The Tangles Anime Podcast: Episode 4

For our fourth episode, we are excited to have Marina, from Anime B&B, as our guest with Charles, our editor-in-chief here at Beneath the Tangles, as co-host. This month, we talk about the profound impact that anime has had upon our lives, as expressed in one of Marina’s articles.

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Also, be sure to email us with any questions you would like included in our “Listener Mail” portion, including the name you would like stated in the podcast and your website or blog for us to share!

Time Stamps:
Intro – 0:00
Announcements – 8:32
Otaku Diet – 13:19
What We’ve Been Thankful For – 25:09
1.5;">Current Article/Discussion – 33:14
1.5;">Listener Mail – 1:02:24
1.5;">Closer – 1:11:50

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Note: Below are the articles mentioned in the podcast:

9 thoughts on “The Tangles Anime Podcast: Episode 4

  1. I read Bartender manga and definitely it doesn’t have the charm of the anime. External narration does exist (the one about the coctail’s ingredients) but just isn’t the same. It goes on with Sasakura as teacher of a training bartender. The live action was shounen- didn’t liked it at all.

    Glad to hear Hourou Musuko was an influential anime about LGBTQ. Aoi Hana the anime was really good, too. From LGBTQ manga my top pick is Bokura no Hentai (Our Transformations) for transgender individuals of different categories and Honey & Honey is purely educational about lesbians and the other parts of the community, too.

    Are you going to have a separate post with your top influential anime or should I list this podcast as your entry?

    1. I actually didn’t think about this as being a valid entry, but feel free to link this as ours if you like! I had originally planned to write a more formal entry, but never got around to it…

      Thanks for listening, and I will definitely be checking out your recommendations in the second paragraph!

  2. I wanted to mention that as soon as I said the word “nutcases,” I immediately felt guilty. The truth is, many churchgoers who have erred to the side of legalism are as in need of grace as any. They fall too deeply into a set of values that becomes an idol, to which they cling so closely that they entirely miss clinging to the cross and the grace that Christ brings. That doesn’t make them “nutcases” – it just means they need grace, as do we all.

  3. Great job editing, JP. It was strange listening to myself speak, but I am glad you all gave me the opportunity to speak on your podcast. I also just recently found you on iTunes, so I’ll be listening in the future 🙂

  4. Reblogged this on Anime B&B and commented:
    Christian anime blog, Beneath the Tangles, asked me to appear as a guest on their podcast. Please listen and share your thoughts!

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