Anime World Network

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oooh, orphan Template:Infobox Website Anime World Network (AWN) is an anime community website. AWN is a portal designed and conceived for newbie and young anime/manga enthusiasts to find a safe and nourishing environment for them to develop their interests and display their passion for everything anime. This haven was thought about after the AIC community declared closure of their website. When the closure was announced, there was a flurry of concern as to where would all the existing members go where they can enjoy talking about their common interests – Anime and Manga. Aftershock (Rorschach) and Cynogen then decided to put in their time and efforts to make a place where people of AIC could call home once again.

AWN, as the name suggests, does not restrict itself to just members of AIC or AAC, though it was started for that purpose. It welcomes anyone and everyone, the youth who are passionate or have a budding passion for everything anime/manga. All the management staff share common history – AIC – which stood for bring anime to the teenagers and youth who were not previously exposed to it. The site aims to carry forth this torch of goodwill to people like them world over.

The site, created from scratch by teenagers themselves, aims to address their anime and manga needs in the most satisfying manner possible. Allowing newbies a great way to enter into the world of anime and manga, learning about them and ‘basking in the path of the otaku’ is the very purpose of AWN. It is believed that passion makes one aspire a greatness generally inconceivable by the society. AWN aims to create a passion for that form of art which, like many, is inspired by life itself. Anime World Network is currently focuses mainly on providing all the necessary social networking features for anime fans to share, connect and enjoy anime.

History

Anime World Network was founded by Arijit Dey in May 25. When there initial Anime Social Networking Site AIC (Animax India Community) Declared Closure. When the closure was announced, there was a flurry of concern as to where would all the existing members go where they can enjoy talking about their common interests – Anime and Manga. Aftershock (Rorschach) and Cynogen then decided to put in their time and efforts to make a place where people of AIC could call home once again.

Features

Anime World Network stories related to anime and manga that are researched by the AWN staff. Other contributors, under staff discretion, also contribute news articles. Write Anime and Manga Reviews and various other things.

Forums

Forums are the public message boards. AWN's Forum is based on phpbb. There is a large variety of forums in which users can post, such as forums for general discussion, news, topics regarding the anime community, forums for casual conversation and lifestyle discussions, various types of role play, general entertainment, featured games, and artist discussions. Users may make threads in almost every forum, as long as they follow each forum's guidelines. Users also have the option to add polls to their thread. Posting and replying to threads, as well as voting in polls.

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