Just because an anime is doing something fairly unique doesn't mean it can't bore you straight into your grave.
Sunday SpotlightSean AkinsKumi KodaBen DunnKoge DonboApr 10th 2005
Who he is: Toonami producer, scriptwriter, licensing guru
What he's done: English script: IGPX (2003)
Producer: Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki (Toonami Version), Tenchi Muyo! The Night Before The Carnival (Toonami Version)
Producer: American television's most watched anime block
Quotable: "We're sort of a crazy network, and I hope we stay crazy. And as far as that direction goes, I'm two thumbs up for crazy, and I think Cartoon Network should hold onto those crazy roots forever."
Who she is: Creator
What she's done: Story: Di Gi Charat (manga), Kamichama Karin (manga), Pita Ten
Original Creator: Di Gi Charat, Di Gi Charat Nyo, Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat, Sugar: A Little Snow Fairy, Pita Ten
Quotable: "When I would get work from a publisher, older publishers would say things like 'I'm tired nyo.' I think all the Broccoli staff does."
Who she is: Japanese pop singer
What she's done: Theme songs: Final Fantasy X-2, Cutie Honey movie, Re: Cutie Honey
Quotable: "Once, right when I was about to go on stage, I didn't see the step and I fell! There was no time to do anything, so I had to perform with my knee bleeding."
Who he is: Comics creator, and one of the authors of the popular How to Draw Manga books
What he's done: Creator: Ninja High School, Quagmire USA, Heaven Sent
Quotable: "I worked for other people, and I decided that comics was the best way for me to try to make a living without taking orders from other. So I thought, 'Maybe I have a talent people will spend money on.'"
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