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No nudity or kissing or anythign... but anime males in swimsuits...
Arion wrote:I'm planning on doing a Kickstarter campaign to print a comic that is going to include some of my stories in color (previously printed in black and white), but I get this in Kickstarter:
Am I eligible to start a Kickstarter project? According to Kickstarter, not so much:
US creators must be permanent US residents at least 18 years of age with a social security number (or EIN), a US bank account, US address, US state-issued ID (driver’s license), and major US credit or debit card.
Well that sucks. I had no idea it was a USA thing only.
EDIT: Oh wait, it says "US creators". Is there an international section?
EDIT2: Well they list UK but "We’re working hard to open up to more countries. If you’ve been waiting, we really appreciate your patience."
I'll try to convince someone to create an account and then let me use it.
Yeah, I have Cartoon Network, and I'd love to see Evangelion again but I'm not sure if I'll be home at the right hours.
The website for Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump magazine began streaming the first episode of the Cyclops Shōjo Saipū web anime on Monday. The episode introduces "Saipū," a middle school girl nicknamed after the one-eyed Cyclops giants in Greek myths due to her ungainly height and hairstyle. The episode plays out in a series of short gags where Saipū (Mai Nakahara) expresses her adoration for her big brother.
The official website for Shueisha's Bessatsu Margaret magazine has announced that Boys Over Flowers (Hana Yori Dango) creator Yoko Kamio is launching the Ibara no Kanmuri (Crown of Thorns) manga in the magazine's May issue on April 13. The manga centers on a girl named Nobara who has a secret that she cannot tell a certain person.
Leading up to March 30th's Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods anime movie, Japan's Mini Stop convenience stores are offering a menu of DBZ food items, including the likes of Majin Buu milk pudding, Kuririn melon bread, pizza flavored “genki tama” and, best of all, Super Saiyan "hair" fries.
NHK aired the first anime of its newest anime project titled "Otona Joshi No Anime Time" (literal translation: Anime Time For Adult Females) for females who are older than normal anime target audiences.
Have you noticed Japanese people love silly dances? Here is a new one from famous mangaka, Shiriagari Kotobuki, who came up with this simple animation called "Yuru-mation" ("Yurui" means loose in Japanese) and this video is actually educational, if you want to memorize all 15 Tokugawa Shogun for your Japanese History exam.
This year's 16th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is revealing the title, release date, and the first piece of key visual art from the second Gintama feature film on Monday. Gekijōban Gintama Kanketsu-hen: Yorozuya yo Eien Nare (Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya) will open throughout Japan on July 6.
Media Factory posted a trailer to its official YouTube channel on Wednesday for the upcoming film version of the Hana Kappa kids' television anime, Eiga Hana Kappa Hana-sake! Pakkaan Chō no Kuni no Daibōken. The trailer features the theme song "Lien" by Every Little Thing, and introduces guest voices Makiko Esumi as Helena, queen of the land of butterflies, and Nahomi Matsushima as Konoha, the queen's training official. The film will open on April 12, and the hour-long film will play with a singalong piece, Hana Kappa Musical Pan to Gohan Dochi Nano!?.
sdsichero wrote:For Herald
Queen's Blade: Vanquished Queens Anime's 2nd Promo Streamed
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