So you just finished a grueling week of prelims and you can't find anything on the web besides pornography? Well, then you need to start looking for cool anime stuff.
Just type in http://www.ex.org/. This is an online anime and manga newsletter. On this site, you'll find reviews for all sorts of anime, as well as reviews for your favorite manga titles. They even take the time to review anime CDs and anime-related software and games. In the current issue, they give us one last look at some of the summer releases in Japan: Tenchi Muyo! Manatsu no Eve, End of Evangelion, Slayers Great, and more.
Couldn't get the items that you wanted from our CJAS auction? Got outbid every time? Or did you get everything at the auction and are looking for more stuff? Then go to http://www.animeplus.com/. This site is a great site to purchase stuff. They have everything from model kits to posters to CDs to videos and LDs. If you're looking for posters, you have to check this place out. They show you actual pictures of what you want to buy. Want Evangelion stuff? They've got tons of stuff. Get your kid sister some Tenchi Muyo! stickers.
Do you want to find info on your favorite series but don't even know where to begin to look? Then check out the Anime Web Turnpike at http://www.anipike.com/. You'll find links for almost every series available, and if you have a site that you'd like to add to the turnpike, then by all means go ahead and do it. This site is just over two years old, and it's still around because of continued support from anime fans.
To sum it all up, if you're looking for a particular series, it's there somewhere, and all it takes is a decent search engine. I'll leave you with one last site before I finish this article. If you're like me and you get frustrated when you go to a website and you find out that it's written in Japanese but your computer can't read the characters, then go to http://www.njstar.com.au/njwin/. Here, you'll find a program to help your computer recognize Chinese, Korean, or Japanese characters.