Expectations of AnimeNEXT 2018

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Last year AnimeNEXT was so much fun that we’re excited about this weekend. If we haven’t said it already this weekend if AnimeNext and you should get tickets and a room for the weekend. AnimeNEXT is definitely a con to be visited in the tristate area because there is always so much to do and so many new people to meet, there’s never a dull moment going to a con that has so much to offer.

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Soulcial Sunday – Happy New Year

We’ve made it another year! This year has been one of our best years with all the content we were able to get out and all the adventures we had at every convention we were able to attend thru out the year. Our year was full of fun, hard work and we’re happy to welcome a new year with all of you.

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Naruto: Age of Anarchy

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Naruto: Age of Anarchy was written and illustrated by Komal Ashfaq a Pakistani artist. Age of Anarchy volume one was first released on August 23, 2010  via her Komalash Deviant Art Page. The story follows Naruto and the rest of the Konoha 11 in early adulthood.  Approximately, Three years after the Third Shinobi War. With an impending war is on the horizon. Continue reading

Love! Love! Fighting!

Love! Love! Fighting! by Sharean Morishita follows a bi-racial young woman named Orianna. After an unexpected encounter, she loses her job and is tricked by her cousin Krisa into returning home to South Korea.

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TEPHLON FUNK! (Recommendation)

What is Tephlon Funk! Exactly? 

A comic book series by Stephane Metayer which follows a young girl from Queensbridge Houses, Inez Joselyn, as her life is turned upside down.  Along the way, Inez encounters an interesting cast of characters from throughout the Five Boroughs of New York City. Stylistically speaking, Tephlon is heavily influenced by anime and Hip Hop Culture; respectively.

Illustration by: David Tako and Nicholas Safe

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Artistic Expression with Takeia Marie

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My first encounter with Takeia Marie happened randomly while attending New York Comic Con back 2012.  A rap cipher gone wrong in the middle of the artist alley show floor. She nice with the pen in more ways than one. She can spit.  And even though I embarrassed myself, it made that experience that much more memorable.  How many people can honestly say that they met in this type of manner at Comic Book convention. Not many! But we’ve been chopping it up ever sense.
So when I reached out for an interview.  This is what she had to say.

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