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(not convinced Hello Kitty belongs here, but simplifying the links in the mean time.)
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*[[TrogdorCon '97]] — [[Strong Sad]] mentions he was going to buy some "anime", which Strong Bad refers to as the outdated name, "japanimation".
*[[TrogdorCon '97]] — [[Strong Sad]] mentions he was going to buy some "anime", which Strong Bad refers to as the outdated name, "japanimation".
**[[Homestar Runner]] plans to buy manga (which he [[Foreign Words|mispronounces]]), a type of comic book that inspires many pieces of anime.
**[[Homestar Runner]] plans to buy manga (which he [[Foreign Words|mispronounces]]), a type of comic book that inspires many pieces of anime.
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*[[Most in the Graveyard]] — [[King of Town]] dresses as [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hello_Kitty Hello Kitty].
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*[[Most in the Graveyard]] — [[King of Town]] dresses as [[Wikipedia:Hello Kitty|Hello Kitty]].
*[[4 Gregs]] — [[Japanese Culture Greg]]'s face turns anime/manga style every time he says a Japanese word.
*[[4 Gregs]] — [[Japanese Culture Greg]]'s face turns anime/manga style every time he says a Japanese word.
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*[[Later That Night...]] — Strong Bad dresses as No-Face from the Studio Ghibli film, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spirited_Away Spirited Away].
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*[[Later That Night...]] — Strong Bad dresses as No-Face from the Studio Ghibli film, [[Wikipedia:Spirited Away|Spirited Away]].
==See Also==
==See Also==

Revision as of 04:46, 29 March 2018

Are you asking for a JAPANESE CARTOON!?!

Anime is the term for East Asian cartoons, primarily those made in Japan. Anime has made several appearances in the Homestar Runner universe.

Appearances

"AKIHABARA!"

See Also

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