ANNCast Viewers Like You: I Think Therefore I Rant
by Zac Bertschy, Jan 27th 2012
ANNCast 104 - Viewers Like You: I Think Therefore I Rant
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It's a call-out show! One that doesn't start with any depressing news or anything! Hooray!
We get into a couple hot-button issues here: right up front Hannah talks to us about certain fans' reaction to homosexual relationships in anime and manga and things get a little ranty in there for a bit. Then we calm down with Michael, who wants to chat about the potential future of Gundam in this post-Bandai Entertaiment USA world of ours. Then things get really ranty with Brian, who's kinda sick of everyone expecting him to be positive about everything all the time! Finally we round it all out with Jonathan, who works the freelance grind subtitling anime. It's a can't-lose show! With heated opinions on things!
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NSFW Language Warning: Plenty of swearing and then some. Hide your virgin ears.
ANNCast episode 104 breakdown
00:30 Let's get right to it!
00:50 Hannah wants to know why fans are so weird about same-sex relationships
21:00 Michael's curious about what's gonna happen to all those orphaned Gundams
35:20 Brian's perturbed by fans who hate it when you point out the flaws
01:06:40 Jonathan's wild adventures in the world of freelance anime subtitling
And that's it! See you next week!
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Theme Song: "Bucharest" by The New Division. Check them out on iTunes!
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