A popular topic that comes up in anime discussion is whether a show can garner mainstream success outside of the nation of Japan. In...
Boogiepop and Others, or Boogiepop wa Warawanai, will be getting a TV anime series this year from Madhouse. The announcement was made on Saturday at the Dengeki Game Festival during the Dengeki Bunko 25th Anniversary & New Work Unveiling Stage event. The anime release coincides with the 20th anniversary of the original light novel series. Two new manga series--Boogiepop vs. Imaginator and Boogiepop at Dawn--were also announced at the same event.
So your mom just bought you a shiny new iPod 5th Generation for your 18th birthday. This opens up a whole new world to you. Anime Everywhere™. The problem is you don't know how to get anime on your new iPod. You know it's possible, but every time you try to insert a DVD into the damn thing, it just doesn't work out the way you want it to. If you follow my four step tutorial, you'll be able to put so much anime on that iPod that you're going to need another one.
A friend of a friend volunteered me to work on the staff for Anime America 1995. As far as I remember, that was the only year that I worked at the convention. It was backed by lots of anime fans in the Bay area and looked like it would be a great event. My job was to help with pre-registration.