the orange summer mirage...
Welcome to my homepage. This page is composed of links I have found on the web. My main interest in going on the Web is to visit anime pages and gather anime information and look at nifty anime graphics. For those who don't know, anime is Japanese animation. Click here for more information on what anime is.
As you can see, one of my favorite anime series is Kimagure Orange Road, and my favorite anime character is Ayukawa Madoka, the lead female character in that series. Orange Road is the best! Want to know why it is the best? Check out the testimonials given by me and all these other hard KOR fans ^_^
Click on Madoka to see another great picture of this anime beauty! Click on "Kimagure
Orange Road" for series information.
Best viewed on 800x600 or higher.
This page was last updated on November 20th, 1998.
I will put up a "what's new" section if people request it. I resist inserting little pictures that say "new".
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anime website index
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Table of Contents
|Indices||Dealers||Kimagure Orange Road||Other Series|
|Homepages||Anime Related||Galaxy Fraulein Yuna||Info Stuff|
|Languages||Save Our Sailors||Magic Knight Rayearth||Anime Ring|
|Fan Art||Japanese Interests||Maison Ikkoku||Reviews|
My Orange Triangle Pages
Kimagure Orange Road © Izumi Matsumoto/Shueisha*NTV*TOHO
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At last- a mangazine containing manga (Japanese comics) translated in ENGLISH! Made with a stack of rough newsprint paper, just like the Japanese ones. Support English translated manga by subscribing today!
MixxZine is a mixed mangazine with both shoujou (girls') and shounen (boys') manga stories. The mangas currently serialized in MixxZine are:
MAGIC KNIGHT RAYEARTH
If you want to talk about anime with me you can now do so on my web message board
These links are for non-commercial fan subtitled anime only;
See the Dealers section for commercial companies.
CINEMA: My favorite moments of Maison Ikkoku
A guide to my favorite scenes from Maison Ikkoku. Lots of screens from throughout the 96 episode series!
The Voice of Reason: Fuu Hououji Shrine
A character shrine dedicated to my favorite Magic Knight fromMagic Knight Rayearth- Find out why I Luv FUU through pictures! Includes an original poem inspired by the lovable Fuu.
Lil' Ole Me
A small self-intro page I did for the CLAMP Mailing List / Magic Knight Rayearth Mailing List Webring. Tune in for some inane ramblings. If you're looking for a picture of me, you can forget it : )
GeoCities Anime Project -index of the 18 gazillion anime sites in GeoCities
Kimagure Orange Road
These KOR links, together with the indices above, should provide access to all of KOR-dom on the Web. If I missed any good KOR links that's off the beaten track that I don't know of, please let me know.
Galaxy Fraulein Yuna
This is a cool series, with lots of cute anime girls, a lightening fast plot, excellent animation and many funny scenes. Be sure to watch it!
Tsunami Anime (of San Jose State University, my school)
site is owned by David Hsing.
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Highway 61 is a "meta-search" site. Your search will be sent to a number of Internet search engines and the results will be compiled into a single page with ranked results. A REAL multiple search -- no more pages with separate searches and results! Really cool, try it! (Try typing things like "how to build vinyl modelkits")
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|Chibi Madoka-chan||Chibi Kyousuke-kun||Chibi Hikaru-chan|
|he? nani sore?||nan desu ka, Hikaru-chan?||daaaaling!!... hontou desuka!?|
This document was done initially in 1024x768 resolution using large screen fonts, but is designed (supposedly, no lawsuits please) to be viewable under 800x600 resolution. I wonder how many people actually read fine prints on webpages. Maybe I ought to do a survey on that.
send comments and suggestions to Cefiro@geocities.com