Template:Infobox animanga

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This template began from Wikipedia:WikiProject Anime and manga. It is designed to handle anime, manga, and their associated movies and OVAs, in a single modular infobox. Therefore it consists of a header and footer:

with modular components:

A basic version of the header is also available that has no content.

Contents

Usage

This infobox should be constructed by sandwiching one or more modules in between a header and a footer. (It is, of course, technically possible to leave out the middle completely.) The placement of components within the infobox is left to the judgement of the users. For consistency, it is recommended that placement follows the order of release.

Fields should reflect original Japanese dates and editions, as multiple countries/languages leads to clutter.

For consistency, the infobox should remain within the scope of its host article. If, for example, separate pages exist for an anime and its associated movie, the movie component should not appear on the anime page, and vice versa. The "Other" component may be used to provide links to such closely related works.

The title field in each module is optional, and should be used when the title of the specific anime/manga/etc. differs from the one at the top of the infobox.

The other fields should be self explanatory, and examples follow in the next section.

Header

{{Infobox animanga/Header
| title_name    = 
| image         = 
| size          = 
| caption       = 
| ja_name       = 
| ja_name_trans = 
| genre         = 
}}

The image is resized to 300px by default, so the image used should optimally be 300px or greater. If the image is smaller, there is an optional 'size' field.

Header2

This is a content-less header. (It contains wikicode for beginning a table.)

{{Infobox animanga/Header2}}

Footer

{{Infobox animanga/Footer}}

Anime

{{Infobox animanga/Anime
| title        = 
| director     = 
| animator     =
| composer     =
| writer       =
| studio       = 
| network      = 
| network_other=
| first_aired  = 
| last_aired   = 
| num_episodes = 
}}

network_other is an optional parameter to be used when foreign networks are to be included in the infobox. This field is hidden until the reader clicks the 'show' link.

Manga

{{Infobox animanga/Manga
| title               = 
| author              = 
| publisher           = 
| publisher_other     =
| serialized          = 
| first_run           = 
| last_run            = 
| num_volumes         = 
}}

To avoid redundancy when one person is responsible for story and art, only an 'author' field is provided. When there are multiple people involved, use the line break tag:

| author      = John Brown (story) <br /> James Green (art)

publisher_other is an optional parameter to be used when foreign publishers are to be included in the infobox. This field is hidden until the reader clicks the 'show' link.

OVA

{{Infobox animanga/OVA
| title         = 
| director      = 
| studio        = 
| num_episodes  = 
| release_dates = 
| runtime       =
}}

Movie

{{Infobox animanga/Movie
| title        = 
| ja_name       = 
| ja_name_trans = 
| director     = 
| studio       = 
| release_date = 
| runtime      = 
}}

TV Drama

{{Infobox animanga/Drama
| title        = 
| director     = 
| studio       = 
| network      = 
| first_aired  = 
| last_aired   = 
| num_episodes = 
}}

Game

{{Infobox animanga/Game
| title        = 
| developer    = 
| publisher    = 
| genre        = 
| ratings      = 
| platforms    = 
| release_date = 
}}

Novel

{{Infobox animanga/Novel
| title       = 
| author      = 
| artist      = 
| publisher   = 
| first_run   = 
| last_run    = 
| num_volumes = 
}}

Light novel

{{Infobox animanga/Novel/Light
| title       = 
| author      = 
| artist      = 
| publisher   = 
| first_run   = 
| last_run    = 
| num_volumes = 
}}

Other

{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title   = 
| content = 
}}

To use wiki-style bullets with this component, you must start the bullets on the next line and not on the same line as content, as seen below:

{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title   = 
| content = 
* [[thing1]]
* [[thing2]]
}}

Examples

Note: These examples might not contain accurate information. *Limit use of copyright images, use them on their pages, not here.

An invented example

The Adventures of Animepedia!
ウィキペディアの大冒険!
(The Adventures of Animepedia!)
Genre Drama, Action, Romance (novel)
Manga
Written byNot Me
User:Default (art)
PublisherGonax
Original runJanuary 15, 2001 – ongoing
Volumes279 articles
{{Infobox animanga/Header
| title_name = The Adventures of Animepedia!
| image = NOT AVAILABLE
| size = 200px
| caption = Sakura, the protagonist
| ja_name = ウィキペディアの大冒険!
| ja_name_trans = The Adventures of Animepedia!
| genre= Drama, Action, Romance (novel)
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Manga
| title =
| author = [[Not Me]]<br />[[User:Default]] (art)
| publisher = [[Gonax]]
| serialized = [[Not Fox]] 
| first_run = January 15, 2001
| last_run = ongoing
| num_volumes = {{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} articles
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Footer}}


Neon Genesis Evangelion

Neon Genesis Evangelion
Image:See article
新世紀エヴァンゲリオン
(Neon Genesis Evangelion)
Genre Drama, Mecha
Manga
Written byYoshiyuki Sadamoto
PublisherKadokawa Shoten
Original run1995 – present
Volumes9 (currently)
Anime
Directed by Hideaki Anno
Animation by {{{animator}}}
Music by {{{composer}}}
Script by {{{writer}}}
Studio Gainax
Network TV Tokyo
Cartoon Network
Original run October 4, 1995 – March 27, 1996
No. of episodes 26
Game: Girlfriend of Steel
Developer Gainax Network Systems
PublisherBandai
Genre Visual novel
RatingPG
Platform PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Microsoft Windows
Released February 1998 (JP)
Novel: Example, not real
Authored by Unknown
Artist Unknown
Publisher Unknown
Publish date August 2003 – August 2004
No. of volumes 2
Movies
{{Infobox animanga/Header
| title_name    = Neon Genesis Evangelion
| image         = EvaUnit02Still.jpg
| caption       = Unit 02 fights at sea
| ja_name       = 新世紀エヴァンゲリオン
| ja_name_trans = Neon Genesis Evangelion
| genre         = Drama, Mecha
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Manga
| title       = 
| author      = [[Yoshiyuki Sadamoto]]
| publisher   = [[Kadokawa Shoten]]
| serialized  = [[Shonen Ace]]
| first_run   = 1995
| last_run    = present
| num_volumes = 9 (currently)
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Anime
| title        = 
| director     = [[Hideaki Anno]]
| studio       = [[Gainax]]
| network      = [[TV Tokyo]]<br /> [[Cartoon Network]]
| first_aired  = October 4, 1995
| last_aired   = March 27, 1996
| num_episodes = 26
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Game
| title        = Girlfriend of Steel
| developer    = Gainax Network Systems
| publisher    = [[Bandai]]
| genre        = [[Visual novel]]
| ratings      = PG
| platforms    = PlayStation, Sega Saturn
| release_date = February 1998
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Novel
| title       = Example, not real
| author      = Unknown
| artist      = Unknown
| publisher   = Unknown
| first_run   = August 2003
| last_run    = August 2004
| num_volumes = 2
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title   = Movies
| content = 
* ''[[Evangelion: Death and Rebirth]]'' (1997)
* ''[[The End of Evangelion]]'' (1997)
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Footer}}


Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell
Image:Wikipe-tan.png
攻殻機動隊
(Mobile Armoured Riot Police)
Genre Sci-fi, Cyberpunk
Manga
Written byMasamune Shirow
PublisherTemplate:Flagicon Kodansha
Original run1989 – 1990
Volumes1
Movie
Directed by Mamoru Oshii
Studio Bandai Visual
Production I.G.
Released Template:Flagicon November 1995
Template:Flagicon March 1996
Runtime 82 min
Game
Developer Exact
PublisherTemplate:Flagicon THQ
Genre Action, Third-person shooter
RatingESRB: Teen (T)
Platform PlayStation
Released November 3, 1997
Novel: After the Long Goodbye
Authored by Masaki Yamada
Artist Masaki Yamada
Publisher Template:Flagicon Viz Media
Publish date October 2005 – October 2005
No. of volumes 1
Related works
{{Infobox animanga/Header
| title_name    = Ghost in the Shell
| image         = Ghost in the Shell - Major Kusanagi.png
| caption       = Major Kusanagi, the protagonist
| ja_name       = 攻殻機動隊
| ja_name_trans = Mobile Armoured Riot Police
| genre         = [[science fiction|Sci-fi]], [[Cyberpunk]]
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Manga
| title       = 
| author      = [[Masamune Shirow]]
| publisher   = {{flagicon|Japan}} [[Kodansha]]
| serialized  = Young magazine
| first_run   = 1989
| last_run    = 1990
| num_volumes = 1
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Movie
| title        = 
| director     = [[Mamoru Oshii]]
| studio       = [[Bandai Visual]]<br />[[Production I.G.]]
| release_date = {{flagicon|Japan}} November 1995<br />{{flagicon|United States}} March 1996
| runtime      = 82 min
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Game
| title        = 
| developer    = Exact
| publisher    = {{flagicon|United States}} [[THQ]]
| genre        = [[Action game|Action]], [[Third-person shooter]]
| ratings      = [[ESRB]]: Teen (T)
| platforms    = [[PlayStation]]
| release_date = November 3, 1997
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Novel
| title       = After the Long Goodbye
| author      = Masaki Yamada
| artist      = Masaki Yamada
| publisher   = {{flagicon|United States}} [[Viz Media]]
| first_run   = October 2005
| last_run    = October 2005
| num_volumes = 1
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title   = Related works
| content = 
* ''[[Ghost in the Shell 2: Man/Machine Interface]]''
* ''[[Innocence: Ghost in the Shell]]''
* ''[[Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex]]''
* ''[[Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG]]''
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Footer}}


Sailor Moon

Sailor Moon
Image:Wikipe-tan.png
美少女戦士セーラームーン
(Beautiful young girl warrior Sailor Moon)
Genre Shōjo, Magical girl
Manga
Written byNaoko Takeuchi
PublisherTemplate:Flagicon Kodansha
Original runFebruary 1992 – March 1997
Volumes18
Anime
Directed by Jun'ichi Satoh, Kunihiko Ikuhara, Takuya Igarashi
Animation by {{{animator}}}
Music by {{{composer}}}
Script by {{{writer}}}
Studio Toei Animation
Network Template:Flagicon TV Asahi
Original run March 07, 1992 – February 08, 1997
No. of episodes 200
Musical Series

•Sailor Moon Musicals (Seramyu): 25 musicals based on the Sailor Moon franchise were released between 1993 and 2005.

Movies

•Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon,
•Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super
•Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Sailor 9 Senshi Shuuketsu! Black-Dream-Hole no Kiseki
•Ami-chan no Hatsukoi (Theatrical short)

Live Action tokusatsu Series

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon - a 49 Episode live action series directed by Ryuta Tazaki ran from October 4, 2003 to September 25, 2004. There were also two direct-to-video releases: a sequel Special Act, and a prequel Act Zero.

{{Infobox animanga/Header
| title_name = Sailor Moon
| image = Sailor_Senshi.png
| size = 266px
| caption = The major characters of Sailor Moon (Anime)
| ja_name = 美少女戦士セーラームーン
| ja_name_trans = Beautiful young girl warrior Sailor Moon
| genre = [[Shōjo manga|Shōjo]], [[Magical girl]]
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Manga
| title = 
| author = [[Naoko Takeuchi]]
| publisher = {{flagicon|Japan}} [[Kodansha]]
| serialized = [[Nakayoshi]]
| first_run = February 1992
| last_run = March 1997
| num_volumes = 18
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Anime
| title = 
| director = [[Jun'ichi Satoh]], [[Kunihiko Ikuhara]], [[Takuya Igarashi]]
| studio = [[Toei Animation]]
| network = {{flagicon|Japan}} [[TV Asahi]]
| first_aired = March 07, 1992
| last_aired = February 08, 1997
| num_episodes = 200
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title = Musical Series
| content = •Sailor Moon Musicals ([[Seramyu]]): 25 [[musicals]] based on the Sailor Moon franchise were released between 1993 and 2005.
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title = Movies
| content = •Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon,<br/>•Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super<br/>•Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Sailor 9 Senshi Shuuketsu! Black-Dream-Hole no Kiseki<br/>•Ami-chan no Hatsukoi (Theatrical short)
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Other
| title = Live Action [[tokusatsu]] Series
| content = •[[Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon]] - a 49 Episode [[live action]] series directed by [[Ryuta Tazaki]] ran from [[October 4]], [[2003]] to [[September 25]], [[2004]]. There were also two direct-to-video releases: a [[sequel]] Special Act, and a [[prequel]] Act Zero.
}}
{{Infobox animanga/Footer}}


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