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Horn in the USA

by Zac Bertschy and Justin Sevakis, Feb 3rd 2012


ANNCast 105 - Horn in the USA

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Manga editor and longtime industry legend Carl Horn drops by ANNCast this week to reminisce about the old days - the birth of anime fandom in Berkeley, subtitling The Wings of Honneamise on an Amiga, early anime fanzines, the golden years of Animerica, and slaving away putting together the English editions of the Evangelion manga and Eagle: The Making of an Asian-American President. I mean, there's a lot more than that - and a lot more than just gabbin' about the old days - but Carl has a wealth of stories for us and we're all ears.

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NSFW Language Warning: An ANNCast first: this episode is clean!

ANNCast episode 105 breakdown

00:30 Carl Horn introduction and how he got into anime, the early days of the internet, and a lot more

48:10 His days at Animerica

54:10 Carl's passion for The Wings of Honneamise and Evangelion and a story about Kiefer Sutherland

1:10:30 His work at Dark Horse and what's coming in 2012

01:54:50 Twitter time! Speculating about the next Evangelion movie, Carl's preferred tailoring style and oh, so much more!

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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