What are the best manga DVDs for an old school manga film collection?
'Akira' is the only one that springs to mind
Venus Wars is an excellent Manga anime. Great English dub, very good animation, lots of action, good dialogue and despite the sci-fi setting a reasonable amount of realism.
Patlabor 1 & 2 are great films.
Cyber City Oedo 808 and AD Police are great series.
Legend of the Four Kings is a great series. Good soundtrack and great story although the animation is a bit shabby in a few places I've seen much worse.
Bubblegum Crisis is a good series, one of the first I ever watched (though I only saw the first episode, I watched the rest of the series years later.
Project A-ko is fun and wacky.
Battle Angle Alita is a good one.
Ninja Scroll is a must have, as is Street Fighter 2.
A school library doesn't carry libraries... A school library, however, is likely to have a collection of books. The specific collection size depends on which school library you are referring to, since the number of books can vary substantially between schools. The best way to find out the answer to this question is to ask your school librarian.
Your best bet would be Tokyo Kid, in the Garage Mall, 36 JFK Street, Cambridge (near the Harvard Square T stop). It's pretty small, but it's PACKED with all kinds of anime/manga merchandise. They also have anime-related CDs, DVDs (including rentals), some manga, and Japanese snacks like Pocky and Ramune. The Garage Mall also has a Newbury Comics, which has a lot of anime DVDs as well as some manga and blind-box figurines, and an…