CBLDF continues our efforts for manga freedom by providing special events with translator and manga expert Dan Kanemitsu throughout NYCC weekend including a lecture at Kinokuniya Bookstore on Saturday and appearances at the CBLDF booth. Kanemitsu is a well-known expert on changes in Japanese law affecting manga freedom, as well as a translator whose work has appeared in popular franchises including Evangelion. We’ll also have special membership incentives for manga freedom supporters.
Manga Freedom Seminar at Kinokuniya, Saturday October 12
CBLDF: International Manga Freedom with Dan Kanemitsu
Join manga expert Dan Kanemitsu and CBLDF Executive Director Charles Brownstein for a discussion of current trends in international manga freedom and what they mean for readers. Kanemitsu will provide an overview of how new regulation in Tokyo is affecting the manga industry, as well as how the professional and doujinshi communities have responded. Take a look inside the manga world with an expert at this limited seating special event. Get your free ticket here
Kanemitsu will appear at CBLDF Booth #965 throughout the convention weekend to answer questions about the Japanese manga industry, translation, Evangelion and much more. Dan will appear on Friday from 12 – 1, Saturday from 5 – 6, and Sunday from 12 – 1
Get special manga incentives when you join the CBLDF at NYCC! These include:
$5 – Manga Is Not A Crime or Sailor Moon Button, or any poster
$25 – Membership, plus choice of Attack on Titan 1, Sherlock Bones 1, OR CBLDF Presents Manga,
$50 – Membership plus choice of 1:
Sankarea 1 – 3 Set (3 not available til November)No. 6 1 – 3 set (3 not available til November), Codename Sailor V Set, American Born Chinese signed by Gene Yang
$100 – Membership, plus Attack on Titan 1 – 7 set & Eren keychain from Japan; Sailor Moon Collection vol 1 & button
$125 – Tezuka & Ishinomori Original Art catalog imported from Japan, OR any $25 gift & original drawing Dance In the Vampire Bund OR Black Lagoon creator
Come see CBLDF and Be Counted this weekend at New York Comic Con! For more details, visit the NYCC website.