Otakus Unite! One LIFESTYLE One LOVE!

They called us geeks, dorks, dweebs, and other such derogatory type names in hopes to make us feel inferior. But seems the joke is indeed on them! We have invaded the mainstream media, we help control you’re TV, your entertainment, your reading habits and such. We’re spreading across the global more rapidly with each passing year.

We are the otaku; we are the ones that helped out with the audio and video departments, the cosplay events, the comicfests/conventions the gaming guilds. We volunteer when the “popular” trends don’t want to touch it. We may love anime, manga, figures, games, capsule toys. Pocky addictions and such.

But we’re also the ones people look more towards as well when it comes to the fun stuff as far as events go. Why? Because we’re not afraid to show who we are and what we are o-t-a-k-u.  Fanboys, Fangirls and yes -_-; even furries (DON’T SAY IT ! if its rude) seem to be more fun than your average because we like our shows we even at time emulate our fave characters or even take on some of their behavioral quirks from time to time depending on the situation.

We wished we had maid cafes in the U.S. and have photo events like that in akihabara and such. We want more events we want to spread the word of the otakuism, we are your past. Future and present.  We will be involved in your everyday aspect, and you won’t even know we’re there. Anyways, my day is done enjoy the segment and realize we outnumber you, just accept it.



  1. urbangeek08 · October 4, 2009

    I am proud to be a Otaku myself. Anime has a lot of lessons that you can learn from it. I wish the anime community was stronger where I live.

    • madarameharunobu · October 4, 2009

      Be the one to lead then. start your own group and maybe start a anime/manga coalition of sorts. make yourself heard, as well as being a voice for others of our kind.

  2. jl · October 4, 2009

    Yeah… Don’t ever tell that to Encyclopedia Dramatica.

    Heh, go there and check their entry for weeaboo.

    That, is sadly, how a good chunk of the nation still views us. Granted, this is also because that is sadly how numerous anime fans of the younger generations continue to portray themselves.

    • madarameharunobu · October 4, 2009

      I have about that place twice from you now. You mean to tell me there is an actual site regarding such topics?

  3. JL · October 4, 2009


    The search function works like a wiki. Type “weaboo”.


    • madarameharunobu · October 4, 2009

      Ah quite a rude definition toward otaku. But I can see where becoming an annoying know-it-all fanbeing could be quite an irritant. Good thing I guess that I don’t freq those type of establishments then. Not only that but 4chan? Please do I seem like the type of person that would use 4chan for anything?

  4. Phantomgrift · October 5, 2009

    What, you besmirch the name of 4chan!?

    Heh, considering how long they’ve been around, their almost as old as I am.
    Heed it’s siren-call! Give in to the awesome evil!
    They are everywhere, they are everyone, they are Anon!

  5. madarameharunobu · October 5, 2009

    …..seriously? You’re gonna jump on here and tell me you been at 4chan? Doooooood….for shame mang for shame. XD

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