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Includes reviews of anime, an anime encyclopedia with both synopses of films and a basic dictionary of words and A Parents Guide to Anime which evaluates anime as suitable for family viewing, needing parental guidance or for mature audiences.
A site containing many links to articles and studies of Japanese culture, particularly anime and manga and its reflection of society with lesser emphasis on "traditional" cinema. Several of the webmaster's articles are also listed. Updated fairly regularly.
Anime Web Turnpike
The most well-known topical guide to Internet resources on anime, and manga. This is a good place to begin looking for information; includes links to the web pages of companies, pages put up by anime clubs, devoted to specific series, and many excellent online reference tools or databases.
Introduction to Anime
A handy index of online anime FAQ lists mostly from the rec.arts.anime newsgroups. Includes an anime primer and a resources list with links to anime distributors.
This fan created site focuses on the works of Studio Ghibli and its directors. Has a major section on Miyazaki Hayao, including a filmography.
Supersite for anime and manga fans. Includes links, film reviews, a theme search engine, and downloads.
To find anime at Duke, use advanced search of the catalog with "Animated films - Japan" as subject keyword and limit search to film/video format.