What if anime had begun in America instead of Japan? What would an anime native to America look like? Here, IdN asks 50 artists and illustrators what the landcape of New York might look like through the lens of anime, if the genre had originated Stateside. Would it resemble what we know as anime today? Artists and illustrators participating in this project include Ami Suma, Andres Rivera (Nook), Anna Wieszczyk, ANTZ, Barnaby Ward, Bodie Chewning, Brandon Graham, Brian Drucker, Bruno Werneck, Camilla d'Errico, Cuson Lo, Damien Cho, David Ellis, Dennis "Bagger43" Brown, Devin Clark, Devin McGrath, Diane Stevenson, Donyun Lee, Edward Chow (Edatron), Edwin Ushiro, Entae Kim, Erol M. Gunduz, Euralis Weekes, Foon Foono, Francisco Perez (Pac23), George Harbeson, Helen Hyungin Choi, Hyeondo Park, Ian Brauner, James Jirat Patradoon, Jason Wong, John Lee, Jonathan Jay Lee, Juan Delcan, Justin "Moritat" Norman, LeSean Thomas, Luke Chueh, Matt Huynh, Michael Kutsche, Michael Wandelmaier, Motomichi Nakamura, Nivanh Chanthara (D132), Ron Wimberly, Tatiana Arocha, Tavish, Teuvo Heikkila, Victor M. Newman, Vincent Diga, William Chua (Xiaobaosg) and Masaki Yokobe (YKBX).
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