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Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine

Co-created in early 1999 and officially launched on January 1, 2000, Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine has become the leading monthly webzine dedicated to anime, manga, J-pop, and all other forms of Asian popular culture. What sets Animefringe apart from other web sites is its content is updated monthly and was always envisioned to read like a real print magazine.

During my tenure with Animefringe I have contributed a wide array of articles ranging from in-depth features complete with interviews to insightful company histories as well as countless product reviews covering everything from DVDs to action figures and video games.

Along with writing duties, I also handle new issue development and planning and am the acting layout editor in charge of article and graphic placement and the coding of the final product.

Below is small selection of my best articles and reviews that have appeared in past issues of Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine.

Anime, Manga, & Video Game Articles
  • Battle Royale - Life Is a Game
  • The Lupin Revival
  • Zoned: Grasshoppa! Dissected
  • Zoned: Mannequins Delight
  • Comic Party: From the Con With Love
  • Last Exile: A Time for War
  • Mao-Chan - Keepin' the Cute in Check
  • Najica Blitz Tactics - 007 With Panties
  • Haibane Renmei - Making Angels Real Again
  • Please Teacher - Love is Priority One!
  • Kare Kano: His and Her Circumstances
  • CLAMP's Wish: Be Careful What You Wish For
  • Trouble Chocolate - Don't Eat that Chocolate!
  • Arjuna - Plant a Tree For Your Tomorrow
  • Cannon God Exaxxion
  • Quack Experimental Anime: Excel Saga
  • Great Teacher Onizuka - Teacher Banzai
  • Real Bout High School
  • Princess Nine - Where Dreams Come True
  • Shenmue II - More than Just a Game
  • Keroro Gunso - A Frog On A Mission
  • The Shadow Star Report
  • Angelic Layer

    Historical and Cultural Articles
  • Full Circle: The Unofficial History of MixxZine
  • Obon Week: Japan's Festival to Honor the Dead
  • Interviews & Informational Articles
  • Paranoia Agent: Gleaming Truth From Madness
  • Howl's Moving Castle: Ageless Wonder!
  • Pop'n Music: Once You Pop, You Can't Stop
  • TAIKO Drum Master: Drum Mania!
  • Tamagotchi Connection: Connection is the Name of the Game
  • Katie Bair 101: In Her Own Words
  • Otaku Unite!: Fans on The Warpath
  • Vertigo Pop! Tokyo - An Interview with Jonathan Vankin
  • The New Mags on the Block
  • PULP: The Other World of Manga
  • Sailor Moon ŕ la Saban
  • Sailor Moon ŕ la Saban: Debunked - An Interview with Rocky Solotoff

    ADAMVISION Comedy Segments
  • ADAMVISION: How to Decorate for Christmas
  • ADAMVISION: How to Otakize Your Room
  • ADAMVISION: How to Make Japanese Christmas Cake
  • ADAMVISION: How to catch Pokémon
  • ADAMVISION: How to Read a Manga

    Convention Coverage
  • Anime Weekend Atlanta 10: Panels Galore!
  • METROCON 2004: A Vacation Well Spent
  • Anime Weekend Atlanta 9 - What Was Once Old is New Again
  • Anime Weekend Atlanta 7
  • Anime Reviews
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death and Rebirth DVD
  • Escaflowne: The Movie Ultimate Edition DVD
  • The Irresponsible Captain Tylor TV Series DVD Box Set
  • Pokémon 3: The Movie

    Action Figure Reviews
  • McFarlane's 3D Animation from Japan Wave 2
  • Ah! My Goddess: Yellow Submarine Action Figure Series
  • Graphic Novel and Book Reviews
  • Kia Asamiya's Nadesico Book 2
  • Secret Comics Japan
  • Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke

    Video Game and Card Game Reviews
  • DDRMAX: Dance Dance Revolution 6th Mix
  • Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game - 1st Edition

  • For the complete list of everything I have ever written for Animefringe: Online Anime Magazine, please click the link below.
    Adam Arnold's Complete Body of Animefringe Work

    DISCLAIMER: The characters, story, and likeness of all the A.I. Love You and Pita-Ten manga characters are trademarked by TOKYOPOP an imprint of Mixx Entertainment, Inc., the Japanese licensers Kodansha Ltd., Tokyo and Media Works, Inc. and their series creators Ken Akamatsu and Koge-Donbo and are used on these pages for informational use only.
    Original Material © 1997-2005 Adam Arnold, All Rights Reserved.