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What Otakon and the Baltimore Convention Center Do Right and Why Cons and Con-goers Should Listen Up


With the 2013 convention season coming to a close, it’s time to start considering your 2014 convention plans.

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Gender Equality and Women’s Liberation in Programming at Otakon and New York Comic Con


Programming that focuses on women’s liberation has been showing up little by little at geek conventions. Let’s explore the trend; it’s farther along than you might think.

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Ruroni Kenshin Live Action Movie Review: Crying Tears of Manly Joy


The Kenshin movie is the best anime adaptation I’ve ever seen, and it’s one you don’t want to miss, because it will renew your faith in film as well as bring your favorite tragic samurai to life.

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A Review of Neon Genesis Evangelion 3.0: You Can (not) Redo


You really can’t redo this, but could you please?

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Otakon 2013: A Brief Overview and Taste of What’s to Come


Otakon is over but the East Coast’s largest anime-only convention was in full swing this year from the very start.

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Rain, Snow, Sun, and Sincerity: Wolf Children Dub Review


Director Mamoru Hosada (Summer Wars, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time) together with Studios Chizu and Madhouse brings us a brand new film of highest caliber, Wolf Children.

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The Future is Now: Anime Mirai Review


If you ever get a chance to see any Anime Mirai showings, they’re sure to be the best of the best of Japanese animation, and some of the only anime examples of that fine art known as the animated short.

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