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MensagemAssunto: Géneros de Anime   Ter Ago 28, 2007 4:00 am

Bem, vocês sabem que existem animes para todos os gostos, por isso passo a clarificar o que cada género significa:

Action:
Animes de acção rápida, com lutas, sangue, mortes e cenas de perseguição. As lutas vão desde lutas de espadas, "porrada", tiroteios a batalhas de tanques, robôs do espaço, entre outros.

Adventure:
Segue a jornada de alguém. Este género é normalmente assiciado á acção, como parte da jornada para salvar alguém, lutar para se salvar a si, para encontrar um certo objecto, completar uma missão, etc.

Fantasy:
Um género que usa seres imaginários, mitológicos ou subrenaturais. Não existe necessidade de existirem monstros ou fantasmas num anime para ser considerado fantasia. Humanos podem possuir poderes sobrenaturais, ou pessoas que vivem num mundo imaginário podem ser considerados elementos de fantasia. Mesmo que as personagens principais não sejam humanos, irão ter sempre aparência humana.

Mecha:
Normalmente lida com grandes robôs usados como extensões do corpo do piloto em vês de armas como tanques. É normalmente associado á ficção científica, mas pode ser considerado fantasia, quando os robôs afinal não são robôs mas sim seres mitológicos, envocados por pessoas dotadas, por exemplo.

Science Fiction:

Deals with advanced technology set in the future. Sci-fi is usually about technology turning against mankind, or some sort of alien technology that is threatening to end the world.

Drama:

In-depth character development and relationships. It is usually very emotional and some aspects are similar to love/romance, though drama is more sad and the relationships don’t always work out.

Love/Romance:

All about love relationships and the ups and downs the couple (or couple-to-be) have. Shows of this genre usually have a happy ending.

Comedy:

The show must be funny. The comedic scenes are usually visual exaggeration: heavy use of exaggeration in facial features, body proportions and emotions. Can be associated with almost any other genre, though not drama.

School Life:

Revolves around one’s educational life, the relationships that develop, the school-oriented events that occur etc, and can be associated with almost any other genre.

Sport:

Focuses on sport; the main character playing a particular sport and rising in status.

Historical Setting:

Set in the past and is usually associated with action or martial arts. Historical setting would seem to be the opposite of fantasy (history being fact and fantasy being imagination), but not all historical animes are entirely accurate, and can also have mythical beats roaming around as well.

Music:

Similar to sport, focuses on music and the people playing it.

Cooking:

Like sport and music, revolves around cooking.

Harem:

Three or more girls vying for the attention of a single, indecisive male. Anime of this genre often end with the guy not choosing any of the girls. This can also be the reverse.

Martial Arts:

This genre focuses on, well… martial arts! It is usually about hand-to-hand combat, lots of kicking, special moves and swordfighting.

Mystery:

Detective stories, which focus on the unravelling of secrets and the uncovering of truth.

Horror:

Features scary, deformed characters and monsters (usually of a supernatural origin), as well as lots of blood, murder and gory scenes. Horror anime are made as realistic as possible, which means no cute girls with large eyes and abnormal hair styles (usually).

Ecchi:

More of a visual style than plot, as it includes a lot of sexual humour and fan service (for males), such as bare breasts, panty shots and girls in erotic positions. Note: there is no actual porn.

Shounen-Ai:

Directly translated as ‘boy love’, deals with relationships between males. Shounen-ai is of a romance type, not gay porn (which means it’s different from Yaoi).

Yaoi:

Pornographic anime featuring men with men, otherwise known as gay porn, which focuses on the sex and has no real plot.

Shoujo-Ai:

Literally means ‘girl love’, deals with relationships between females, the opposite of Shounen-Ai but more common.

Yuri:

Although many sources will say that Shoujo-ai and Yuri are the same thing, they are not. Yuri is pornographic anime featuring women with women, and like Yaoi, has little necessity for story and focuses more on the visual details.

Mature:

Aimed at the adult audience, includes a lot of nudity and sex scenes.

Shoujo:

Anime aimed at young girls, which have more focus on plot and character development with idealised love stories. The age range for the targeted audience is quite broad, from very young to young teens.

Mahou Shoujo:

Japanese for ‘magical girl,’ it’s subgenre of Shoujo, but popular enough for special mention. Literally means ‘magical girl’, where the heroines get magical powers to fight against evil. Flashy costumes, wands and spells are a common element in Mahou Shoujo (and a bit more action).

Shounen:

Japanese for ‘boy’, it’s aimed at young boys, usually ‘fighting’ anime like action and mecha/transformer type shows. The age range for the targeted audience is quite broad, from very young children to young teens.

Mahou Shounen:

Japanese for ‘magical boy,’ it’s the opposite to Mahou Shoujo and less common, where the main male characters get magical powers.

Seinen:

Japanese for ‘man’, it is aimed at teenage boys and young men. It is generally more complicated and sophisticated than Shounen anime, with more psychological and sexual elements, and puts more focus on plot rather than action (if the show is also under the Action genre, which it usually is). In its character development and relationship side, it is similar to Shoujo, but is usually darker (more like the Drama genre).

Josei:

Japanese for ‘woman’, it is probably the rarest form of anime, aimed at young women. A lot of Josei shows also fall under the category if Yaoi (gay porn), but Josei anime can also be about families and mothers.

Kodomo:

Japanese for ‘child’, it is Anime aimed at young children (younger than the audience you’d expect to get from Shounen and Shoujo anime).

Sentai:

Japanese for ‘fighting team,’ it deals with superheroes and superhero teams, closely associated with the Shounen and Kodomo genres.

Bishoujo:

Japanese for ‘beautiful girl’, it is a very broad genre and can be used to describe any anime featuring pretty female characters and heroines.

Bishounen:

Japanese for ‘beautiful boy’, it is the opposite of Bishoujo, where the main male characters are drawn to be ‘pretty’ and ‘elegant’, which is a style that some Shoujo animes use.

Hentai:

Pornographic anime or erotica. Hentai itself is translated to ‘perverted’. Anything classified as Hentai would also be Mature.

Futuramente será traduzido para PT

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