Posts Tagged ‘Anime Club’
The plan for tomorrow night’s Anime Club is what we like to refer to as Food Night. This time around we’ll be featuring a couple of last year’s FN activities like the ramen noodle eating contest and we’ll most certainly have a chopsticks race of some sort. New for this year, we’ll be making our own candy sushi, and showing off a few select dishes pulled from The Manga Cookbook.
The Manga Cookbook, one of our newer YA non-fiction books, is full of great recipes and ideas for all the hungry manga lovers out there. It even has instructional tidbits on how to properly use chopsticks, and set the table in a traditional Japanese fashion, not to mention a list of some the more uncommon ingredients and tips on where to find them.
I’m wondering if Naruto Rolls go well with Ramune? Guess there’s only one way to find out…
Tomorrow night. 5:30. Fairmount Library.
September is just around the corner and that means our regular teen programs will be starting back up again. Yay! The line up for this year is as follows:
1st Tuesday of the month–Anime Club
2nd Tuesday of the month–TVC (Teen Volunteer Council & Gaming)
3rd Tuesday of the month–Ultimate Card Gaming (Magic/YuGiOh/…)
4th Tuesday of the month–Teen Tech Lab
EVERY Wednesday–Get Your Game On (free play video gaming)
Anime Club starts this Tuesday, September 1st, at the Fairmount St. library from 5:30-7:30. Don’t miss the first meeting and your chance to help plan the club’s activities for the season. Do we need a logo? Will you draw it? Should we have officers? Or just go with the flow? How about another chopsticks/M&Ms race and ramen noodle eating contest? (yes please)
Plus, we have big announcements concerning this year’s Anime Fest which will be held at the Figge Art Museum in October. Art contest anyone? Do we have cosplayers in the house? Stay tuned to tomorrow’s post for all the juicy deets.
At Anime Club tomorrow night we’ll be making ears and tails to go with the furry gloves we made a few months ago. You won’t want to miss out on all the furry fun to be had! Fairmount St. Library 5:30—Be there!
Look What We’ve got at the Fairmount St. Library now: Otaku USA Magazine!
If you’re an Anime/Manga fan then you’re in for a treat. You can now check out one of the hottest magazines around from the Fairmount St. Library. And if it’s not on the shelf when you go looking, you can always place a reserve on it and we’ll notify you when it comes in. Pretty simple. Pretty cool. Want to know more about Otaku USA? Check out the following details pulled from their website:
Otaku USA Magazine
Otaku USA is a thick, full-color magazine featuring comprehensive yet ultra-creative coverage of manga, anime, videogames and Japanese pop culture written from an American point of view. Published by Sovereign Media, the people who launched SCI FI, the official magazine of the Sci Fi channel, Otaku USA calls on Sovereign’s knowledge of the passionate nich media marrketplace. Each issue of Otaku USA will be filled with coverage of the hottest new Manga, Anime releases, computer and board games, along with all the latest pop culture trnds and happenings right now in Japan.
Otaku USA also publishes 32 pages of the hottest manga previews and sample chapters from the top publishers, plus a full color, 2-sided oversize poster. Plus, every issue comes with an online entry code allowing you to access 2-3 full-length anime episodes, plus anime and game trailers, game demos, previews, and more! Each issue is over 150 pages, oversized at 9″ x 10 7/8″, glossy, big, brash, and colorful!
Because Otaku USA is an independant US magazine, not a licensed product owned by those with an vested interest in a particular line of comics, anime, manga, games or movies, it presents the American with objective coverage. Otaku USA has the freedom to publish what’s hot in America regardless of the publisher or producer.
WEB OTAKU USA (http://www.webotakuusa.com) is the online component of Otaku USA magazine, and is the perfect compliment to the magazine.
WEB OTAKU provides in-depth coverage by expanding on stories in the magazine, along with daily updates of what’s hot in Japanese pop culture, additional manga chapters, game coverage, interviews with artists and writers too extensive to fit in print pages, writing contests, drawing contests, web-only reviews and tips, reader forums and an online community program, bringing an immediacy to the market that has never before been seen.
Otaku USA is a true hybrid, an entity larger than any one medium.
***Also, DPL’s Anime Club is tomorrow night at the Fairmount St. Library starting at 5:30. Last month we made furry gloves. This time around it’s ears and tails! Don’t miss it.
Do you really?
Well, if you really, really, really do then I expect to see you at Anime Club tomorrow night! Anime Club takes place at the Fairmount St. Library from 5:30-7:30. We plan to have a mini-cosplay workshop and preview another new DVD called Mushi-shi from Funimation. Here’s the title description pulled from their website:
Neither good nor evil. They are life in its purest form. Vulgar and strange, they have inspired fear in humans since the dawn of time and have over the ages come over to be known as “mushi”.
The essence of the natural world is personified by ancient, natural forces called “mushi” that influence the lives of people for reasons yet unknown. Ginko, a traveling Mushi-Shi or “Mushi Master” who seeks rare mushi sightings, uses his shaman-like knowledge of the mushi to help the affected people come to terms with their mushi afflictions.
At the 2006 Japanese Media Arts Festival, both the Mushi-Shi anime and manga were ranked in the top 10 anime and manga series of all time.
For more about the characters and the show, go to www.funimation.com/mushishi/
Anime Club is tonight @ 5:30 at the Fairmount St. Library. Tonight we will be playing Anime Trivia! Also, we will be previewing a new DVD from Operation Anime called Ghost Hunt. Check out this description from their website:
The dead have something to say…
The appeal of the unknown is undeniable and freshman Mai Taniyama is hooked. This fact, coupled with her burgeoning psychic powers, leads Mai to join the ranks of the Shibuya Psychic Research team. Led by enigmatic Kazuya “Naru” Shibuya, she works alongside a spirit medium and a shrine maiden, an exorcist and a monk to uncover the darkest mysteries of the unseen. Using state of the art technology and their respective spiritual gifts, evil is confronted and vanquished time and again.
Death is temporary and far worse fates await those which meet a harsh end. From the trembling walls of a haunted school to the bottom of a well that beckons to dead children, the horrors of reality unfold.
For more about the characters and the show, go to www.funimation.com/ghosthunt
Hope you can make it!
Okay, so we haven’t had all that much snow yet…but…in the event that we get a good dumping or two, you can bet I’ll have the Anime Club creating snow sculptures of their favorite characters like this one:
In the meantime, join us for some indoor fun at DPL’s Anime Club. The next meeting is tomorrow night! It sure is nice, cozy, warm, and usually dry inside the Fairmount Library, especially next to the fireplace. If you get here early you can always grab a graphic novel and thaw out library-style. Anime Club starts at 5:30. This time around we’ll have all the fixings for more Shrinky Dink adventures. Oh, and here are a few cool key chains and magnets that the teens created at last month’s meeting: