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discussion group about all of the great anime in all thier glory. sekirei, naruto, fullmetail alcamest, elfen lied, trigin, chobits, bleach, ect.
21 10 54 29
2011-04-19
People who love the anime as much as I do! GA-REI-ZERO BEST FEMALE SADNESS AND ACTION EVER! I seen there was not a group for this anime and had to make one. This anime is truly epic =)
3 4 4 0
2011-07-10
06:32
A fanclub dedicated to the upcoming fall science-fiction fantasy anime "Kyokaisenjou no Horizon". Enjoy if you can and makes your own opinion about the series !
1 0 0 0
2011-07-04
23 3 16 4
2011-07-01
10:43
I CONTINUE TO FIGHT, I CONTINUE TO FIGHT! Have you ever felt like screaming "ALL HAIL BRITANNIA!" at the top of your lungs while walking around some normal, public place? All Hail Dominos Pizza, rival of Pizza Hut who supports the pesky rebellion!
55 1 21 4
2011-06-26
05:34
One is all. All is one. Share your love of this amazing manga and anime series, which is like no other. And yes, it has actually ended - it's been a phenomenal ride.
107 5 44 27
2010-06-02
For all fans of Harry Potter. Post pics of any kind and even post links to your favorite Harry Potter fanfic or even your own.
28 4 20 6
2011-06-26
05:19
This is a group for the appreciation of the 50 episode series Ashita no Nadja about a girl named Nadja progressing to Tomorrow by travelling around the world and meeting a bunch of interesting people and dancing and having adventures.
16 3 3 0
2011-06-24
13:53
A group for Naruto & Bleach. Talk, Compare, Discuss.. and share how awesome they are.
149 8 403 112
2011-06-12
16:27
Well for those who haven't met the crazed fangirl's... Hetalia is popular Japanese series that is an allegorical tale of the history of Europe, especially during World War Two, with anthropomorphizations of different countries and the various stereotypes associated with them. Axis Powers Hetalia is at once educational, irreverently silly, occasionally touching, and potentially offensive. Surprisingly, it gets many of the more subtle and less well known relationships between European countries rather well represented, which you usually wouldn't expect of foreign writers.
29 1 2 8
2011-06-03
11:39
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