Re: Brain Storm!
- I'll tell ya right now, Guys, doing a fanzine is
HARD WORK! Trust me, I know from personal experience.
But if you want to tackle it, by all means, go for
it! I think it's a great idea!<br><br>I think I know
what the next topic of technical discussion is coming
next week. ;D<br><br>Damn...first videos and now we're
up to fanzines already. How quickly we move through
the fandom evolutionary chain! What's next, you say?
Probably a translation/fansubbing team and then on to
organizing our own convention!<br><br>...we're all
doomed...doomed, I say...<br><br>Seriously though, I'm very
pleased with this online club. This is EXACTLY the
response I was hoping for.<br><br>P.S.: If you seriously
decide to tackle a fanzine, I have three important words
you;<br><br>KINKOS<br>IS<br>GOD<br><br>Alphagraphics charges too much for their repro services and
Kinkos has very good self-service copiers which is a
bonus when you want to photocopy something that has a
questionable copyright, namely out-of-country source material.
I can explain more next weekend.<br><br>Mata ne,
minna-san!<br>Brian & Malak
- hey Hazen and Adam, can you guys e-mail me at
winno3@...<br>I need to get all the details for Katsucon and the
hotel room. <br>And I also need to get a ride, can
anybody give me a ride? I'll be at UD, so it's on the
way. I can give directions on how to get to my dorm.
<br><br>1 More thing, the UD anime club is starting up, i'm
the VP, and there is a very good chance that we may
be holding screenings of FUNimation's new releases,
FUNimation is the company that released the Dragon Ball
series, and some new releases are: Lupin, Fruits Basket,
and Yu Yu Hakusho. <br>Are we still having the club
meeting next weekend? I sure hope so. If not, i'll see
you guys at Katsucon!