by Zac Bertschy, Gia Manry and Justin Sevakis, Jul 15th 2011
ANNCast 082 - Jimkata
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We start out this week by chatting with Gia Manry and rookie ANN critic Rebecca Silverman about the summer season, which you probably expected! Warning: there's a lot of complaining and disgusted noises because there were a lot of really groan-worthy shows this time around. Hey, it happens.
Then returning champion Jim Vowles from Otakon stops on by to talk about Anime Expo, AM2, and more importantly, the show he's actually volunteering for and has been for a very long time, Otakon! We talk about their guests, what they have going on that's new, policy changes, and of course, the neverending beef between west coast and east coast anime con attendees. That beef is neverending, for serious.
It's a fun show, c'mon in!!
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NSFW Language Warning: Some swearing, just enough to make you blush.
00:30 Summer season chat with Gia and Rebecca!
03:00 We talk about Usagi Drop here and we hedge around the big spoiler and don't actually spoil it so now you know
17:40 Jim Vowles introduction and AX chat
32:50 AM2 chat as well! Fancy that!
38:30 Otakon! Their biggest guests and what's new for this year, plus Viz Media and their relationship with their core audience
51:50 Will there be people guarding the fire alarms this year?
1:00:10 East versus West: The Eternal Feud
01:04:10 Twitter time! Baltimore as the hub of east coast congoing and more!
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!
Theme Song: "Bucharest" by The New Division. Check them out on iTunes!
Special thanks to Phillip Harrington for designing and creating the ANNCast logo.
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