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(crossposted from NikoScream)

Yesterday, ANN announced the liquidation of Central Park Media anime licenses. Central Park Media was one of the oldest anime licensing companies in the States until declaring chapter 7 bankruptcy earlier this year. That’s the kind of bankruptcy you don’t come back from.

As such, I decided to list my top 5 CPM titles I would like to see saved. These titles range from mecha to shonen action to romantic comedy to, well, some stuff not for polite society. Some titles have already been saved and don’t need mentioning, like Slayers by FUNimation and Grave of the Fireflies from ADV (oops, mentioned them). I picked these based on already existing fan bases and importance to the fandom at large. These titles are not in order of importance. They’re in reverse alphabetical order because the last one works out well that way. Anyway, here we go.

Now here’s YuYu Hakusho the Movie: Poltergeist Report, where Yusuke and friends fight off forces from the neatherworld to protect the human and spirit worlds. Earlier this year, FUNimation finished releasing the YuYu Hakusho TV series in four box sets. Now would be a good time for FUNi to grab the movie and add it to their collection of YuYu titles. Maybe even replace the movie dub with the (in my opinion) superior TV dub cast.

Here we have Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer. The pervert Ataru and hot alien Lum and friends go through a trippy adventure that could only be brought to us by the likes of Mamoru Oshii, who wrote and directed the flick after simply directing the series and first film. Being the only Urusei Yatsura movie not licensed by AnimEigo (even though they did a lot of the work), this might be something for them to jump on.

Photon: The Idiot Adventures is a hilarious little six-episode OVA originally created by Masaki Kajishima, the creator of Tenchi Muyo, and features staff from several Tenchi projects.  It’s a wacky space comedy about the impossibly-strong-yet-simple-minded-boy Photon Earth who accidentally marries a space pilot. This show is not related to the Tenchi franchise, but really, who isn’t related to Tenchi these days?

Do you like giant robots? Do you like cop dramas? Well then, Patlabor The Mobile Police is for you. In a not-so-futuristic Japan (in the year 1999), where mechs called labors are used for a variety of tasks from construction and law enforcement, the crew of the Second Special Vehicles Division use their patlabors to keep the peace. CMP had the licenses to the OVA and TV series, whereas Bandai Entertainment (via their merger with Bandai Visual USA) has the movies. Back on the theme of completing franchises, perhaps this is a good chance of bringing together the franchise.

And for last…

Yes, La Blue Girl. Bible Black may have dethroned this title as the most currently notable hentai State side, but La Blue Girl is still one of the necessary titles one must see before claiming to have any knowledge about hentai or tentacle porn. Then there’s the live-action movie, which takes campy porn to a whole new level. Media Blasters still has its Kitty Media hentai line. This may be a perfect fit.

And now 5 notable mentions I’d like to see saved mostly because I haven’t seen enough of them:

  • Armored Troopers VOTOMS
  • Cyber City Oedo 808
  • Project A-Ko
  • Record of Loddess War
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena

That’s not everything I’d like, but they all top the list. What titles do you want to see saved?

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I just downloaded the Tomica Hero Rescue Force Explosive Movie: Rescue the Mach Train! and i saw this awesome scene where Hiroshi finally took up the role of toku hero again. and i just wanted to show that^^
It has been a good 8 years since his last role in a Toku movie/series (last time he played a short cameo in Kamen Rider Agito: G4) its pretty awesome he`s still in good shape which is a good thing because he might be reprising his role again as R0 in Tomica Hero Rescue Force Fire this year and he`s definitly playing his old role as Kamen Rider Ichigo in Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs Great Shocker. ^^ PS: 0:59 notice the Doronjo crew copies there my god i wanted to say that ever since i saw the first episode XD
The real highlight of the movie for me ryukendo, ryuguno and Ryujino  saluting to the Rescue force
The real highlight of the movie for me ryukendo, ryuguno and Ryujino saluting to the Rescue force

And here is the Kamen Rider Decade Press Conference video in which Hiroshi announced that he will be reprising his role as Kamen Rider #1.
Its also awesome that Tetsuo Kurata will be reprising his role of Kotaro minami/Kamen Rider Black RX in the movie which makes it all the bit harder to wait 8+ months XD
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So Vice own community podcast is doing another show. Ya! So want to join come on and join.
Just get Skype, It free so, no worry.
Set up a Skype id
and then PM me and tell me your Skype Id so I can call you for the show

Show Time is at 10pm CST, June 10.

Check out past show on my bro's MoonStorm blogs.
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I'd really love it if you guys could help digg the DBE sequel news. The word, it must be spread!
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Just watch.

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Since when have we ever known Tsunade's last name was Koichi? If anything, wouldn't it be like Senju or something? But yeah, just thought I'd bring this up, because her last name is still unknown information and yet here it says that it's Koichi (which I think is completely wrong)
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The title says it all, folks. If you want to meet one of the featured guests of Bomb Should Have A Face, you can look for me at Otakon 2009 from July 17-19 in sunny Baltimore, MA. Just PM me if you want to meet up! And for those of you who aren't able to come, I'll try and see if I can post some tweets and/or blogs from the show.

It's going to be amazing, so stay tuned for more details!
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Don`t forget that the European Wi-fi event for the Rotom is starting tomorrow with this trainers will obtain Keys to transform Rotom in his multiple forms

The event stops on July the 19th
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ok i just saw this on youtube and i was like "Whoa thats very strange in a cute way" ok but im gonna warn you the aborableness of this vid will blow your mind and has every character in the KH franchise all cute and chibi like from lucky star and that they dance even the organization 13 members so just so you know i warned you and if this freaks you out then ok and if this makes you laugh then good enjoy


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To all that read this I am leaving Animevice. I was banned due to copy and pasting info on some pages or accidentally adding doubles of pages. I don't know they didn't exactly tell me the reasons. But to all my friends I will be at comicvine if you wish to speak with me. Last words I joined this website to help make a better encyclopedia for the anime industry. Since I was two I have been watching animes and always wanting to find info on new shows I have seen that no one else has found but of course there are not very many sources for some shows. But one day I found that place and I eventually get banned forever from that website I was searching for. Well who cares anymore it seems that no one will miss me but who cares I came I saw I conquered. But alas they could at least delete my profile page I mean that pisses me off that it will be here till the end of time, and every time I come to look here I will see it laughing in my face at my failure.
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It's a trick question.

Characters aren't moe in and of themselves, it is the fan reaction to the character that is moe.

Take a magical girl show like Shugo Chara or Sakura:  I (as a creepy, middle aged fan with a black heart, an utter lack of morals, and ill intent apparent in my eye) might feel 'moe' toward a young heroine in this type of show, but it's nominal intended audience of, you know, girls  can instead follow the action 'A' plot, the conspiracy 'B' plot, the romantic sub-plot, and the comedy without thinking evil, evil thoughts during every transformation sequence.

Anime in more recent years (particulalry those anime derived from ero games) decided to skip the plot, action, and characterizaton BS and cut to the moe.  I can't defend this.

That said:  a 'moe' feeling can be a brotherly affection toward a little sister, a desire to see her grow up strong and proud and stand on her own.  (one translation of moe is 'sprouting' so there's your nuturing aspect)

Of course I'm a complete degenerate so even this fig leaf of an 'excuse' doesn't apply to me.  Hide yer daughters, mate, or your wives for that matter, else this leering ojisan will seduce them right out from under your watch. 
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So my last post, I mentioned I was planning two cosplays for Sugoi Con in October. I didn't reveal the second because I was waiting on accessory to arrive that would make the outfit more complete and obvious.  The accessory came in yesterday, and I went to the mall today to purchase one more accessory.

 So now I present (coincidentally on the same day as the newest episode of K-ON! is released) : Mio Akiyama from K-ON!
Please don't say you are lazy...
Please don't say you are lazy...

Poofy Black Lace Skirt
Poofy Black Lace Skirt
This is a "Found Item Coslay" as almost everything is already made. The skirt I bought last year at Halloween for a Gothic Lolita outfit from my favorite local consignment type shop called Queen of Rags. It  was mighty expensive ($50) but well worth it for the large amount of tulle, lace, fabric and work that went into making it.This skirt is like five pounds and like twenty layers (exaggerating here, but you guys get the point). Plus it can be reused for a variety of cosplays or Gothic Lolita outfits.

The top I've had for a very long time, still debating whether I'm going to use it or make another.  The arm warmers I bought off ebay for $8.99 and the tights from Hot Topic for $8. The shoes I bought earlier this year from the shoe store I work at to wear to a conference. They cost about $12-15 with my discount.

Tights, shoes, and arm warmers
Tights, shoes, and arm warmers
Things still left to obtain or make:
  • Long, dark brown wig with bangs
  •   Mini top hat with red ribbon
  • Rose/flower bouqet
  • Cane
  • Black sash
  • Add some extra elastic in the back to make the skirt tighter so it won't slide down.

Obviously not going to carry around the rock band guitar. I would trip over the cord constantly. Then I would get tired of holding it and hand it off to Baku to carry around or take back to the hotel room. Plus it's not a lefty guitar. :p So that's all for now. I'll keep updating with more pictures as I get all the stuff together.

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It took 5 men to take down a man who really hurt someone.

It takes a Judge to take down a man who did nothing but see...

Are you ready to go to Jail for what you see?

Is street justice the only true justice?

One must wonder why when the world became one man lost his freedom for good...
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Nation¹s Largest Anime and Manga Convention Teams Up with First 24-Hour
Japanese Television Channel in North America

Anaheim, California (June 5, 2009) ‹ UTB, United Television Broadcasting
Systems, Inc., the first 24-hour Japanese digital television channel in
North America announces their media partnership with the nation¹s largest
anime and manga convention held July 2-5, 2009 at the Los Angeles Convention
Center. More information can be found on the website
<> .

UTB aggregates and broadcasts the best programming from Japan alongside its
own original local content. The weekly programming schedule includes live
news from Japan, entertainment, documentaries, educational programs, movies,
dramas and anime. All around the world, interest in Japanese ³anime² has
skyrocketed in recent years. UTB is a free resource for anime lovers all
over Southern California, broadcasting a range of popular, highly rated
anime that everyone will enjoy.

UTB will be launching following anime programs starting June 6, 2009
(English subtitled):

From Kadokawa Pictures:
o Mon-Sun 10:00p-10:30p 6/6- 6/19
o Mon-Sun 10:00p-10:30p 6/20- 7/13

From Bandai Entertainment:
o Mon-Sun 10:00p-10:30p 7/14- 7/26
o Mon-Sun 10:00p-10:30p 7/27- 8/10

For details, please check UTB's website: (English)

Anime Expo® 2009 Official Guests of Honor include Yun Kouga, Hiroyuki
Imaishi, Daisuke Ishiwatari, Yosuke Kuroda, Toshimichi Mori, Toshiyuki
Morikawa, Morning Musume, Yasuhiro Nightow, Atsushi Nishigori, Satoshi
Nishimura and Kari Wahlgren.

Attendees, Press and Industry Members are also encouraged to view the video
coverage site of the 2008 convention at
<> .

Red & Black Sponsors include: FUNimation, Silver Sponsors include: Anime
News Network and Digital Manga Press, Patron Sponsors include: COPIC,
Central Park Media and The Right Stuf, Media Sponsors include: ImaginAsian
TV, Animation Magazine, Anime Insider Magazine, Anime News Network and UTB

About Anime Expo®
Located in Los Angeles, California - Anime Expo®, the nation¹s largest
anime/manga convention, serves to foster trade, commerce and the interests
of the general public and animation/ comics industry. This event serves as a
key meeting place for the general public to express their interest and
explore various aspects of anime/manga, as well as for members of the
industry to conduct business. AX 2009 will be held July 2 ­ July 5, 2009 at
the Los Angeles Convention Center in Southern California. More information
can be found at its website (

About Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation
The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) is a non-profit
organization with a mission to popularize and educate the American public
about anime and manga, as well as provide a forum to facilitate
communication between professionals and fans. This organization is more
popularly known by its entertainment property ­ Anime Expo®. More
information can be found at its website ( <>

The statements made in this press release that are not historical facts are
"forward-looking statements." These forward-looking statements are based on
current expectations and assumptions that are subject to risks and
uncertainties. The Company cautions readers of this press release that a
number of important factors could cause Anime Expo®/SPJA¹s actual future
results to differ materially from those expressed in any such
forward-looking statements. Such factors include, without limitation,
product delays, industry competition, rapid changes in technology and
industry standards, protection of proprietary rights, maintenance of
relationships with key personnel, vendors and third-party developers,
international economic and political conditions. The Company may change its
intention, belief or expectation, at any time and without notice, based upon
any changes in such factors, in the Company's assumptions or otherwise. The
Company undertakes no obligation to release publicly any revisions to any
forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date
hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.

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San Francisco, CA, JUNE 4, 2009 – VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry’s most innovative and comprehensive publishing, animation and licensing companies, is previewing nine new manga series covering a variety of genres set to debut throughout the Third Quarter of 2009.

The upcoming releases feature titles that will appeal to a wide range of readers ranging from mature adult fans to adolescents, tweens and kids. New romantic debuts from the popular SHOJO BEAT imprint include Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, and BLACK BIRD, while new science fiction/fantasy manga releases will feature Ôoku: THE INNER CHAMBERS, Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee, WāqWāq and CHILDREN OF THE SEA. A special trio of all-ages titles includes CHOCO MIMI, the first VIZ Kids manga series aimed specifically at young female readers, fun reptilian adventures with DINOSAUR KING, and the official film comic from the forthcoming Studio Ghibli film, PONYO, set to debut later this summer from famed director Hayao Miyazaki.

New Science Fiction/Fantasy Titles Include: 

Ôoku: The Inner ChamberS, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘M’ for Mature Audiences · MSRP: $12.99 US / $15.00 CAN · Available August 18

In Edo period Japan, a strange new disease called the Redface Pox has begun to prey on the country’s men. Within eighty years of the first outbreak, the male population has fallen to a quarter of the total female population. Women have taken on all the roles traditionally granted to men, even that of the Shogun. The men, precious providers of life, are carefully protected, and the most beautiful of the men are sent to serve in the Shogun’s Inner Chambers.

Ôoku: THE INNER CHAMBERS was created by Fumi Yoshinaga and won a special prize at the Japanese Association of Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy’s 5th Sense of Gender Awards in 2005. Yoshinaga has won numerous other prestigious awards for her work, including the 2002 Kodansha Manga Award for her series ANTIQUE BAKERY and the 2006 Japan Media Arts Festival Excellence Award for Ôoku. She was also was nominated for the 11th and a winner of the 12th Osamu Tezuka Award also for Ôoku, and also nominated as Best Writer/Artist for the 2008 Eisner Awards.

 Announced at 2009 Book Expo last week, ÔOKU: THE INNER CHAMBERS was chosen as one of the Hot Fall Graphic Novels for Libraries.

children of the sea, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘T+’ for Older Teens ·

MSRP: $14.99 US / $17.50 CAN · Available July 21

When Ruka was young, she once saw a ghost in the water at the aquarium where her dad works. Now she feels inexplicably drawn toward the aquarium and the two mysterious boys she meets there, Umi and Sora, who both have the ability to breathe underwater. They were raised by dugongs and hear the same strange calls from the sea that she does. Ruka’s dad and the other adults who work at the aquarium are only distantly aware of what the children are experiencing as they get caught up in the mystery of the worldwide disappearance of the ocean’s fish.

CHILDREN OF THE SEA was created by award-winning artist Daisuke Igarashi. His series, WITCHES received the Excellence Prize at the 2004 Japan Media Arts Festival while LITTLE FOREST was nominated for the 2005 Ozamu Tezuka Cultural Award. CHILDREN OF THE SEA is currently serialized in IKKI magazine, which has established itself as the home of some of the most innovative, bold, and compelling series in the world of contemporary manga. VIZ Media’s VIZ Signature imprint and IKKI magazine have partnered to bring free previews of CHILDREN OF THE SEA and other stories to North American fans via a new web site at


WāqWāq, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘T’ for Teens · MSRP: $7.99 US / $9.50 CAN · Available August 4

Living in constant fear of attack from machines, mankind depends on the cyborg Protector corps known as the Guardians to keep them from harm as they await the arrival of the Kami, a godlike savior with mythical red blood. One day, Shio, who is the son of a Guardian, finds a red-blooded girl! Could she be the Kami they've been waiting for?

WāqWāq is a new science fiction series by Ryu Fujisaki, who also created the mythology-based manga series HOSHIN ENGI. WāqWāq and HOSHIN ENGI both originally debuted in Japan’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine and Fujisaki has also been nominated for the prestigious Osamu Tezuka Manga Award.


Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘T’ for Teens ·

MSRP: $7.95 US / $9.50 CAN · Available September 1

In Amberground, a dangerous terrain where a man-made star casts a permanent twilight, young Lag Seeing aspires to become a Letter Bee, a postman entrusted to deliver the hearts of people separated from the ones they love.

 Tegami Bachi: THE LETTER BEE features detailed and lush artwork by creator Hiroyuki Asada that brings to life a fantastic alternate world filled with innovative “steampunk” technology and imagery. The new series will further be highlighted in VIZ Media’s SHONEN JUMP magazine this summer.

 Announced at 2009 Book Expo last week, TEGAMI BACHI: LETTER BEE was recently chosen as one of the Hot Fall Graphic Novels for Libraries.


New SHOJO BEAT Titles Include:

 Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘T’ for Teens ·

MSRP: $8.99 US / $10.50 CAN · Available August 4

Sawako Kuronuma is the perfect heroine – for a horror movie! With her jet-black hair, sinister smile and silent demeanor, she’s often mistaken for the haunting movie character Sadako. But behind her scary façade is a very misunderstood teenager. Too shy to fit in, all she wants to do is make some friends. But when the most popular boy in class befriends her, she's sure to make more than just that--she's about to make some enemies too!

 KIMI NI TODOKE: FROM ME TO YOU was created by Karuho Shiina who was born and raised in Hokkaido, Japan. Though KIMI NI TODOKE is only her second series following many one-shot stories, it has already racked up accolades from various "Best Manga of the Year" lists. Winner of the 2008 Kodansha Manga Award for the shojo category, KIMI NI TODOKE also placed fifth in the first-ever Manga Taisho (Cartoon Grand Prize) contest in 2008. An animated series is also in production in Japan. Bonus stickers are included in limited editions of Vol. 1.

Announced at 2009 Book Expo last week, KIMI NI TODOKE: FROM ME TO YOU was recently chosen as one of the Hot Fall Graphic Novels for Libraries.


BLACK BIRD, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘T+’ for Older Teens ·

MSRP: $8.99 US / $10.50 CAN · Available August 4

There is a world of myth and magic that intersects ours, and only a special few can see it. Misao Harada is one such person, but she wants nothing to do with magical realms and just wants to have a normal high school life and maybe get a boyfriend. But all that changes one day when Misao is attacked by a demon. Her childhood friend Kyo suddenly returns to save her and tend to her cuts – with his tongue! It turns out Misao is the bride of prophecy, whose blood gives power to the demon clan who claims her. But most demons want to keep her power for themselves – by eating her! Now Misao is just trying to stay alive and trying to decide if she likes it when Kyo licks her wounds.

BLACK BIRD, winner of the Shogakukan Manga Award (2009) for Shojo, is the latest shojo series from Kanoko Sakurakoji. Sakurakoji’s debut title, Raibu ga Hanetara, was serialized in Bessatsu Shojo Comic magazine (currently called Betsucomi) in 2000. Her other shojo series, BACKSTAGE PRINCE, is also published domestically by VIZ Media.



PONYO FILM COMIC, Vols. 1-2 · Rated ‘A’ for All Ages ·

MSRP: $9.99 US / $11.50 CAN · Available August 4 ·

Vols. 3-4 Available September 1

From the Academy Award®-winning director and world-renowned Japanese animation legend Hayao Miyazaki comes PONYO, a story inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale “The Little Mermaid.” Already a box-office success in Japan, the story of a young and overeager goldfish named Ponyo (voiced by NOAH CYRUS) and her quest to become human features an outstanding roster of voice talent, including CATE BLANCHETT, MATT DAMON, TINA FEY, CLORIS LEACHMAN, LIAM NEESON, LILY TOMLIN, BETTY WHITE and FRANKIE JONAS as Sosuke, a young boy who befriends Ponyo. 

 The film from Walt Disney Studios will release on August 14, 2009. The official 4-volume film comics of PONYO re-tells the film’s story with vivid full-color frames.


New VIZ Kids Titles Include:

CHOCOMIMI, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘A’ for All Ages · MSRP: $7.99 US / $9.50 CAN · Available July 7

Meet Choco and Mimi, best friends in eighth grade. Choco is serious and reliable, while Mimi is silly and spoiled rotten--but they both have a flair for fashion! A new boy transfers into the girls' class, and he just might be Choco's type! Will a crush damage the girls' friendship?! Or will Mimi's crazy antics scare him away?


DINOSAUR KING, Vol. 1 · Rated ‘A’ for All Ages ·

MSRP: $7.99 US / $9.99 CAN · Available September 1

Max Taylor is obsessed with dinosaurs. He knows his Tapejara from his Pteradon and can find fossils better than a trained paleontologist. When he discovers a stone tablet that transports him to the age of dinosaurs, it’s a dream come true—until it becomes a nightmare. An evil genius named Dr. Z has enslaved the dinosaurs so he can use their hidden powers to take over the world! Now Max has to defeat Dr. Z and his Alpha Gang to save the ancient beasts and life as we know it.

DINOSAUR KING is the official manga tie-in for the top rated animated series seen on 4KIDS TV. The DINOSAUR KING property captivates millions of kids across North America and has spawned a variety of related video games and trading cards.

For a limited time Volume 1 will include an Upper Deck Dinosaur King trading card.


About VIZ Media, LLC

Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), is one of the most comprehensive and innovative companies in the field of manga (graphic novel) publishing, animation and entertainment licensing of Japanese content. Owned by three of Japan’s largest creators and licensors of manga and animation, Shueisha Inc., Shogakukan Inc., and Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions, Co., Ltd., VIZ Media is a leader in the publishing and distribution of Japanese manga for English speaking audiences in North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and South Africa and is a global ex-Asia licensor of Japanese manga and animation. The company offers an integrated product line including magazines such as SHONEN JUMP and SHOJO BEAT, graphic novels, and DVDs, and develops, markets, licenses, and distributes animated entertainment for audiences and consumers of all ages. Contact VIZ Media at 295 Bay Street, San Francisco, CA 94133; Phone (415) 546-7073; Fax (415) 546-7086; and web site at

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From NYAF And Kinokuniya, The NY Asian Film Festival, And TOKYOPOP


This is Peter Tatara, Programming Manager of the New York Anime Festival. Lance is currently on the West Coast for E3—or the after parties at E3. Whatever. When he gets back to NYC, he'll find I've sabotaged all his Nerf guns by just removing a single screw. Of course, he'll never figure out which screw. Anywho, let's talk news.

NYAF is proud to announce it's partnering with the New York Asian Film Festival and TOKYOPOP to celebrate Lolita Fashion Day at New York City's Kinokuniya Bookstore. Taking place Saturday, June 6 in celebration of International Lolita Day, Kinokuniya Bookstore, located at 1073 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan, will present a day-long series of activities highlighting the diverse world of cute, cool, elegant, and hip Lolita fashion in modern Japan.

Kinokuniya Lolita Fashion Day Events

Gothic & Lolita Bible Giveaway: Any customer who comes into Kinokuniya Bookstore at 1073 Avenue of the Americas on Saturday, June 6 can enter to win a selection of Lolita items from TOKYOPOP's Gothic & Lolita Bible. Items in the giveaway include Ergi black bloomers with bow trim, an Angelic Pretty long-sleeved black bolero jacket with bows and lace trim, an Angelic Pretty cotton sailor blouse with lace trim, an Angelic Pretty white wallet with bow, and a HN+nois lock and key necklace. The giveaway is located beside Kinokuniya's cashier, and winners will be drawn, contacted, and their prizes mailed the week of June 7th.

Cafe Zaiya Sweet Treats: Any customer who comes into Kinokuniya's Cafe Zaiya wearing Lolita fashion will receive a selection of complimentary sweets with their order.

Gothic & Lolita Bible Photoshoot: TOKYOPOP's Gothic & Lolita Bible and photographer Anna Fischer present a special Lolita photoshoot from 1-2 PM on Kinokuniya's second floor. Photographs taken at Lolita Fashion Day will appear on Come by Kinokuniya during this photoshoot to have your fashion and smile on display for Lolitas across the USA.

New York Asian Film Festival Preview: Join Subway Cinema's Marc Walkow from 3-4 PM as he previews this summer's New York Asian Film Festival (June 19 - July 5), the eighth edition of what The New York Times called "one of the city's most valuable events" and what The Village Voice proclaimed to be a "super-freaky mega-mix of art house and grindhouse." Learn first-hand about the festival's most exciting Japanese (and other) cinematic offerings and watch selected trailers and clips from some of the films, such as 20TH CENTURY BOYS, PRIDE, THE MAGIC HOUR, ANTIQUE, LOVE EXPOSURE, and more. You'll also hear about the festival's many guests and special events and be able to pick up screening schedules and festival postcards.

Kinokuniya Bookstore, the New York Anime Festival, the New York Asian Film Festival, and TOKYOPOP invite anime fans, Lolitas, and New Yorkers up for an unforgettable experience to come out to Kinokuniya's Lolita Fashion Day on Saturday, June 6!

Spin On! 

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Hey guys its ME!!!!! "NERXUAL THE GREAT NOOB of ANIMEVICE!!!!"

The reason I'm shouting (I have got to stop doing that! D:<) is because I'M MAKING A RP!!!!!!!!!! (role-play I'M STILL DOING IT!!!!) The only thing getting in the way is..........
I don't have characters' ;.; but that's when YOU GUYS COME IN!!!!!! First few people who say "I WANT THE JOB!!!!!" gets to be in it!!!!! AND THEY CAN PICK A CHOICE OF NAMES I GIVE THEM!!!!!!!!


Darn it I did it again! O.o
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When I think of Moe usually one character comes to mind.. Moena Shinguuji of the Angel Blade series. She is fairly small and petite and very very cute and shy you just want to snuggle her. If you take out the "NA" out of her name it spells "Moe"
She is the prototype for Moe Characters in my mind:)

You go Moena!;)
You go Moena!;)

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[C] The Money of Soul and Possibility Control
Ghost in the Shell SAC
Ghost in the Shell SAC 2nd GIG
Dragon Ball Z
Death Note
Dragon Ball GT
Elfen Lied
Vampire Knight
Vampire Knight Guilty
Darker then Black
Afro Samurai
Outlaw Star
Samurai Champloo
Cowboy Beobop 
Tri Gun
AMV Hell
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya  2006
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya  2009    
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R1   
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 
Azumanga Daioh  
Tengan Toppa Gurren Lagann    
Darker than Black - Ryuusei no Gemini 
Halo Legends
Soul Eater 
Ghost Stories 
Full Metal Alchemist 
Girls Bravo
Agent Aika 
AIKa  R-16: Virgin Mission
AIKa: Zero 
Highschool of the Dead
Dance in the Vampire Bund  
Supernatural the Animation  
Lucky ☆  Star
Demon King Daimao
Yumekui Merry
Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu
Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu: Matsuri
Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu Ni!
Mirai Nikki 
Nyan Koi! 
Puella Magi Madoka Magica

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
Summer Wars
Cowboy Beobop Knocking on Heavens Door
Blood the Last Vampire
Afro Samuria Resurection
All Dragon Ball Z Movies 1 - 15
Ghost in the Shell
Ghost in the Shell 2 Innocence
Ghost in the Shell Solid State Society 
All Dragonball Movies 1 - 4
Dead Space Downfall
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
The End of Evangelion/Death and Rebirth 2   
Dante’s Inferno  
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shambala
5 Centimeters Per Second 
Sword of the Stranger
Black★Rock Shooter
Mandatory Network

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