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Animefringe: May 2001

In this, the merry, merry month of May, Animefringe has some lovely springtime-ish summertime-ish kinda articles and stuff which we just know you'll find absolutely indispensable. In the spirit of the upcoming summer days, Animefringe presents a synopsis of Peach Girl, a story about a girl who has the ability to achieve the perfect tan and the social unrest it causes in her high school... For those of you that need yet another distraction from studying for those final exams, we have a look at Sakura Taisen 3 -- one of those games that makes even the most needed study time take a back seat. And if video gaming at home isn't enough for you, and you want to take the fun into the classroom and screw your future even more, why not do it in style with the brand-new Game Boy Advance? Jake has his GBA fully chanrged and we're not about to let him play any more Kuru Kuru Kururin until he tells us ALL about it. So for pete's sake, put down the math book! That stuff rots your mind!

Peach Girl: A Study in Teen Angst

Momo Adachi -- not your everyday girl. Cursed with a skin condition in a culture where pure skin is cherished, poor Momo has to juggle everything from dirty old men to backstabbing best friends to cute guys... not to mention her schoolwork! Animefringe takes you on a sneak preview into the hectic and adventurous pages of Miwa Ueda's teen manga series, now being brought stateside by TOKYOPOP.

By Adam "OMEGA" Arnold, Jake Forbes and Steve Diabo (Kaneda) - More...

Sakura Taisen 3 ~ Pari wa Moeteiruka ~

Ever wanted to date a female mech pilot? Or how about just wanted to know what to expect from how a guy acts? Or maybe you just want to watch some anime... Sakura Taisen has it all and will keep you coming back for more. So what's the deal with the latest Dreamcast sequal? The answer is just a click away.

By Ever Cheung - More...

Fanime 2001 - For Fans, By Fans

This past March had it's own share of Ani-madness, primarily at this year's annual Fanime Con, held in the quaint territory of Santa Clara, California. With a vast list of Guests and attendees, let's take a trip down memory lane and see how the continuing factor of conventions made by Fans, for Fans paid off.

By Dai Kou - More...

The Other Camp Game Boy Advance

Jake was a normal kid until he joined Animefringe. He got depressed because Nintendo didn't invite him to play at Camp Game Boy Advance. So, he journey out into the woods to commune with nature, be wild and free, and freeze his butt off. He never came back... But, his article was found. Animefringe is proud to present "The Other Camp Game Boy Advance." Sorry, this feature is not ADAMVISION Certified.

By Jake Forbes - More...

Editorial: Chasing Otakuism - Anime and American Networks

Ever wondered why some anime series do so well on TV, while others just seem to fade away? You just might find a reason for it in this months Chasing Otakuism as guest columnist Scott Green takes on just that question. Learn his theory about Escaflowne and his picks for what networks are a sure thing for the continued support of anime.

By Scott Green - More...

Anime Briefs

After a look at video game and manga based items last month, what better way to follow-up than with a look at two anime series that people definitely will be wanting to check out. First up is the strange comedy series from the creators of Lain entitled NieA under 7 which just happens to be on the slate for release this summer by Pioneer. And we also have a look at the must-see movie Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door and some breaking news about the EVA movies. Don't wait for the aliens to come get you, go find them!

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