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other fans of Japanese animation and comics!
Once upon a time, much of Anime activity was concentrated in the Usenet Newsgroups. Of course today people check in on their favorite sites and forums. Not all
newsgroups are available from all Internet service providers.
- UUEncoded or MIMEd versions of your favorite Anime characters and mecha.
- Not Pris from Blade Runner but Priss from BGC!
- Discuss the classic Bubble Gum Crisis series.
- All purpose Macross series discussion.
- A group for the Rumiko Takahashi, creator of Ranma 1/2 and countless other
- Prepare yourself for its American onslaught! Read about Sailor Moon now!
- Another group to talk about Japanese comics.
- Macross series TV shows.
- The newsgroup about the series that launched a new generation into Anime.
- Boston University Anime Group’s newsgroup.
- Anime from where it was created.
- Manga from where it was created.
- Anime discussions in French.
- National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan Anime Club.
- The former main source of Anime related discussions.
Superceded by other newsgroups.
- For stories involving your favorite characters.
- For “important issues concerning Japanese animation fans.”
- From video to role playing, it’s here!
- Moderated group usually containing announcements, con reports and other
- Buy, sell or trade your favorite Anime and Manga toys, movies, books, etc.
- For everything else anime.
- Models scale, vinyl and super-deformed!
- The joy of anime for your ears.
- Formerly the place for fan fiction!
Superceded by rec.arts.anime.creative.
- Discuss Japanese comics.
- Don’t just watch robots and mobile suited humans on TV, create your own
- When Anime is a really important part of your life.
- University of Illinois at Urbana Anime info.
- University of California at Berkeley’s Anime group info.
- University of California at Davis’ anime group info.
a person to become their favorite Anime character and adventure with others.
Check out An
Introduction to MU*s if you’re a newbie or just want to learn more about
interactive multi-user computer games.
Maybe not quite as interactive as you would like, computers are still
a source of interesting anime fun!
GAINAX’s computer and interactive media projects.
A visual listing of the currently available Anime related patches for Doom.
- Bubblegum Crisis Nukem
Priss Nukem 3D – play Duke Nukem 3D in a hard suit, battle Boomers and insult
your opponents in Japanese!
- Giniko-Chan’s Anime Toy Chest
A variety of Wintel goodies, themes, apps and games. Quicktime movies too!
The Iconfactory has some of the best Mac icons, including Ultraman and Bubble Gum Crisis sets.
KISS stands for KIsekae Set System and kisekae ningyou is Japanese
for “changing clothes.” Basically this is a digital version of paper
dolls or fashion plates. The
French Kiss site has a number of viewers, sets and links to get you started.
- Macross Site – by Horace Chan
Macross themed, Java-based arcade and tetris games.
- Ranma 1/2 Kaleidoscope Scheme
You can have P-chan on your slider bars! For use on Macintoshes with
- Team-H CD-ROM
Team-H’s CD-ROM compilation of thousands of adult anime images, online for you
to sample and order. Not for kiddies.
- Anime Playstation
The place for the latest and upcoming anime related releases for PSX!
- Anime Theme Packs For Windows
Pleanty of anime related theme packs Win95.
- Windows95.Com Anime Links
Board Games, RPGs, Customizable Card Games, and the like.
- Anime Madness
Matthew Johnston Games’ “Anime Madness(tm) THE Collectable Card Game”
- R. Talsorian Games, Inc.
Makers of Mekton – Anime Mecha Roleplaying Game and Teenagers From Outer Space.