ANNCast FUNi People
by Zac Bertschy & Justin Sevakis,
ANNCast Episode 022 - FUNi People
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Welp, we're back from our Holiday Hiatus (which you didn't notice thanks to the holiday specials!) and we've got a hum of a dinger of a show for you this week!
We start out talking a little about how our holiday vacations went and then get right into a vicious rumble over the relative merits of Yumeiro Patissiere, a show about a little girl who is good at eating cake. Then it's a brief chat about GinTama, Justin's latest Bluray headache and The Lovely Bones which wasn't very good. Just sayin'.
Then our esteemed guests from the Monolithic Market Leader of Anime, FUNimation Entertainment, show up. We've got Adam Sheehan and Lance Heiskell, who we then subject to rigorous questions about all things FUNi, and then it's twitter time as usual. Enjoy!!
You can listen to the show on our player here, direct-download the MP3 version here, or you can just use these handy links:
Also: if you like the show (or don't like the show, I guess) be sure to write us up a review over on iTunes! It'd be a big help!
NSFW Language Warning: Actually there's hardly any swearing in this episode! Glory be!
ANNCast Episode 22 Breakdown
00:18 Host intros
02:00 Yumeiro Patissiere
10:51 Justin's Bluray headache
13:45 Zac vs. Peter Jackson
16:43 Break time!
17:07 Adam Sheehan and Lance Heiskell intro plus a day in the life
26:00 Adam's insane convention schedule
31:12 FUNimation is hiring!!
32:15 Where's the mainstream marketing for anime?
38:25 How is Bluray performing?
43:35 Adam's online "convention panels"
48:17 Possibly the world's largest ocean of Twitter and email questions the show has ever had; root around in here for some interesting gems about the sales of Big Windup! and One Piece, some info on Funimation's bluray quality issues, and their upcoming coproductions.
And that's it! See you next week.
Special thanks to Phillip Harrington for designing and creating the ANNCast logo.
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