Back in April 2012, Australia's new anime distributor Hanabee had its public launch. At the time, the company's founder Eric Cherry mentioned that he wanted to make the Australian anime market a more interesting one
, and I think it is fair to say that was exactly what he has achieved over the past 11 months. What followed the launch was the development of Hanabee's very popular Facebook page
, the running of a well-loved special event that was the Toradora!
Maid Café, the launch of the company's website
and of course the release of many quality anime titles that cater to the tastes of different anime lovers.
To celebrate the first anniversary of Hanabee's public launch, Eric and his team have given ScreenAnarchy around $1000 worth of great prizes to give away to our Aussie readers:
1st Prize (One very lucky winner): ALL of the Hanabee's releases shown in the picture above, which include the terrific Toradora!
, the unique Alien 9
, the bizarre Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack
, plus other fan favorites such as Bodacious Space Pirates
, Arakawa Under the Bridge
, Ef: A Tale of Memories
and Bakemonogatari (Part One)
, and more. The winner will get to choose either DVDs or Blu-rays for releases that are available in both formats.
2nd Prize (Five lucky winners): Each winner will receive a $60 gift voucher to spend on the Hanabee website.
How to enter: This is what you have to do:
1. Visit ScreenAnarchy's and Hanabee's Facebook pages and 'Like' both of them, and;
2. Email the following to me at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Your postal address,
Your answer to the question: In 35 words or less, tell us which of Hanabee's releases do you want to win the most, and why,
Your choice of DVDs or Blu-rays if you are to become that very lucky winner of the 1st prize.
The competition will close at 5pm on Monday April 15, 2013 (exactly one year since Hanabee's public launch last year). And sorry, but this competition is open to Australian residents only.
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