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The Clark Anime and Japanese Club is dedicated to bringing Japanese anime and culture to the northwest and to help people hosting related events.


Club meeting times and Saturday Anime
Club Meeting

Friday, 3:00PM in Bauer Hall

Satuday Anime

Every Satuday

3:00PM to 6:00PM

Foster Auditorium

Currently running anime

Heroman (http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=11266)

Mirai Nikki (http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=12896)
Discuss news item | Posted by guenthar (Site Admin) on October 25, 2013

Clark Manga and Anime club schedule
Here is the current schedule of meetings and anime showings.

Every Wednesday at 3:35PM
In Bauer Hall Cafe (soon to be in BHL 109)

Anime Showings
Every other Saturday from Noon to 3:00PM starting November 3rd
In PUB 258B
Discuss news item | Posted by guenthar (Site Admin) on October 27, 2012

I am back
I am starting college back up again and will be involved with the club again. I will also bring the cash box back with me and so we will be having concessions again.

PS. Watch here since I will be posting club event times and what anime will be showing now on.
Discuss news item | Posted by guenthar (Site Admin) on September 17, 2012

Click here if you can't use your forum account
Anyone that has registered here and can't login to their account needs to email me at guenthar@gmail.com with their username and club position (if you have a position) and make sure you have the club name in the subject.

PS. Just to let everyone know the reason you need to email me to get access to the forum after signing up is because 99% of the accounts registered are just spam bots and I don't want the forum to get filled with spam.
Discuss news item | Posted by guenthar (Site Admin) on June 18, 2011

Japan Vigil
This is copied from a thread on the Kumoricon forums:

"so i saw this on facebook and i really wanted to inform those who do not have a facebook or twitter and happen to pass by here

i also do want to make this a meetup for those of us who want to go as a group as friends, loved ones, fellow cosplayers, etc. and would want to come together to pray or give hope to the Japanese earthquake/tsunami victims and survivors.

**(we would be meeting by the umbrella businessman statue @6:30pm)**

here is the information i got from the site:

Time and Date: Friday, March 18 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square

701 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR

Created By: Mana Morimoto, Mayuko Yamaura, Asami Katayama

More Info: follow us on twitter! http://twitter.com/vigil4japanpdx "

I'm hoping to be there, and I'd like others to show up, too, if they can.
Discuss news item | Posted by Washu () on March 15, 2011

Now Playing

Lovely Complex

Plays third

Genres: comedy, romance, slice of life
Themes: love, school life, sports
Plot Summary: Risa Koizumi, taller than the average girl, and Atsushi Ootani, shorter than the average guy - their constant bickering and comical love-hate relationship is well-known throughout the school. They act similarly and love the same music, and their friendship is full of laughing, shouting at each other, and of course, lots of jokes about one another's height. But when Risa notices her feelings for Ootani growing, she's worried. She doesn't know if he can ever see her as more than a friend. With her friends rooting for her, she struggles to make him see how she feels about him, and that a romantic relationship between a tall girl and a short guy can work. Oblivious Ootani doesn't make things easy for her, but she stubbornly perseveres in her own unconventional way, determined for her feelings to get through to him, and finally be returned. If only she could do it without driving herself and everyone else crazy in the process...

All info from ANN

Macross Frontier

Plays last

Genres: action, comedy, drama, romance, science fiction
Themes: mecha, military, music, real robot
Age rating: Teenagers (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity)
Plot Summary: Macross Frontier marks the 25th anniversary of the Macross anime franchise. It is a direct sequel to the first Macross series and Macross 7 and follows the lives of Alto Saotome, Ranka Lee and a pop idol named Sheryl Nome on board the Macross Frontier colonization fleet. After the war against the Zentradi aliens, Humankind has spread across the universe in order to ensure its survival. The Macross Frontier fleet is part of a effort to spread and maintain the culture of humanity.

All info from ANN


Plays second

Genres: action, adventure, fantasy
Themes: Other worlds
Plot Summary: In an overbuilt world, young Zed dreams of freedom and of a door. While fleeing the authority of his world, he is transported to a completely different place, a world of nature instead of machines. There he meets the young girl Roia and learns that he is a Shard Caster. He can cast Shards and control “Spirits”. Unbeknowst to Zed, his best friend Noah has also travelled to the new world. Noah and Zed become enmeshed in the ways of their new world, while growing into their new abilities.

All info from ANN

Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei

Plays first

Genres: comedy, drama, slice of life
Themes: parody, school, suicide
Age rating: Teenagers (May contain bloody violence, bad language, nudity)
Plot Summary: Itoshiki Nozomu is the world's most negative person. To his way of thinking, there is no hope or meaning in this existence. Even the three kanji of his name become the two-kanji word zetsubou, "despair", when compressed. What an ironic twist of fate, then, that he becomes teacher to a class containing his precise opposite, the invincibly positive-minded Fuura Kafuka.

All info from ANN

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