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Welcome everyone, it's my first year anniversary becoming a mod in this beautiful community. The title was awkward to make. I tweak it later.

Wow, time flies. It's almost 4 years being an Anime Vice user as we approach October. I make this blog sweet and fast. It was a wild roller coaster ride for me. It was out of blue when Daniel ask Tom to make me a mod after seeing the cultural interview projects and the 2nd Anime Vice reunion in an anime convention. I believe Sora_thekey was the first Anime Vice user among us to personally meet the Whiskey Media gang in person. It was cool hanging out with Tom Pinchuk and his crew at Anime Expo back in 2013 and this past summer of 2014. Daniel figured it was a crime to let a well rounded user who made so much contributions to the site not get promoted as a mod.

I rejected his offer since I had school on my plate, fall 2013 was rolling out. He didn't take no for an answer. I had no previous mod experiences in forums, but I had experiences being a Wikia Admin at Sket Dance and Btooom Wikia. To be honest, life would be easier if I never violated the laws of segregation in terms of mod roles. I couldn't help it. Being mod means folks from all niches of our site will ask you for help. Many said I was so active and they wanted resolutions quick. The only tasks I turned down were community projects I could not hold my promise to fulfill. That was the Tournament and CAV projects for the battle forums. I notice the teamwork was pretty shaky. I figured those were dead end projects that needed major overhaul by veteran battle users who had cohesive team work. I wasn't an expert in the battle forums.

Regrets or not, I did whatever was best for the community, and I kept working with users, constantly changing my approach to get things done no matter what hardships or pitfalls we fall in. I'm human and the rest of us are human. We just learned with it. I seen past teammates, old mods, and former users leave the site due to arguments or mistakes they felt regretful over. I'm here to stay until the very end.

I had ups and downs, but I won't let it bog me down because this is one of my online communities I put so much time in. I dropped my Admin roles and Giant Bomb and rest of online communities I spent time for Anime Vice.

Here are my accomplishments and failures in condense form. I hope to keep on working on making this a better site with everyone's help.

Accomplishments

Wiki

  • Help make wiki teams and work to produce great wiki pages: Toriko, Akame ga Kill, Chaika, Kill la Kill, Chaika, Hentai, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
  • Help these new wiki editors reached over 1,000 or 5,000 wiki points: BIG RULE, CWF123, Inuyasha2010, Gyn, OEST_MAG, AgentFakku, WayBig1010101, SpeedForceSpider, Low, DBZ_Universe, ForgottenOne, Demonic13
  • Increase awareness in wiki issues. I always ask questions. It does get me into trouble when I asked about our wiki scope (What Counts as Anime and Manga in the Wiki) and the image policies. We never did get through with making policies we could agree on. I'm glad to point out stuff we need to work on for the future. With Screened gone, the wiki scope for Anime Vice became lax a bit. We allowed RWBY in.
  • Make helpful wiki threads: Wiki Editing 101: Naming Image Galleries and Organizing Images and Tips On Getting Bigger, Hi Res Images.
  • Help users during the big site slowdown in spring 2014 especially wiki.

Battle

  • Not my accomplishment. I was proud to help Dream out. Dream created a new battle rules thread after Sonata and myself made comments on it.
  • Used Fire_Star's Vicer of the Month template for the Best Battle User of the Month in order to make users feel proud of themselves in Anime Vice. Since the battle forums are a mecca where users from various outside anime communities come and visit. We had some issues back in fall 2013 due to the heated arguments and tension. I figured we need role model users to help the forum.
  • Take over sickVisionz's Facts and Feats project. Following the new wiki proposals to eliminate battle feats and calcs that were fan made and not directly from the original sources, I thought we should make respect threads to help users put their creativity, an outlet to help their fellow users. I always try to find something for users to jump on, stuff from community projects or something fun.

Reviews, RPG, and everything else!

I tried to spotlight the reviews with the Anime Vice 2013's Top Reviewers which only got one vote. Taichokage voted on it. I didn't have time to promote it due to Fall 2013 seasonal project. SnowyMountain did most of the Screened 2013's Top Reviewers since he knew the reviewers and their styles personally than me. WayBig101010101 started the Anime Survey and Reviews (Summer 2014) to tackle the same goals. I'm working on that project with him.

For the RPGs, I still have yet to get to know them personally. I got into contact with them to minor disputes. I didn't resolve it as well since I wasn't the right person. It resolve on its own. I'm proud of the gang when they showcase their work on the front page, July 2014 RPG Highlights: Night at the Castle. I asked Tom to promote the RPG work.

Recruitment of New Teammates

Recommend and brought new two Mods, Acura Max and Dream.

  • Dream - I felt he was the best choice for battle forums. He did not accept the position until January or February 2014 when Sonata and I were caught off-guard to one user. I had school while Sonata had work. Most battle users said we needed more battle mods, but Sonata and Daniel didn't agree until that incident. Dream had more forum moderation experiences than me with better judgement. I'm not very knowledgeble in battle forums, feats, and such. I have to ask folks why certain matches are mismatch if I can't find an answer. Dream is quick like lightning. Even if he encounters something unfamiliar in anime and manga, he's able to adapt quickly and resolve it without any issues.
  • Acura Max - With Screened ending, I felt the site needed closure. His background in TV was ideal because he brought something new to the group of mods. He was the best man for the job because he was a mod at Screened. He would provide the soul anchorage in Anime Vice, helping Screened users find a 2nd home in Anime Vice. Most users went to Comic Vine and Giant Bomb out of fear that Anime Vice had a cloudy future. We still try to remain contact as we can. Mike20 started a Wikia called To Hollywood and Beyond where Acura, myself, Mike, Djames, SnowyMountain work on wikia pages in our spare time. Please check out the Anime Vice and Screened Timeline and the Screened Yearbook (April 2010 - March 14, 2014)!

Improvements Needed

  • Find a middle path between strict and lax moderation for the battle forums.
  • Find a place between individualism and community. I had some philosophical arguments with users, mods or my teammates, on our views of the community. Being brought up in Cambodia, I'm more of a community person. I place that above myself and individuals. This got me into heated arguments a few times. America is about individualism unlike back in certain Asian countries.
  • Balance college with Anime Vice. I did changed my major during fall 2013 when I became mod. I guess I was putting too much energy into the site over school at the cost of my grades. I couldn't manage my time well.
  • Need more fun stuff. WayBig is doing the AMV contest, Daniel has the caption contest, Dream has his tournament. All I have is the Tsundere Tournament. Look forward to the Monster Tournament. BigHeart711 wants to do it.

Thank you everyone. I will continue to do my best to help the community. I look forward to working with everyone.

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Hello everyone! I barely notice it, but we hit over 25,000 character wiki pages!

Technically, we made 25,115 characters in the database and made 25,100 character pages on August 30, 2014. I wished I check the numbers more frequently. It would nice to get a date on when we hit 25,000 and put a date in our Anime Vice's 2014 Wiki Archive or the Timeline. I recall sickVisionz mentioning we had an unknown amount of test pages which are blank wiki pages without a Top Editor feature on it. Don't worry about the technical thing.

We as a community should be proud of our wiki editors who invested their free time to make our site better. Without wiki pages, Anime Vice doesn't have much foundation to attach reviews, blogs, forums, lists, and more. We need wiki pages as much as we need battle forums, RPG threads, and every feature of the site because we are a unique anime oriented community. No other community has what we have!

Like any community, we had hardships and struggles. One of our struggles is what counts as anime and manga which plays a huge factor on what characters we include in our database. We do include video game characters who have anime and manga adaptations. Anime influenced shows such as RWBY and Korra/Avatar and Manhwas characters are also included despite not being traditional pages. We do emphasize quality wiki editing so our folks will depend on our wiki pages not the Wikia or Wikipedia. Not every wiki page of a project gets equal love.

These are our best Wiki Projects

No matter what happens in the past and the future, we are making our wiki scope broad as we grow as a site to welcome all folks to this community. The wiki serves as a main attraction that keeps our site running.

Keep on working hard everyone. Thank you to everyone who support our wiki pages and contribute on it.

Credits for the banner: Saber, Toriko, Sousuke, and Ryuko Matoi. I randomly pick out anime characters. Wish I put more for a better representation for our site.

Related Topics

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Hello everyone, I'm Taka, one of the wiki editors in the community. This is the first blog of a project called Trends in Anime Vice. Originally, I had planned to release surveys, but the surveys didn't work out like I wanted them to. Instead of using the surveys, I have to rely on experiences and observations in my 3 to 4 years in the community. I'll be explaining the pros and cons of these different formats. With different communities, you have to use one or both depending on the situation: small vs big community, active writers, etc.

Background

One of the complaints in Anime Vice was that we don't discuss anime and manga. You see this from the former Whiskey Media sites and other sites outside of the family. That's obviously a wrong statement made about our community. We do talk about anime and manga.

A group of of us, well rounded users and the mods, took out weekly reviews of our favorite shows. The mods did reviews on the Winter 2011-12, and they will PM their reviews to Tom Pinchuk who posts them on the front page. For me, I was a regular user, and I started in Fall 2011 with reviews on Beelzebub, Sket Dance, and Blue Exorcist. My purpose was to spotlight my teammates' wiki work while informing folks about these great shows. The more people knowing our wiki projects, we can get more help. Kuro joined me with his reviews on Guilty Crown. We were both wiki editors working on 2 projects together, Sket Dance and Guilty Crown.

During the Whiskey Media sale off in March 2012, the mods stopped doing their Winter Watch articles. After that day, we don't see any episode reviews from the mods. One of the reasons was that there wasn't much comments. In Summer 2012, BigHeart711 was reviewing Humanity has Declined while I was reviewing a few shows like Campione. I started experimenting with things from what I saw from My Anime List. I didn't want folks to bear so much burden especially my teammates on doing weekly episode reviews on top of wiki and school work. My Anime List had discussion threads where folks chimed in to talk about that episode. I found out less time consuming to do. I started a few discussion threads based on much hype and interests from the comments I got from the Summer Anime 2012 Trailers Anthology Blog. It was better to put out discussion threads on popular shows like Binbogami Ga! anime Discussion.

In Fall 2013, Daniel notice the discussion threads and talked to both BigHeart711 and I to start making them with wiki attachments. Then, we abandoned the trailer threads and converted everyone into a discussion thread.

That's our community's history in a nutshell.

Pros and Cons

Weekly Reviews

ProsCons
  • With a weekly thread, you putting influence on the community. Informing them directly by comments and indirectly by one's presence. Example: Sket Dance and Beelzebub had been placed in the Anime Vice's Top 2011 Anime.
  • In a personality driven site like Random Curiosity, the reviews have more individualistic appeal. You're able to share what your thoughts on. It's your opinion.
  • It's time consuming. One has to keep up a schedule and upload screenshots. If one is a wiki editor and a reviewer, you have double the work.
  • Division of Comments: one who likes the reviewer's style while one does not like the reviewer's style. It all falls on the reviewer. It can be a hit or miss. We are have our unique preferences. Some folks love friendly reviews while others prefer blunt reviewers.
  • You can say the funnel of comments pattern also takes place in weekly reviews. Same thing happens. Folks will drop the show and won't comment. It's okay because it's up to them.

Discussion Threads

ProsCons
  • It's not time consuming because the thread gets created.
  • A set pacing: Some folks cannot catch up to the reviewer in a weekly review setting. In a discussion format, users can comment on their own leisure. You don't feel rushed to post comment.
  • Without a one personality being dominated, a lot of opinions can be expressed. There is more freedom to express any thoughts, good or bad.
  • It's comment driven. You need at least 2 folks to comment. If there is only one person, the discussion thread is dead.
  • Funnel of Comments: You get more variety of comments in the discussions, those who love and those who hate. For those who dislike the show, they will drop the show and discussion. For those who love the show, they will still put the good and bad but not as severe as the ones who dropped the show.

There is also a common con for the two, and it's more on how your readers watch anime.

  • Marathon: There are folks who prefer to watch the whole series once it's finished airing. It's normal because some shows are more enjoyable in that style.

Nothing is perfect. All we have to do is adjust one or both for the community. Let me know if I missed some pros or cons.

Thank you for reading.

Next topic would be: Personality vs Community.

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The purpose of this thread to record all Roundtable discussion threads that past mods and regular users had hosted. To promote user content in the community. Part of Anime Vice's community and staff's goals is to promote user content because we are community driven. Feel free to use this thread to pool ideas.

My style was to promote anime and manga series that dealt with the wiki projects where my teammates and I worked on. That was when Fire Star was taking over Sora's job in the Roundtable discussions. Fire Star and Sora invited well rounded and respected users to partake in the roundtable discussions. With Fire Star and Sora being inactive, I'm somewhat reviving the roundtable discussions. I'm doing it less frequently given how much time it takes and what topics are hot during seasons. It's better to do a roundtable when you have a momentum during when a new anime or popular manga series is on the majority's watch/ read list. Today, I invite everyone who has a good standing with the community.

After my meeting with Tom Pinchuk back at Anime Expo 2013, he told me we're community driven. He said users shouldn't be shy in promoting their stuff on the front page. As I work with the community, I was looking for ideas. I ask Daniel, sickVisionz, Foxx, Gia, and plenty of others in Anime Vice and on Twitter. Finally in August or September 2013, I got a break through, the cultural interviews (An Entire World of Anime Fans! -- THE VICE PIT). Let's keep on working on it.

Lastly, remember, anyone in this community can start a roundtable of their own. I'm not a leader, just a facilitator.

Sora_thekey

Fire_Star

Halberdierv2

Takashichea

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Welcome everyone, here is Anime Vice's Top 20 Manga Series of 2013! This poll was started on January 30, 2014 and ended on March 15, 2014 (See Top 10 Manga of 2013 Voting Project). With you guys and gals' help, I was able to record 145 manga series for the voting sheet. Out of 145 entries, only 77 manga series got voted. 28 Vicers had voted, and submitted a total of 108 votes. This is your community's results! I was surprised by the results.

I was asked by many folks to start a manga poll contest since sickVisionz's top anime poll had an incredible response. Last year, we had about 50 voters. (See Top 10 Best Anime of 2013!) 2013 was the first time the community had voted for their top manga series. Another reason I wanted to start the poll was curiousity. I put some extra information to see where the community loves the most:

  • Are we leaning towards a particular manga publishing company?
  • Is weekly manga more popular than monthly manga series?
  • Are we predominantly Shonen manga fans?

I'm sorry for being a bit late with the results. With Screened closing down on March 14, 2014 and the Spring 2014 Guide in the works, it's a bit tough managing this poll and making the results. It was fun seeing the results. I put in about 5 hours today: working on tallying the numbers, making the list below, and double checking the math. If you want to see the Gdoc spreadsheet, here is the sheet.

1. Bleach
Ichigo Kurosaki has always been able to see ghosts, but this ability doesn't change his life nearly as much as his close encounter with Rukia Kuchiki, a shinigami (spirt of death) and member of the mysterious Soul Society. While fighting a Hollow, an evil spirit that preys on humans who display psychic energy, Rukia attempts to lend Ichigo some of her powers so that he can save his family, but much to her surprise, Ichigo absorbs every last drop of her energy.
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
9187Shonen Jump2001WeeklyOngoingViz Media
2. Attack on Titan
Humankind is down to just a few thousand people who live in a city surrounded by three concentric walls. The walls protect them from their enemies, the ravenous giants known as the Titans. The Titans appear to have only one purpose: to consume humanity.
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
8162Bessatsu Shonen2009MonthlyOngoingKodansha
3. Claymore
A Claymore - a female warrior named for the sword she carries - travels from medieval village to village to destroy Yoma, monsters who disguise themselves as humans and who are almost impossible to kill. Claymores are half-humans, half-demons who willingly transformed themselves by mixing their blood with monster's blood. Claire, nicknamed silver-eyed killer, is such a powerful Claymore, she can slay a Yoma using only one hand. But she must constantly struggle to keep from becoming a monster herself.
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
9142Jump Square2001MonthlyOngoingViz Media
4. One Piece
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
8136Shonen Jump1997WeeklyOngoingViz Media
5. Magi - The Labyrinth of Magic
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
9133Shonen Sunday2009WeeklyOngoingViz Media
6. Toriko
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
5115Shonen Jump2008WeeklyOngoingViz Media
7. Naruto
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
7111Shonen Jump1999WeeklyOngoingViz Media
8. Vinland Saga
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
4110Shonen (Oct 2005)
Afternoon (Dec 2005)
2005Weekly (Oct 2005)
Monthly (Dec 2005)
OngoingKodansha
9. Medaka Box
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
599Shonen Jump2009WeeklyEndedNone
10. Beelzebub
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
587Shonen Jump2009WeeklyEnded (2014)None
11. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
482Shonen Jump1986WeeklyOngoingViz Media (Part 3 Only)
12. Fairy Tail
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
676Shonen2006WeeklyOngoingKodansha
Crunchyroll
13. One-Punch Man
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
472Young Jump2009 (Web)WeeklyOngoingViz Media
14. The Seven Deadly Sins
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
568Shonen2012WeeklyOngoingKodansha
Crunchyroll
15. Deadman Wonderland
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
561Shonen Ace2007MonthlyEndedTokyoPop (Former)
Viz Media (Current)
16. Gintama
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
460Shonen Jump2003WeeklyOngoingViz Media
17. Pupa
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
452Comic Earth Star2011MonthlyOngoingNone
18. Assassination Classroom
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
549Shonen Jump2012WeeklyOngoingViz Media
19. Mysterious Girlfriend X
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
248Afternoon2006MonthlyOngoingKodansha
Crunchyroll
20. Kingdom
Raw VotesWeighted VotesMagazinePublication YearType of PublicationStatusLicense (US)
341Young Jump2006WeeklyOngoingNone

Weighted System

For those who are wondering about the weighted votes and why I used them. Since our community is small, raw votes won't help decide the winners. As you see from the data, the most votes for a manga series was 9. There were many ties. I had to go back and figure out how my teammate sickVisionz carry out his calculations. After talking to him on Twitter, he told to me to used his formula. Here's the formula from I need your help for the Best Anime of 2012 votes! thread. I couldn't use the numbers since this poll uses 10 slots instead of 5 slots.

FirstSecondThirdFourthFifth
2923191713
SixthSeventhEighthNinthTenth
117532
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Anime Vice and Screened Timeline

Welcome to the Anime Vice and Screened's Timeline project. Because of Screened's closure on March 14, 2014, I was concerned about Screened and Anime Vice. I realized our time is short. As a former historian in a college club, I carried that influence into Anime Vice by documenting mainly wiki work when I first started in Anime Vice. Here I am, doing this to preserve our two community's hard work and struggle.

I welcome all help because this is a community's time line, anything significant (Wiki, Battle, RPG, Reviews, and Staff) should be here.

Thank you everyone.

Nov - Dec 2008Anime Vice's website was launched. It was a site devoted to anime and manga.
May 23, 2009
May 23, 2009
Gia Manry introduces a new staff writer, GodLen (also known as Chris). GodLen was known for his reviews on the HST (Holy Shonen Trinity): Naruto, One Piece, and Bleach.
May 6, 2010
May 6, 2010
Gia Manry wrote a letter about her farewell to the Anime Vice community. She mentioned she and John Martone will be leaving the community to pursue different interests. John Martone took up teaching while Gia took on jobs relating to her freelance career, Anime News Network and other sites.
May 12, 2010Screened's website was launched. It was a site devoted to TV shows and films.

Matt Rorie and Alex Navarro launched and ran Screened.com until it was purchased by Berman Braun. They both used to work at Gamespot.com along with Jeff Gerstmann, Ryan Davis (RIP), Brad Shoemaker, and Vinny Caravella in the years prior to Jeff's controversial sacking from Gamespot in 2007. Both Matt and Alex now work at Giant Bomb with their Gamespot buddies of old. They all have strong ties with Gamespot of one sort or another. Some might say that Gamespot before November 2007 was its "golden age" in terms of popularity and video content. Although I personally think Gamespot are getting better again with personalities such as Danny O'Dwyer and Jess McDonnell. But they'll never recapture their golden era.

April 1, 2011Takashichea started the first wiki recognition blogs, Fairy Tail Recognition Blogs for Animevice users.
May 4, 2011
May 4, 2011
Ethan publishes the Data Hentai: Anime Vice April 2011 - Super Wiki Editor Edition for Anime Vice. It spotlights the growth of the wiki pages, how wiki tasks were closed during wiki bounty themed months, and reveals data on the new and veteran wiki editors.
May 13, 2011Makoto _Mizuhara_Sakamoto shared his frustrations with Giant Bomb which caused a huge uproar.
July 2, 2011
July 2, 2011
Dream starts his Ani-Crap project with his first review on Eiken. He reviews the worst garbage in the anime world as he tortures himself for you viewing pleasure. He usually starts Ani Crap polls where folks vote on shows for him to review.
Dream: Originally, I meant to do Ani-Crap as sort of a bi-annual special thing I'd do for Anime Vice. But with it gaining a following here on Vice, I chose to make it more frequent.
September 5, 2011
September 5, 2011
FoxxFireArt publishes the Whiskey Media - Top 10 Wiki Editors where he compiles the top 10 wiki editors from Screened, Giant Bomb, Comic Vine, and Anime Vice.
Oct. 1, 2011
Oct. 1, 2011
Takashichea started one of the first massive wiki archives, Wiki Editors Project Archive 2011.
January 9, 2011
January 9, 2011
sickVisionz started the first Anime Vice's Top Anime of the Year project, starting with 2011. He and the mods created a concept page and has people make lists of top five anime series.
The Top 10 Anime Series of 2011 by Anime Vice
  1. Puella Magi Madoka Magica
  2. Steins;Gate
  3. Bunny Drop
  4. Fate/Zero
  5. Sket Dance
  6. Mawaru Penguindrum
  7. Tiger & Bunny
  8. Hanasaku Iroha
  9. Anohana
  10. Beelzebub
March 15, 2012
March 15, 2012

Whiskey Media Sale Off

  • CBS Interactive bought Giant Bomb and Comic Vine.
  • BermanBraun bought Tested, Screened, and Anime Vice.
  • On the same day, Alex Navarro announced that he will be leaving Screened for Giant Bomb.
May 31, 2012
May 31, 2012
Because the transition into a community driven site, Dead Pool and other staff members left after the Whiskey Media Sale Off. There were no staff posting new trailers in the video library. Taka proposed carrying the tradition of making anime seasonal guides with trailers. BigHeart711 and Taka formed a team and started working on these anime seasonal guides from this day.
April 2, 2012
April 2, 2012
Rorie left the site.
It has been a fun couple of years, and I’d like to thank everyone who’s visited, commented, or sent in podcast questions, and especially those of you who took the time to edit the wiki. I appreciate all the support for our crazy little venture. The notion that what we’ve done here has been worth you taking some time out of your day to come by for a visit means a lot to me. A big thanks go out, as well, to our freelancers, who helped create some amazing content that I was proud to publish. Also, all of our mods deserve a big round of applause, but especially ScanCase and Finaldasa for helping out with the Community Showcases over the past months. And of course I'd be remiss if I didn't shoutout Alex, who invited me along on this crazy ride almost two years ago. Lastly, Joey Fameli deserves a ton of credit for making me look much more capable of hosting a video than I actually am.
I greatly appreciate all the well-wishes that you guys have sent my way recently; it's been very touching to hear how Screened has been a part of your life over the last couple of years.
May 28, 2012
In the Who Will Be the Next Wiki Editor with 100,000 Points? thread, Daniel Newton and Wales raced to the 100,000 wiki finish line. The race took a whole day as these 2 kept editing wikis. Meanwhile, Taka and KuroNeko who were doing the Guilty Crown Round Table commented on the Wiki Race on Twitter. Daniel beat Wales in the race. It was a very close race. The two were only 500-1,000 wiki points apart.
July XX 2012
July XX 2012
Because of the toll on writing weekly reviews that KuroNeko and Taka had done, Taka decided to implement a few anime discussion threads on the new anime season. He got the inspiration from MyAnimeList's discussion threads. The pros of having discussion threads were that it required less time to make rather than making weekly anime reviews. The cons were that the site didn't have enough people since most of the activity was in forum games or battle forums.
July 17, 2012
July 17, 2012
GodLen left the site.
I just want to take a moment here and thank you all for taking time out of your busy days to read myNARUTO, ONE PIECE, and BLEACH weekly reviews. It has been a pleasure watching all of our favorite character’s grow up as a community as weeks and months passed.
Unfortunately circumstances do happen that are beyond my control, and life does move on. Sadly, I will no longer be writing for Anime Vice. However, this will not be the end of my writing career, I will be on the blog scene again.
Till then, see you Space Cowboy.
- Chris
Dec 14, 2012
Dec 14, 2012
Stacy takes control of the site.
This is what I love: movies and television. And movies on television. And television on movies, oh wait.
This is what I also do: photography and producing. I produced a music video for my brother-in-law's band last year, and I am working on various other projects, including a short film. This is all in my "free" time or lack thereof, so don't worry, you get my attention during the day. I just don't sleep. That is fun.
This is who are great: Screened Pups. I thank you all for your support during this transition and it has been a true pleasure to get to write and post for you.
This is who I am obsessed with: Benedict Cumberbatch. Mostly, from Sherlock, but really from anything. ANYTHING! He's delicious. Here you see a picture of us together. Cute, right?
December 31, 2012
December 31, 2012
Aleasha starts one of the first chat rooms in Anime Vice. She and along with Acura Max arrange movie nights where Vicers would watch movies and anime series on monthly basis.
February 24, 2013PikaHyper, a mod from Comic Vine, reached 100,000 wiki points within a month that he had started working in the community.
March XX, 2013About a month or so later, PikaHyper reached 200,000 wiki points.
March 22, 2013
March 22, 2013
Stacy leaves the site.
Now…enough about me, lets talk about Screened. When discussing what is special about Screened, we know that it is the community and all of the hard work all of you do. For that reason, your fearless moderator, will now be your community manager and the one posting articles on the front page. He already has helped me immensely with writing features, so it will be an easy transition. However, he does cry easily, so go easy on him. (Alright, I made that up, but still...be nice.) He will also likely be getting help from other community members, so keep up the good work and maybe that will be you.
In the end, the good news is, this means that you all know that Screened will be left in good hands and it will be around. I will also make myself available to FinalD to give him guidance and answer any questions he has.
It has been an incredible year and I thank you and will miss you all. Very much.
So say we all.
March 25, 2013
March 25, 2013
Your Community, Your Way
FinalDasa becomes the manager of Screened.
With my taking over I wanted to first introduce myself to those who may not know me all to well. I'm FinalDasa, or Michael if you wish, and probably like you am a fan of movies and TV. Some of my favorite movies include Star Wars,National Treasure, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and right now I'm keeping up with shows like The Walking Dead,Community, and soon to be watching Game of Thrones. I've been on Screened for years and a user of all the former family of Whiskey Media websites.
As what will happened with Screened, you hopefully won't experience any more turbulence with your normal everyday visit. I'll start right away with the normal articles you're used to seeing like What to Watch, Netflix Instant Update, About Last Night, Community Showcases, and so on. Give me some time while I hammer out details and get used to the shiny new buttons I have to navigate around in order to keep the lights on and the website running.
So what should you do? Keep using Screened, keep commenting, keep posting in the forum, keep editing the wiki, keep writing reviews, and keep being the super awesome amazing community you have been ever since I signed up.
I'd love suggestions about new features, what you'd like to see, what you don't want to see, and anything else you would like to say about Screened's content. It's now more community focused than ever and getting users like you more involved and interacting with what happens on Screened in priority number one
April 29, 2013
April 29, 2013
Kuma_From_Argentina wrote The New Viceverse Canon where he and his team record events and reboots in their RPG community.
August 12, 2013Daniel Newton proposed a new format to the discussion threads, adding wiki attachments. He asked Taka, Acura Max, and BigHeart711 to convert trailer threads into discussion threads. They implement this new style starting with Fall 2013 Seasonal Guide.
Month X, 2013In 2013, there was a big glitch in the wiki pages. It was a six month period glitch in which users were unable to add new films to the wiki.
September 12, 2013Takashichea became mod in Anime Vice.
Oct 11, 2013
Oct 11, 2013
In Screened, Acura Max reached 100,000 wiki points.
Dec 1, 2013
Dec 1, 2013
After Takashichea started the first Battlation of the Month community project to promote role model users for the battle forums, Taichokage became the first Battlation of the Month, December 2013.
December 5, 2013Anime Vice: Sonata and Takashichea implemented the meme ban, 100 post limit rule, and removal of watermarks from scans policy. There were high resistance from a few battle users.
January 2, 2014
January 2, 2014
  • SpeedForceSpider became Battlation of January 2014. (Taka made a typo in the banner. Just ignore that). His battle theme was Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Saint Seiya, and Toriko while his non anime theme would be Spider-man and Flash.
  • Takashichea started the AV's Newest Wiki Projects Updates: Toriko and Seven Deadly Sins to help wiki editors work on these two popular series' wiki pages.
January 6, 2014
January 6, 2014
Takashichea and Acura_Max started the Screened's Top TV and Movie Choices of 2013 back in December 27, 2013. With sickVisionz's help in carrying out weighted calculations, the three posted the results.
  • Top 5 TV Shows: Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Hannibal, Gravity Falls, and Orange is the New Black.
  • Top 5 Films: Pacific Rim, Gravity, American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Before Midnight.
January 7
January 7
Takashichea wrote the Anime Vice 2013's Top Reviewers to promote the review community. This inspires SnowyMountain to start the Screened version with Taka and Acura's help.
January 14, 2014After 2 months of working together to compile a Anime Vice Battle Usage List that record how many times a certain character is used in a battle thread, Vapovile and Takashichea posted the project to make it known. To assist Vapovile and his community project, Taka started a Gdoc poll for Battle users to fill out their battle threads.
Week of Jan. 23, 2014Comic Vine's RPG folks invaded Anime Vice's RPG forum. Some of them disperse into the battle forums. Sonata left his post as a battle mod and moderates the RPG forum heaveily, leaving Taka to moderate the battle forums.
Taka posts the List of Banned Characters in the Battle Threads when the battle forums were flooded with multiversal and omnipotent characters. Due to his inexperience in moderating the battle threads, Taka asks the battle community to help. Dream contributed and helped Taka with the project. Eventually, order was restored in the battle forums.
January 25After being inspired by Jokergeist (Comic Vine)'s Battle Phone Project, SMXLR8 copy his idea and implement as his community project in the battle forums. Taka helped SMXLR8 revise the boxes while others like Vapovile urge SMXLR8 to adjust the rules (IE: Post Count) to accommodate new users.
February 2, 2014
February 2, 2014
  • WayBig1010101 became Battlation of February 2014, and his battle theme were Claymore, Magi, Seven Deadly Sins, and female characters. Also, any underrated anime and manga series will fall under WayBig's Battle Theme.
  • On the same day, Sonata repealed the meme ban in Anime Vice's battle forums.
February 6, 2014Taka completed as much as he can for the Wiki Editors Project Archive 2013.
February 19, 2014Taka shares his thoughts on segregation among users in Anime Vice (Invisible Walls in Anime Vice)
February 20, 2014Dream became mod in Anime Vice. With Dream taking the helm of the battle threads, Takashichea scaled back his involvement in the battle forums and focus on community projects and wiki. Dream took over the List of Banned Characters project.
Feb. 22, 2014
Feb. 22, 2014
Kuma wanted exposure on the RPG forum by leaving a comment on one of Foxx's community spotlight articles. Catching Kuma's comment (which was deleted by Kuma), Taka responded and suggested a RPG news blog, so FoxxFireArt could showcase in the Community Spotlight. From that day, Kuma publishes weekly RPG news to promote RPG and invite new folks in.
February 27, 2014
February 27, 2014
FinalDasa sent out a PM to a select group of users to inform them about Screened's closure on March 14, 2014. He wanted to inform them earlier but not before the official announcement. Takashichea took actions and discreetly posts the Screened's Top Reviewers of 2013 in Anime Vice to save the work. Credits go to SnowyMountain, Taka, and Acura Max for writing the blog.
February 28, 2014FinalDasa posted the announcement of Screened's closure and informed everyone to start saving their blogs, reviews, wiki, and other things. ZombiePie of Giant Bomb included FinalDasa's message in his community spotlight. FoxxFireArt never spoke of the Screened's Closure in the Anime Vice community spotlight. Taka had to drop a comment.
February 28, 2014
February 28, 2014
Screened is announced for shutdown, March 14, 2014.

FinalDasa: Screened will be shutting down on March 14, 2014, at which time our features and content will no longer be available. It’s been a great run, and we thank you for your support over the years.

Screened may be going away but Moviefone is our latest entertainment website. If you'd like to keep up with the latest news at Moviefone.com and via the Moviefone app!

March 1, 2014
March 1, 2014
Othus12 becomes the Battlation of March 2014. His battle themes were UQ Holder and Magi: the Labyrinth of Magic.
March 1, 2014
March 1, 2014
Mike20 started a Wikia community of his own, To Hollywood and Beyond. He enlists the help of Djames216, Acura Max, and Takashichea who help transfer their works to this new Wikia. The four members work on promoting the Wikia in order to get more members.
March 4, 2014Acura Max became mod in Anime Vice after serving as a mod in Screened back in 2013. He will be assisting the transition of Screened folks into Anime Vice's community by setting clubs and discussion threads.
March 4, 2014
March 4, 2014
CherryBomb's Last Fashion Blog
CherryBomb is one of Screened's best users known for her reviews, wiki, and her fashion blogs. She has a passion for fashion, and she publishes her take on Oscars and Emmies.

CherryBomb: I have had a heavy heart ever since Screened gave the announcement that it was closing down. Like a catchy Dido song, I'm yelling out "I will go down with this ship, I won't put my hands up and surrender" and so I'm bringing to you my final "Cherry's Choice" fashion blog post, and what better way to end it than with the 86th Academy Awards?

2013 was a glorious year for cinema but was this reflected in the 2014 fashion of our glitzy, glamorous stars? Let's see:

March 6, 2014
March 6, 2014
Takashichea, Acura Max, and BigHeart711 wrote the Screened Yearbook (April 2010 - March 14, 2014) to cherish and preserve the memories of Screened community and to acknowledge their hard work.
March 12, 2014
March 12, 2014
4 Years A Critic: Screened & I
On March 12, 2014, Callum Petch says goodbye to Screened by fondly reflecting on the site that gave him so much. He shares how he found the site and how much it changed him. Callum thanks everyone for their contributions for making Screened the best TV and Movie online community.

Callum: I honestly have no idea how to wrap this up. I held off a week before writing this, because I wanted to fully process the news before I set about putting words to electronic paper. Maybe I thought that would make me more prepared. Like I had something profound and insightful to close out my time on this site with. But I’ve got nothing. My mind is blank. In just about 48 hours, this site will shut down and there is nothing I can do about it.

...

My heart hurts. Thanks for everything, everyone. It really has been a blast and, despite the last 5 A4 pages, words genuinely can’t describe it. So, thank you. I love you all.

March 14, 2014Screened shuts down.
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Welcome everyone! I'm Takashichea, your neighborhood wiki editor. We had another great year in wiki editing. Why I do these archive threads is because I'm a former historian for a club at my university back in 2010. I took pictures of my club and their happiest and proudest moments. My experiences from college are reflected in this community. I want to give recognition to my teammates and everyone. We are the driving force in this community. A majority of the community are wiki editors, either as a hobby, full time, seasonal breaks, etc.

Please give these guys recognition for their hard work this past year. It means a lot to our community.

If I miss you, please tell me. I would love to add you if you committed to a project for a week.

Related Threads

Wiki Milestones

We had a Who Will Be the Next Wiki Editor with 100,000 Points? thread back then. It was fun watching Wales and Daniel duke it out for the finish line. I still do this, so we have some history for our community. I separated this list into 100,000 class and above 100,000 class.

100,000

  • February 24: PikaHyper
  • May 13: Bigz007
  • July 9th: Dekken
  • August 9th: DestinyHeroKnight
  • November 11th: DocHaus

200,000 and Above

  • Bigz007 - 200,000 - 300,000 - Date Unknown. If I had to guess, I think Bigz007 had earned 200,000 points in summer 2013 and reached 300,000 in late December. I worked closely with Bigz007 in the majority of the wiki projects.
  • PikaHyper - 200,000 - He got to 200,000 within a month after Feb. 24.

Takashichea

  • Reached 500,000 on February 5, 2013
  • Reached 600,000 in May 2013
  • Reached 700,000 on August 21, 2013
  • Became a wiki mod on September 12, 2013.
  • Reached 800,000 on November 9, 2013

Finished Wiki Projects

In 2013, we finished a lot of projects, mainly episode summaries. A lot of these were newer anime series that came out in 2013.

Solo

The Severing Crime Edge

Start Date: 4-7-13

  • Takashichea finished all episode summaries.

End Date: 6-29-13.

Attack on Titan
Start Date: April 14, 2013
  • Takashichea finished all episode summaries
End Date: September 29, 2013
Notes: There were other independent wiki editors on the project, but Taka and them didn't really make a formal team.
However, Annabanana came back after a year break. Taka and her formed partnership temporarily until Anna had to leave.

Team

Robotics;Notes

October 20, 2012:

Teammates: Acura Max and Takashichea

  • Acura Max and I work on the episodes and characters. We finished around the week of March 29, 2013.
The Pet Girl of Sakurasou
1-29-13:
Teammates: Takashichea, Daniel Newton, and Aleasha
  • Daniel worked on the project for a bit. He was experimenting with the anime series's wiki layout.
  • Aleasha finished on the franchise page.
  • Takashichea finished the episode summary project in March 2013.
Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet
4-7-13:

Teammates: Acura Max and

  • Acura Max and I take turns on the episode summaries. He and I finish all summaries on 6-30-13.
Devil is a Part Timer ! (Hataraku Maou-sama!)

4-5-13
Teammates: Daniel Newton, DocHaus, Takashichea

  • Takashichea finished all the summaries on 6-29-13 with Daniel and Dochaus's help.
Oreimo 2

Start Date: June 2013

Teammates: Daniel Newton and Takashichea

  • Takashichea finished Oreimo 2 on 6-29-13. Also, Oreimo 1's ONA (True Route) was finished on that day in one sitting.
  • On August 22, Takashichea finished Oreimo 2's True Route episode summaries.
  • For characters, Daniel and I only finished Kuroneko's page.
Valvrave the Liberator
4-13-13

Teammates: Acura Max and Takashichea.

  • We finished all summaries for season 1 as of July 2. For season 2, we finished on December 31, 2013
Wanna Be the Strongest in the World!
10-6-13
Teammates: Bigz007 and Takashichea
  • Bigz007 uploaded episode screenshots
  • Takashichea finished episode summaries on January 5, 2014

List of Ongoing Projects

I have divided the project into two: Solo and Teammates just like before.

Solo Wiki Editors

Wiki EditorsProjects

Acura Max
  • No individual wiki projects. See team wiki projects.

adictoalatrama
  • Sol Bianca: The Legacy (OAV) - Attachment
  • Amazonian Beauty & Brawn Hilda - Concept attachments

AgentFakku
  • Brandish - Volume & Episode Attachment
  • Misc Hentai Series (for Hentai Club) - Episode and Character page Creation

Aleasha
  • Naruto Wiki Bounty Project - Concepts
  • Zettai Karen Children: The Unlimited - Anime

Annabanana
  • Yamada and the Seven Witches - Manga & Volume attachments

AnimeBookWorm7
  • Bunny Drop - main anime page
  • K - main anime page
  • Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions - main anime page
  • Negima! - main anime page

Armored_Victory
  • Fatal Fury and its series - Main page and episode summary

Auron570
  • Mysterious Girlfriend X - Episode Summary
  • Space Brothers - Episode Summary

Avril2000
  • Naruto - Images

Bigz007
  • Claymore - Volume Attachments
  • Day Break Illusion - Episode attachments
  • Hyoka - Main anime page and Episode attachments with images
  • Hyperdimension Neptunia
  • Naruto - Episode attachments
  • Occult Academy - Main anime page and Episode attachments with images
  • K-on! - Main anime page and Episode attachments with images + Volume Covers
  • Yu-Sibu - Character Creation
  • Hitman Reborn - Episode Attachments, Character Creation
  • Nozoki Ana - Character Creation

Bluecatcinema
  • Pokemon - Images

Calaggie
  • Case Closed - Episode and Volume dates
  • Sket Dance - Volume Covers

cwf123
  • Samurai Jack - misc wiki page creation
  • Legend of Korra - misc wiki page creation

Note: Samurai Jack's wiki page is deleted due to AV's new wiki scope policies


Daniel Newton
  • Mysterious Girlfriend X - Volume Summaries
  • Samurai Bride - Images
  • High School DxD New - Episode formatting with images

Dekken

DestinyHeroKnight
  • Pokemon - Volume Summary
  • Psyren - Volume Summary

DocHaus

Note: DocHaus is a foundation type wiki editor who will work on various projects, mainly newer anime series.


Dstorres
  • The Guyver
  • Macross

ForgottenOne
No individual wiki projects. See Team Projects

FoxxFireArt
  • Cross Manage - Volume,
  • Code Geass - Characters, Movie,
  • Gun x Clover - Volume Cover
  • Magi - Anthology Manga Volumes
  • Misc Hentai Manga - Note: Foxx isn't part of the Hentai Club faction in Anime Vice.
  • Strike Witches - Movie, Manga, Characters
  • Triage X - Volume, Characters

Galenbeta
No individual wiki projects. See Team Projects

Gokugx
  • Dragon Ball GT - Concept, Characters

KingofAsh
  • Heroic Age

MadnessReaver
  • The Breaker - Characters
  • History's Strongest Disciple - Characters
  • Upotte!! - Characters

Mangadog
  • National Location Wiki Pages - Creating Characters and attaching them to locations like Canada, Africa, and other national countries

MrXD
  • Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere - Character Creation

Obsidian609
  • Pokemon
  • Digimon
  • My Little Pony

Note: Obisidian609 is a foundation type wiki editor who will work on various projects, mainly old anime series.


OglaPhone
  • Attack on Titan - Characters (Reiner Braun)
  • Akame Ga Kill - Volumes, Characters
  • Good Luck Girl - Characters
  • History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi - Characters
  • One-Punch Man - Characters
  • Princess Lucia - Characters

Petiew
  • AKB0048

RavenBuster
  • Diabolik Lover - Episode Summaries with attachments and images

RealJpoe
  • Astro Boy
  • Gaiking
  • Love, Chunibyo % Other Delusions

ScarletKittie
  • Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok - Character creation, volume and episode attachments
  • Penguin Brothers
  • Misc Shoujo manga series for her Shojo weekly project. Note: Her project did had a chance to begin.

Scott2029
  • Blue Seed - Episode attachments
  • Captain Harlock
  • Eyeshield 21 - Episode attachments
  • Guyver - Episode attachments
  • Ghost Hunt - Volume attachments
  • Ranma 1/2 - Episode attachments

Shels
  • Attack on Titan - Character Creation,
  • Dorohedoro - Volume Creation
  • Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo - Main Movie page
  • Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation - Episode Attachments, Images
  • Gatchman Crowds - Character Creation
  • Genshiken 2 -
  • NoitaminA
  • Wolfsmund - Volume main page

SMXLR8
  • Xiaolin Showdown - Character
  • Dan Doh! - Character
  • Dragon Ball Z - Concept

Note: Xiaolin Showdown page was deleted b/c of recent wiki scope policies.


Sonata
  • Misc Hentai Series (for Hentai Club) - Episode and Character page Creation

SpeedForceSpider
  • Kagaku na Yatsura - Volume/Episode attachments, Character Creation
  • Misc Hentai Series (for Hentai Club) - Episode and Character page Creation

Supreme Marvel

Taichokage
No individual wiki projects. See Team Projects

Takashichea

Toxin45
  • Blazblue - Character Creation, Volume Covers, Episode Attachments
  • Death Note - Volume and Special OVA page creations
  • Attack on Titan - Episode/Volume Attachments

WayBig1010101
No individual wiki projects. See Team Projects

Wytchblade
  • Fatal Fury

Wiki Editor Archive 2013 Team Projects

Danganronpa: The Academy of Hope and the High School Students of Despair

Start Date: July 6

Teammates: Takashichea, YotaruVegeta, Sonata, Dekken

  • Takashichea - Episode Summaries with images, Anime's Main Page, Volumes
  • Sonata - Character Creation with Profile Portraits
  • Dekken - Character Creation with Profile Portraits
  • YotaruVegeta - Anime's Main Page
Fairy Tail
Start Date: Around October - December 2010?

Teammates: Annabanana, Bigz007, Buhssuht, Daniel Newton, DestinyHeroKnight, Obisidian609, Wales, and Takashichea

  • Annabanana - Character Writer, Episode Summary with images + attachments
  • Takashichea - Character Writer, Episode Summary with images + attachments
  • Wales - Volume Summary
  • Obsidian609 - Episode and Volume Attachments
  • Daniel Newton - Episode Format, Main Volume Page
  • DestinyHeroKnight - Volume Attachments
  • Buhssuht - Concept, Location, and Character Writer
  • Bigz007 - Episode Images
Free! Iwatobi Swim Club
Start Date: July 3, 2013

Teammates: Takashichea, Sonata

  • Sonata - Character Attachments
  • Takashichea - Episode Summaries/ Images, Main Anime Page
Freezing Vibration
Start Date: Fall 2013

Teammates: WereWolverine4, Bigz007

  • Werewolver4 - Main Anime Page
  • Bigz007 - Episode Images, Attachments
High School DxD New
Start Date: Summer 2013

Teammates: Daniel Newton, Galebenta, Bigz007

  • Daniel Newton - Episode Formatting with images
  • Bigz007 - Episode Attachments
  • Galebenta - Character (predominantly Issei)
Kill la Kill
Start Date: Oct. 4, 2013

Bigz007, Daniel Newton, Dekken, FoxxFireArt, KingofAsh, and Takashichea

Roles:

  1. Daniel and FoxxFireArt format episode pages.
  2. Taka fill in episode summaries
  3. Bigz007 and Taka take turns uploading episode screenshots
  4. Foxx and Taka work on character and other misc wiki pages
My Mental Choices are Completely Interfering with my School Romantic Comedy
Start Date: Summer 2013

Bigz007, Dekken, Takashichea

  • Bigz007 - Episode Images/Attachments
  • Dekken - Main Anime Page (predominantly character section), Character Creation, Episode Attachments
  • Takashichea - Main Anime Page (overview), Character Creation
Space☆Dandy
Start Date: December 2013

DocHaus, Daniel Newton, and Obsidian609

  • DocHaus - Main Anime Page, Episode Summaries
  • Daniel - Main Anime Page, Episode Formatting
  • Obisidian609 - Misc Wiki Page Creation, Episode Attachments
The Seven Deadly Sins
Start Date: December 2013

Bigz007, DestinyHeroKnight, Low, SMXLR8

  • Bigz007 - Volume Attachments
  • DestinyHeroKnight - Misc wiki page creation, Volume contents & attachments
  • Low - Character Writer
  • SMXLR8 - Character Writer
Toriko
Start Date: Dec. 19, 2013

Teammates: Yusuke52, ForgottenOne, Othus12, SpeedForceSpider, Taichokage, WayBig1010101, and Takashichea

  • Yusuke52 - Franchise page, Character & misc wiki page creation, character writer
  • Takashichea - Character Writer and Episode summary
  • ForgottenOne - Character and Concept Writer
  • Othus12 - Character Writer
  • SpeedForceSpider - Character Writer
  • Taichokage - Character Writer
  • WayBig1010101 - Character Writer

Note: Taichokage and WayBig1010101 joined in January 2014.

Mysterious Girlfriend X
Start Date: 2012?

Teammates: Daniel Newton, Auron570

  • Daniel - Episode Formatting, Volume Summary
  • Auron570 - Episode Summary
Magi
Start Date: 10-10-12
Teammates: Annabanana (retired), Buhssuht (retired), Bigz007, RavenBuster (semi-active), and Takashichea
  • Annabanana (her work took place in 2012) - Volume Covers and Character Creation
  • Buhssuht - (his work took place in 2012) Main Franchise Page
  • Bigz007 - (started in season 2) Episode Screenshots
  • Takashichea - (started in season 1) Episode Summary with images, Volume Covers, Character Writer
  • RavenBuster - Fan Art (mainly Sinbad)
Note: Taichokage and WayBig1010101 joined in February 2014.
One Piece
Start Date: 2010?
Teammates: FoxxFireArt and Dekken
  • FoxxFireArt - Characters, Episode with images, formatting, and attachments
  • Dekken - Character creations, Profile Portraits, Images

Misc Projects

Below are special concept pages that wiki editors in Anime Vice team up together to expand image galleries or add a large amount of anime/manga series of a particular genre (IE: Hentai).

Big Boobs

Dekken has several lists of measurements for various sizes.

Eyecatch
Start Date: Oct. 11, 2012

Teammates: Bigz007, Dekken, Daniel Newton, DestinyHeroKnight, and Takashichea

See Wiki Task: The Eyecatch Collection

Title Card
Start Date: Aug. 27, 2013

Teammates: Bigz007 and Takashichea

See Wiki Task: The Title Card Collection

Hentai Club
Start Date: August 15, 2013
Teammates: Sonata, SpeedForceSpider, AgentFakku, Takashichea
  • Sonata adds hentai anime
  • SpeedForceSpider adds hentai anime with characters
  • Takashichea adds hentai anime and manga with general info. Works on the Quick Picks: Erotica Version 2013 project
  • AgentFakku adds hentai anime and manga
Implied Sex Scene
Teammates: Dream, Bigz007, and Takashichea
  • Everyone adds images and descriptions of various implied sex scenes from various anime series.

See Conditions for Implied Sex Scene thread.

Magazine Wiki Project

In 2013, the Anime Vice wiki editors work on magazines, and their main work are usually adding issues with some form of attachments: characters or dates.

Weekly Shonen Sunday

Takashichea (Issue numbering Problems)

Comic Earth Star Magazine

Takashichea (Up to Date)

Nyantype Magazine

Daniel Newton and Takashichea: The two editors add posters for a large collection. These posters would be attached to various characters' galleries, Anime Art.

Megami Magazine

Same as Nyantype Magazine project.

Manga Time Kirara Magazine

Takashichea (Not up to date)

6. Megami Magazine Deluxe

Start Date: 10-27-13

Takashichea (Not up to Date)

Bessatsu Shonen Magazine

Takashichea (Not up to date)

Monthly Dragon Age Magazine

FoxxFireArt (Up to Date)

Weekly Shonen Jump (US)

DestinyHeroKnight (Up to Date): Adds characters and dates

Shonen Jump

DestinyHeroKnight: Same as the US version.

Comic Hotmilk Magazine

FoxxFireArt: Contains NSFW images

COMIC Potpourri Club Magazine

FoxxFireArt: Contains NSFW images

Canopri Comic Magazine

FoxxFireArt: Contains NSFW images

Monthly Sunday Gene-X Magazine

FoxxFireArt: Up to Date

COMIC Kairakuten Magazine

FoxxFireArt: Up to Date

Dengeki Black Maoh Magazine

FoxxFireArt: Up to Date

Ultra Jump

PikaHyper: Up to Date

Community Spotlight 2013 Archive

FoxxFireArt writes the community spotlight pages while I gather wiki reports from the community.

January

February

March

April

May

June
August
September
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Welcome everyone! It's hard to believe that 3 years has passed.

Yes, I have crappy banner skills because I tried cramming every anime show I worked on in this community for the past 3 years.

Since I was too busy with the Fall 2013 Guide and preparing discussion threads and school, I don't have anything written down. I'll make this short.

I never thought I would commit so much to this community all this time. It all started when I found this site after surfing Google for Fairy Tail. Soon enough, I got addicted to wiki, and I was drawn towards the editors on Fairy Tail. If it wasn't for Anime Vice, I wouldn't have tried and experienced a lot of different anime and manga series. In 2012, BigHeart711 and I started the trailer project when the staff was disappearing one by one. In that year, I started branching out of Anime Vice and explored the sister sites: Giant Bomb, Comic Vine, and Screened. I even went into the Animanga Wikia sites to learn how they operate. Hoping I pick up stuff that would help Anime Vice. All these years, I worked the wiki pages and other projects to promote the community, make it better than ever. Folks come and go. I never forget them.

Thanks

Since I know a lot of folks and named them in the first anniversary blog, I'm going to make this list short

  • My Little Sister - She got me into anime. If I didn't get into anime, I wouldn't be here in Anime Vice. Plus, I watch a lot of anime shows with my siblings.
  • Annabanana - She was a great friend and one of the best wiki editors. We worked on Fairy Tail and lots of projects way back in 2010.
  • KuroNekoXIII - He was an awesome guy who cheered me up. I had fun working on Guilty Crown and Sket Dance with him.
  • BigHeart711 - Friendliest guy I met. Oh, he makes way better banners than me. We worked on Quick Picks and the new anime trailers.
  • Daniel Newton - Whenever I run into trouble, I ask Daniel a lot. He was always thinking out of the box. He revolutionized the discussion and wiki in the community.
  • FoxxFireArt - I do the wiki report for Foxx. He does the community spotlight that promotes the hard work that people put in their blogs, reviews, and wiki.
  • Acura Max - A cool dude and a mod from Screened who got me into Star Trek and sci-fi anime genre. He is one dedicated guy who helps out doing the trailers for both Screened and Anime Vice. Plus, we finish the Gargantia, Robotics;Notes, and Valvrave Season 1 anime project together.

List of Accomplishments

Since I'm rushing this, I will miss some stuff.

  • I finished a lot of anime projects, mainly episode summaries. I'll put a chunk of what I did from 2012 to 2013 on the bottom of the blog since I never did a 2nd anniversary blog. I recorded them in this summary list.

With BigHeart711 and Acura Max's help, we did 7 seasons worth of anime trailers.

  1. Spring 2012
  2. Summer 2012
  3. Fall 2012
  4. Winter 2013
  5. Spring 2013
  6. Summer 2013
  7. Fall 2013
  • Became an Admin for Sket Dance and Btooom Wikia.
  • Met Tom Pinchuk at Anime Expo 2013. It was my first con.
  • Started the cultural interviews. See An Entire World of Anime Fans! -- THE VICE PIT article. It was an awesome project to do. I got a chance to hear folks' stories about their anime experiences in their homelands.
  • Became a mod for Anime Vice on Sept. 12, 2013.

Thank you for reading. I hope you guys and gals will help improve the community by participating in the discussions and contributing to the wiki. If you need help, I'll be there.

Past Wiki Projects (2012-2013)

1. Fairy Tail

October of 2010 to May 2011 (now) The first anime I tackled when I joined Animevice. It was interesting because I watch Fairy Tail and was looking for more info. This is why I found and Animevice. I made friends with Annabanana, Obscurefan, and Obsidian609. I'm lucky to be a part of this Animevice team. Currently doing on the weekends but most of my work is on episode summaries and captioning images. See recognition blog and my statue quo. The roles I did was image hunting (helping Annabanana, Obscurefan by finding images) and captioning images. I helped fill in some of the episodes and work on minor characters such as Vulcan. <br> OVA: Spring of 2011 (Can't remember exact date) - Anna and I finished the 1st episode. For the 2nd episode, we got references but not the plot summary. The 3rd episode needs work.

15. Beelzebub

I remember Anna working on it during Spring 2011, and it was because of her that I watched it and loved it. I was busy and couldn't help her while I was working on Shaman King (alone) and working with her on Fairy Tail. I made a bold decision to help her when she was absent for three weeks (July 17-Aug 12). Eventually, ShadowKnight508 appear and help us. Anna, ShadowKnight508, and I form a team for this franchise during Late August 2011.

16. Sket Dance

8-18-11: After Piface314 came home (since March 2011), she proposed to start a wiki project on Sket Dance with Anna and I. Both of us tried it and fell in love with the anime. Team W.I.K.I Nation is born, and Hibaru join us.

18. Guilty Crown

Fall 2011 (I check the date) - It's a big project that Kuro and I took. We deal with the anime series and characters. Kuro and I finished all plot summaries.

22. Is this a Zombie? of the Dead

May 2012 - Finished it with the help of Daniel and the others. I finished all plot summaries by June 2012.

23. Fate/Zero

June 2012 - Solo. I finished all plot summaries by July 2, 2012.

25. Humanity Has Declined

July 2, 2012: Teammates: BigHeart711 <br> I do episode wiki while BigHeart711 does weekly reports. <br> All episode plot summaries are completed as of 9-18-2012, 12:56AM.

26. Campione!

July 7, 2012: Teammates: Daniel and Sonata <br> I do episode and weekly reports; I add new pages and do characters if I can. <br> Daniel usually formats episodes. <br> Sept. 29, 2012 - Anime project done.

27. La storia della Arcana Famiglia

July 7, 2012: Teammates: BigHeart711 and Sonata <br> Sonata does special images like Transparent PNG <br> BigHeart711 add characters. <br> I do weekly reports, episode, and character wiki pages. <br> All episode plot summaries are completed as of 9-16-2012

28. Tari Tari

July 12, 2012 - Teammates: Auron570. <br> Auron570 does even episodes' plot summaries. <br> I do the odd episodes' plot summaries. <br> All episode plot summaries are completed as of 10-06-2012.

30. Sword Art Online

July 16, 2012: Even this is a solo project, I had some help from Sonata who got some nice default images and Daniel who helped me on the main anime page and format the episode pages. AnimeReviewDaily worked on Kirito and the main anime page. Buhssuht helped me on the franchise page.

Finished: December 24, 2012

31. Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero

July 16, 2012 - Teammates: Sonata and Daniel. I do plot summaries and characters. <br> Sonata uploads images to characters and sometimes, to episodes. <br> 9-29-2012: All episode summaries are added.

32. Binbogami ga!

July 19, 2012 - Teammates: Sonata and Daniel

Sonata adds little stuff to characters and images + references to episodes. <br> I do plot summaries and characters.

9-28-12: Anime project with all of its episode summaries has been completed.

36. Btooom!

10-6-12: At first, I was intimidated by the dark content of this series. After watching 1 episode, I'm addicted to it. I finished the project in December 2012.

37. Magi - The Labyrinth of Magic

10-10-12: Started the anime project.

39. Robotics;Notes

October 20, 2012: Acura Max and I work on the episodes and characters. We finished Around the week of March 29, 2013.

43. The Pet Girl of Sakurasou

1-29-13: Daniel worked on the project for a bit. He was experimenting with the anime series's wiki layout. I took over the characters. I believed I finish the episode project in March 2013.

44. The Severing Crime Edge

4-7-13: It's a solo job. I mostly work on episode summaries. I don't know if I have time to do character pages. I finish all summaries on 6-29-13.

45. Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet

4-7-13: Acura Max and I take turns on the episode summaries. He and I finish all summaries on 6-30-13.

46. Hataraku Maou-sama!

4-5-13: UsaChanMan recommend the anime series to me. I fell in love with it. I started working on the episode summaries. Finished all the summaries on 6-29-13 with Daniel and Dochaus's help.

47. Valvrave the Liberator

4-13-13: Acura Max is my teammate. We finished all summaries as of July 2.

48. Oreimo 2

June 2013: Taking Daniel and his friend's words, I tried Oreimo, and somehow, I got obsessed over it. I finished all Oreimo 1's true route episode summaries in one day on 6-29-13. As of 6-29-13, all Oreimo 2 episode summaries are completed. When the Oreimo 2 OVAs came, I finished them quickly as of August 22.

Attack on Titan
Started in April 14, 2013, I'm still working on episode summaries. I did do character pages such as Mikasa and a few dead characters. I can only add bits of info. There are other editors working on other pages. Dekken and Toxin45 do some linking for characters/episodes while Olgaphone did an excellent job on Reiner's page.

I finished all episode summaries on Sept. 29, 2013
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