If we don't know where it belongs, it belongs here...
Little pictures from Assembler and Sailor Moon...
All the scans here were made by the AFS, from the CAV
Nuku Nuku Phase-0II Laserdisc (Japanese Import).
Special thanks to Kurt Williams and his WunderAmiga.
|Kyouko-san and Godai-kun from Maison Ikkoku.|
|Kyouko looking out a window... sigh...|
|A closeup of Himiko Se, the spirtualist who narrates the Vampire Princess Miyu OAVs.|
|Artwork from the Vampire Princess Miyu laserdisc cover.|
|Painted artwork from Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket. Chris (the woman), Al (the kid) and Bernie.|
|A Gundam placemat. Shameless merchandising for Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory.|
|This picture of Captain Harlock has an interesting history. It was found in Quebec city, as a poster advertising an experimental music session at a local church basement. Arigato, Ted!|
Arcadia of My Youth
Gomen. It's the best we could find... Matsumoto artwork isn't as easy to come by as Ah! My Goddess, you know.
|A Macross poster, featuring Minmei (space woo-woo), and just about everyone else from the first series.|
|Noa from Patlabor, sitting on the head of one of the police labors (robots to non-Patlabor fans).|
|Artwork from Patlabor. A labor and a purple-haired woman. Possibly the cover to the original Patlabor OVA #4.|
|Artwork from Vampire Hunter D: D and a woman (Doris?). The character designs for the anime were done by Yoshitaka Amano, and these pictures are fine examples of his artistic talent. The anime itself is only average, however, and the Streamline Pictures dub is quite bad. It is an interesting film to watch though.|
|More art from Vampire Hunter D. A black and white portrait of D himself.|