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DAS Spotlight for June 2006: Chris F.
First:Chris in part of the cosplay lineup at the DAS Cosplay Picnic. He won Judge's choice for 'Bad@ss' award!
Second: Chris in a group shot of our DAS Kanameiji Chapter.
He is telling all the ladies to come to him because not only is he a certified Bad@ss but he is our spotlighted member for June 2006! ^_~
- Name: Christopher Flagg (Kefka40)
- DAS Position/Role: Member, No official position, but I try to help out whenever needed
- Location: Phoenixville, PA
- What are your favorite animes, music, and Asian cinema?
Anime:Serial Experiments: Lain, Perfect Blue, Cromartie High School, Excel Saga, Battle Royale, Biozombie
Music 60's-80's mostly and ambient techno
- Hobbies outside of anime? Videogames (mostly RPGs, hooked on Final Fantasy XI online at the moment), ), Philosophy, Intelligent Discussion, Art, Cult/B-movies, British Comedy
- What do you like best about the DAS? A bunch of like minded people that get together, hang out, watch anime, play videogames, and generally have a good time
- What do you think the future holds for the DAS? As long as there's anime fans in the tri-state area, I do not see why the future wouldn't be positive for DAS.
- Do you cosplay? If so, what are your favorite costume(s) Not usually, but I just might for the picnic, you'll have to wait and see....
*Actually, Chris had a pretty cool costume at our Cosplay Picnic..see above. He won Judge's choice for 'Bad@ss" award! *
- Conventions attended and/or staffed?
- Have you ever named a pet/computer/insert word here after an anime or Asian character? If so, which and why? My old Dell computer is named Menchi because I was obsessed with Excel Saga back then.
- What theme or institution in anime should be decreased or increased and why? I think that drastically modifying the content of anime brought over to the states should be decreased as people only get part of the picture of what makes anime great. I think thinking people's anime like Serial Experiments: Lain should be increased as it makes people take anime more seriously and it makes people who watch it really reflect on whatever the central theme of the anime is and in the end, shapes their world view that much more.