List of Works That Need Summary/Anime and Manga

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    The following shows, movies, and other media, are currently redlinks. They are worthy of an article here in at least one troper's opinion; but that troper may not be familiar enough with the show in question, or may not be a good writer, or, in some cases, knows the show is notable, hates it, but doesn't want to engage in Complaining About Shows You Don't Watch or Complaining About Shows You Don't Like.

    If you write an article about one of these, or it turns into a it turns into a bluelink or greenlink on its own, please remove it from this list, unless it's a redirect. If that is the case, point that out.

    Sometimes a work has versions in more than one medium (for example, The Tick has comic book, animation, and live-action versions). If your example is like this, please list it under all the appropriate media, with the media type in brackets after the name (for example, [[The Tick (comic)]], [[The Tick (animation)]], and [[The Tick (television)]]), and create a disambiguation page with the name of the work (for example, The Tick).

    A note about page naming: Some titles have had various translations of their titles, or have been renamed altogether when translated into English. Before adding a title to this list, please check Wikipedia (or, if there's no Wikipedia page for the work, the Anime News Network encyclopedia - the titles that they use on the individual work's pages are the commonly-accepted ones, and one can search on almost any variant title. (However, we cannot legally just copy-and-paste content from the ANN encyclopedia to this wiki, so please use only their listed names, not their descriptions.) Also, please remember that the overwhelming majority of our readers speak English, not Japanese, and will be looking for the English-language title of the work. All The Tropes is in part a guide to popular culture; using a name that almost nobody knows in Australia, New Zealand, North America or the UK goes against that purpose. Thus, please use the English-language titles when they exist. (For example, use Kimba the White Lion, not ジャングル大帝 or "Janguru Taitei").








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    For Korean animated works, see List of Works That Need Summary/Asian Animation.



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