http://www.animepast.net/
Welcome to the AnimePast tumblr blog! Here you'll find images from The Aging Otaku Lounge, a forum for older anime fans! We also post anything that relates to the anime fandom before 1999. Please check out the website link, and if you're an older fan, consider joining our forum community!

19th September 2014

Photoset with 2 notes

Tagged: dragon ballakira toriyama80smanga

19th September 2014

Post reblogged from Anime Past with 2 notes

Introduce Yourselves!

animepast:

image

If you have joined the forum in the past, please make sure to introduce yourselves and tell us a bit about your history with anime and where you are now as an older fan!  Don’t be shy now~  We’d all love to meet you.

If you haven’t joined yet, then what are you waiting for?! Please definitely check us out!

General Forum Guide

Link to Anime Past Forums!

Tagged: reblogsd gall force

19th September 2014

Photoset with 7 notes

Yume Senshi Wingman (1984)

Tagged: yume senshi wingmantoei animation80s anime80sanime

16th September 2014

Photo reblogged from YoakeLOGOS 夜明けλόγος with 6,905 notes

yoake74:

O.S.T. (Scattata con instagram)

yoake74:

O.S.T. (Scattata con instagram)

Tagged: anime ostsoundtrackscd

29th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from AnimedLife with 224 notes

animedlife:

If you recognize the items in these pics, you’re in the same club as me…

Sorry gang, we’re old…

For the younger otaku, the items here (top-to-bottom, left-to-right) are:

  • a pager
  • a rotary landline telephone
  • 3.5-inch floppy disk (holds 1.44MB! less than your average mp3)
  • a payphone
  • a Betamax video tape player
  • another style of pager

Tagged: 80s90s

25th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from CHILDINGS! with 168 notes

stoner-sunshine:

For the person who asked, here’s the Escaflowne VHS set. You can see the bit of sticker residue on volume 6. It’s not sticky at all and can be removed.

Like I said, I really wish I could keep the set because it has sentimental value, but I’m about to be moving in to a much smaller place and need to offload a lot of anime VHS and DVDs.

ETA: I had to special order these from Suncoast, every time I got paid from my part-time job I would drop something like $30 - $35 on one of these, and that’s how I watched the whole show. Anime used to be a much more expensive hobby than it is now.

Tagged: escaflowneanime vhs

25th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Vintage manga with 68 notes

vintagemanga:

Let’s have a game… with great mangaka and their respective wives !人気漫画家の妻です/ They are wives of these popular mangaka
Do you recognize them ? 
1- GEORGE Akiyama (ジョージ秋山 )
2- UMEZU Kazuo (楳図かずお )
3- MORITA Kenji  (森田拳次)
4- KAZUMINE Daiji (一峰大二 )
5- KAGEMARU Joya (影丸譲也 )
6- YASHIRO Masako (矢代まさこ )
7- NAGAI Go (永井豪 )
8- ISHINOMORI Shotaro (石森章太郎 / 石ノ森章太郎 )
9- TSUNODA Jirou (つのだじろう )
10- AKATSUKA Fujio (赤塚不二夫 )
11- FUJIKO Fujio (藤子不二雄 - 安孫子)
12- FUJIKO Fujio (藤子不二雄 - 藤本)
13- SAITO Takao (さいとうたかを )
14- CHIBA Tetsuya (ちばてつや )
15- KAWASAKI Noboru (川崎のぼる )
16- KUWATA Jiro (桑田二郎)
17- MIZUKI Shigeru (水木しげる )
18- TEZUKA Osamu (手塚治虫)
19- YOKOYAMA Mitsuteru (横山 光輝)

vintagemanga:

Let’s have a game… with great mangaka and their respective wives !
人気漫画家の妻です/ They are wives of these popular mangaka
Do you recognize them ?
1- GEORGE Akiyama (ジョージ秋山 )
2- UMEZU Kazuo (楳図かずお )
3- MORITA Kenji (森田拳次)
4- KAZUMINE Daiji (一峰大二 )
5- KAGEMARU Joya (影丸譲也 )
6- YASHIRO Masako (矢代まさこ )
7- NAGAI Go (永井豪 )
8- ISHINOMORI Shotaro (石森章太郎 / 石ノ森章太郎 )
9- TSUNODA Jirou (つのだじろう )
10- AKATSUKA Fujio (赤塚不二夫 )
11- FUJIKO Fujio (藤子不二雄 - 安孫子)
12- FUJIKO Fujio (藤子不二雄 - 藤本)
13- SAITO Takao (さいとうたかを )
14- CHIBA Tetsuya (ちばてつや )
15- KAWASAKI Noboru (川崎のぼる )
16- KUWATA Jiro (桑田二郎)
17- MIZUKI Shigeru (水木しげる )
18- TEZUKA Osamu (手塚治虫)
19- YOKOYAMA Mitsuteru (横山 光輝)

24th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Darling! with 18 notes

lummysalmon:

So earlier today in class I was bumming around on Toshio Furukawa’s (seiyuu for Ataru Moroboshi’s) Wikipedia page, and found out that up until 2008, he owned a pet Shih Tsu- which he actually named Ataru. I started tearing up~ I just think it’s so friggin’ sweet that he thought that much of Urusei Yatsura to name said dog after his own role.
Also. I did the math— he probably adopted “Ataru” around 1993… and that’s still seven years after the show ended.
Click here to go to Ataru’s tribute page and feast your eyes upon cute pictures of him and his owner and to try to decipher alot of japanese

lummysalmon:

So earlier today in class I was bumming around on Toshio Furukawa’s (seiyuu for Ataru Moroboshi’s) Wikipedia page, and found out that up until 2008, he owned a pet Shih Tsu- which he actually named Ataru. I started tearing up~ I just think it’s so friggin’ sweet that he thought that much of Urusei Yatsura to name said dog after his own role.

Also. I did the math— he probably adopted “Ataru” around 1993… and that’s still seven years after the show ended.

Click here to go to Ataru’s tribute page and feast your eyes upon cute pictures of him and his owner and to try to decipher alot of japanese

Tagged: toshio furukawaseiyuu

Source: birdfrappuccino

19th August 2014

Link reblogged from Reading Manga and Comics with 42 notes

Hagio Moto in Conversation with Tezuka Osamu (1977) →

hulkholt:

The following is a translation of a conversation between Tezuka Osamu and Hagio Moto, two giants of manga, which was published originally in 1977 in Special Issue New Review (Bessatsu shinhyo). It’s rather long, so I’m publishing just the first part of it here. I need to go back and do some…

Tagged: hagio mototezuka osamumanga70smanga creatorsmangaka

18th August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Otaku New Wave with 185 notes

otakunewwave:

Summer 1981: Comic Market 18 at Yokohama Sambo Hall.
Two days, 512 circles, 10,000 attendees.

Tagged: comiket80sjapananime conventioncosplaydoujinshi

13th August 2014

Photo reblogged from noise-wave with 320 notes

The infamous anime shower scenes!

The infamous anime shower scenes!

Tagged: animeshower scenes

2nd August 2014

Photoset reblogged from Manga for Grown Ass Women with 7 notes

mangaforgrownasswomen:

Manga Vizion, along with Animerica, was one of the few and best manga magazine offered in the U.S. back in the 90s.  This predecessor to Shonen Jump helped contribute to the rising popularity of anime and manga back during a time when people were still saying Japanamation. The cover above is from the series Black Jack by Osamu Tezuka (aka The God of Manga), who won the first ever Kondansha Manga Award for this amazing work.

Publication: Manga Vizion
Date: 1997
About The Magazine:
From Wiki:
Manga Vizion, sometimes misspelled Manga Vision, is a manga anthology introduced by VIZ in 1995. It is believed to be the first manga anthology published in the United States. The premiere issue was dated March 1995 and featured three series: The Tragedy of P, Samurai Crusader: The Kumomaru Chronicles, and Ogre Slayer. It ran for four years until it was canceled in 1999.

Tagged: manga vizionviz mediaviz publicationsmanga90sanimerica

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Welcome to My Wonderland~ with 11 notes

jagg17:

Remember when Nick Jr. used to be it’s own mini anime network, long before anime was even a thing?

jagg17:

Remember when Nick Jr. used to be it’s own mini anime network, long before anime was even a thing?

Tagged: 80s90scartoonsnickelodeonnick jr

27th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from MU'S LASERDISCS with 13 notes

Tagged: animeigoanime logoanime90s anime

22nd July 2014

Photo reblogged from The City of Monzville with 260 notes

monzo12782:

Cover to the July 1990 issue of Amazing Heroes, featuring Venus Wars by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko (YAS) to illustrate an interview with Toren Smith’s Studio Proteus.

monzo12782:

Cover to the July 1990 issue of Amazing Heroes, featuring Venus Wars by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko (YAS) to illustrate an interview with Toren Smith’s Studio Proteus.

Tagged: venus warsyoshikazu yasuhiko