Anime streaming service and aggregator site Daisuki.net launched a few hours ago. I have a lot of hope for the service, but my first meander around the site offers up a couple of misgivings. My initial findings inside.
KIN-CON, happening on 25 May, is a celebration of nerd, geek and otaku culture in South Africa. It’s the inaugural event of a con which we hope to see growing quickly. Click for the summary and the details.
The Cape Town Cosplay group gathered for their 5th organised event on a day that turned out to be sunnier than expected, and what a turnout it was. Report and pictures inside.
Cosplay Cape Town will be hosting their 5th Cosplay Picnic on the 20th of April at Kirstenbosch Gardens. Come and join for good vibes, excellent cosplay, and great company. Details inside.
AMV of the Day – Time Equalizing created by 0kamiRvS, featuring footage from Macross F, Mawaru Penguindrum and Guilty Crown with music by Armin van Buuren. Worth a watch – check it out.
Comic Con South Africa announced. Is it worth getting excited about? Well, crowd response is rather tepid at best, and there’s a lot of criticism. We take a look, but be warned – wall of text.
It’s time to look at what’s on to watch over the Spring 2013 season. Couple of sequels, some highly anticipated. So here’s a bunch of info, along with whatever PVs I scratched out. The page will be updated as we approach April, so keep checking back.
Dance/Upbeat AMV by GuntherAMVs, featuring various anime series with music by David Guetta feat Rihanna.
We have a fun, but regrettably short AMV for you today – featuring footage from Mayo Chiki! and music by Train. Enjoy :) Editor: Sage Anime: Mayo Chiki! Music: Train – Drive By Category: Fun, Romance Release: 5 May 2012 Download Link
So, following on a previous post, the Japan Day cultural event hosted by the Japanese Consulate here in Cape Town came and went, and now, of course, comes the time for me to report on happenings. Sadly, due to personal reasons, I could not stay around until the end of the event, and had to leave halfway, so things are