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It's a tradition at No-Name to have a big bash and special meeting each year for our anniversary, and of course, this year is no exception. We apologize for having this month's meeting one week late, but there's good reason. Matt Seitz, our "president guy," was getting married last week! So email him your congratulations!
To celebrate our anniversary, we've lined up a couple of extremely cool Studio Ghibli pieces. Our feature movie is I Can Hear the Ocean, which is sort of a slice-of-life story with a bit of The Wonder Years overtone to it. Trust us; if you liked Only Yesterday, you'll like this one. We also have On Your Mark, the music video by none other than Hayao Miyazaki!
In addition, we are starting another series, Blue Seed, which was created by Takada Yuzo, the man behind 3x3 Eyes. We also continue with Patlabor and Iria and... the long-awaited final episode of Nadia! We will also have cake and ice cream during break, along with fabulous prizes (well, okay, they're only pretty cool), so make sure you're there!
And now... on with our schedule.

This Month's Schedule
12:30 Iria - Zeiram the Animation #5
(Subbed, Sci-fi adventure)
Zeiram clones begin showing up, and no one really knows why. Dr. Touka theorizes that Zeiram can somehow use his victims in creating these clones, and therein lies the deadly connection between Zeiram and Iria. And somehow, Iria finds, this also has something to do with the ultimate fate of her brother!
---Subbed by U.S. Manga Corps
1:00 Patlabor OAV #4
(Subbed, Shoujou comedy/romance)
In the fourth OAV, the SV2 has a little accident with a revolver cannon, so they get sent back for training. But will even fresh training help them in defending Tokyo against a siege, when they have no equipment at all?
---Subbed by U.S. Manga Corps
1:30 Kimagure Orange Road OAV #5
(Subbed, romantic comedy)
In "Spring is for Idols," a battle of the bands is brewing when a famous singer named Hayakawa comes to town. An unfortunate mishap with Kyosuke results in (surprise!) the two swapping minds. And unlike Kyosuke, Hayakawa has absolutely no problems at all in getting close to Madoka and Hikaru.
---Subbed by AnimEigo
2:00 Abunai! Break time!
Cake! Ice cream! Drinks galore! Either it's a big party or we're at the wrong place! Plus prizes, too!
---Put on by No-Name Anime
3:00 On Your Mark video
(Unsubtitled, music video)
This is the video for the Chage and Aska song, "On Your Mark." What makes it really noteworthy is that Hayao Miyazaki did the animation for it, and it shows. If you're a fan of the master, you really should check this out!
---By Studio Ghibli
3:05 I Can Hear the Ocean
(Subbed, Slice-of-life)
If there is such a thing as an unsung hero in animation, this is it. Although it's one of Studio Ghibli's lesser known works, I Can Hear the Ocean is actually a wonderful slice-of-life film basically about boy-meets-girl. Girl then goes on to change the lives of the boy and his best friend. It's hard to describe, but if you liked Only Yesterday, you'll like this one.
---Subbed by Studio Yoissho!
4:20 Blue Seed #1
(Subtitled, Mystical action adventure)
In "Princess Kushinada," average high school girl Fujimiya Momiji is accosted by a stranger who wants to kill her and her twin sister. Only... Momiji doesn't have a twin sister! Or does she? As bizarre and dangerous creatures appear in Japan, Momiji finds that she may by the heir of a not-so-average heritage after all!
---Subtitled AD Vision
4:50 Nadia of the Mysterious Seas #39
(Subbed, Action adventure)
This is it! The final episode! Will Jean shoot Nadia? Will Nadia destroy the crew of the Nautilus? Who'll win and who'll lose, and what about the Gratan? If you've been following this show for the last three years, you can't miss this one!
---Subbed by Project Daicon

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