A many anime fans have dreamt of lending their voice to an onscreen character. Oft times, I have attended conventions where a voice actor contest signup sheet was completely filled minutes after the showroom floor opened. How do these people act so fast? I always wondered before shrugging off to look at overpriced Black Butler wall scrolls. Well, now here is your chance but there is the catch: you have to be a singer.
Wow, has it really been over a year since Yuri!!! On Ice first aired? It feels like just yesterday when I was huddled around my laptop with my headphones in curled up on the sofa cheering for Yuri and wishing I had some katsudon. Do you dream of curling up surrounded by characters from Yuri on Ice and Sanrio? Read on to find out where to go in Japan to make your dreams come true!
We are getting more Natsume Yuujinchou this year!
There is something about enjoying your hobbies and passions with a group of like-minded individuals. Conventions are great for this, but cinema is even better. The raw emotion charges the air, and you become even more invested in the stories being shown on screen. I assume this is why people love things like Broadway (I say people because I just can’t handle musicals unless it’s Disney). In the past few years, New York has upped its anime game. Theatres now offer animated films, show anime season marathons and even film festivals (The Complete Studio Ghibli Fest at the IFC Center and countless others). If you like Cowboy Bebop and would like to see it in theatres, read on –