Anime Today: Episode 72

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Right Stuf’s ANIME TODAY Talks Gaming & E3 Gakuen Alice manga, raw bit ambience of electro, contests & more in episode 72!

GRIMES, IA, August 1, 2008 –

Anime producer and mega-online anime retailer Right Stuf, Inc. examines the announcements from this year’s E3 tradeshow, kicks off new contests, and much more in episode 72 of ANIME TODAY.In a special edition of the “Anime and Gamers’ Guide to Japan” segment, Kris and Judy talk about the recent announcements of particular interest to anime fans who are gamers, including news about Final Fantasy XIII, Animal Crossing, Prince of Persia, Resident Evil and the Nintendo Wii.
Also in this episode:

– Chad tells listeners “What’s Hot” in the world of anime and



– Shawne reminds fans about the last days of “Super-Saiyan

Savings” on most things Dragon Ball.


– Rich and Nick announce the winners of our FUNimation contest

celebrating this week’s box set release of BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad and the winner of the K-drama contest for Be Strong, Geum-soon! Then they kick off two new giveaways: A contest centered around YA Entertainment’s DVD release of Palace, a K-drama with a manwha connection, and a chance to preview the first season of Emma: A Victorian Romance.


– Marie prepares for Nozomi’s 2009 release of Gakuen Alice by

taking a look at Tachibana Higuchi’s original manga.


– Rich and Nick provide a rundown of upcoming conventions,

courtesy of


– Listen to musical clips from the CD next by the

group raw bit ambience of electro.


– And finally, ANIME TODAY highlights some of the newest fan

reviews from visitors.

Have a question about anime and manga? Want to comment on one of the podcast’s segments? Call our Anime Today Hotline at 1-800-338-6827, ext.

7424. You may hear yourself on a future episode of Anime Today!

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