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    Barbican Animate The World Festival...

    This falls over this weekend and the weekend of the London Expo - They'll be showing Pom Poko and Steamboy (probably dub) on the 27th which may interest some people. It might have been covered in another thread, but I thought it was worth a mention. http://www.barbican.org.uk/animate/whats-on
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    Why Pom Poko doesn't suck...

    Pom Poko (Heisei tanuki gassen pompoko) has received a pretty harsh review on this site – which is fair enough, I’m not arguing – I just feel that those poor Raccoons need to be defended. So if you were debating whether or not to make a purchase on this wonderful Ghibli title, or if it had...
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    London Meet Success

    I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed my day yesterday. It was great to meet the people from the forum, and to now be able to put faces to names. Everyone seemed really friendly and open to discussion, and it was really refreshing to be able to talk to people about anime and for them to...
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    Where do you buy your manga?

    So where does everyone buy from? I use the Amazon market place, which works out at about £6 a book with postage, but it depends on the specific title. Does everyone buy over the net, or do you have a decent bookshop near where you live? Occasionally, when I’m in London I find three for two...
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    Escaflowne?

    I finished the T.V. series and the movie (which didn't really connect together too well) a few days ago and was wondering if the manga was any different. If anyone who has read it could tell me about it then that would be nice. One thing I was hoping for was more depth given to the ending...
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    Howl's Moving Castle is moving on...

    I know this has probably been covered in another thread over and over, but if you haven't seen the magical Howl's Moving Castle at the big screen yet, you have to get your finger out, because it won't be showing for a lot longer. After the anime expo yestaerday me, my brother and teacher went...
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    Hi...

    Hi there, my name is Rob. I'm an 18 year-old student from High Wycombe. Hope you don't mind if I just hang around and post a bit. I love all things to do with Japanese and Chinese culture and I like nothing better than curling up with a bowl of porridge and a great anime series for the evening.
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