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Fayetteville Anime & Cosplay Club


Welcome to the official page for the FAACC!
The FAACC is a library club dedicated to the cosplayers and anime fans of Fayetteville, Lincoln County, and the surrounding areas. Everyone is welcome to join!




Pumpkins!

Next meeting is TBA
We Will be Screening
The Last: Naruto the Movie
with permission from VIZ MEDIA

UPCOMING HOSTED EVENTS!
More to be announced!
Come out and support your local clubs and library!


UPCOMING ATTENDED EVENTS!
Know of any events in the surrounding area?  Let us know!

If you're interested in joining the club check FB for more info or attend a meeting!


Staff Rep: Allen W.
President & Secretary: Emma H. Vice President & Treasurer: Autumn B.



Do you have questions about Anime?
Here are some simple answers to it.


What is anime?
Anime (pronounced ah-nee-may) is the general term for Japanese animated work, including television shows, movies, and direct-to-video releases.

What is manga?
Manga (pronounced mahn-guh with a hard “g”) is the general term for Japanese print comics, the equivalent of comic books and graphic novels in the U.S. You may also hear the related term, manhwa (mahn-hwah), which refers to Korean print comics.

Why a club about anime and manga?
Both anime and manga have a rich, distinct visual storytelling style. Anime is often related to manga – the two industries inspire each other and often create related titles together. Both are also much more common in Japan than their counterparts in the U.S, as well as cover a more diverse array of subjects. Manga is used for everything from titles on how to do your job to biographies of famous figures to bestselling fiction. Both formats are great fun – not to mention fascinating in terms of looking at different cultures, translation methods, history, pop culture, and language.

Why would I want to join this club?

If you like manga and anime, then this club is the place for you! You can meet and discuss with other teens who share your interests. If you’re just curious about graphic novels, Japan, or just looking for a way to spend an afternoon, you are welcome to join the club. Discussions range from the titles themselves to visual literacy, Japan and Western history, culture, and pop culture.

The group provides invaluable advice to the library on what to buy in these formats – so you can make your voice heard in terms of what to buy when.






RECENT UPDATES!
Normal Meeting:
TBA

TO BE ANNOUNCED
Currently Watching
The Last:
Naruto the Movie

 Rating:   PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


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