source The next Web has compiled a list of anime fans that are a bit more than just fans.
Some of them have already become known in the anime community, and are now starting to find their way into mainstream pop culture.
For example, a new series titled “I Love Anime,” which aired on Netflix earlier this year, is set in the world of anime.
The first episode, which debuted last weekend, features a man named Tom who wants “to find the perfect anime show” but instead finds himself in a very peculiar situation.
It’s not just a good thing, it’s a bad thing.
It’s the story of Tom, who is living in the fictional town of Tokugawa, Japan, and his relationship with a woman named Ayumi.
While she is not a big fan of anime, Tom is not the only one.
There are other otaku in Tokugoya, and a few otaku with a more romantic interest.
One day, Tom encounters a strange woman named Miku.
After a brief encounter, they go to visit Ayumi, but they discover that Ayumi has a crush on Tom.
Tom finds out about Miku and discovers that he has been secretly dating Miku since the beginning of the series.
Tom and Miku are soon discovered by a mysterious man named Shikata, who also happens to be a member of the anime industry.
Shikka is a big Otaku fan and is a bit of a douchebag.
Tom and Mikuu’s friendship is ruined by Shikara.
In an attempt to redeem himself, Shikaga asks Tom if he would like to meet Ayumi and meet the man he loves.
Tom refuses, but Shikada says that if he doesn’t meet her, he will kill her.
Tom tries to fight Shikoka, but he is too late.
Shiki, a giant monster, attacks Tom and kills him.
The anime follows Tom and Ayumi as they try to survive the monster and their situation.
They are attacked by the monster’s tentacles and Shiki.
As Shiki tries to kill Tom, Tom, in his final moments, says that he will never forgive himself for being in love with Ayumi when he was only 13 years old.
The story is based on a manga published in 1988 by Osamu Tezuka, and is also based on the film, “The Return of the King.”