Episode 21 – Sakuga and Canipa

“Animation can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive. This facility makes it the most versatile and explicit means of communication yet devised for quick mass appreciation.”

~ Walt Disney

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I believe that animation is the freest form of expression. It’s a topic I extrapolated on in my last article, ‘Why Anime?‘ – if you can imagine it, that it can exist on paper. And they live and move. When the best ideas flash before our eyes on-the-ones, in bright colors and impact frames, we call it sakuga.

Of course, that’s not all that sakuga is… So we talk about who makes it.

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Opening Theme: Koi no HEAT WAVE by Granrodeo

Ending Theme: Kunimichi 127-go Sen no Shiroki Inazumi by Kishidan


-passion meets paper-

Callum May

The Canipa Effect has been one of my favorite YouTube channels since I found it a few weeks back, and i continue to be impressed. Along with sakuga, Callum is known for his insightful analysis and pronounced critique of anime that I deeply enjoy. I can rest assured that the anime YouTube space is safe knowing he’s making videos. But don’t take my word for it.

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