Anime Club Will Go to Boston for Conference

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Anime Club Will Go to Boston for Conference

A Different Type of Art: Members of the anime club know not only how to appreciate the medium, but they know how to draw it beautifully as well. | Graphic by Maddie Kimble ‘12

A Different Type of Art: Members of the anime club know not only how to appreciate the medium, but they know how to draw it beautifully as well. | Graphic by Maddie Kimble ‘12

A Different Type of Art: Members of the anime club know not only how to appreciate the medium, but they know how to draw it beautifully as well. | Graphic by Maddie Kimble ‘12

A Different Type of Art: Members of the anime club know not only how to appreciate the medium, but they know how to draw it beautifully as well. | Graphic by Maddie Kimble ‘12

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A Different Type of Art: Members of the anime club know not only how to appreciate the medium, but they know how to draw it beautifully as well. | Graphic by Maddie Kimble ‘12

Members of the Staples Anime Club will go to Boston, Mass. this upcoming weekend for an annual conference to celebrate Japanese animation, comics, and pop culture with other anime fans.

“[At the conference], we will be able to watch television series, go to anime panels, observe anime costuming, see screenings of new anime shows, and even play in video game tournaments,” said club Vice President Becca Loeser ‘10.

Though eager to be exposed to a variety of anime at the conference, the clubmembers find much variation in the anime they watch during their club meetings.

“We watch lots of series, but it’s not all violence,” said Loeser. “We like watching fantasy and mystery animes as well. There are a variety of people in the club, which means there is a variety of anime.”

“The club does fundraising through bake sales and the like,” said club Advisor Robin Stiles. “It’s really a great place to be if you are interested in anime.”

The club meets every Tuesday after school in Library Media Center Classroom 1. “Newcomers are always welcome, but it’s recommended that you come earlier in the year,” said club President Francis Furmanek ’10.

For more information on the anime conference, visit http://www.animeboston.org

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