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LDC SR animation 2017


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Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki, often shortened to Tenchi Muyo! is a twenty four episode collection of OVAs, initially released in Japan between 1992 and 2017. Pioneer LDC produced the first two OVA series, VAP produced the third, and the fourth OVA was produced by AIC.[2] The first two OVA series were licensed and distributed in North America by Pioneer Entertainment in 2000.


As a designer, she has had the opportunity to work with businesses of all sizes, start-ups, agencies, higher education institutions, and non-profits for projects in branding, brand strategy, digital design, print design, presentation design, multi-media, advertising, marketing, live event production, e-learning, 3D animation, video, photography, art direction, and out-of-home. She also served as Marketing Director of Davis College in Johnson City, New York, before launching Rtistry By Design full-time in the summer of 2016.


Theresa joined Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP in 2017 as an Associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group. Theresa represents employers regarding federal and state employment and labor laws and regulations, including but not limited to workplace harassment, discrimination, retaliation, adverse action, and wage & hour issues. She has extensive experience drafting workplace policies & procedures, conducting workplace training, investigations, participating in conciliation and fact-findings before state and federal agencies, and negotiating. Additionally, she practices in the areas of General Business Litigation, Foreclosure Actions for Creditors, and Family & Matrimonial Law.


Mandy Webb was born and raised in Syracuse, NY. When she was 19 years old, she began her first entrepreneurial venture by selling Cutco Cutlery: a high quality line of kitchen products. She was responsible for finding her own clientele, worked 100% on commission, and had to grow her business through referrals. She became one of the top all time sales reps for the company and, after 5 years, she moved to Binghamton to open her own district office and grow a team of sales representatives. Her team broke every territory record for the company and she taught hundreds of high school seniors & college students sales skills, public speaking skills, time management, mindset management, and goal setting. She closed her office in 2014 when KW Fitness #1 was opened and spent some time selling HR Software and Advertising for WBNG. Mandy jumped on board with KW Fitness full time in 2017 when they decided to open location #2!


Around 1995, Japanese animation (anime) began pouring into North America, Europe and across the globe in video form. Most of these titles were unknown outside of Japan and never covered by animation journals. Whether a title is highly popular or very obscure, a high-quality theatrical feature or a cheap and unimaginative direct-to-video release, they all look the same on a store shelf. Therefore, Animation World Magazine will regularly review several new releases (including re-releases not previously covered) that have some merit and about which our readers should know.


The animation quality -- okay, so it was a low-budget TV production (13 weekly episodes, July 8 - October 7, 1999). Nobody disses the Jay Ward TV cartoons for their cheap production values, do they? The two animation studios, A.I.C. (Anime International Company) and A.P.P.P. Co. (Another Push Pin Production), both do much better with larger-budget productions.


Original animation video (OAV) series, 1999. Director: Kazuhiro Furuhashi. 60 minutes each. Price & format: video $29.95 subtitled/$19.98 dubbed each; DVD bilingual $29.98 each. Distributor: A. D. Vision Films.


Japanese animation first gained a cult following in America for its giant robot battlefests and space adventure epics. But there are many viewers who prefer the historical dramas, which offer a genuine historical background in a setting so exotic and so unknown to non-Japanese that it might as well be on a planet far, far away. This story takes place during the traumatic collapse of the 250-year Shogunate period (1601-1868), which occurred between the visit of Commodore Perry's fleet in 1853 to open Japan forcibly to world trade, and 1868 when the emperor was restored.


Samurai X (the title refers to the cross-shaped scar on Kenshin's cheek) is a two-hour, four episode direct-to video series released as Rurouni Kenshin: Reminiscence in 1999. It is Kenshin's origin story, showing his violent past which was hinted at in the TV series. Kenshin bursts into the shadow civil war as an idealistic 14-year-old whose lithe dexterity is taken advantage of by the reformers to use him as a murderer of their political opponents. The first half hour episode establishes this; the following three switch to somber despair as Kenshin realizes that he is no better than the "enemies of the people" he is ordered to slay. Kenshin's failed attempt to escape into a peaceful life as a farmer, and his resolution to die in battle against the Shogun's agents, move forward with a growing inevitability which portends an unalterable fate. (Yet, since this is a prequel to the TV series, viewers are supposed to know that Kenshin will, somehow, survive.) Director Furuhashi builds an emotional impact with calm, poetic imagery such as slowly dripping blood upon snow which skillfully gets the most out of limited animation. (Production by Studio Deen.)


Royal Space Force was a milestone in Japanese animation history. A small group of young animators persuaded entertainment giant Bandai to fund their new studio's first theatrical feature; an intellectual sci-fi drama with no merchandising tie-ins. The movie bombed financially but won critical raves that established Studio Gainax's reputation. Also, the movie's video release helped demonstrate the potential of Japan's new anime video market.


The movie typifies much of anime in emphasizing art -- richly-detailed backgrounds and costumes -- and story rather than full animation. Royal Space Force in particular has stunned audiences with its elaborate setting of an alternate Earth. Rather than merely showing normal society with fictional nations or historical figures, RSF depicts a completely original civilization with unique yet plausible designs of everything from religions to clothes and household artifacts. Even the symphonic score by Ryuichi Sakamoto has an unusually sharp metallic undertone that enhances the exoticism.


Instead, this is an artistic tour de force for Director Hiroyuki Ochi and his staff of character and mechanical designers, notably Naoyuki Onda again, Atsushi Takeuchi, Koji Watanabe, Kenji Teraoka and Nobuhito Sue, with extensive 3D CGI work by Satoshi Shimura. The emphasis is on beauty. All men are handsome, all women are lovely, and every scene looks like it is posed (i.e., not much actual animation) for a fashion magazine. The space adventure still has gaping holes in its logic, compounded by a plot that jumps forward in medias res and leaves the viewer to puzzle together the 25th(?) century interstellar background from cryptic references to "the decline since the Space Frontier Age," "the search for lost Earth" and so forth. But there are now all the nudge nudge wink wink background cultural references to Inca ruins, Spanish architecture, the literature of Thomas Mann, etc., to indicate that any lapses in the plot are not because of a lack of sophistication. Rather, the viewer is meant to appreciate the visual aspects (Ochi's skillful direction distracts the viewer from the limited animation), and the personality interplay between space pirates April, Janny, Feb, Jun and young stowaway Mayo. These are the real focus of the adventure. 041b061a72


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