Anime

And so, the anime fought by shadebug

Have you been watching GATE? It's a pretty fun show like a more realistic Outbreak Company but I wasn't going to write about it because it seems pretty popular so I figure you'll find your way to it. But then I saw an article on Crunchyroll about it and suddenly it was time for a rebuttal.

Check out my rebutt.

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Cel-ga by UKAnifest

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Hi Civilians, 

 We have some fantastic news for all collectors. Cel-ga a new company that sells original anime cels for you to buy and collect, a cel is a celluloid picture that is transparent in nature to give you that film like feel. 

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The Sticky

" The Japanese Gallery is proud to present a collection of Original Japanese Animation Cels. These ‘Cel-ga’ are Original hand-produced items that come from the production companies and were used in the production of the shows, including some rare items from Studio Ghibli, Dragon Ball and others.

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The process for making Cel-ga involves first the creation of a hand drawn sketch, which is then traced and hand painted with acrylic paint to create one frame of animation. This traditional method has been replaced by digital techniques in recent years where the sketch is scanned and then coloured on a computer, so these Cel-ga are one off collector’s items as they are no longer produced in this way."Cel-Ga

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 So if you want to get some cool, seriously one off Japanese cells then log on and visit Cel-ga for your exclusive items.  

Links

Website: Cel-Ga

@ukanifest  

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Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' by UKAnifest

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Hi Civilians, 

 We have just recieved the press release of the new Dragon Ball Z film heading to a cinema on 30th September 2015. It is so amazing to see manga entertainment keeping our dragon ball fans excited and showing them love by screening this on the big screen. 

The Sticky

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 "Manga Entertainment are delighted to announce the theatrical release of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, in cinemas on 30th September in the UK and Ireland. This hugely exciting follow up to Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods will allow fans to watch everyone’s favourite anime spectacular on the big screen.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ is the second film to be personally supervised by the creator of the series, Akira Toriyama, and promises to feed the appetite of DBZ fans that are hungry for more.

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 The movie features the return of Frieza – widely hailed as one of the most iconic villains of all time. Even the complete obliteration of his physical form can’t stop the galaxy’s most evil overlord. After years in spiritual purgatory, Frieza has been resurrected and plans to take his revenge on the Z-Fighters of Earth. Facing off against Frieza’s powerful new form and his army of 1,000 soldiers are Goku and Vegeta who must reach new levels of strength in order to protect Earth from their vengeful nemesis."

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The End

The film will be shown in selected cinemas across the UK and Ireland for exclusive screenings only. At Showcase and Empire Cinemas, each ticket purchased will receive a free limited edition figurine (subject to availability). This is an absolute must for any anime / dragon ball Z fan, we need to keep support this film coming to the big screen as this is a chance to show everyone that anime is just as big as your conventional Disney animation. To book your tickets and check for participating cinemas visit www.dragonballzuk.com. This Dragon Ball Z film is not just good, it is great and you will not be disappointed!

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**Update**

Finally Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F is out in 90+ cinemas!! Manga Entertainment has managed to do it and increase the number of cinemas that have this film on show and we are so excited!

Please support and book your ticket now as this is the biggest revival of Dragon Ball Z we have ever seen!!

Sticky

"Due to the phenomenal fan support and demand for tickets, Dragon Ball Z:
Resurrection 'F' will now be showing in a whopping 90+ theatres across Empire,Showcase, Vue, Picturehouse, Odeon and a host of independent venues. The film
will be one of the BIGGEST anime releases in UK cinemas, ever. For tickets,
head to www.dragonballzuk.com"
Manga Entertainment

Have a look at this little clip...