This cover features the work of one of the most successful female manga creators ever, Rumiko Takahashi. This issue of Animerica talks about some of her most popular works (before days of Inuyasha), and was printed back when Rama 1/2 and Urusei Yatsura were becoming popular among anime fans here in the U.S.
Date: April 1993
About The Magazine:
Animerica was a quarterly digest published by Viz Media. It initially started as a monthly magazine featuring reviews of anime and manga titles, as well as related works. After a preview issue was released in November 1992, the magazine’s first issue was released in February 1993 with a March 1993 cover date. The magazine originally featured articles and reviews on manga, anime, and related media, as well as manga preview chapters. In 1998, Animerica Extra was launched as a manga anthology which eventually focused specifically on shōjo titles. It was canceled in 2004.
Animerica was one of the first professional anime and manga magazines released in the United States, and one of the most popular in the 1990s. In 2004, it had a circulation of 45,000 readers, but low sales and high competition from NewType USA resulted in the essential cancellation of the original magazine and its reformatting as a free digest. 100 copies of the first issue of the free digest were sent to 1,000 Walden books and Border stores.
I will never be over this in my life
This is relevant to my lifestyle.
#I hear tell that chook-washing is also part of the festivities #don’t dare me to go see birds in dresses because I will fucking do it
Chook-washing is pretty fun to watch! And you can also snuggle day-old chickens in the name of education (yeah, that’s it). Aahhh I hope you can make it over here XD
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