I am an American.
You probably have an American in your life.
You might even have a friend who is.
That doesn’t mean you should dismiss the vast majority of your friends as anime fans, but there are certain things that are universal to all Americans.
You have American flags on your car, and you have American rappers in your family.
You know your favorite actors and your favorite artists.
You can get behind the current president in your hometown.
The internet is full of American memes.
And yet, for me, American anime is just a part of who I am.
I grew up in rural Kansas.
I have never been a big anime fan.
I was a tomboy, and I grew out of it, and the last few years have seen me gravitate toward the more mainstream offerings.
But then, about four years ago, I decided I wanted to give anime a shot.
I had watched an awful lot of Japanese animation, and there were a couple of films that really appealed to me.
I wanted more of that Japanese influence.
The more I watched anime, the more I realized that Japanese animation was really, really, totally different from American animation.
So I decided to give it a shot and see what it was all about.
I watched some Japanese films, and then, the other day, I got a call from a friend of mine.
He was asking me if I was interested in getting an animatronic American character for my house.
I knew he was just a fan of American animation, but I figured that if I were going to get an American character, maybe it was worth getting a Japanese character as well.
So, I called him up and asked him if he was interested.
And, he was.
So we did an initial meeting, and we talked about the characters and the themes that we were going for, and how they would fit in with the anime world, and what sort of character would make the best American friend.
And then, he gave me a quote from American author Stephen King that I thought was really great: “If you want to be a hero, you gotta have an Asian American friend.”
And I think that is the reason that American anime fans are so passionate about it.
They want to see something that is different from what we see in Japan, and they want to show that they can appreciate something that we don’t necessarily get to see in a lot of anime.
But if they want, they can find American anime that they feel they can relate to.
For American anime, it can be difficult to find anime that are like that, and that has the appeal of something like American anime with Japanese characters.
But it is a small niche market that we are trying to tap into.
If you have an anime that you enjoy, I hope you can connect with American anime lovers and American fans of anime to be able to watch American anime.
And if you are interested in American anime fandom and American Anime, there are so many things you can do.
We will be posting more on our American Anime Community Guide soon, but for now, we want to take a moment to introduce our new American Anime Guide, which we hope will make your anime watching experience even more enjoyable.
American anime has been around for over two decades now.
It has evolved into a whole other genre.
There are a lot more people watching anime now than in the past, and even more people who aren’t American.
There is a lot to love about American anime because it is diverse, it has a lot in common with American culture, and it has been embraced by so many.
And it is fun to explore it.
So if you have any questions about American Anime or American Anime fandom, you can reach out to us at the American Anime Alliance, or just let us know in the comments below if you would like to discuss any of these topics.
And for those of you who love American anime and American animation as much as we do, we have an awesome American Anime Calendar that has been out for a few years now.
And you can find it here.
American Anime Culture is proud to announce the premiere of American Anime Week, which runs from October 18 through October 22.
For those of us who are American Anime fans and Anime lovers, we are excited to see how this new year brings us together.
We are looking forward to the many, many anime fans out there who will celebrate American anime culture, as well as our beloved American anime creators and animators.
We look forward to seeing how American anime will continue to thrive and flourish in the years to come.
We also look forward a lot for the next two years.
We hope you will join us for American Anime week and the American anime community at Anime Expo.