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Request Magazine

From September 2002 to June 2003 I was an active freelance contributor for the now defunct bi-monthly periodical Request Magazine, an entertainment magazine in the vein of Entertainment Weekly that was once a part of the Musicland Corporation's Replay Rewards program. My freelance work for this entertainment magazine consisted of writing concise anime reviews ranging anywhere from 100 words to 300 words for products coming out one to three months in advance.

The start of 2003 saw the anime review's section expand even further and I was allowed the opportunity to head up the magazine's first column devoted to Japanese manga. My "Speed Lines" column spotlighted upcoming manga news and releases in a form that gave both familiar with the content and those totally new to the concept a place to find out about the series and titles that would be worth checking out.

In late June 2003, the magazine was cancelled due to a company wide restructuring and the content that I had submitted for the unpublished September/October 2003 issue never saw print.

Below you will find links to large jpeg scans of the pages that my articles appeared on.


Request Magazine Movies - July/August 2003

Samurai X: Trust & Betrayal Director's Cut
Master Keaton Vol.1: Excavation
Ushio and Tora Complete Collection
Cowboy Bebop: The Movie

Sakura Wars OVA Collection /
Sakura Wars TV Vol.1: Opening Night
Lupin The 3rd: Voyage To Danger
Geneshaft Vol.1: Ring
Speed Lines (Column)

Knight Hunters-Complete Collection
Please Teacher! Vol.1: Hot For Teacher
Genesis Climber Mospeada
Sailor Moon: Season One Uncut


Request Magazine Movies - May/June 2003

Love Hina: Spring Movie (Review)
Rahxephon, Vol.1: Threshold (Review)
Sugar: A Little Snow Fairy, Vol.1: Sweet Mischief (Review)
Chobits Vol.1: Persocom

Dragon Ball Z-Kid Buu: A New Beginning (Review)
Dragon Ball GT, Vol.1: Baby: Affliction /
Dragon Ball GT, Vol.2: Baby: Incubation (Review)

Steel Angel Kurumi, Vol.5: Encore (Review)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Vol.1

Patlabor Movie 3: WXIII (Review)
Speed Lines (Column)


Request Magazine / Request Magazine Movies - March/April 2003

Mobile Fighter G-Gundam Boxed Set 2: Rounds 4-6 (Review)
Argentosoma Vol.1: Another Reality (Review)
Reign: The Conqueror Vol.3: Obsession of Alexander (Review)

Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden Vol.1: Combat Maid (Review)
Ai Yori Aoshi Vol.1: Faithfully Yours (Review)
Cooler by the Dozen (Product News Byte)

Lupin The 3rd Vol.1: The Most World's Most Wanted /
Lupin The 3rd: Dragon of Doom (Review)
Speed Lines (Column)
Manga You Should Be Reading: Paradise Kiss (Review)


Request Magazine - January/February 2003

Fushigi Yugi: The Mysterious Play - Eikoden (Review)
Love Hina Christmas Movie (Review)
Armitage III OVA DVD Perfect Collection (Review)

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Black Rose Blooms (Review)


Request Magazine - November/December 2002

Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (Review)
Tenchi-Muyo - Pretty Sammy/Mihoshi Special (Review)

Congratulatory fax from Sam Goody District Manager, Sherry Bozeman

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