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Monthly Newsletter

December 30, 2017, by , posted in Blog


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Madman is about to make the cinematic release of the first feature film from Studio Ponoc (a studio founded from a collection of old Studio Ghibli animators and some other great talent), Mary and the Witch’s Flower. Reviews from other countries have been great, so it’s exciting to see it released here and even more exciting to announce we have 10 double passes to give away, courtesy of Madman! How do you enter the giveaway, do you ask? Keep an eye on our Facebook page, and you’ll see a post asking for you to tell us what your Anime of the Year was for 2017 (counting movies, since there were so many big ones), and why (brevity is key here – keep it to about 100 words max). The ten best get the passes~ Simple, ne?

We have no events to share for this period, being the holiday season, but keep your ear to ground for some upcoming affairs (including some big changes to our camp lineup for the year but more on that later~)
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Monthly Newsletter – November Edition

November 30, 2017, by , posted in Blog

GIRIGIRI SEIFU DA NE~ I only just squeezed this one out while it’s still technically November so I’m proud of me but that’s literally the lowest possible bar to clear. This is just gonna be a short one ’cause I have heaaaappsssss of other shit to do literally right now so that’s my bad

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It’s been a big month in movie releases, with No Game No Life Zero and Heaven’s Feel I: presage flower pretty much popping out back to back. With Madman pretty much licencing every major anime film release, we’ve started negotations with the newly opened Palace Cinemas Central Park to potentially arrange some neato deals for y’all. They’re pretty open to suggestions so I’d like to hear your ideas (since you guys will be the ones using these deals anyway)! Let me what you’d like to see in a relationship with a cinema either over Facebook or via email at [email protected]~

Now, onto our events! I told you this would be short.

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Monthly Newsletter – October Edition

October 31, 2017, by , posted in Blog

Okay so this is late and September just didn’t happen for us but hey we’re here now! Exams are destroying my soul as I’ve been obsessively playing Touhou studying but probably yours too so let’s not talk about that~

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We have a new(ish) exec team! The roles are:

President: Madeline O’Connor (again)

Vice President: Jamie Cummings (promotion!)

Secretary: Daniel Selmes (again)

Treasurer: Hin Zee (again)

Events Directors: Anh Vu and Andrew Tan Tze Yeong (hey look an actual new person)

Publicity and Communications Officer: lol still me sucked in

Webmaster: Kane Yang

Arts Directors: Bit Bit and Tabatha Roberts (lol what another new person :O)

Merchandise Director: Samuel Handaya (wow three new people setting records here folks)

Screenings Director: Chris Monaghan

Photographers: Ton Cao and the ancient one Vadim Brodsky

Generals: James Yi Zhu (top anime betrayal of 2017) and Steven Nguyen

A big welcome to all our new people and thanks to those who attended the AGM~

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Animenz performance in Sydney

October 5, 2017, by , posted in Events, Music

Thanks to the Australian Media Group we had the chance to see our hero Animenz.

Animenz is a YouTuber famous for his sugoi covers of anime songs, and tonight we were lucky enough to see our lord in the flesh. The program he performed catered to everyone, covering hits from; Guilty Crown, Shingeki no kyojin, Love Live! and so much more.

As amazing as every song was, I did have some (slightly biased) favourites: History Maker, Senbonzakura, Again and of course Unravel. Suprisingly, I very much enjoyed his Sword Art Online medley, the anime is shit but the music is damn good.

We were very sad to see This Game was not on the program but the show did not disappoint, especially so because Animenz came back and on fire for an encore performance of This Game, Connect and The World Is Mine. Seriously awesome stuff.

Sadly his show was only one night in Sydney (but if you’re keen enough you can fly on down to Melbourne) and until he returns to Australia we will keenly await his releases on YouTube.



Monthly Newsletter – August Edition

August 26, 2017, by , posted in Blog

Hey team! I hope your semester is going better than mine. This is just gonna be a short newsletter from me because I’m low key dying I have like 17 assignments due and I’m working like 30 hours a week on top of 24 hours of classes and it’s just a little -_- rn~ but I’ll be back in force next month with some good shit for y’all I promise!

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Okay so Dominos has done what is officially the oddest combo of all time – for $49.95 you get 3 pizzas, a drink, garlic bread and a download code for Final Fantasy XIV. I don’t really understand why, seeing as pretty much anyone who’d want the game has it by now, but I didn’t so of course my useless self has caved and taken part in this bizarre promotion. It’s objectively a good deal, just… interesting.

We’ve finally hit peak release time for the opening and ending themes for this season’s anime and there is some good shit out there right now. Some of the big players have come back again – Kalafina has released Hyakka Ryouran for Katsugeki: Touken RanbuLiSA’s Datte Atashi no Hero unsurprisingly belongs with Boku no Hero Academia Season 2, GARNiDELiA and EGOIST have double-teamed Fate/Apocrypha with their songs Eiyuu  Unmei no Uta and Désir as the opening and ending respectively. Mizuki Nana released two singles on the same day (again the crazy woman), featuring TESTAMENT, the opening to the latest instalment of Senki Zesshou Symphogearand Destiny’s Prelude, the opening song to the latest instalment in the Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha franchise (of course, both singles charted in the top 5 – TESTAMENT at number 2 and Destiny’s Prelude at number 3). Okamoto Nobuhiko put forward an excellent entry for a comparative amateur with Sacrament, the ending theme for Vatican Kiseki Chousakanbut mostly excitingly ryo from supercell has teamed up with promising rookie Tia to produce Deal with the Devila dirty jazz number used as the opening for KakeguruiAs far as openings are concerned, this one is pretty much a sure shot for best of the year in my book – dynamic and flexible, vocals with strong technique and character both, and always exciting to hear, it’s everything a great song should be.

ALSO! If you didn’t get to see us at SMASH, or were too broke by the time you got there, you can order a merchandise item online and we’ll deliver it to you on a Friday at Fun and Games! (It runs from 2-8pm don’t try and tell me you can’t make it.) Make sure you read the form before you fill it out!

Now onto our events~

Episode 11 – Karaoke [SIDE B]

WHEN: Monday, September 11th (yes we know), 12:oo-6:00pm
WHERE: Echo Point, corner of Park St and Pitt St
WHAT:  Coming up in the next few weeks is everyone’s favourite thing Exams! wait no… KARAOKE!!! That’s right – it’s been ages since our last trip so come join us and let’s destroy our vocal chords together at KARAOKE! We will be going during the mid semester break on Monday the 11th of September and we will be going to our favourite location Echo Point karaoke from 12:00 – 6:00pm so come join us at anytime and let’s all embarass ourselves or impress everyone!

It’s $15 for the 6 hours, but you do also have to buy a drink, which range in price from $3 to pretty much as expensive as you like. Note that Echo can’t process EFTPOS transactions under $20, so if you intend to cut costs, please be prepared with an appropriate amount of cash or arrange to transfer a friend.

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AnimeSydney Maid Cafe!

WHEN: Saturday, September 30th
WHERE: Sydney Park Pavilion, St Peters
WHAT: AnimeSydney is hosting a Maid Cafe event once again !!! (ノ^ヮ^)ノ*:・゚✧ Get ready for the maid cafe to be BIGGER, BETTER, and CUTER than ever before!!! GET EXCITED because our kawaii maids and our dashing butlers will be waiting to sweep you off your feet and serve you our delicious food ~ ( •̀ᄇ• ́)ﻭ✧ (*´▽`*)

This event is strictly a BOOKINGS ONLY event. The reservation form can be found at:
Please carefully read the information & instructions provided before submitting the booking form. If there are any enquiries, please post on the event page or email us at [email protected]

A big thanks to our key sponsor Anime at Abbotsford!

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