Female anime characters are now allowed in anime artwork, and the gender is now more apparent in the anime artwork.
According to a new study by the Japan-based media research firm The Media Research Institute (MRI), female characters have now been allowed in the most popular female-oriented anime characters, including characters in Naruto, Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z, Gintama, and a host of other series.
This new trend is the result of a series of changes made to anime artwork and animation since the beginning of the year.
“These changes have been coming for a long time, and it is becoming increasingly clear that anime has always had an unusual gender distribution,” said Shigeru Matsumoto, the MRI president.
“The number of female characters in anime is a reflection of the growing number of viewers who enjoy watching anime.”
Anime and anime characters have long been viewed as a male-only genre.
But while most anime and manga is set in a male world, some shows, like the likes of The Amazing World of Gumball and Dragon Ball, are set in the fictional universe of a female-led universe, like Dragon Ball Heroes.
The trend of allowing female characters to appear in anime works has been a controversial one.
Matsumotos said that even in anime, women have been portrayed in the wrong way.
“In the early 1990s, women were depicted as the weak sex, or the ‘weak’ in Japanese,” he said.
“We’ve been seeing that trend since then.
He added that the “gender-bending” in the manga industry has been going on for years, so it’s not uncommon to see female characters depicted as older or more mature than their male counterparts. “
A few years ago, many of the female characters were depicted like little dolls, or as pretty girls, but now they are all in the role of an adult woman.”
He added that the “gender-bending” in the manga industry has been going on for years, so it’s not uncommon to see female characters depicted as older or more mature than their male counterparts.
MRI also noted that this trend has been seen in some other genres of anime, like action, drama, and fantasy.
This gender balance in anime has been reflected in the popularity of female protagonists, such as Sailor Moon and Dragonball, and in the female character designs, including Dragon Ball.
Matsumsoto said that he thinks this trend will continue in anime.
“It’s a trend that we expect to continue as the anime industry continues to grow, and we expect more female characters and female characters with mature looks,” he added.
In 2016, The Anime Business Journal named Sailor Moon as one of the best-selling anime series of all time, beating out Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball and Dragon Quest series.