The Tangles Anime Podcast: Episode 13

Congratulations to The Tangles for its 13th episode and one entire year of podcasting! We’re very excited to share our first year anniversary episode with all of you, and we hope you enjoy the new format we have developed for it!

Episode 13, mentioned above, is the first episode of our new, streamlined format. The theme of this episode is “The Year in Review,” and we had the chance to have Lauren Orsini back on the show for an interview that investigates her last year’s accomplishments! For this month’s panel, JP, Sean, and Charles discuss some of the “otaku media” that have consumed and how it has affected their lives in meaningful ways.

Thanks for listening! Feel free to stream the episode below, subscribe on iTunes, or check out our RSS feed! 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 – 0:56
Otaku Diet – 1:39
Lauren Orsini Interview – 11:09
Main Topic: The Year in Review – 27:50
Listener Mail – 52:47
Closer – 1:02:42
Bloopers – 1:03:30

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Note: Below are the links mentioned in the podcast:

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The Tangles Anime Podcast: Episode 13

4 thoughts on “The Tangles Anime Podcast: Episode 13

  1. I enjoyed the episode. I’m not sure about the new format – it felt a little out of place having a one-on-one interview where Lauren didn’t have a chance to talk about anything else in the episode. I guess I just enjoyed the guests getting to be part of the whole episode. But as you guys said in the blooper reel, it did mean that you ended up on time. In any case, I’ll continue to listen to this excellent podcast!

  2. I sometimes read those LinkedIn emails where they collect articles from around the web and a few months back I did see something on Forbes about cosplay from an “outsider” perspective at how much disposable income they have or whatever. I’ll have to look up Lauren’s articles now!

    1. Thank you for the nomination! Though we don’t usually respond to awards, challenges, etc. here on the blog, we still very much appreciate you supporting us. 🙂

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