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Vol. 10, Issue 111 • Thursday, April 21, 2005
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MangaBento co-ordinator Scott Yoshinaga, left, and Audra Furuichi, frame and label artwork while the anime "Full Metal Panic? FUMOFFU" screens behind them. MangaBento, a local anime art club, will have its work on display at Kawaii Kon, Hawaii’s first-ever anime convention, set for this weekend.
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