Plez can you go on to my blog!!!!!!!!!!!!
@ 10/04/2013 – 14:43:01
@ 23/07/2012 – 04:23:27
So yeah only just stumbled across this today as I'm a new member of the site completely, and I was glad to see that this was here, but it seems like there hasn't been a lot of posting recently so i was hoping to start a discussion.
What is your favourite anime that you are watching right now?
and also, what so far that you have seen has been your favourite anime film?
I've been re-watching code geass : lelouch of the rebellion over the past few days, and right now it's my favourite, rather than one of my long time airing ones such as naruto, or bleach.
And as for my film it has to be one of the works of studio ghibli, but the old stuff such as nausicaa and lupin III.
Hope at least someone replies lol.
@ 28/03/2012 – 16:14:50
it is good to find people of the same interests out the on the internet i hope to learn of more anime i will start be telling of one of my own oreimo
@ 14/12/2011 – 15:43:06
Have you seen a long-run animated series called Precure?
It is a cute anime especially for girls, and lots of products
(such as toys, beautiful cards, books, dvds and cds) of this anime
are sold in Japan. The show is so successful that every year its
film version is produced in Japan.
At the moment Suite Precure is broadcast on Sundays, and the theme
of this Precure concerns music. All the main characters are named
somehow musical names like Cure Melody, Cure Rhythm, Cure Beat, and the
like. You can continually see their pictures even on lots of magazines for
girls which are published monthly. The story is now coming at the end,
but a new Precure series waits for us next February in Japan.
Above is a Precure card of Suite Precure (in the Christmas tree),
with which you can play a 'Precure dance' game machine placed in many
general merchandise stores.
@ 16/09/2011 – 17:47:23
of come on i am sick of just posting here myself , this is a group and not a "me-camp" . you guys are members so you should also post something . you people joined because you like anime and stuff so just write about it , i don't give a damn abut if its good or not just say what you like .............
@ 04/08/2011 – 14:50:33
sorry guys i wasn't here for like forever .i was kinda doing this soul searching thing like the movie stuff , but i guess i am back . i wish you alt can forgive me and lets try to make this group a little better then before . i have took of the lock from the post settings and now e all can share what-so-ever we think
@ 24/08/2010 – 17:50:16
Japanese Anime Films showcasing at Ottawa International Animation Festival
“Time Out of Mind” Special Screening October 20 to 24, 2010
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is paying tribute to Japan’s best animators by showcasing a collection of their famous works. “Time Out of Mind,” which is featuring at the OIAF from October 20 to 24, 2010, is an extensive four-part program that takes a look at some of the best independent Japanese animation films. Films such as Broken Down Film and Jumping by Astro Boy and comic-legend Osamu Tezuka will be featured as well as other Japanese animation films.
The “Time Out of Mind” four-part program:
· War and Peace: The Genius of Osamu Tezuka;
· You need to be alone sometimes: Private struggles of Japanese Indies (Part 1 & Part 2), a survey of contemporary Indie Japanese films; and
· Handsoaps and Fools: the films of Atsushi Wada and Kei Oyama.
A few highlights of the films in "Time Out of Mind":
· Academy-Award nominated, Mt. Head, by Koji Yamamura;
· Award-Winning, The Magic Ballad by Tadanari Okamoto;
· Demon, by Kihachirō Kawamoto; and
· LOVE by widely known Japanese Indie-Animation godfather, Yoji Kuri.
More than 27,000 film buffs, art lovers, producers, and animation fans are expected to attend the OIAF, the largest animation event in North America.
For a complete list of animation films or for more information, visit: www.animationfestival.ca.
@ 31/05/2010 – 18:44:42
I mentioned the word reigning because my favourite anime keeps changing from time to time. I know that there are some of you who feel the same way. So just go ahead and mention what your current favourite anime is. Well those who feel the same way as i do please bother to mention why you feel that your current favourite one is better than your X-favourite..
@ 26/03/2010 – 13:57:47
Hi everyone!=www= I've been busy working on both school work and writing these recent months, haven't been to here for a long time""" Yesterday was the last day for Gintama the anime broadcasting in Japan... Can't help feeling sad for this news... From the day that the production unit of Gintama anime announced that they would no longer broadcast the anime after 25 March, I cannot believe that such a hot series would be cut...... Got to know Gintama was in last year's July, throughout these 8 months, Gintama has been giving so much joy that it gives me motivation to overcome difficulties... Gintama gives me faith, that I recognise I have the ability to do sth; though sb criticize me, I know that it is not all the truth Gintama gives me hope, that I realise that sth good like Gintama is in life Gintama gives me love, that the stories in it is always filled with love; love as a family, love as a friend... Though I personally prefer the comic version of Gintama most, it is really a sad news to lose such a great enjoyment...
@ 07/03/2010 – 19:46:59
hi friends ,
we have already shared your first anime and favorite anime characters , so lets take this forward and share your favorite anime scene . i know there are more that one scene in your mind , i almost have a hundred of them , but lets just talk about tha one you are think about now ,
so let me go first , my fovorite scene is from my first anime cardcaptor sakura , the scene which i am thinking aboput now is of the final battle of season 3 in which sakura was fighting eriol and she has to change the remaining clow cards to sakura cards , that was really great ................now its your turn