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      Kyoto Animation burned—34 people died

      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-49027178
      https://edition.cnn.com/2019/07/18/a...hnk/index.html
      https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...-a9010011.html
      https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...-studio-kyoto/
      https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/17/w...on-studio.html

      Let's have a moment of silence for all the victims. I am sure we will all remember everything they have created. I think this is a really tragic event for the whole anime community. Rest in peace.



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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      I've read somewhere that Sentai Filmworks has put together a collection for the family affected by this.
      I also believe that the guy that did this should go down for a very long time and never see the light of day again.
      Last edited by Elgood81; 07-20-2019 at 02:10 AM.


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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      "The man suspected of carrying out an arson attack on a prominent animation studio in Kyoto, killing 33 people, has told police that he started the fire because the company stole his novel, investigative sources have told the Mainichi Shimbun."

      "Investigators, however, have been unable to confirm the alleged theft, and Kyoto Prefectural Police suspect that the man held a grudge against the company as a result of his one-sided view. "

      "Investigative sources said the man suspected of carrying out the attack is aged 41 and is believed to live in an apartment in Saitama's Minuma Ward north of Tokyo. He reportedly had gotten involved in an incident in the past that resulted in him going into a private rehabilitation facility in Saitama Prefecture. He had never worked at Kyoto Animation, and no clear point of connection between him and the animation studio has been found."



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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      Quote Originally Posted by Elgood81 View Post
      I've read somewhere that sendai has put together a collection for the family affected by this.
      I also believe that the guy that did this should go down for a very long time and never see the light of day again.
      Do you have a link to the collection?



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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      EDIT: Please, use the direct method instead of the fundraiser, is it goes directly to Kyoto Animation without any middle-men.

      Here are the details:
      http://www.kyotoanimation.co.jp/information/?id=3075
      https://www.forbes.com/sites/laureno.../#637047607cb2

      Last edited by unoduetre; 07-27-2019 at 08:13 PM.



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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      aw geez

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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      I donated, it's impressive that the anime community has come together and in the two days that sentai filmwork's go fund me has been active that it's raised 1.7 million dollars
      I doubt kyoani will accept the donations and we'll all get refunds but I'd rather see kyoani get back on their feet and the families for the 33 killed and however many where injured looked after.


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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      Quote Originally Posted by Elgood81 View Post
      I donated, it's impressive that the anime community has come together and in the two days that sentai filmwork's go fund me has been active that it's raised 1.7 million dollars
      I doubt kyoani will accept the donations and we'll all get refunds but I'd rather see kyoani get back on their feet and the families for the 33 killed and however many where injured looked after.
      Yes, it's very impressive!



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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      T_T what an awful thing, 33 people, I was shocked when I have heard about it, some people are so horrible...
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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—33 people died

      Very sad when I heard about it on Twitter. I'm glad you can purchase digital things directly from them to support the losses.

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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—34 people died

      Please, use the direct method instead of the fundraiser, as it goes directly to Kyoto Animation without any middle-men (besides banks) profiting from your donations.

      Here are the details from the Kyoto Animation official website:
      http://www.kyotoanimation.co.jp/information/?id=3075
      https://www.forbes.com/sites/laureno.../#637047607cb2



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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—34 people died

      You go into work, the last thing on your mind is it will be your last day, it is hard to know what to say to be honest.
       

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      RIP
       

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      Re: Kyoto Animation burned—34 people died

      All victims have now been identified. The names of some of the victims have been made known to the general public.

      https://www.cartoonbrew.com/rip/kyot...ms-177944.html


      Yasuhiro Takemoto, 47 (director of Lucky Star, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, Hyouka)
      Futoshi Nishiya, 37 (character designer and chief animation director on the Free! franchise, A Silent Voice, Liz and the Blue Bird; animation director on The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (2009), Kanon)
      Yoshiji Kigami, 61 (mentor of Kyoto Animation; worked as a storyboard artist, unit director and animator on most Kyoto Animation works; key animator on Akira, Grave of the Fireflies, Space Adventure Cobra)
      Junichi Uda, 34 (key animator on Hyouka and Nichijou — My Ordinary Life)
      Sachie Tsuda, 41 (finish animation on Free! — Iwatobi Swim Club, Pokémon 3: The Movie: Entei — Spell of the Unown, Hyouka)
      Mikiko Watanabe, 35 (art director on Amagi Brilliant Park, Beyond the Boundary; background artist on many Kyoto Animation productions)
      Yuki Omura, 23 (new hire at the studio, no credits yet)
      Yuka Kasama, 22 (new hire at the studio, no credits yet)
      Ami Kuriki, 30 (key animator on Liz and the Blue Bird, Violet Evergarden, Myriad Colors Phantom World)
      Keisuke Yokota, 34 (production manager over many Kyoto Animation works)

      Rest in peace.



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