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    Default AMV Minis Challenge #6: The 90s

    AMV Minis Challenge #6: The 90s
    Entry Period: Aug 21 - Sept 17

    Let's take a blast back into the past for challenge number 6!
    For this challenge, you must use BOTH an anime and audio source that are from the 1990s.
    If you use a source that crosses decades, please use only parts (or at least MOSTLY the parts) that originally premiered during the 90s*.

    *For anime sources we will go by the original Japanese air date.
    You can look up a list of anime that qualifies here: http://www.animenfo.com/release/index.php?d=199000
    Just change the dropdown box for the year AND month to browse.

    Before creating your video, please be sure to read over the following page, which details the rules and explains how to submit your video:
    http://www.amvhell.com/showthread.php?27304

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    I get the feeling there will be a lot of entries using Evangelion, Trigun, and Cowboy Bebop lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by hosokawa37 View Post
    I get the feeling there will be a lot of entries using Evangelion, Trigun, and Cowboy Bebop lol
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    Words cannot express how frustrating it is to be ****ed out of using a source because it's a year or two off...

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    I only saw JEM in the early 90's, along with Bravestar, He-Man and Bionic Six, yet...from the 80's...
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    Durn, soon as I saw the title I was all "I can do something with Zettai Boei Leviathan!" But then I saw the post and was all "awwwwwwww....." Leviathan looks like it's a 90's anime, but it's from this year :|

    *edit* does it still count if it started airing in 1999, but finished in 2000?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedarkmessenger View Post
    does it still count if it started airing in 1999, but finished in 2000?
    This is addressed in the post.
    "If you use a source that crosses decades, please use only parts (or at least MOSTLY the parts) that originally premiered during the 90s"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarxrax View Post
    This is addressed in the post.
    "If you use a source that crosses decades, please use only parts (or at least MOSTLY the parts) that originally premiered during the 90s"
    oh, I thought that meant something else. Sorry :B

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    Gah seems like a lot of the animes I have which I thought were 90's are either a lot more recent or from the 80's...going to have to do some searching for this one
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    Can we use HD versions of shows? When Said 90's shows didn't obviously have HD?
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    They're putting everything on remastered Blu-Ray discs these days, Fluffy.


    Last edited by Haar; 08-21-2013 at 08:06 PM.

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    I have a very good idea... But I don't have the internet to download the material... DAMN YOU SUMMER HOUSE!!!!

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    not only does the anime need to be fron the 90's but the audio does aswell this is going to be hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Fluffykins View Post
    Can we use HD versions of shows? When Said 90's shows didn't obviously have HD?
    Yes of course, as long as its just remastered and not a complete remake or something.

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    I have a very good idea... But I don't have the internet to download the material... DAMN YOU SUMMER HOUSE!!!!I have a very good idea... But I don't have the internet to download the material... DAMN YOU SUMMER HOUSE!!!!
    Depending on the show, you might be able to pick up a physical video of it. Some 90s shows can still be found on DVD, second-hand stores can provide a surprisingly good haul (several near where I live even have dedicated anime sections), and the Amazon Marketplace can turn up some good bargains too.
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