ANNCast
Tarboxed and Feathered

by Zac Bertschy, Oct 28th 2011


ANNCast 094 - Tarboxed and Feathered

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First up: apologies for the unplanned hiatus last week, but we're all good through the next couple months! Justin and Zac shoot the breeze about some ANN business, and then it's all awful blurays and the winter 2011 movie season.

Then our guest shows up - longtime industry veteran Jonathan "Jake" Tarbox tells the story of his career up to this point, including his stint at Raijin Comics and DC Comics' short-lived manga imprint CMX, and then takes your questions via Twitter. You can't go wrong!

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NSFW Language Warning: A spoonful of swearing helps the medicine go down.

ANNCast Episode 94 Breakdown

00:30 Host introductions, Official Site Business and Announcements!

04:21 INTERSTELLA 5555 on bluray and the inevitable PTSD

07:46 Funico stuff

12:43 A little twitter: Halloween favorites and the Fall 2011 movie schedule!

23:30 Jonathan Tarbox introduction and his early career

28:36 Jonathan leaves the NFL to nearly get whacked by the man running Shonen Jump

35:00 Raijin Comics

46:00 The early days of CMX

51:10 Obviously we have to talk about Tenjho Tenge

59:39 The modern world of professional freelance

01:20:22 Twitter time! The eternal struggle over sound effects translation, manga binding issues, the terrifying approvals process 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!

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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