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Digital Summer Meetings: Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. on the Bloomsburg University Science Fiction Club Facebook Group.

Welcome to the Bloomsburg University Manga and Anime Club (BUMAC) webpage. We hold free public showings of anime every Monday and Thursday at 7:45 p.m. in Bakeless Center Room 207. Please enjoy your stay and we hope to see you at the next meeting!

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Otakon 2010 was spectacular!  At least a dozen past and present members of BUMAC attended.  We will have many pictures soon.  See you at Otakon 2011 from July 29th-31st, 2011!
Posted on 01 Aug 2010 by Webmaster
It’s that time of the year…IT'S OTAKON TIME!  Many past and present members of BUMAC will be attending this year.  We will see you all there!
Posted on 27 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
Due to traveling for Otakon, no meeting will occur on July 29th.<br /><br />Next meeting will occur on August 5th.  See you there!<br />
Posted on 23 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
At our ninth summer meeting we watched Mouse.<br /><br />Overview: “Sorata is an art instructor at Yamanoue School. At the young age of 20 he is already a full-fledged teacher with a meek and nerd-like disposition. Yet Sorata has a secret...he's Mouse the internationally infamous thief and a shameless flirt to boot. This mischievous rogue is assisted by three scandalously endowed attendants. With Mei Momozono, the genius math teacher, Hazuki Kakio, the rough and ready PhysEd coach, and the lovely school nurse Yayoi there's nothing Mouse can't snatch.”
Posted on 23 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
At our eighth summer meeting we watched Riding Bean and Welcome to the NHK.<br /><br />Overview Riding Bean: “Bean Bandit is the top courier in the Chicago area, and a man who isn't
shy about operating on the wrong side of the law. Of course, his clients
must also pay a pretty penny for his speedy services. Unfortunately,
Bean's reputation catches up with him when he is framed for kidnapping a
10 year-old girl, whom he doesn't realize is in trouble, by a group of
shady criminals.”<br /><br />Overview Welcome to the NHK: “Meet Satou Tatsuhiro, a 22 year-old man who thinks everything around him
is wrapped up in some sort of conspiracy. It's not long before Satou's
conspiracies turn into one big theory? That a secret organization known
as the N.H.K. is out to fill the world with reclusive adolescents like
himself, also known as hikikomori. Now they've upped the ante by using
media to turn unsuspecting viewers into otaku, and Satou becomes
determined to stop the N.H.K. There's only one problem - he's too
frightened to even go outdoors!”<br /><br /><strong>Remember,
our meetings are on Thursdays from 7PM - 10PM in Centennial Hall
Room 218 and they are open to the public. See you there!</strong>
Posted on 16 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
At our seventh summer meeting we watched Seitokai no Ichizon.<br /><br />Overview
(From Wikipedia): “The student council members of Hekiyou Academy in Hokkaido are selected by a popularity contest. As a result the members are usually a group of pretty girls. The sole male member is Ken Sugisaki, who entered the student council by becoming the top-scoring student in the level; which he had to cram to achieve.”<br /><br /><strong>Remember, our meetings are on Thursdays from
7PM - 10PM in Centennial Hall Room 218 and they are open to the
public. See you there!</strong>
Posted on 09 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
Have a nice safe and festive 4th of July!<br /><br /><img src="images/oldglory.jpg" alt="Old Glory" height="105" width="200">
Posted on 04 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
At our sixth summer meeting we watched The Sky Crawlers.<br /><br />Overview:
“A group of eternally young fighter pilots known as Kildren experience
the sudden loss of innocence as they battle the enemy in astonishing
dogfights above the clouds. With his only childhood memory consisting
of intense flight training, the fearless teenage pilot Yuichi's
dogfights coexist with his struggle to find his missing past. When his
beautiful, young female commander Suito is reluctant to discuss the fate
of the pilot that Yuichi is replacing - or the strangely perfect
condition of that pilot's former aircraft - Yuichi's curiosity becomes
heightened.”<br /><br /><strong>Remember,
our meetings are on Thursdays from 7PM - 10PM in Centennial Hall Room
218 and they are open to the public. See you there!</strong>
Posted on 02 Jul 2010 by Webmaster
At our fifth summer meeting we watched Summer Wars.<br /><br />Overview (From Wikipedia): “The story centers on high school student Kenji Koiso, a wiz in mathematics but ill-adept socially, who spends his time in OZ, a massive computer-simulated virtual reality world, as a part-time low-end moderator. At the beginning of summer vacation, he is asked by Natsuki, one of the most popular girls in his school, to help in celebrating her great-grandmother's 90th birthday. Although Kenji does not know the details of the plan, he agrees and goes with Natsuki to her grandmother's estate in Ueda, Nagano Prefecture. Much to Kenji's surprise, he is introduced at the Shinohara family house as Natsuki's fiance.”<br /><br /><strong>Remember, our meetings are on Thursdays from 7PM - 10PM in Centennial Hall Room 218 and they are open to the public. See you there!</strong>
Posted on 25 Jun 2010 by Webmaster
At our fourth summer meeting we watched Zettai Karen Children.<br /><br />Overview (From Wikipedia): “In the future, people with ESP are becoming more widespread and with it, the necessity of constructively utilizing their unique capabilities. Unfortunately, there are also espers that abuse their powers and wield them to destructive ends. The Japanese government's solution of choice to both challenges is the establishment of the Base of Backing ESP Laboratory (B.A.B.E.L.) for the purpose of appraising, identifying, nurturing, and protecting espers. Five decades later, B.A.B.E.L. locates a trio of natural Level 7 espers within Japan and assembles them into the special esper team known as "The Children". Still, the question during B.A.B.E.L.'s stewardship of the past five years now becomes whether they can be refined into young ladies.”<br /><br /><strong>Remember, our meetings are on Thursdays from 7PM - 10PM in Centennial Hall Room 218 and they are open to the public. See you there!</strong>
Posted on 18 Jun 2010 by Webmaster

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