine from October 1973 to September 1974.[3] It was adapted into an anime television series which aired on Fuji TV
Fuji TV
from December 1972 to September 1974. A second manga series was released alongside the TV show, this one drawn by Gosaku Ota, which started and ended almost at the same time as the TV show
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Sayaka Yumi
This is a list of characters from the anime and manga series Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger, Grendizer, and Mazinkaiser, as well as the Shin Mazinger
Mazinger
reboot. It lists the main players of the plots as well as minor characters or others that did not appear in more than one chapter.Contents1 From Mazinger
Mazinger
Z1.1 Koji Kabuto 1.2 Aphrodite A 1.3 Sayaka Yumi 1.4 Shiro Kabuto 1.5 Boss 1.6 Mucha & Nuke 1.7 Misato 1.8 Dr. Yumi 1.9 Juzo Kabuto 1.10 Professors Sewashi, Nossori & Mori Mori 1.11 Dr. Hell 1.12 Baron Ashura 1.13 Count Brocken 1.14 Viscount Pygman 1.15 Iron Masks 1.16 Iron Crosses 1.17 Bakarasu 1.18 Dr
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