A documentary that explores the life styles of various otakus in Japan. Various interviews are given to selected otakus who express how interesting it is to be an otaku as oppose to not being one at all. Along with various shots of various Japanese city landscapes and the inside of an average otaku home from rooms filled with videos, models, and the latest in technology.
What happens when a group of Anime fans are forced to fight for their lives against an army of undead vampires?
A hilarious mockumentary featuring an animated tale of an average person who slowly becomes an otaku (obsessive fanatic) and eventually becomes the "Otaking"! Between story segments, live action interviews with fictional die-hard otakus take place.
True Otaku: The Documentary is a feature film by otaku, for otaku, about otaku. True Otaku is an intimate look at mid-Atlantic American fans of Japanese popular culture. The goal of the film is to explore, document, and celebrate the rich diversity of America's true otaku community.
Otaku Unite! is a feature-length documentary on the history of Japanese animation fandom in the United States: from the importation of anime in the early 60s to the current boom in both the visibility and accessibility of its accompanying fandom.
College student Mutou Ookawa catches a glimpse of Ametani Yuiko, his co-worker from a former part-time job and falls immediately in love. Summoning up his courage, he eventually confesses his feelings to her and she responds “…but I’m a fujoshi.” Mutou not having the slight clue what “fujoshi” means, immediately responds “That’s OK!”
Takahiro Abe, a regular high school boy, has a crush on Rumi Asai, who happens to be a hardcore, yaoi-loving, otaku-ish fujoshi. Her biggest fantasy is Abe and Shunsuke Chiba, the handsome class playboy, having homosexual affairs. To make things more complicated, Yōko Matsui, class babe, accidentally reveals herself as an otaku-in-closet, and befriends Asai... more so than your regular girl-girl friendships.
Live action film based on the popular webcomic.
Endo, a member of FIGHTING EXPRESS, is well known as the strongest member. However, he is usually just a groupie hanging around an idol, Fuka (acted by Aya Kiguchi)... Finding out there's a devilish group stalking her, he draws fully upon the strength of the Akiba-kei Otaku's "pure love action" in order to save her!
Two fans about Japan animation fight against each other to demonstrate who knows best about it.
This Is Otakudom, created by No.N.D.E. Fanfilms, is a widely-distributed anime fandub and a popular example of fan parody that satirizes the foibles of American anime fans.
Live-action adaptation of a madcap manga about art, opposites, love and a whole lot of cosplay.
After discovering that they work at the same company, a gaming crazed otaku and a fujoshi reunite for the first time since middle school. After some post-work drinking sessions they begin dating, but will it be a perfect relationship for the two?