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Things We Saw Around The Web #12

News about Orange, Aniplex, Anime NYC and more awesome finds we discovered this week!


Here are a few things we saw around the web and think you should check out!

Anime NYC Convention, Presented by Crunchyroll, to Launch in 2017

Things We Saw Around The Web #12: Anime NYC Convention, Presented by Crunchyroll, to Launch in 2017

A new convention will be debuting in New York City next year with the help of Crunchyroll! Anime NYC is a creation of LeftField Media, founded by Greg Topalian, the original creator of New York Comic Con, and Peter Tatara. This is the second anime convention in NYC besides Liberty City Comic Con.

Funimation & Crunchyroll Working Together to Bring You More!

Funimation and Crunchyroll are partnering up to create the greatest anime industry collaboration ever. “Simulcasts of those shows with English subtitles will be up on Crunchyroll, and Funimation will be creating Broadcast Dubs for many of these titles, available on FunimationNow just 2-4 weeks after each episode airs in Japan!”

The Importance of Aniplex’s Script Room

Things We Saw Around The Web #12: The Importance of Aniplex's Script Room
Monogatari Series 2nd Season

One of Yatta-Tachi’s articles was mentioned in this article, written by Callum from the Canipa Effect, regarding Aniplex’s announcement about Aniplex Script Room and its importance to the anime industry.

This is how Japan bids farewell to a beloved 40-year-old manga series

Things We Saw Around The Web #12: Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen Mae Hashutsujo ("This is the police station in front of Kameari Park in Katsushika Ward”)

Osamu Akimoto’s comedy manga series Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen Mae Hashutsujo (“This is the police station in front of Kameari Park in Katsushika Ward”) released its final installment in Japan on September 17th, after being continuously serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump for forty years. To celebrate, the station in the Tokyo locale where the story was set, Kameari, in Katsushika Ward, was decorated with characters and covers from the manga.


The official Twitter account for the Orange anime confirmed on Tuesday that the anime will end with a one-hour special. You can watch the series on Crunchyroll or read our thoughts of the show in our episodic reviews.


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