Show #87 – An Interview with Tom Wayland

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OP & ED: Pokemon theme songs in Hindi

An interview with Tom Wayland at Otakon 2011. Tom has worked at Central Park Media and 4Kids, dubbing anime since before DVDs were invented. We talk to him about his recent work on cartoons made (in English) for India.

From the Otakon press release:

Tom has produced and/or directed hundreds of anime programs such as Now & Then, Here & There, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Alien Nine, The World of Narue, Ichi the Killer, Mew Mew Power, Magical Do Re Mi, and GI Joe and currently serves as the voice director on the hit series Pokemon.

Tom is also a very busy voice actor having appeared in hundreds of titles currently airing on Cartoon Network, Fox, WB, Nickelodeon or available on DVD including Yugi-oh 5Ds as Crow, Lester, and Nervin, GI Joe as Stormshadow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as Jammerhead, Pokemon as Flint, Reggie, Arceus, and numerous creatures, Ikki Tousen as Kakuton, Three Delivery, Yugi-oh GX, Chaotic, One Piece, Mew Mew Power, Knight Hunters, Genshiken, Gokusen, and keep an ear out for his latest work as one of the lead characters – Finn in Tai-Chi Chasers.

Show #86 – Live at Mike Toole’s Party Otakon 2011

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Audio from @michaeltoole’s party on Thursday night of Otakon, featuring @elliotpage and @DanielBriscoe and sometimes @colonydrop (OK, only one member of Colony Drop).

This is not our greatest show, and it’s unedited, but you get the exact verbatim experience of what it is like to talk to Erin at a party.

I’m releasing a bunch of shows to try and beat Anime World Order to episode 100.

This podcast is about:

Show #85 – Unusual Manga Genres Otakon 2011 Edition

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Music:
ED: “Happy Happy Dance” Translated poorly from Japanese Wikipedia: 作詞:森雪之丞/作曲:池毅/編曲:石田勝範/歌:YASU… Lyrics: Yuki Mori this Chengyan / Composer: Takeshi Pond / Arrangement: Katsunori Ishida Song /: YASU

My Unusual Manga Genres Panel from Otakon 2011!!! Hooray! I’ve been trying for five years to do this panel at Otakon:

Obviously there are a bunch of slides that go with this. You can follow along on a PDF, which I will have uploaded here.

Very ambitious “time rich” listeners are encouraged to cut a movie to the podcast and make it an mp4 that’s ipod/iphone compatible. Email me at ninjaconsultant (at) gmail (dot) com and I’ll hook you up with the slides as images.

Pro Golfer Saru OP:

Cooking Papa OP:

We are not going to AnimeNext, but Otakon and AWA for sure

Ugh, I haven’t podcast in forever! Well, you can at least expect an Otakon podcast coming up.

FYI, we are not going to AnimeNext this year. Since it moved deeper into Jersey it’s too much of a commitment.

My "Unusual Manga Genres" panel was finally accepted at Otakon!!! Hooray! I’ve been trying for five years to do this panel at Otakon:

We’ll let you know the time of the panel as soon as we know.

We also have three panels accepted for Anime Weekend Atlanta. They don’t seem to have a snappy logo yet.

Show #84 – Walter Amos on Hetalia

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Music:
OP: “Johnny Be Good” as sung by the Sex Pistols on the album The Great Rock and Roll Swindle
ED: Hetalia end theme as sung by America

Recorded at Genericon 2011. Posted with the permission of Walter Amos. Mr. Amos describes how anime has gotten high school girls into one of his favorite historical topics, the Prussian Empire.

We all learned a lot about Frederick the Great, who was totally amazing and probably gay. He had a terraformed garden like Nausicaa’s, popularized the potato to help keep German people from starving, composed flute sonatas, and did tons of other great stuff socially and economically which you’ll hear about in Amos’s amazing lecture.

Show #82 – Scott Pilgrim


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Show #082 – Direct Download:

OP: "We Are Sex Bob-Omb" by Sex Bob-Omb from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
ED: "Scott Pilgrim" by Plumtree from the album Predicts the Future

More links to come. Probably.

  • Edgar Wright directed Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Spaced, and Scott Pilgrim, all worth watching.
  • That Comics Journal Article
  • The Day the Universe Changed with James "What’s His Dink" Burke
  • The "Grups" article
  • The NPR "Death of the Hipster" interview
  • The blu-ray is available now!
  • There’s like a 20 minute discussion of Juno
  • "At nice the ice weasels come"
  • Noah is the only person who likes the movie Hackers
  • We both fucking love Napoleon Dynamite
  • Noah is upset that that I gave Sekirei Rental Shelf instead of Perishable.
  • I love Summer Wars, Gerald didn’t – can we trust him about Tron Legacy?
  • Our image of the average weekly manga-ka has been making the rounds
  • Article: People under (or over) 30 won’t understand Scott Pilgrim
  • Miracle on 34th Street was originally released in May
  • An Open Letter to James Cameron – about visaual effects studios putting themselves out of business.
  • Moon is a totally sweet indy sci-fi film

Show #81 – Otakon 2010

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Music: The Yoshida Brothers (who were guests at Otakon 2010, and I really ought to have gone to that concert)

Starring podcast superstars:

Daryl, Clarissa, and Gerald of Anime World Order and Dave and Joel from Fast Karate.

At 23:20, we Erin interviews Ed Chavez of Vertical Inc. (and the MangaCast) about the sales of Chi’s Sweet Home.

Also starring:

David Cabrera of Subatomic Brainfreeze and Colony Drop, Evan Minto from Ani-Gamers and Tyler from the Rangercast.

There are two other people in this show, and I’ve forgotten their names (again).

Part of the show is devoted to discussing a single issue of Ageha magazine (pictured above).

MangaNext 2010 Panels! ANNCast Halloween Episode!

OMG we’re really busy this Halloween! Noah and I appeared on the ANNCast with Jason Thompson and you should go and check it out!!

And I’m an industry guest at MangaNext this weekend!! You should check out the con schedule. All my panels are on Saturday and I won’t be at the con on Friday. Looks like there’s even a MangaCast panel!

So anyway I’m also a “Success Story” in the Nov/Dec Weight Watchers magazine. I didn’t pick the clothes, they didn’t ask to straighten my hair, and the first person story wasn’t written by me at all! Instead they hobbled together interview quotes, getting the chronology of my story backwards in the process. They also mis-report my wedding dress as having “trousers underneath” which is absolutely not true.