These generous sponsors help keep POWA running. As a POWA Member, you will get to reap the benefits. Provide your POWA membership card where discounts are available.
AnimeLab is a dedicated Anime video platform, based exclusively in Australia and New Zealand! We stream 330+ series, old and new, plus offer simulcast series every season, so you can keep up to date with the latest series direct from Japan! AnimeLab also offers both a Free and Premium option, and when you sign up for a premium account as a club member, we offer you a special discount!
Crunchyroll is a leading global destination and platform for Japanese anime and Asian content. Crunchyroll delivers more than 25,000 episodes and 15,000 hours of officially-licensed content from leading Asian media producers directly to viewers translated professionally in multiple languages within minutes of TV broadcast, through applications including Crunchyroll for iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle, Windows Phone, Playstation®3, Playstation®4, Playstation®Vita, Xbox LIVE® on Xbox 360 and Xbox One, AppleTV, Roku, Nintendo WiiU, Internet-enabled TVs, set-top boxes, and more.
Hanabee Entertainment was founded in early 2012 and since then has become a household name to thousands of anime fans, having been responsible for the acquisition, production, sale and distribution of a plethora of high profile pop-culture and anime titles.
A licensing company specialising in anime and pop-culture related programs, Hanabee seeks to bring new releases along with their creative cultures to Australian and New Zealand shores.
The mecca of mecha. Established in 2014, Little Robot specialises in Mecha, Anime and Sci-Fi kits ranging from Gundam to Evangelion to Star Wars. We stock the biggest range of Gundam kits in WA and also have a specialised tools and parts area. POWA members get 5% off plus 10% store credit in our loyalty program.
Madman is Australia’s leading independent theatrical, home entertainment distribution and rights management company, specialising in the wholesale distribution of DVD and BLU RAY product into sales channels throughout Australia and New Zealand. We’re passionate about what we do, and that’s the secret behind sourcing compelling content that makes our fans laugh, cry, and rave to their friends about what they’ve seen.
The Nostalgia Box is Australia’s first and only Video Game Console Museum. It offers a fun, unique experience for visitors to learn about the history of video games. Uncover some old friends, fun facts and unexpected creations as you explore the museum. Square off in some of the most popular games in the Games Area, such as Pong, Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros and many more. Come relive your childhood and share these magical moments with the little ones.
As a long-standing independent player in Australia’s home video and film industry, Siren Visual is committed to releasing provocative, genre-defining anime and film and titles. Our broad catalogue covers the breadth of action, slice of life and horror anime and a variety of cult animation. Not limited by style or genre Siren champions dynamic, unequivocal and often unapologetically unique releases. Actively supporting Anime culture is a key focus for Siren, regularly bringing to light works that would otherwise go unseen in our country.
The ECU Student Guild is an independent and student-run organisation focussed on delivering relevant services to students, standing up for your interests at ECU, and promoting social inclusion, diversity and representation for all. We are run by students, for the students!
Our Guild Offices are located across the Joondalup, Mount Lawley and Bunbury campuses.