ANNCast Learning by Osmond-sis
by Zac Bertschy and Justin Sevakis, Oct 7th 2011
ANNCast 092 - Learning by Osmond-sis
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We start out this week talkin' about movies - mostly reminiscing thanks to the glut of mid-90s blockbusters coming out on blu-ray! Plus Drive and the criminally underseen 50/50! And if you didn't think we'd do 8 minutes on The Lion King it turns out YOU WERE WRONG!
Then ANN's UK News Editor and author of several books including Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist joins us to talk about his early life as a fan in the UK, what brought him into fandom in the first place and his long and winding road toward becoming a professional writer. Then we chat a bit about Eden of the East and suddenly, it's Twitter time! Oh, how the time flies by!
Note: due to the preview guide sucking up all of my time I had a limited amount of time to edit the show this week, so it's a little more "um"-my than usual. You'll live.
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NSFW Language Warning: There's a little swearing, I guess.
ANNCast Episode 92 Breakdown
00:25 Movie chat: Drive, 50/50 and more!
22:10 The Fall 2011 anime season so far. Spoiler alert: it's a little lackluster
29:00 Andrew Osmond introduction and his life as a fan early on
35:50 His decision to become a professional writer and his first book on Spirited Away
46:40 Andrew's personal favorite Miyazaki film and which he feels is objectively the best
50:15 His book on Satoshi Kon and how that came about
59:20 Andrew's passion for Eden of the East
01:07:00 Twitter time! Satoshi Kon's artistic legacy, US sales affecting UK licenses and more!
And that's it! See you next week!
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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