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Now that Anime Matsuri has come and gone, what is an otaku in Texas to do? The next big convention is months away, and you're itching to spend your next paycheck on some goodies. Or you went to Matsuri's massive dealers room, but were unable to locate that one figure you desperately wanted. There's always ebay, but you would need to search their huge number of auctions. You could also go with Google searches, but that's like searching for a needle in a haystack. Then there's The Anime Collectionary.

At first glance it appears to be another anime goods website. But then you start to notice the wide range of items listed. Once you are able to check out the different tabs, you will notice something very unique with this website, it's really a huge database for almost any anime related good you can think of. Not only that, once you find what you are looking for in the database, it actually searches for places where you can buy that item! Suddenly, hours, days, weeks, even months and years of searching are now over! Everything from figures, to DVDs, and even body pillows are searchable. You can also create custom collections to be searched on the website.

So if you've been looking for that hard to find figure, or just really want a unique item from your favorite anime, The Anime Collectionary is the perfect place to start your search. You can also check out their Facebook pageand on Twitter. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter for more information on anime and gaming news and events in Houston.

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