Weekender

January 24, 2014 12:00 AM

Setsucon opens doors to fans of anime

This weekend, Penn State will host 2014 Setsucon. Now in its eighth year and hosted by the Penn State Anime Organization, the convention features Japanese traditional and pop culture such as anime (an abbreviated pronunciation of hand-drawn “animation”) and manga (Japanese comic books).

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