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Where do you go for your anime?
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54 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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Posted 11/19/13
HUmmmm . . . here (CR), Hulu, evil places.... Kinokuniya... Hobby Search, CD Japan....
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24 / M / Texas
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Posted 11/19/13
Sadly there are no anime stores in my city. Best Buy sells anime but I don't buy from them. I go to my local bookstore to buy manga.
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I usually buy my stuff online or at conventions.
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Posted 11/19/13
There is an anime club in my institution. The only thing I hate in that club is when the members go crazy over Hetalia.
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Posted 11/20/13 , edited 11/20/13
I don't think there's any place like that around here. My local library has a manga club for teens, that's about it.
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26 / F / California :)
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Posted 11/20/13
I go to conventions and buy whatever and show it off in my room B]
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Posted 11/20/13
Well here mainly but because people in the UK get about half the shows the American's do, I have no choice but to use illegal sites and torrents, I want to support the industry but they make it very difficult to do so especially when the shows I want to watch are not available through legal means, For physical stuff like boxsets and manga volumes then it's good old Amazon, majority of the time I get free postage too, so it beats buying stuff of the CR store mostly. There is a shop where I live in Cambridge called "Forbidden Planet" but the prices are about double what you would pay online.
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27 / M / Oklahoma City, OK
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Posted 11/20/13
The only stores that sell any form of anime around me are Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

I don't buy anime from either.

To be frank I don't buy anime at all. It is too damn expensive to buy the anime disc releases, which is why I just stick to watching legal streams like Netflix, Hulu, and Crunchyroll.
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Posted 11/20/13
I usually buy em' online.
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I would likely go to a place dedicated to only anime. In fact, I would bring my friends, if such a place existed. As of now I go to Book Off for anime stuff. I went to one in Gardena and it seemed to have the largest anime collection I have ever seen in person. Not just that but really cool CDs, and video games that would normally have to be imported. Furthermore it even had movies that were from America in Japanese dub. At least I think so. I saw Space Jam with a lot of Japanese characters on it, and this leads me to believe it is in Japanese dub. Anyways aside from Book Off, which all the cool Book Offs are kind of far from me. There is really no other place for me to go for cool anime stuff. Book Off isn't really reliable since all their stuff is trade ins. Books Offs in certain neighborhoods don't have any anime at all.
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40 / M / San Francisco
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Posted 11/20/13
Yesasia, Amazon, cdjapan
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Posted 11/20/13
i go to the anime pop shop in Texas and comic book shop for my manga s
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