Please don’t eat me manga – What happens when you take some of your favorite manga characters and put them in situations where they’re pleading with you not to eat them? Prepare to have your heartstrings tugged at by the new Please Don’t Eat Me manga!
There are more than 50 famous characters begging for their lives, including Gintoki Sakata from Gintama, Ryuk from Death Note, and even Madara Uchiha from Naruto! The Please Don’t Eat Me collection of manga characters will have you squirming with delight – or out of sheer embarrassment. Either way, it’s bound to get attention!
What happens in this comic?
Some of the most iconic anime and manga characters have teamed up to create their own anti-eating disorder campaign, Please Don’t Eat Me Manga. With over 50+ Japan’s most famous heroes joining in on the effort, including Naruto and One Piece characters, so are other countries like South Korea, where Doraemon is popular. These all-stars are warning young people about the dangers of eating disorders, encouraging them to ask for help if they’re struggling with their thoughts about food or weight, and seeking help if needed.
They’ve also encouraged fans to take care of themselves by staying hydrated, getting enough sleep, and not overexercising. And lastly, this amazing group has donated funds to two charities that support those dealing with eating disorders: Be There Japan (NPO) and Eating Disorder Association (NPO).
Example 1: Finding Nemo
What happens when an animated fish goes missing? When Nemo is taken and feared dead, his dad travels all over the ocean to find him. All he needs to do is make it back home before he can start looking for Nemo. On his journey, Dory helps him realize that the closer you are to home, the more likely you are to be close to people that could help with the search.
Finally, Mr. Fish gets back to shore and he’s so happy to see Nemo again but then he realizes something: I’ve been swimming in circles! He never made it past the cove next door. If only they had known where they were… but the point of this story is that there are always people who care about us and want to help us. We just need to know how to find them or let them know how we’re feeling so they can come to find us if we get lost.
Example 2: Hello Kitty
Hello, Kitty is one of the most recognizable faces in the world, but did you know that she was not originally created as a marketing character? Her predecessor called Kitty White first appeared in English children’s magazines during WWII, and her cartoon image soon became extremely popular among American GIs who brought cut-outs of her images back to the US after the war.
When Sanrio saw how successful Kitty had become in America, they adapted her for Japanese audiences under the name Kitty. When asked about why they chose Hello instead of Kitty, Sanrio founder Shintaro Tsuji said it represented an idealized version of Western culture. In any case, now we’re all familiar with this cute face
Example 3: Doraemon
Doraemon is my favorite cat robot thing because he is always doing something for Nobita. He goes on the most awesome adventures and even has more gadgets in his pocket than Batman. His caring nature makes him one of the coolest anime protagonists ever, but that doesn’t mean you should eat him. I’m not sure what would happen if someone did, but I know it wouldn’t be good.
Manga or not, no one deserves to be eaten by a kid who can only think about snacks all day long. It’s really sad how this blog post turned out because I was really looking forward to sharing my favorite manga with everyone. Let’s hope this never happens again!
Example 4: The Little Mermaid
Ariel, the youngest daughter of King Triton, is excited about spending her time at sea exploring new worlds and befriending new creatures. But one day, Ariel’s curiosity got the best of her and she almost drowned after she left the protection of the sea. When she awoke on land without any breathable air, all she wanted was to go home to her family who loved her and missed her dearly. As time went by Ariel realized that this dream could never be fulfilled until she became human.
She made a deal with Ursula, an evil sea witch in exchange for her voice so she can walk among humans. The price for this trade: her tail and a mermaid’s life in return for becoming human for three days only. In the end, Ariel managed to escape with the help of Prince Eric with barely enough time before Ursula regained power over her body.
Example 5: Pokemon Go
With all the buzz over the release of Pokemon Go, it can be easy to forget that there are real-world consequences of the game’s popularity. Players must be cognizant of their surroundings at all times as they explore neighborhoods and cities on their hunt for Pokemon. On July 8th, two distracted players were robbed at gunpoint while playing Pokemon Go in broad daylight in San Francisco’s gritty Tenderloin neighborhood.
In Anaheim, California, a man was shot twice when he refused to give up his cell phone following an altercation with three other men who had been playing Pokemon Go nearby. Sadly, these stories are just the tip of the iceberg.
Example 6: Alice in Wonderland
The Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit, Tweedledee, and Tweedledum all plead with Alice not to taste the cake.
Don’t try it! implores the White Rabbit. You’ll be sorry if you do! exclaims the Hatter.
I’ve been tasting too much sugar lately; I’m getting sick of it, complains the White Rabbit as he licks his lips greedily. In fact, I just had some tea and cookies right before I came here, remembers Tweedledee dejectedly as he pats his round stomach.
No one should touch that cake! shrieks the Mad Hatter. Look at what happened to me! he cries, pointing at his half-eaten head. It’s like my head is trying to tell me something: DON’T EAT CAKE! agrees on the White Rabbit as he races around in circles. But she already has, sighs Tweedledum sadly as he points out her teeth marks on the side of the cake slice in her hand.
Example 7: Bambi and Thumper’s mother
Everyone loves Bambi and Thumper, the kind and curious little deer in the forest, but do you know what happens to Bambi’s mother? Her death is shown in one of the most memorable scenes in all of film history when she is shot by hunters. However, her story does not end there. She has a message for anyone about to read this post: DON’T EAT ME!! I’m delicious.
I’ll be gone before you know it and then you’ll miss out on all the wonderful things I have to offer. I’m delicious, so please don’t eat me! There are plenty of other things to choose from that won’t go away if you wait too long. Trust me, my meat will be gone before you know it, and then you’ll miss out on all the wonderful flavors I have to offer.
There are plenty of other people who want to try me- like those with gluten allergies or lactose intolerance who can’t enjoy ice cream or cheese- but they just can’t because they don’t exist yet because YOU ATE THEM ALL ALREADY!!!!
Aaaaand finally…Donald Duck!
Donald Duck is a cartoon character who, while usually portrayed as anthropomorphic, occasionally has been represented as a real animal. Donald Duck was created in 1934 at Walt Disney Productions. The Walt Disney Company credits American comic book artist Al Taliaferro for the creation of the character.
In 1937, Disney began to phase out most female duck characters to improve licensing and trademarking of male duck characters; Daisy appears only sporadically in more recent stories. Gertie the Dinosaur is an early fictional animated film by Winsor McCay, first screened on April 5, 1914. It depicts a dinosaur teaching English manners to her adopted human baby brother Clarence (named after McCay’s own son). Gertie is best known as one of the earliest examples of animation.
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