BAAF Anagram Contest Results

April 24, 2002

Big Apple Anime Fest / Anime News Network Anagram Contest

The contest has ended, and we've shuffled through the numerous submissions, and we've whittled it down to the best five. Here they are:

  1. A Sad Geek Skin Animation (Agent Aika: Naked Mission)
    From: Yeou-shiuh Hsu

  2. Rest, have life of grief (Grave of the Fireflies)
    From: Arnold Kim

  3. CHAMP TAILOR BEBOP: ELLIOT OLIVE (Patlabor the Mobile Police Vol I)
    From: Jason Gibson

  4. I love lollipop, ham, taco bit, beer. (Patlabor the Mobile Police Vol I)
    From: Matthew Hong

  5. a largo shack (Harlock Saga)
    From: Danny Runion

We owe a big thank you to everyone who participated! We really enjoyed reading the anagrams!

The winners will be contacted by e-mail shortly.

If you didn't win this time, don't worry; we'll have another contest soon!

We'd also like to make a special mention of Mark Tilford, who submitted a TENCHI MUYO! RYO-OHKI anagram. In his own words:

This isn't from one of the allowed titles, so its disqualified, but I couldn't keep this to myself:

In the third ova series of TENCHI MUYO! RYO-OHKI, the princess Ayeka notices a spot on Tenchi and realizes she has lost the competition with Ryoko. Sobbing, she says "O! O, I MOURN THY HICKEY."

It wasn't part of our contest, but we thought it was worth mentioning regardless. Heh! Thanks Mark!

-George "Cookie" Phillips

Original Contest Information:

Our friends at BAAF have given ANN 4 DVDs and a pair of BAAF all access passes ($150 value) to give away in a contest and we decided to do something fun... Anagrams.

The Four DVDs to be given away are fan service favorite Agent Aika - Naked Agent, Ghibli Classic Grave of the Fireflies, space adventure series the Harlock Saga and Production I.G's Patlabor the Mobile Police Vol I.

Entrants need to make anagrams with the titles as they are spelled above. Anagrams can be entirely in English, or a mixture of English and Japanese, no other languages are permitted. Punctuation and symbols (non alpha numeric characters) can be added, or removed as you see fit.

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