By KATE JONES, Associated PressThe popularity of anime and manga has soared in recent years, boosted by new wave of TV shows and movies, but some fans still find their favorites missing.
In the U.S., the animated television series “G-Star,” starring the popular female anime and comic characters, has been watched by nearly 4 million households a week.
The show has spawned an anime series, two movies, a manga series and a video game.
But in Japan, the most popular anime and popular manga series are none other than “Girlfriends of the Spring” and “Gekijōban Hiden.”
The popularity is no secret in Japan.
In 2015, a poll of 1,000 Japanese adults showed that 86 percent of Japanese women aged 15-64 said they would like to see more anime, anime, and manga.
It also found that 90 percent of women in their 20s, 30s and 40s said they were interested in anime, while a quarter of women were even interested in watching it with their friends.
In Japan, fans of the popular anime series are increasingly drawn to the popular manga.
The latest manga volume of “Gematsu” was released in January, and it has been translated into 16 languages and has been dubbed into Japanese and Chinese.
A recent issue of “K-On!” magazine has a manga called “Gebūken” featuring G-Dragon.
A popular anime video game, “Doki Doki Panic” is being released on the PlayStation 4 in Japan on Feb. 24.
The game will feature “Gintama,” an animated series by Hideki Nakaoka, and will be available to play in English and Japanese.
The series was first broadcast on Japan’s Kansai Television network in 2003, and since then, it has spawned four series, a video anime, an anime movie, a comic book and a manga.
In China, popular anime “Dragon Ball” has been downloaded nearly 40 million times since its original debut in 1997, according to China Daily.
The popularity of the series, which centers on Goku, the main character of the classic series, has helped it become a hit with young adults, with one in five Chinese women aged between 20 and 29 saying they are interested in it.
The popularity in Japan also helped boost sales of the anime series “Fairy Tail” in 2010, which starred the main female protagonist.
In Japan, “Fantastic Mr. Fox” also helped the series gain popularity, with the series’ popular manga drawing in more than 20 million viewers.
More than 20 percent of the 2.6 million copies of “Fantasy of Heroes” were sold during the month of March in Japan during the second quarter of 2019, according the publisher of “Manga Time” magazine, which publishes manga titles.
The title’s popularity has grown even more in recent months, with an anime adaptation of the title scheduled to be released in 2018.
A new manga by Japanese manga artist Ryohei Yoshida was released on March 5.
It features the characters Kurama and Kagura.
The latest anime anime series to debut in Japan are “Gundam Build Fighters” by Koei Tecmo and “Dragonball Super” by Bandai Namco Entertainment.
Both are scheduled to premiere in April.
The first of the two is the newest anime series in the Gundam franchise, which began airing in January 2018.
The second, “Grave of the Fireflies,” will debut in June.