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The Accolade

Gamma 1 (left) gets ready to defend himself as Son Gohan angrily charges up a ki blast in this artist rendering of a scene in the middle of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” a film released earlier this school year.

Latest movie installment of ‘80s Japanese anime, Dragon Ball, still ‘Super’

David Kim, Staff Reporter September 12, 2022

KA-ME-HA-ME-HA! That’s the signature attack that most protagonists in the Dragon Ball TV and movie series shout out loud before a shining whitish-blue beam obliterates the villain. But in the recently...

After Riot Games release of its Netflix exclusive animated series on Nov. 6, 2021, “Arcane” debuted at the top of the global Netflix TV show charts. Its nine episodes has triggered Accolade business manager Daniel Kong’s fond memories of playing and talking about League of Legends during his middle and high school years.

Last fall’s Netflix series, ‘Arcane,’ brings back exciting memories of my League of Legends days

Daniel Kong, Business Manager February 24, 2022

In August 2016, I stepped foot onto the Parks Junior High School campus in Fullerton for my first day of seventh grade.  Having previously attended Robert C. Fisler School from kindergarten to sixth...

An artist portrays some of the works eligible for an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature. The Academy Awards, however, snubbed Japanese works, “A Whisker Away” (left) and “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train,” (right) but gave a nod to “Shaun the Sheep the Movie: Farmageddon.”

The Academy Awards has a blind eye for animated visuals in diverse languages

Sydnee Tallant, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor April 24, 2021

I’ve been an anime fan since the summer of 2011.  “Sailor Moon” first intrigued me with its aesthetically pleasing introduction and entertaining episodes. The main character, Usagi Tsukino, and...

Cosplaying as the anime Demon Slayer Kanao Tsuyuri, sophomore Elisa Kho sits behind her table at artists alley Jan. 19 at Anime Impulse at the Fairplex in Pomona. This was the first time that Kho took her merchandise for sale at a convention, earning an undisclosed amount of money. Photo used with permission from Elisa Kho.

Sophomore draws away from the starving artist profile, earning four-digit figure from sales of her prints, buttons, charms

Hannah Kim, Special Sections Editor March 21, 2020

The starving artist. For stereotypical Asian parents aka Tiger Moms, their child should strive to attend an Ivy League university and pursue a career in the medical field or law, oftentimes steering...

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