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The August 2014 Line-Up

August 31, 2014

narutaki_icon_4040 A little bit of everything this month. It is nice to see Crunchyroll consistently adding new manga to their catalog.

hisui_icon_4040 Yen Press is really being aggressive about these light novel licenses. I like some of their titles but I’m wondering if their ambition outweighs what the market can currently handle.

The Line-Up is a monthly rundown of new anime, manga, light novel, artbook licenses, streaming/broadcasting announcements, crowdfunding projects, anime/manga projects, and live-action anime/manga adaptions.

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The July 2014 Line-Up

July 31, 2014

narutaki_icon_4040 Whoawhoa! It is definitely con season looking at the licensing list! But I’m particularly excited about a Magic Kaito TV anime series!

hisui_icon_4040 Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches! Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches! Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches!

The Line-Up is a monthly rundown of new anime, manga, light novel, artbook licenses, streaming/broadcasting announcements, crowdfunding projects, anime/manga projects, and live-action anime/manga adaptions.

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BEST 10 TIPS! Otakon Survival Guide Edition

July 30, 2014

hisui_icon_4040 Otakon is right around the corner and for some of our East Coast readers this might be the first time they are going to a something other than their local convention. If that is the case I put together a video of the top ten ABSOLUTELY VITAL pieces of con survival that will help anyone. Even if you are a veteran con goer you might not know some of these pro tips that will let of maximize your con going experience!

BEST 10 TIPS!
Otakon Survival Guide Edition

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The Speakeasy #055: GTO, So You Want to Run a Panel

July 28, 2014
Drink #055: GTO
So You Want to Run a Panel

We talk in-depth about panel preparations thanks to us being fully immersed in our own panels for upcoming Otakon 2014. We tackle the topic from many angles starting with the decision to run a panel, then on to submitting to a convention, then of course to the intense creation of the presentation. At the end, we also talk about troubleshooting and worst case scenarios. We hope this will be a helpful guide, but we are still learning a lot about doing panels ourselves!

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And now your helpful bartenders at The Speakeasy present your drink:

GTO

  • 1 oz vodka
  • 1 oz rum
  • 1 oz gin
  • 1 oz Southern Comfort® peach liqueur
  • 4 oz orange juice
  • 1 oz amaretto almond liqueur
  • 1 oz grenadine syrup

Mix all ingredients in tin over ice. Strain into shot glasses and enjoy!

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