ANNCast My Neighbor Tatara
by Zac Bertschy & Justin Sevakis, Sep 18th 2009
ANNCast Episode 006 - My Neighbor Tatara
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I wasn't kidding about the "more" part! Before all that, Justin and I chat about the unspoken rules of interacting with industry types, and then have a frank and honest discussion about some of Justin's deep-seeded psychological issues. No seriously! That actually happens!
At the end of the show it's all Twitter questions all the time. Check it out! You can't not listen to this episode!!
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NSFW Language Warning: There's swearing in this episode and a few blue gags you might find offensive if you're wimpy about stuff like that. Just sayin'.
ANNCast Episode 005 Breakdown
00:00 BRAND NEW Disclaimer!
00:16 Host Intros
00:52 Zac is a Lennon, not a McCartney
1:33 Tips for interacting with the American and Japanese anime industry folk
9:33 Justin never wants anyone's signature, ever
12:29 BREAK! An important message, too!
12:57 Peter Tatara Intro
13:08 NYAF and NYCC combine to form...
16:13 This year's NYAF: Tomino & AKB48
17:40 by far the filthiest thing ever discussed on this show
18:03 The audience for AKB48
20:30 Dealing with Japanese management and their wacky demands
24:44 What Peter Tatara can't wait for: cake, I guess
28:54 Twitter questions: Shonen Jump de-manlifying their comics, sports anime that doesn't do so well, anime series that need more exposure, neoconservative anime fans and the best movies 'n TV of 2009 so far.
Have questions for the ANNCast crew? Tweet 'em to @ANNZac! Or check out the community forums thread about the show, or send email questions to zac@animenewsnetwork dot com!
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