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:''Examples: {{a|1002|Gunslinger Girl}}, {{a|896|Kimi ga Nozomu Eien}}, {{a|22|Shinseiki Evangelion}}''
==Anthropomorphism... (1)==
'''Anthropomorphism''' is the attribution of uniquely human characteristics to non-human beings, inanimate objects, or natural or supernatural phenomena. If it's an animal or an object (AI excluded) and it speaks and/or does other human-like things (dresses up) then we're dealing with anthropomorphism.
:''Examples: {{a|4189|Chiisana Penguin Lolo no Bouken}}, {{a|820|Ihatov Gensou: Kenji no Haru}}, {{a|26|Juuni Kokuki}}, {{a|150|Oruchuban Ebichu}}
===Talking Animals===Despite the fact that they look like regular animals, they speak and understand human language. :''Examples: {{a|235|Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon}}, {{a|7|Mononoke Hime}}, {{a|239|Naruto}} ==Comedy ... (4)==
{{eyecatch|Details|The '''4''' subcategories are explained here: [[Categories:Elements:Comedy]]}}
Anime whose central struggle causes hilarious results. These stories are build upon funny characters, situations and events. A '''comedy''' anime is laced with humour and sets out to provoke laughter from the audience.
==Mahou Shoujo==
Most famously '''mahou shoujo''' (magical-girl) stories feature young girls with superhuman abilities who are forced to fight evil and protect the Earth.<br>''See also: Also see [[Wikipedia:Magical girl|Wiki Wikipedia - Mahou shoujo]]''
:''Examples: {{a|102|Card Captor Sakura}}, {{a|235|Sailor Moon}}, {{a|127|Magic Knight Rayearth}}, {{a|1075|Pretty Sammy}}, {{a|1413|Futari wa Pretty Cure}}''


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