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Editors’ Note

Angelica Wallingford, Legend Editor-in-Chief

Angelica Wallingford

May 14, 2014

Last issue, we resurrected Legend at a time when everything was going digital. Now, it’s all about refining the publication and changing things up...

Beyond Anime-tion: It’s All Fun, Games and Revenge When Comic-Con Breaks Out the Anime

Angelica Wallingford

May 14, 2014

Cute little monsters that you capture and train, the alien hero who powers up to godlike status to save the world, a tentacle monster having relations with a scantily clad woman that is somehow related to her and giants robots. Those are typical anime stereotypes that are burned into people’s brains. However, over the years, anime has gone from a relatively obscure art form...

Evolution of the ‘Con’: How the Center of Nerd Culture Became a Phenomenon of its Own

Jennifer Manalili

May 14, 2014

  The lines are spiraling as the San Diego sun beats down on a couple thousand yards of tents that rest over a crowd that stretches behind the Convention Center toward the water. Thousands of people are standing in line. Many of them have been waiting since last night, some of them for days, huddled under the tent poles and amongst the white chain-linked crowd control...

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