Music anime generally revolves around people concerned with music in their everyday lives.In addition they often adhere to certain genre conventions, the emphasis on training and practice in preparation for competitions, characters desire for self improvement, and pursuit of a specific goal. The arts represent an outlet of human expression, usually influenced by culture, and driven by human creative impulse.This means up to and including 10 minutes; shows with episodes that are 11 to 20 minutes in length are half-length episodes instead.Not to be confused with multi-segment episodes, which are regular episodes that are split into several short segments (parts), usually with separate titles and independent storylines.In general, Ani DB will post at most once per month to collect funding.If for example, we make a "paid creation post", and based on the current number of subscribed Patrons that 1 post generates 0 USD, that would be enough to cover ~2 months' worth of server costs.
Some art forms combine a visual element with performance (e.g. Generally if an original work (原作) credit is given, it will be to the studio, or director, or other members of the production team.
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Anime that imitate other stories (can be from TV, film, books, historical events, ...) for comic effect by exaggerating the style and changing the content of the original. It can also refer to when whole elements of one work are lifted out of their context and reused.
Short episodes are regular episodes that are much shorter than the standard length.