A Silent Voice (Japanese: 聲の形, Hepburn: Koe no Katachi, lit. 'The Shape of Voice') is a 2016 Japanese animated drama film produced by Kyoto Animation, directed by Naoko Yamada and written by Reiko Yoshida, featuring character designs by Futoshi Nishiya and music by Kensuke Ushio. It is based on the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Ōima. Plans for an animated film adaptation were announced back in November 2014, Kyoto Animation was confirmed to produce the film in November 2015. Miyu Irino and Saori Hayami signed on as voice casting in May 2016 and the theatrical release poster and official trailer were released in July 2016.
The film covers elements of coming of age and psychological drama, dealing with themes of bullying, disability, forgiveness, mental health, suicide, and friendship of opposite sexes. It follows the story of a former bully turned social outcast, who decides to reconnect and befriend the deaf girl he had bullied years prior.
Shingo Natsume (夏目 真悟, Natsume Shingo), né en 1980 dans la préfecture d'Aomori, est un illustrateur, animateur et réalisateur japonais.
Shingo Natsume commence à travailler en tant qu'animateur en 2003 et c'est en 2009 qu'il fut chargé du rôle d'animateur clé pour Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. À la suite de la conclusion de la série, il se met à travailler sur The Tatami Galaxy un an plus tard ce qui lui permit de se voir attribuer son premier rôle de directeur réalisateur dans la série Space Dandy en 2014. Natsume travaille alors sur la première saison de One-Punch Man, ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. , et Boogiepop and Others en 2015, 2017 et 2019 respectivement,,. En 2021, il se met à travailler avec le studio Madhouse afin de réaliser une série originale, Sonny Boy. En 2022, Sonny Boy fut nominé au Crunchyroll Anime Awards pour l'anime de l'année, Natsume aussi fut nominé pour le prix du meilleur réalisateur.
There is an optional field of the anime infobox (Template:Infobox animanga/Manga) that allows you to list the foreign publishers in a hidden field with a show/hide tag to reduce its length. However, in it's default form (viewable here) the text is too small for most people to see. I have attempted to fix this, and am currently transcluding one of my user subpages so that I don't have to mess with the main infobox.
For me, the infobox views perfectly. However, User:Dekimasu says that he still can't read the text in the box, and raised a couple other concerns as well. So I am asking for wider input here. I have two questions:
Thanks in advance. For the record, I'm using Monobook (default skin) with Opera and Internet Explorer, and the infobox works. --tjstrf 10:47, 30 September 2006 (UTC)__DTREPLYBRACKETOPEN____DTREPLY____DTREPLYBRACKETCLOSE__
Recently user 220.127.116.11 moved several of the planes in this article to different levels, for example:
The problem is neither the original nor the new have any sources. What we need her are references, and in the lack of any other references I am about to move Orcus back as he is clearly referenced as 333 in module H4 The Throne of Bloodstone.
I am sure there is some condratictory info in different sources (this is fictional after all) So I propose the following precedence of sources as the primary entry (alternatived can be noted at the end of an entry)
Within any level the order of precedence should be most recent highest. Referenced material (Product with date and page prefered) always takes precedence over non referenced.