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Postby Ginji-kun » Sun Jun 14, 2009 12:15 pm

bankai_shinigami wrote:
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Djm wrote:Is there any kind of theme in mind, or can we just suggest anything?


I was thinking of making the Theme Live action. How does this sound?


Sounds really good! I like the idea. If you could look into showing Moon Child on that night, you may get some people interested in watching. If you need a copy, I can give you one.


I've had more than one person suggestion Moon Child to me. I really need to give it a watch. I'd be more than happy to screen it though.
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Re: Thursday Night Anime

Postby Ompmovies » Tue Nov 01, 2011 4:06 am

Why would anyone want to watch anime at a convention? Lol, you can do that anytime.

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Re: Thursday Night Anime

Postby EdrickV » Tue Nov 01, 2011 6:36 am

Ompmovies wrote:Why would anyone want to watch anime at a convention? Lol, you can do that anytime.


Only if you have access to that particular Anime. And even then, I personally don't have a screen that big. I used to go to Anime showings all the time, was a good way to find new Anime to get. Of course, those weren't showings of the entire show/season, and weren't licensed Anime. (So I got to see some of Slayers before it came out here, back in the VHS copy of a copy of a copy fansub days.)

I started watching Slayers: Revolution last year, but left when the PS3 choked on a specific episode that ended up getting skipped over. The next day I was able to buy it in the Dealer's Room so I could finish watching it at home. :) I had watched the preceding seasons before going to the convention, since I did have them. Still need to get the following season and the movies though.
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Re: Thursday Night Anime

Postby Noah » Tue Mar 06, 2012 11:31 pm

Guessing it'll be like old school Toonami?

Sounds fun.

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Re: Thursday Night Anime

Postby Ginji-kun » Tue Mar 20, 2012 5:28 pm

Ompmovies wrote:Why would anyone want to watch anime at a convention? Lol, you can do that anytime.


For the group experience of watching it with other people. Their is nothing like watching a good show with a bunch of others in the room. Its a very unifying experience.
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