عنوان مقاله [English]
Characterization in fantasy has all the characteristics of characterization in realistic narratives; characters in fantasy, like other species, have backgrounds, primary environments, and even elements such as inheritance and physical properties, but factors that drive a work towards fantasy are not necessarily aspects of fantasy.
In fantasy animations, the world is seen through another window, and the good and evil battles and personality struggles to reach the goal or recover the original tranquility pass through such a filter, the most prominent being its close connection with the age of development and the formation of the teenager's identity. If we compare modern fantasy stories with mythical stories, we can point to the choice of character to achieve the goal. The character of modern western fantasy aims to reach its inner facets, and fantasy merely serves as a crossroads between fantasy and reality. Fantasy is here as a master who teaches the dark and bright aspects of life to the character and the character as Peter Pan or Alice in The wonderland had to pass through this passage.
Animation has the most interraction with fantasy. The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics and character design of the fantasy world using narrative-based research method to characterize the two internal serial animations (Ario the Little Hero) and the external (beyond the wall of the garden). And the elements that make up a character are dealt with in these two fantasy TV series.