Just my ordinary, but insightful experience at this year’s Anime NYC convention (2019).
This is a review on my experience attending Anime NYC 2019 at the Jacob Javits Center. If you would like to read about my less than stellar experience last year, click here for my Anime NYC 2018 review.
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The fall anime season doesn’t have as many heavy hitters as years past, but it still looks promising nonetheless!
With anime convention season almost around the corner, why not brush up on your foreign language skills? In this post we take a look at easy to read Japanese manga that will help boost vocabulary comprehension (kanji, katakana, and hiragana), grammar, and cultural understanding all from the comfort of your own home.
The warm rays of spring are almost upon us in America which means one thing: convention season is almost here!
Whether you’ve been neglecting your studies or have yet begun, this is a post for anyone who would like to study and improve their Japanese using manga. This takes into account that you have already taken formal classes while learning grammatical rules, the three writing systems of hiragana, katakana and kanji, and have the ability to formulate basic sentences.
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Is Anime NYC worth it? Read about my strange experience and let’s find out.
I’ve been waiting for this.
After the rather lacking experience of Anime Fest @ NYCC, I was ready to shake it off and be surrounded by nothing but fandom.
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A list compiled by Reddit and personal finds of freebies at NYCC this year.
In no particular order or booth numbers because that is essentially how the con rolled this year…
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