[EVA] Where to find back-issues of Animerica, Newtype, etc?

R_J_N r_j_n at btopenworld.com
Thu Dec 17 17:51:42 EST 2009


There is an Allison Keith interview. It was during the initial (VHS) 
release. I have the mag somewhere....
RJN

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From: "V V" <frumious99 at yahoo.com>
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Subject: Re: [EVA] Where to find back-issues of Animerica, Newtype, etc?


Thank you. With that in mind, do we know what the important issues were? 
That is, off the top of your head, does anyone know which ones had Allison 
Keith interviews? I've heard there was one but haven't seen it (and she 
never gives interviews). Or Tiffany Grant ones, those are good too.

I remember seeing an old issue of Anime Insider where they actually had a 
professional psychologist analyze the characters (it matched my Psych of Eva 
panel pretty well; Asuka = Narcissistic, etc.)....but while my local 
libraries have a fairly good collection they only started saving things from 
2005 onwards.

Why Michigan? Where there?

--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Gwern Branwen <gwern0 at gmail.com> wrote:

From: Gwern Branwen <gwern0 at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [EVA] Where to find back-issues of Animerica, Newtype, etc?
To: "The english-language evangelion mailing list." 
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Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 1:13 AM

On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 8:02 PM, V V <frumious99 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Much has been said of back issues of Animerica with interviews, even just 
> stuff with the English dub cast, much less the Newtype Anno interviews.
>
> Where does one find back-issues of these? Certain major libraries hang 
> onto popular magazines for a time, I've checked and the universities in my 
> area don't (actually, my university anime clubroom has a cabinet that was 
> locked and then when we were transferring all the old VHS tapes to DVD, we 
> found it was FULL of NewType issues and old anime magazines from the 
> 1990's, but few were from when Eva was coming out)

You find them [Animerica] in libraries in Michigan, California, and
Australia (I am not even joking here). Of course, anyone sane or with
spare money will go buy back-issues, even at 5 or 6$ an issue.

V: I've been putting up, in my usual place, all the PDFs of the
Animerica articles etc. that I've been able to get.

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gwern
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