Contents 1 Scope 2 Article names and disambiguation 2.1 Redirects 3 Page layout for a series article 3.1 Lead 3.2 Infobox 3.3 Plot 3.4 Characters 3.5 Production 3.6 Themes 3.7 Media 3.8 Reception 3.9 Categorization 4 Page layout for a character's article 4.1 Character lead 4.2 Character infobox 4.3 Creation and conception/Development 4.4 Character outline 4.5 Voice actors or Actors/Actresses 4.6 Character reception 5 People 6 Companies and organizations 7 Conventions 8 Appendices 9 See also


Scope[edit] This manual of style applies to articles about anime, manga, and related topics, and is a topic-specific subset Manual of Style of the following Manuals of Style: Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Japan-related articles Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Writing about fiction Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Biographies (where applicable) For more general guidance on editing conventions, see Wikipedia:Manual of Style. For standardized translations and romanizations of some Japanese terms, see: Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Translation note Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Film credits glossary Wikipedia:WikiProject Japan/Place names with unusual readings For discussion, help, and editing collaboration on anime and manga articles, see also Wikipedia:WikiProject Anime and manga. Editors should also keep in mind the guidelines suggested on WikiProject Television or WikiProject Films, as those seem to work well for episodic media, including manga.


Article names and disambiguation[edit] Use the most commonly known English titles for article names and place the transliteration of the Japanese on the first line of the article. If that name includes special characters (such as ♥), do not include them in the article's title. If it is translated, this is usually the official English translation. If there are multiple official titles, use the one that is best known and that has contributed most to the work's becoming known in the broader English-speaking world. This applies to series, character articles, and fictional element articles. See also: WP:NAME: TV | Books | Films. If several articles share the same title, use the Wikipedia page naming conventions: Anime film article – title (film) Other anime article – title (anime) Manga article – title (manga) Light novel article - title (novel) Video game article – title (video game) Visual novel article – title (visual novel) Live action/drama/tokusatsu – title (TV series) Musical article – title (musical) In cases where title disambiguation is necessary between several articles related to the same intellectual property, the article about the original format of the work is generally organized to act as the "base" page. For example, the article Yu-Gi-Oh! is about the manga series, with sub-sections and a disambiguation page leading to the other subjects with the same title. The preceding guidelines should address most instances relating to disambiguation, but please consult the WikiProject Anime and manga or Disambiguation talk pages if you have further questions. Redirects[edit] As per the Manual of Style (Japan-related articles), always make redirects for alternate names and titles, especially if the title uses macrons or other characters which are difficult to type with a standard keyboard. Note that redirects can be made to specific sub-sections of a page if necessary.


Page layout for a series article[edit] WikiProject Japan (Talk) Founded: 18 March 2006 (11 years, 11 months and 3 days ago) Articles: 7004608740000000000♠60,874 (7002154000000000000♠154 featured) Shortcuts WP:JA • WP:JP • WP:JPN • WP:WPJ • WP:Japan • WP:JAPAN Project pages Article guidelines • Assessment • Barnsensu • Collaboration • Recognized content • Popular pages • Requested (Japan, government, anime & manga, seiyū) • Reviews (A-Class, Peer) • Translation • Participants (inactive) • ToDo (cleanup) Project references Arts and crafts glossary • Film credits glossary • Reference library • Unusual place names • Year conversion Task forces Ainu • Baseball↔ • Bibliography • Biography • Business & economy • Cars • Cinema↔ • CJKV↔ • Culture • Districts and municipalities (guideline)↔ • Education • Flora and fauna • Food and drink • Gaijin tarento • Geography & environment • History • Infrastructure • History • Karate↔ • Law & government • Military history↔ • Music • Mythology • Owarai • Photo • Politics • Prefectures • Religion • Royalty and nobility • Science & technology • Shinto • Sport • Tokyo • Transwiki↔ • Update ↔ = joint task force Project links Category • Deletions • List • Japan • Meta • MOS (Japan, Anime, municipality guideline) • New articles • Notice board • Portals: Japan, Ancient Japan, Anime, Buddhism, Final Fantasy, Japanese cars, Nintendo, Osaka, PlayStation, Sega, Shinto, Tokyo Child projects Anime and manga/Collaboration (Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh!) • Entertainment (Hello! Project, Tokusatsu) • Games (Digimon, Final Fantasy, Nintendo, PlayStation, Pokémon/PAC/Portal, Square Enix, Zelda) • Japan (Sumo, Trains/New) Related pages Categories (Lists, Wikipedians) • Projects (Automobiles, Computer and video games, Fan Fiction, F1, Martial Arts, Mixed martial arts, MotoGP, Motorcycling, Motorsport, Sports Car Racing, WRC) Recognition {{WPJ-Barnsensu}} (recipients)   {{WikiProject Japan Barnstar 2.0}} (recipients)   {{The Japan Barnstar of National Merit}} (recipients)   {{The Most Noble Barnstar of National Honor}} (recipients) Templates {{WikiProject Japan}}   {{eigo}}   {{Ja icon}}   {{Japan current era date}}   {{Japanese}}   {{nihongo}}   {{Nihongo2}}   {{Nihongo3}}   {{Nihongo4}}   {{Nihongo foot}}   {{Needhiragana}}   {{Needkanji}} Userboxes {{User WikiProject Japan}}   {{User WP Japan}} Project parentage Asia, Countries, East Asia, Geography V·T·E All material in an article should be verifiable and (usually) cited (preferably to reliable, secondary sources). Articles should be self-contained, only referring to subpages for additional information or details if the main article or a section becomes too long. Follow guidelines at Wikipedia:Summary style when creating subarticles. Article structure should be flexible and responsive to the content and context of the individual subjects. The following structures are those that many editors find useful when developing an article, but alternatives to the outlined structures are acceptable on a per article bases. Lead[edit] This should ideally be able to stand on its own as a short article, providing a brief summary of the topic and touching on all the main points of the whole article. At the very least, this should describe the anime or manga, its premise and plot, its author or director, and the English language licensees (if any). Avoid needless trivia, and keep the recommendations of Wikipedia:Lead section in mind. Articles about series which have been adapted into other media should introduce the original format of a work rather than the format of the work most popular in English. For example: "Bleach is a manga series which was later adapted into an anime series", NOT "Bleach is an anime series based on a manga of the same name."[disputed – discuss] Infobox[edit] Although this is not a section, the project infobox is a useful and attractive addition to an article. The infobox(es) should not impact other images in the article. For content which falls under the NFCC guidelines, only one image should be used to illustrate the work; please do not replace or change an existing image for regional or volume reasons. For visual novels and other video games, WP:VGBOX is applicable. Plot[edit] Main page: Writing about fiction This should comprise a succinct description of the plot and major subplots, but please avoid excessive details of twists and turns in the story. Differences between the original versions and adaptations (whether Japanese or international) often fall within the scope of this section, usually warranting at most a distinct subsection. Also try to avoid specific terminology of anime and manga subculture, to assist readers unfamiliar with the subculture to understand the article. Please follow Wikipedia guidelines when including spoilers, and do not avoid inserting them where necessary to explain the series in an encyclopedic fashion. Characters[edit] The character section should consist of brief character outlines, as opposed to a simple list. The length of each entry and inclusion of characters will vary with the character's importance to the story. The character section should include voice actor credits (if applicable, see {{Voiced by}} and {{Voiced by2}} ). There is no need to create a separate voice actor section. For shorter or simpler series, it is often possible to avoid the need for a character section by crafting the plot description such that it introduces all significant characters. Where possible, this is the preferred method, as prose reads more professionally than lists. Character sections should not be divided into numerous sub-sections, as this makes the table of contents unnecessarily long. Minor characters may be included here, but article length should be considered. If the majority of characters' descriptions consist of one or two sentences, a bullet list is most appropriate; if the majority of characters descriptions consist of one or more paragraphs, then a definition list is preferred; if a separate List of (series) characters exists (see below), prose is preferred. See also: Wikipedia:Summary style. If the character section grows long, please reconsider the amount of detail or number of characters included. Beyond that, a separate page, named List of (series) characters, may be appropriate. Separate articles for each character should be avoided unless there is enough verifiable, citable material to warrant a separate article. Regarding names: Characters should be identified by the names used in the official English releases of the series. If there are multiple English releases, such as both a manga and anime, use the one that is best known and that has contributed most to the work's becoming known in the English-speaking world (usually the primary work). If there is no official title, Characters should be identified by their most commonly known name, as per Wikipedia's naming conventions. Character names should be given in western order and, in the case of a dictionary list, in boldface. Production[edit] This is a difficult section to define, and can, if appropriate, generate several sub-sections and even whole sections. Topics that can reasonably be included are: the origins or inspirations of the subject; homages to other works or artists; notable production staff (typically: directors, leading voice actors, and sometimes producers or other personnel); music; issues arising from the transition from one medium to another (e.g.: manga to anime, anime to film, etc.) or from one language to another (such as alterations to storylines, international voice actors, air dates or dates of publication). Although this is an amorphous section, avoid making it a list of trivia. If tidbits of information cannot be cited or worked into a coherent discussion of the subject, reconsider including them. Themes[edit] This section is for the discussion and critical analysis of the works theme and ideology as seen by third party reviewers. This is may be distinct from the production section and allow for expansion on different themes, including spirituality, environmentalism or the creator's intention for the audience. Academic analysis of works should be included and comprise this section if possible. Susan J. Napier's Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke is one such work. Media[edit] This section can include, as appropriate, separate subsections for information on the original version of the work, as well as any related anime series/OVAs, manga, novels, films, video games, and other media (such as soundtracks and drama CDs). These sections should, in general, include the original release and broadcast information, and English license and release and broadcast information where applicable. For sections on anime series/OVAs, manga, and novels, include the appropriate list of episodes or volumes and chapters. If a given list is long compared to the rest of the article, consider splitting it out to a separate article titled List of (series) episodes, List of (series) chapters, List of (series) novels, or similar. When splitting an article, please follow the guidelines at Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia. It is preferable to spin out in this way only one format at a time, rather than grouping all media together in a single list. You may find the {{Graphic novel list}} and {{Japanese episode list}} templates useful for formatting these lists. For shows that are broadcast on or after midnight in their country of origin, use the actual airdate instead of the advertised media date. For example, an episode advertised for April 2, 2015 at "24:30" or "深夜00:30" has an actual airdate of April 3, 2015 at 12:30am, so use "April 3, 2015". Add a footnote if the cited references cannot sufficiently explain the situation. When writing plot summaries for anime episode lists, follow the same length guidelines as you would for television series episode lists, which are approximately 100–200 words. For manga lists, the length of a single tankōbon volume's summary should generally be between 150–350 words, with longer lengths reserved for a series or volume with more complex plots or multiple self-contained stories. Remember, it should summarize the main plot points, not every minor detail and scene. Do not include statements such as The series was never released in the USA. or The manga has not been translated to English., as these imply that Japanese and English are the only two languages, or that Japan and the USA are the only two countries. Instead, use phrasing such as The anime was never released outside Japan. or In 2011, French and Italian translations of the manga were published. Reception[edit] This should concisely describe the opinions expressed about the subject by reviewers, critics, academics, and (if reliable, secondary sources exist) fan communities. Varying opinions, criticism kind and harsh, and controversies should be presented in a neutral tone. Although difficult to acquire, criticism and reactions from non-English sources (especially original Japanese responses!) are strongly desired. The anime and manga wikiproject keeps various reference libraries of reliable sources which can be consulted to improve this section. Categorization[edit] Series articles should be places in one of the subcategories from Category:Anime debuts by date and Category:Manga debuts by date (as applicable). There should be only one anime and one manga release year category for each article unless there are multiple releases (e.g., a TV series, an OVA series, and a film). It is also helpful to include one or more of the subcategories from Category:Anime and manga by demographic, Category:Anime and manga by genre, and Category:Anime and manga by topic. Try to pick the most accurate categories, and avoid redundant genres. For example, action is a subcategory of drama, so if you include action as a genre it is not necessary to also include drama. In general, two or three genres should be sufficient for most articles. The demographic of a manga series is generally determined by the demographic of its magazine of publication, rather than by subjective criteria such as how its art looks.


Page layout for a character's article[edit] See also: WP:A&M/CHARACTERS Note that the heading titles are not set in stone—adapt them as appropriate for your character and context. This is a guideline for the sorts of information to include and the general order. Character lead[edit] A one-to-three paragraph summary of context, including that this is a fictional character, who she or he was created by, what works he or she appears in, her or his role in these works, and why he or she is notable. This is the usual WP:SS/WP:LEAD material, and should ideally be able to stand on its own as a potted summary. Character infobox[edit] Although this is not a section, the animanga character infobox is a useful and attractive addition to an article. See the template documentation for instructions. Creation and conception/Development[edit] Out-of-universe information about the creation process, including influences upon the creators. Differences between adaptations, both between media and during translation, and between sequels would also be discussed here. The best sources of information are interviews and critical analysis; be especially careful of original research here. Use a title appropriate for your section's actual contents. Character outline[edit] Information about the character revealed in the story goes in this section—note, however, it should maintain out-of-universe prose (see Writing about fiction for guidance) and should not be mistakable for a biography. This will generally not have subsections, unless the character differs significantly enough in its various media appearances that subsections can help distinguish them. Other aspects of the character can also be treated in a separate subsection if encyclopedic treatment suggests it is warranted, based on the amount of reliably sourced commentary. Please follow Wikipedia guidelines when including spoilers, and do not avoid inserting them where it is necessary to explain the character in an encyclopedic fashion. In order to not place undue weight on any one element it is necessary to list only the important elements of the character. Long lists like every named attack of the character gives more importance to less important attacks. Exhaustive backgrounds which chronicle blow-by-blow accounts of a character's history overwhelm the reader with trivial information, and are generally incomprehensible to people who are not already fans. Voice actors or Actors/Actresses[edit] This is an optional section that can be included as a subsection of "Development", particularly if information about how actors approached the role is available. Character songs can also be listed here in a subsection. Character reception[edit] Out-of-universe information on responses to, popularity of, and influences upon others. Reviews, critical essays, and academic analysis are good sources; appearances in other works, poll results, merchandise (including, if possible, sales figures), statements by other creators that the character was an influence for them, etc. are also valid topics here. Per the guidelines for writing about fiction, you must have at least some of this material in hand before you create a character article—this is the meat of your notability.


People[edit] For articles on directors, manga artists, voice actors, etc., follow Wikipedia:WikiProject Biography. Regarding the subject's name, use the English form used by the subject personally (e.g. Yoshitoshi ABe, not Abe Yoshitoshi or Yoshitoshi Abe), or if that is unknown, the form most commonly used in English. See also Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Japan-related articles#Names and Japanese name#Japanese names in English. Include as much as possible of the following: Name in Kanji and literal transliteration if different from the usual English name, Years of birth and death (if applicable), Notable works, and Styles, inspirations, students, and subsequent influence. infobox - aliases Per Wikipedia:Naming conventions (people)#Nicknames, pen names, stage names, cognomens and Wikipedia:Biographies of living persons#Privacy of personal information and using primary sources, list only credited stage names and aliases that the person has acknowledged (e.g. on resume/blog), or what reliable sources have connected. Do not list derivatives of the person's name, spelling variants or typos. Filmographies For lists of works and roles, follow Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Lists of works, and use a chronological order of broadcast/release. For extensive lists of works, you can opt to use tables per Wikipedia:WikiProject Actors and Filmmakers#Filmography tables. Do not include "voice of" or "(language) dub/version" in the person's role or notes when it is obvious they are working on the localization, however a separate "live action" subsection may be useful to highlight non-voice-over works. Do not assume the person voiced in a show or a particular character based on your own hearing as that is original research. As these credits are highly contested, provide citations to reliable sources.


Companies and organizations[edit] See Wikipedia:Companies, corporations and economic information for basic guidelines. Include years of founding and dissolution (if applicable) and notable works attributable to the organization. (In practice, notable works is often given as a comprehensive list.) For anime publishers, add Category:Anime companies, Category:Animation studios, or both, as appropriate.


Conventions[edit] The standard infobox for articles related to anime conventions is {{Infobox Convention}}. It provides a brief set of statistics related to the convention. For usage details, including detailed information on the numerous optional parameters, refer to Template:Infobox Convention. If you have any questions or problems with this infobox, you can discuss them on the template's talk page.


Appendices[edit] Articles larger than stubs should display the standardized beginning and ending structure that is inline with the larger Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Layout page. A simple breakdown of an article not under distress should include infoboxes above the lead and the content body before appendices and footers. The breakdown for appendices is more regimented with the flow of See also -> Notes (if needed) -> References -> Further reading -> External links. See Also should not duplicate wikilinks to pages linked within the body or to pages in navigational templates. References can be formatted in various ways, but pages should conform to a single style of Citation footnotes, short citations are used in the footnotes or General references. General references represent an issue to text–source integrity, but are an acceptable starting format for all but biographies of living persons. Further reading should not duplicate referenced material. External links can contain links to official sites and other useful unofficial sites.


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