alternative words: Dr. Okido, Okido Hakase
keywords: character, pokemon
related topics: Pokemon , Ash
explanation: Specialist of Pokemon and instructor of Ash (Satoshi). It is him who offered "Pikachu" Pokemon to Ash whe he reached 10 years old.
keywords: character, nausicaa
related topics: Nausicaa of the valley of wind
explanation: One of biotechnological giants in manga/anime of Nausicaa. He will help Princess Nausicaa in her quest to save the world by destroying th tomb of Shuwa. The giants have been created in order to destroy the old world but curiously this one considers Nausicaa as his mother.
alternative words: Tezuka Osamu
keywords: anime, astroboy, author, manga
related topics: Astroboy , Princess knight , Kimba the White Lion , Hi no tori , Hyotan Tsugui , Rental book
related web sites: http://www.tezuka.co.jp , http://www.geocities.co.jp/Broadway/4220/top.html , http://www.phoenix.to , http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~hi5k-stu/tezuka/
explanation: Japanese mangaka, born November 3, 1926, near Osaka and dead February 9, 1989. He is one of the most important mangaka of post-war years. In fact, his works are spreading from the period of "Kashihonya" (rental book store) to TV animes by passing through manga magazines and comics. During his medical studies, he had already begun to publish mangas. As his main works, we can quote "Astroboy", "Black Jack", "Princess knight" , "Kimba the White Lion" and "Hi no tori".
alternative words: Oscar Fran殩s de Jarjayes
keywords: anime, character, manga
related topics: Lady Oscar
explanation: Main character of a manga "Lady Oscar". Since the noble family of de Jarjayes has only daughters, she has been brought up as a boy with the aim of choosing her as the successor. She is also a friend of Andy who is a grandson of wet nurse. Later, she becomes a head of royal guard of Marie Antoinette at Versailles Castle.
alternative words: Osomatsu-kun, Osomatsu kun, Young sextuplets
keywords: anime, manga, title
related topics: Fujio Akatsuka , Shonen Sunday
explanation: Manga written by Fujio Akatsuka and published by Shonen Sunday from April 1962 to 1967. Thanks to innumerable gags and funny characters, it shared the popularity with "Iga no Kagemaru" of "Mitsuteru Yokoyama" (a tale of Ninja) on Shonen Sunday. The shout "chez" of a French loving character, "Iyami", became a popular expression of that epoch. The anime version was aired by Mainich TV between February 1966 and March 1967.
keywords: general, manga
explanation: When you speak to an unknown person, you should call him politely "otaku" in Japanese. Virtually equivalent to Sir in English. But recently, it has acquired a second sense, i.e. "maniac fans of mangas or of videos", because of a lack of contact with the outer world, they use frequently "otaku" when speaking to others. In order to deserve this term, you should possess at least 1000 examples of those items and perhaps 2000 in Japan.