Portal:Anime and manga/Selected picture

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Step 1: Add a new Selected picture to the next available subpage by clicking the red link and editing. If there are no more red links, edit this page to add the new subpage at the bottom of the list, save, then click your new red link.

Step 2: On the new subpage, paste this code from the subpage layout guide:

{{Portal:Anime and Manga/Selected picture/Layout

Step 3: Ensure that the picture is freely licensed before adding it here. Adjust the size if needed to ensure that the picture is not excessively large as compared to the other images. Add a short caption to the picture (see the Manual of Style) and add a short description of the picture in the text field. Credit the source of the image, not the uploader. Lastly, add a relevant link to the article that the image's subject matter covers.

Step 4: Update "max=" to new total for its {{Random portal component}} on the main portal page.

Adding pictures[edit]

Feel free to add any pictures about anime or manga from the to the list below, within these guidelines:

  • The main subject matter of the picture should be anime/manga-related, such as for voice actors, directors, producers, etc.

Pictures for adding can be found at Category:Anime and Category:Manga. If you are unsure or do not know how to add an entry, feel free leave a note on this list's talk page, or on the main portal talk page.

Selected pictures list[edit]

Pictures 1-20[edit]

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Wikipe-tan, one of the unofficial mascots of Wikipedia.
Credit: Kasuga

Wikipe-tan is a moe anthropomorphization of Wikipedia. In Japanese animation, "moe" characters are those designed to elicit a protective or loving response from the audience. Like many moe characters, Wikipe-tan is designed to be a cute young girl.

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Mahuri, an anime character
Credit: Niabot

Drawing of an anime character named "Mahuri". It combines design elements of Mahoro from Mahoromatic and Haruhi Suzumiya (character) from Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu.

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A revealing figure named Sythatia
Credit: Niabot

Drawing of a revealing figure named Sythatia that includes typical manga and anime elements. This drawing is an example of ecchi, which describes vague sexual content such as skimpy clothing, partial or full nudity.

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Yoshihiro Tatsumi
Credit: Yasu

A picture of Yoshihiro Tatsumi, a Japanese manga artist who is widely credited with starting the gekiga style of alternative comics in Japan. He was also the subject of the 2011 film Tatsumi by director Eric Khoo.

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Hayao Miyazaki
Credit: Thomas Schulz

A photo of the famous Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki at the 2008 Venice Film Festival. Miyazaki's works includes the anime films Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), My Neighbor Totoro (1988) and Spirited Away (2001). Many have been adapted for worldwide releases.

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Tsubasa: Those with Wings
Credit: Minorou

A short German "manga" illustrating panels and graphic narration.

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Credit: DVoeuxrdw

Covers of the manga Captain Tsubasa by Yōichi Takahashi. This popular manga series later spawned a series of animation and video game adaptations.

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Credit: KishiShiotani

An illustration of a Bishōnen, a young man whose beauty can transcend the boundary of gender or sexual orientation.

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Credit: mikemol

A group of Cosplayers imitating characters from the manga Dragon Ball.

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Train with a Doreamon livery
Credit: SElefant

A locomotive in a special Doraemon livery at Aomori Station. This locomotive was in use during summer between 1998 to 2002.

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Cover of Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Credit: Viz Media

The cover of the first issue of the Weekly Shōnen Magazine, a now-defunct magazine dedicated to Shōnen manga.

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Credit: John (Phoenix) Brown

The member of the manga artist group CLAMP. Their works includes mangas like Cardcaptor Sakura, Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle and Chobits.

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Satsuki and Mei’s House
Credit: Gnsin

A reproduction of the house Satsuki and Mei lived in in the 1988 anime film My Neighbor Totoro

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A sample picture of Lolicons
Credit: Kasuga

An example of Lolicon, an erotic portrayal of young girls. Critics claim that this genre contributes to actual sexual abuse of children, while others have refuted such claims.

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An artwork depicting Shōnen-ai
Credit: Sen Cross, Hiji and Ryo at Animexx

An artwork depicting Shōnen-ai. Unlike Yaoi mangas, Shōnen-ai mangas focus more on romance and do not include explicit sexual content, although they may include implicit sexual content.

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A drawing in manga style
Credit: Niabot

A drawing of a fictional landscape with a figure in a manga style

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A manga-like character in a school swimsuit
Credit: Niabot

A drawing of a fictional character wearing a school swimsuit.

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A Dojikko
Credit: Niabot

A drawing of a Dojikko (a clumsy girl that doesn't miss a chance to make a mistake).

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A drawing depicting a chibi catgirl.
Credit: Niabot

A drawing depicting a chibi catgirl.

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A drawing in manga style
Credit: Niabot

A drawing of a fictional girl in a manga style