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
co-Editor-in-Chief

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 IG'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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