When the hosts of popular podcast The Chase ask if they could name their show “The Anime Club” (or, in the case of one of their shows, “The Sci-Fi Club”), their guests reply, “That’s awesome, but I’m not really into anime.”
In reality, The Anime Club is not a show but a website dedicated to anime.
The site was created by anime enthusiasts Zackary Shabazian and Andrew Zwick, and hosts include several notable anime creators.
While the site has a lot of content, it’s primarily focused on anime and anime-related content, and not necessarily in any way related to the actual production of anime or related merchandise.
Shabzian and Zwick have been hosts of the podcast since 2006.
To make matters even more complicated, the hosts were involved in developing and managing the site and hosting it on their own.
Their podcast has become a huge success, and they have also helped launch an anime fan club for fans of the series to connect with.
Now, with the release of The AnimeClub.com, the creators have turned their attention to another project they created.
The Anime-Ace Club, or AAC, is a fan club devoted to the anime-themed A-1 Pictures, the studio behind The Chase.
As such, it was the perfect platform for the creators to work together and bring fans together for a live event hosted on the site.
This will be their first live event in over 10 years, and fans of anime, science fiction, and the anime industry will have the opportunity to meet the AAC hosts, as well as the other members of the fandom.
AAC is a collaboration between the Anime Club and the A-A, a fan community of anime fans.
The A-a’s goal is to help other fans connect with the AIC (as a fan organization) through an interactive community.
The anime-centric A-AC has hosted the AOC (a collaboration of A- and A-Club members) at Anime Expo, Anime Central, and Anime Central 2 in the past.
The creators hope that this event will serve as an important step for the anime fandom to connect and become more aware of the many different aspects of anime.
For those unfamiliar with the show The Chase, it is a podcast about the world of anime and other related entertainment, focusing on how the show has influenced and influenced popular culture, as it pertains to both manga and live-action.
In order to host the AACA, the A Club will have to pay the hosting company to host a live-streamed event.
For those unfamiliar, a live stream is a video-based presentation that can be viewed online or via YouTube.
In addition to the hosts, the event will also feature several other prominent anime creators, including Shabrazian and co-creator of the Aac podcast, Andrew Zween.
The event will take place at the San Francisco Bay Area Anime Expo on July 16 and 17, 2019.
This will be the second live event at Anime Central for AAC.
In 2014, Anime Club members were able to attend the San Diego Comic-Con and participate in a panel discussion hosted by Shabazz, where they discussed the influence anime has had on popular culture and the way it has influenced the world around it.
In 2015, attendees at Anime Festival in San Diego also had the opportunity at a live streaming event hosted by the AACE.
In 2017, the Anime Central event at Comic-con was also attended by fans.
It was also recently announced that AAC members will be able to join the ACA (an anime-focused club) in 2018.
This is a move that was not only welcomed by fans, but also made the hosts and AACA members feel more welcome.
This event, along with a new anime-inspired podcast, The Chase for Anime, will be available on July 20 and 21.
If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by the event to meet these two hosts and help them kick off the first AAC in over a decade! Posted by Kaiyoan Anime Club at 7:30 PM