Got a talent for video editing? A passion for chopping together your own fan-made videos of your favorite anime? Want to show off your awesome video for an audience? Enter our AMV contest and submit your best anime fan-vid for a chance to win fun prizes! Deadline is 10th August 2012.
In the 80’s, Ms. Hawkes played Baby Hugs and Shrieky in the original Care Bears series. In 1990, she played Wendy Masters on the soap opera, “General Hospital.” Soon after, she was cast as the second voice actress to play Serena / Sailor Moon in the DiC dub of the series. Her episodes began around Neflite’s start and continued until the end of Sailor Moon ‘R’ and also through the 3 movies. Post Sailor Moon, she played Franny on the Canadian/Australian co-production: “John Callahan’s Quads.” Quads can still be seen periodically on Teletoon late-night. She also starred in another YTV series called “Flying Rhino Junior High,” both as Lydia and acting as the Voice Director. She is also well known as the voice of the lead in “Princess Sissi.” Terri will be taking part in the Sailor Moon 20th Anniversary Special Panel at AR, reuniting with fellow cast mates, Vincent Corazza (Tuxedo Mask), Katie Griffin (Sailor Mars), Susan Roman (Sailor Jupiter), Ron Rubin (Artemis) and Sugar Lyn Beard (Sailor Mini Moon).
A week ago, we wrapped up our Caption This! for SenMei Contest on Facebook and out of 10 contest entries, Elly Tseng managed to get over 30 votes! Congratulations! Elly gets a 3-day pass to Anime Revolution 2012 and a $60 voucher from our sponsor, miccostumes.com. Also, be on the lookout for her caption “Join the Revolution” on one of our AR T-Shirt designs! To see the other contestant entries, click here
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The Powell Street Festival Society and Pacific Cinémathèque are pleased to present the fourth edition of Kibatsu Cinema, a celebration of the odd and the eccentric in Japanese pop culture and contemporary Japanese film.
————— SCREENINGS JUNE 7-28, 2012 ——————————— Thursday, June 7 @ 7:00pm:Girl Sparks From dynamic, up-and-coming young director Yuya Ishii, this film is light-hearted and personal, realistic and fantastic. (VANCOUVER PREMIERE!) Thursday, June 7 @ 8:50pm:Battle League Horumo An adaptation of the best-selling fantasy novel by Manabu Makime, a phenomenon among the young and picky readers of Japan. (VANCOUVER PREMIERE!) Continue reading…
Congratulations to our fourth winner of Artist of the Week! We are glad to announce that our winner this week is Zephos! You can check out more of their amazing work online on their website, facebook and twitter accounts linked to bellow. We look forward to seeing all this talent at the convention!
Artist’s Comment: 1/4 cup milk, 2 tbsp butter, 3/4 cup sifted flour, 1 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp salt, 3/4 cup granulated sugar, 1 giant killer mutant snail egg with headphones firmly attached.