ANNCast
Now Macias, Now You Don't

by Zac Bertschy and Justin Sevakis, Sep 3rd 2010


ANNCast Episode 049 - Now Macias, Now You Don't

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Everything's back to normal this week, and we open up with a brief discussion of some junky old OVA laserdiscs Justin bought and then get into Project A-Ko, which Zac has somehow never seen. Then it's on to some listener emails, which we've been neglecting for months; dub fealty, ANN's growth and more!

Then Patrick Macias, editor-in-chief of Otaku USA, author of a whole bunch of books and also this blog right here, joins us to talk about how things are going at Otaku USA, his favorite anime, his time in Japan and what sort of anime just isn't really being made anymore. Then it's Twitter time! ENJOY!



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NSFW Language Warning: Some cursing. Not too much. You'll be OK, I promise.

ANNCast Episode 49 Breakdown

00:20 Host introductions, Justin's old laserdiscs, and Project A-Ko

11:30 Listener emails!

22:35 Patrick Macias introduction, his long career and how things are going at Otaku USA

34:35 Ye olden times of Animerica

42:00 Patrick's taste in anime and how they just don't make 'em like they used to

52:10 Twitter time! How to write for Otaku USA, Patrick's Most Dangerous writers, tokusatsu coverage and more!

And that's it! See you next week!

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!

Special thanks to Phillip Harrington for designing and creating the ANNCast logo.


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