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A couple more Christmas ones:

  • Lupin the 3rd: The Sleight Before Christmas
  • Lupin the 3rd: Fying Sword: Christmas at Tiffany's
  • Those who hunt elves II: Noel
  • YUA TV #11 on DVD #3: Santa Claus Panic
  • Ah My Goddess (OVA) last episode
Quote from: JohnnyAR on November 10, 2007, 05:59:04 PMI just got back from it! ... Who went?
Thanks for joining us! I was there. I did most (all?) of the show introductions, called ticket numbers from our free raffle and wore an S.O.S-dan armband for the later part of the showing.
Quote from: JohnnyAR on November 04, 2007, 08:16:45 PM
Sweet! I might be able to come even though I don't know some of these anime series and haven't watched any of the episodes of them, but hell it'll still be awsome. I don't really know what you mean by the time, 14:15? do you mean by 2:15 PM?
"14:15" meaning "2:15 PM" is just one of the many secrets of the No-Name anime "in-crowd" -- please join us Saturday and learn more! If you'd like to know more about the shows with continuing stories, hopefully the little blurbs at will give you an idea of who the main characters are and what is happening in the story without spoiling it. Hope to see you!
This month, on Saturday November 10, join us at the Santa Clara City Library (CA) for our staple anime (such as Chevalier D'Eon, Ghost in the Shell, Rozen Maiden, and Zero no Tsukaima), a second helping of Fate/Stay Night, and for desert, a sweet series called Strawberry Marshmallow.

12:30 Le Chevalier D'Eon #6*
12:55 Ghost in the Shell: 2nd Gig #11*
13:25 Rozen Maiden #10
13:50 Human Crossing #3
14:15 Zero no Tsukaima #8*
14:40 Abunai! Break time!
15:35 Fate/Stay Night #5-6*
16:30 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya #9? #6? #5!*
16:55 Strawberry Marshmallow #1

(* = not appropriate for all audiences, but if Fanime BBS doesn't weird you out, it's probably OK.)

With Thanksgiving coming up, we'd like to express appreciation for all the people and all the resources that help make this club successful, including those who create anime, the licensing companies that bring anime over and support anime clubs, the library that hosts us, and all of you who attend meetings and continue to give us a reason to still be here. Thank you!

More info: &
Quote from: Ska_Kitti on October 29, 2007, 02:47:53 PMI was the maid.
Assuming I have the right maid -- the one who was first to try the Wii Bleach game -- it was nice to meet you! I made the first post on the back-up boards and I'm glad you and others made this a lively topic.
Hi all! This month No-Name Anime is holding its 2nd Saturday of the month free anime showing at the Santa Clara City Library (2635 Homestead Road) on Saturday September 8. This weekend will be overflowing with anime since Foothill Anime will meet the following day!

12:30 Le Chevalier D'Eon #4*
12:55 Ghost in the Shell: 2nd Gig #9*
13:25 Rozen Maiden #8*
13:50 Zero no Tsukaima #6*
14:15 Abunai! Break time!
15:10 Tales from Earthsea
17:05 Kamichu! #15

(* = not appropriate for all audiences, but if Fanime BBS doesn't weird you out, it's probably OK.)

In honor of International Literacy Day, we wanted to show something based on books we liked, so we choose the Earthsea movie from Studio Ghibli.

More info:
Ideas and Suggestions / Girls T-shirts PLEASE
July 29, 2007, 10:10:16 AM
Quote from: "Chiri Kcrinh"Yes, please for staff shirts as well.
And for people who support musical guests. One year I tried to negotiate a volume discount for buying more than one copy of a musical guest's album and couldn't get a discount on price. But the seller gave me her new "didn't fit, she wasn't ever going to wear" Fanime T-shirt as a bonus.
I went Saturday night with some people after the No-Name showing. Had some good food. Saw some of the Obon Odori  (festival dancing). Saw a walking advertisement for the maid cafe.  Go today if you can!
Ideas and Suggestions / Mail out the Program Guides
June 15, 2007, 07:30:18 PM
Quote from: "Tony"
Quote from: "Spiritsnare"Looking at the guide, I became a bit irked that No-Name was limiting the release of the program guides...
Were they asking for you to sign in? Tenba (2007 publications 2nd) asked even me to.  :P She wants to make sure as many people as possible get it, that's all.

Just to state the obvious, No-Name Anime doesn't have any supply of or control over the program guides. Tenba was at the No-Name meeting with a box of program guides, controlled how they were given out  and did require people to sign.  I hope there are no hard feelings that some people got programs at this meeting. I'm sure the Fanime staff is working hard to see what they can do for everyone.

PS. For everyone who's in the San Jose/Santa Clara area on the 2nd Saturday of the month, please come and join us.  We can't promise that you'll get something cool or learn something useful or make a friend or ... but you never know.
The 2k7 panel was fun, thanks for organizing it!

I talked to Jerry, head of video, the next day. If anyone has wants to help with showing old school anime and promoting it so there's actually people in the video rooms watching when it's shown, he's a good person to talk to.
Gaming / BUMP
May 29, 2007, 09:44:24 PM

I'm still playing, and more of No-Name's staff have been convinced to play. I've even played a little PvP. I know there are some people out there who are interested, I even met a Guild Wars cosplayer at Fanime, . If you're interested, check out our Guild Wars page that has some fan art by some people you might know from these boards and send a PM if you ever want to meet in game.
There's a few pictures that have nothing to do with cosplay at (and a lot of cosplay pictures).
Pictures from Friday are now at and I'll add pictures from other days soon.

EDIT: More pictures from other days added Tue 5/29/2007.
I'm going to try posting info about our meetings in the "Meetings, Gatherings, and Get Togethers" forum. If there are no more posts here, please look there.
Join us Saturday April 14 for a free afternoon of subtitled anime at the Santa Clara City Library.

 12:30 Master Keaton #37
 12:55 Ninja Nonsense #8
 13:20 Zero no Tsukaima #1
 13:45 Abunai! Break time!
 15:05 Ghost in the Shell: Super Special Surprise
 14:20 Rozen Maiden #4
 16:55 Kamichu! #10

Yes, it's April, and no, it's not an April Fools joke. We really are having a Super Special Surprise showing of Ghost in the Shell. What is it? You'll have to come to the meeting to find out. If you're a fan of this series, you won't want to miss it!

If questioned, we'll admit that more informat is at

Quote from: "gmontem"Did any guests attend the Saturday one?

No. If any people involved with making the movie were there, they were incognito. We did sit near someone involved with the film festival who also helped with the distribution of one of the local films that was promoted in the ads before the movie.

Quote from: "Appu"Gah, I'll be missing eet. Class till 8:30 =(

Just ask Makoto for help ... finish class *FLIP* sing Karaoke *FLIP* goto the movie  ...
Quote from: "lyricaldanichan"Where and what time on Thursday?

Thu 3/22   7:30 PM at the Pacific Film Archive, in Berkeley at 2575 Bancroft Way
between College and Telegraph. Besides the link in post 1 above, see
Quote from: "JME2"Okay, to anyone who did not catch the San Francisco showing, catch the second one on the other side of the Bay Area on Thursday night. Trust me, you won't regret it; this film was awesome.

I second that! :!:
Join us Saturday, March 10, at the Santa Clara City Library for an afternoon of subtitled anime. Free!

 12:30 Master Keaton #36
 12:55 Ghost in the Shell: 2nd Gig #4
 13:25 Ninja Nonsense #7
 13:50 Kujibiki Unbalance #25
 14:15 Abunai! Break time!
 15:05 Rozen Maiden #3
 15:30 Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer
 17:10 Kamichu! #9

More info at
The Girl Who Lept through Time (Toki Wo Kakeru Shoujo) is showing at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival with showings on Saturday March 17 and Thurday  March 22. It's pretty likely that some of the No-Name Anime folks will make the Saturday showing.

I have no idea if any of the movie makers will attend, but the last time we saw an anime movie at this festival the Q&A after with the producer afterwards was a very nice bonus!