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Thursday, June 22nd, 2006

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Show 22b - Anime Boston 2006 Part 2 - Con Stories
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Music: 7 O'Clock News by Tokio, and Panic by Still Small Voice. These songs were the original opening and ending songs to the first 40-ish episodes of Kodocha, a show which we recommend to anyone age 11 and over. Funimation couldn't get the rights to the Tokio song, and we really can't imagine the opening without it, but it's still totally worth watching the series. With your daughter!

The Chibi Project

How many people attended Anime Boston? Well, that page doesn't say yet, but we heard it was up from 7,500 last year to 10,000 this year.

We talk a lot about Death Note cosplayers and fans. If you want an "L" t-shirt look for our table at Otakon.


Noah talks like an M.I.T. recruiter. Here's MIT's Anime Club's homepage. Did you know that MIT has appeared in several anime series?

The Bishounen Support Corps Here's their photo collection. You can email them at bishounen-support-corps AT mit DOT edu, and talk about them in this forum thread.


I talked to an Itachi from Bergen Community College's Anime Club, who I ran into two weeks later at AnimeNext.

I thought the Happy House of Hentai's new promo was really funny, so I stuck it in this show. Hopefully you won't get their jokes if you're under 16 or so.

Do you know who Cthulhu is?


Buddy Christ is from Dogma. But Kevin Smith's only worthwhile film is Clerks. And the animated Clerks cartoon is worthwhile. Particularly episode five. It's only ten bucks, so if I'm wrong it's no big deal.

The episode of Otakugeneration where Bryce talks about the hentai dubbing panel. Well, it's probably that episode.

Lupin the 3rd is a Ninja Consultant Approved Show.

theanimefanboy talks about playing Duck Duck Goose.

Alison's L print that got licked.


Noah and I really hated X3.

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