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This looks just like my childhood but Asianer

This looks just like my childhood but Asian-er

The fine people at the San Francisco Bay Guardian have asked me to extend and invite to my dear readers (that means you dummy) for this excellent sounding event tonight.

20th Century Boys is a stirring action film based on the smash hit manga comic by Naoki Urasawa.  I don’t know shit about manga or much else in that last sentence, but I do know that the pre-party before watching the movie will have beer,Red Bull, and food!  And guess what?  All you gotta do is RSVP here.  You’re all invited to the pre-party and the first 75 people who show up get to continue on to see the movie for FREE.  Hell yeah!

It’s all going down at New People which is supposed to be a bad-ass new J-Pop cultural center in Japantown.  Don’t forget to RSVP!!!

Pre-Party and Movie Screening for 20th Century Boys
New People
1746 Post near Webster
[Japantown]
Thursday 12/17
6pm
FREE food, booze and more

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