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I see this art style in certain frames of animes when a character is consumed by rage or when an action like a fire occurs. This is common in manga and anime like Fire Force, or Gon's rage scene.

I would like to look at more works like this as a reference, but I can't seem to find the name of the art style.

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  • Fire Force being literally a manga that has fire as it central trope doesn't seem a fitting example, but the question has merit. Just to know, do you refer to just the "extreme rage" style, usually black&white scene or any form of "determination fire"? For example, do you consider flame eyes a sub-case of this trope? It may be tied to the Yamato-damashii.
    – SPArcheon
    Commented Oct 3, 2023 at 7:34

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Tsumi-e in negative (whites appear blacks, and darks to lights) for impact frames. Maybe I'm stating the obvious here.

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