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[anime@UTS] Monthly Newsletter – July Edition

July 27, 2016, by , posted in Blog

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Hello anime friends! Hope everyone’s had a restful break and ready for the new semester. Now to get to the anime airing this season, I’ve enjoyed pretty much everything I’ve come across so far, particularly one called 91 Days! Let us know which one you liked the most :D

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NEWS:
Fan of HoneyWorks‘ music? Some great news! A movie based off of their songs is being made and is releasing this December, titled Suki Ni Naru Sono Shunkan Wo (I wait for the moment you love me). This is the second film inspired by HoneyWorks‘ piece, the first being Zutto Mae kara Suki Deshita (I want to let you know that I love you).

If you’re one of the millions who play Pokemon Go, you should know about your team leaders, who were announced last Sunday at Comic-con by Niantic (some hilarious fan-art also transpired after). They also gave answers to many questions about the game (yes they know about the mountain of bugs) and gave hints to new features in upcoming updates such as breeding and improving gyms.

Another big reveal at Comic-con is Tsutomu Nihei’s manga BLAME! will be getting a film adaptation which will stream on Netflix Originals in 2017. A teaser trailer was also released last Saturday which you can see here! Despite being completely CG, I reckon it looks stunning! Would love to hear what you guys think!

EVENTS:
The Broadway Collection Origami Workshop
WHENWednesday, August 3 at 12 PM – 2 PM
WHERE: UTS Library
WHAT: As part of the Broadway Collection program, ActivateUTS, anime@UTS and JASS are teaming up to bring you an origami workshop! Join us at the UTS Library onWednesday 3rd August from 12pm-2pm for fun, folding and friends~
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ActivateUTS Clubs Day 2016!
WHENThursday, August 4 at 9 AM – 4 PM
WHERE: UTS Building 1- Level 3, 4 & 5
WHAT: The biggest event of the session is back with CLUBS DAY! Join us for a day full of fun with all of our Clubs & Societies, freebies, games, demo’s, food and much more! A free event you don’t want to miss out on!
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[anime@UTS] Magical Grillz Day! (Sem 2 Orientation)
WHENSaturday, August 6 at 12 PM
WHERE: Central Park Sydney
WHAT: YOOO So it’s semester 2 of our wonderful trimester year….. Let’s welcome our new members into the club with our awesome magical grillz day. Come be a magical grill and grill some meat too.
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[Anime@UTS] Monthly Newsletter – June/July Edition

July 3, 2016, by , posted in Blog

Monthly Newsletter titleHey everyone! Congratulations to all of you who are officially done with this semester! And to those of you who still have exams left, don’t give up! Freedom awaits you behind those papers. Anyway, hope you all haven’t gotten sick yet from this wintery weather (unlike me) and don’t forget to keep checking your screens for updates on all the new anime series coming out this season! (If you’re not sure on what to watch, stay tuned for our own recommendations!)

 

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NEWS:
The cast of the new stage play for Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Crimson Chapter has been released along with some epic photographs. If only they did anime theatre plays here…

Who else is excited for the new Pokemon Sun & Moon games? If you are, take a look at this new trailer which has been released that shows 7 new Pokemon!

If you haven’t heard about it yet, Netflix is currently working on a live-action adaptation of the anime super-hit Death Note. A lot of the cast has just been announced as well! As for me, I’m quite excited to see how this will turn out since I’m a huge fan of the series. I’d love to know what you guys think as well!

EVENTS:
AnimeSydney Camp
WHENJuly 16 – July 18
WHERE: Milson Island
WHAT: Get excited and get ready to revel in the fun times and memories with all your friends from Anime@UTS, AnimeUNSW, SUAnime and AnimeMQ!

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Sorry, no weeklies until uni starts again!

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