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Welcome to the new website for Anime Clubs Unite!  

ACU(Anime Clubs Unite). This is the premiere place for Anime Clubs from all over the world to talk about club issues  and help other Anime Fans start their own anime clubs, in short, network with other anime clubs.

We even have Reps from FUNimation and Right Stuf.

We are currently rebuilding our database of anime clubs and industry contacts, so please submit your anime club here and email us with industry contacts here.

Spring 2014

It’s been a while since we updated here, and we have been busy here at ACU. We are still alive and well, and taking club submissions.  We currently have 47 anime clubs in our directory.  If you haven’t added your club to our database, please do so as soon as possible!

Just in case you didn’t know, we also have a Facebook Page where members can network and participate in discussions. We also have a Yahoo Group where many topics are discussed at length!

We also wanted to share the latest anime chart from Neregate.comfor the Spring 2014 anime season. Enjoy!

Summer 2013 Anime!

Neregate.com puts out an awesome anime chart as images every new season airing in Japan. For example, here is the upcoming/current Summer 2013 Anime Lineup!
Just a slight warning on this site – it can contain some mature images, so browse carefully.

Also, another VERY helpful site is AnimeCalendar. It lists all anime and when it is airing in any given time zone (you can set). It’s really helpful for catching simulcasts!

So much anime!

If you find that there is a lot of anime you don’t know about, you can always look them up at My Anime List or Anime News Network. I find their information to be the most useful, and you can even sign up for an account and catalog your collection!

Having trouble keeping up?
Neregate.com puts out an awesome anime chart as images every new season airing in Japan. For example, here is the upcoming/current Spring 2013 Anime Lineup!
Just a slight warning on this site – it can contain some mature images, so browse carefully.

Also, another VERY helpful site is AnimeCalendar. It lists all anime and when it is airing in any given time zone (you can set). It’s really helpful for catching simulcasts.

I least try to watch one new anime per season, to keep myself current, but there is yet a lot of anime I have not seen!

These are websites members of my club find useful, and maybe yours will too!

–Jenn Gedonius
Japanese Anime People of Chicago