This weekend November 17 – 19 is Anime NYC the return of an NYC anime convention after so many years of being “fused” with New York Comic Con. Anime NYC is funded by so many amazing sponsors that we all know because they bring us some of our favorite anime shows and manga, it’s so much anticipation building up for anime NYC that it literally has to give us it’s best A+ game just for the comeback.
Anime NYC has a lot of activities going on and not enough time to enjoy all of it so like every convention I hope you guys get a chance to check out the schedule on the website so you can plan what you want to do early so it’s worth the money and time. Just like any convention, you will gravitate to something that you’ll see on the schedule and probably stay in one spot majority of the day. There are more activities outside of the schedule.
We are working on a lot of posts centered around anime NYC since we’re so excited to see an anime convention come back to New York City. We will spotlight a few of the guests were hoping to see at the convention and some of the premieres happening this weekend are going to be epic.
If you guys are interested in Anime NYC tickets are still on sale for this weekend and if you subscribe to Crunchy Roll you’ll get a $10 discount off your ticket. As of right now, only Friday and Sunday passes are still available either day is still worth checking out Anime NYC.
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Happy Halloween Everyone!!
This Halloween season stay safe with everything going on safety is the most important, whenever you celebrate the holiday be sure to have fun.
November is our anniversary month for launching our website so we’re going to celebrate by getting a little more acquainted with you guys. We’ll be answering 15 random questions about ourselves throughout the month.
We’re hoping to start the conversation that will help all of us get to know each other better. You guys can also answer the questions in the comment section so we can also learn more about you.
Anime NYC is just 2 weeks away starting November 17th and we have our Weekend passes. This is Anime NYC first year and it’s been a couple of years since an Anime convention in NYC so seeing Anime NYC coming back really strong this time with a great lineup of guest and events. There are tickets still available for Anime NYC if you’re thinking of going.
Thank You all for supporting us these past few years we’ve been building SDE and bringing it to where it is now. We all are dreamers that became doers no matter how big or small the dream was we accomplished it. Thank You again for helping us keep our dream alive with all of your support. Like our motto Live Fearlessly, Dream Extraordinary, you have so much to offer and give don’t limit yourself and keep believing in yourself to get to where you want to be.
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When I saw the first episode I could not stop crying of laughter. This anime will make you laugh from beginning to the end. You’re being Summoned, Azazel is about a detective who summons demons to do all his dirty work. Akutabe is a private detective who owns his own agency. With a college girl, Sakuma, who works there part-time. She has no idea what she is getting herself into.
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June was a pretty eventful month for us at SDE. Our trip to AnimeNext was successful. We had tons of fun as a unit and dropped content that spanned over a month. Here a recap of our panels covered during the event. With a brief summary below.
I recently finished watching an anime called The Royal Tutor also known as Ōshitsu Kyōshi Heine 王室教師ハイネ and it turned out to be a really good show. I enjoyed the comedy and drama in the show. The characters are funny and all of them have unique personalities. Heine is my favorite character in the show because of his child-like appearance and his grown man voice. Heine was what had me hooked onto the show. Heine reminds me a lot of Sebastian from Black Butler with his mature attitude and his sense of humor.
I just recently got into Webtoon’s and began reading graphic novels again. I came across one called, UNTOUCHABLE, which I found very interesting. Once I began reading, I was easily hooked. I quickly fell in love with the characters and the artwork. The best part was that it was in color. Plus, the music in the background that went along with each scene was also an interestingly new twist, that made it different from reading regular manga and Manhwa.