Anime & Manga Club ヘようこそ

The title of the club is printed in stylized letters that are cut from photographs of various Asian scenes, including temples, cities, a bamboo forest, a woman in a kimono walking with an umbrella, a cherry blossom tree, and a Hokusai blue wave print.

By Peter N.

Calling all anime- and manga-loving teens! Join other like-minded teens the last Wednesday of every month (subject to change) at HCLS Miller Branch for Anime & Manga Club. 

What will you be doing there? Glad you asked! Come and enjoy a hangout especially for teens where you can enjoy anime-related programming, a craft or two, and discussions of the latest mangas and animes to hit the scene. You also have the opportunity to get recommendations from staff and your peers for what to read or watch next. 

Are you looking for a classic manga like Fruits Basket, Dragon Ball, or The Prince of Tennis? Or are you looking for something newer like Jujutsu Kaisen, Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba, or my personal favorite, One-Punch Man? We’ll talk about them all! Or do you want to know if the Ghibli films are really all they’re cracked up to be? You’ll have to join us to find out!

Also learn how you can access anime and manga using your library card through online resources such as Libby, Cloud Library, and Hoopla. 

The next meeting of Miller’s Anime & Manga Club takes place Wednesday, November 30 at 6 pm. We hope to see you there!

よろしく!

Peter is an Instructor and Research Specialist at the Miller Branch who desperately hoped that the digital world and Digimon were real when he was a kid, and still remembers seeing the first Pokémon movie in theaters and crying with Pikachu when Ash “died.

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