TangleCast 84: Goodbye from Our Crew and a 3-Gatsu New Year

The day is here: After more than two years and 33 episodes later, our team of David, Holly, Peter, and editor, Celetron (Marcelo), are stepping away from the TangleCast. While Peter and Holly will continue on with Beneath the Tangles, David is leaving as he works toward other ministry and goals in his life. But before they go, the on-air trio (originally dubbed Team FtK—For the King) will reminiscence with Marcelo, about their time podcasting with us, and go over one more series, March Comes in Like a Lion, and specifically the Christmas and New Year’s episodes of this sensitive and critically-acclaimed show. Give it a listen, hold back your tears, and bid our team so long!

0:00 Introduction and announcements
1:08 A look back—first episode and challenges of podcasting
15:00 A look back—memorable moments, episodes, and anime
27:30 Comments from our listeners
32:48 March Comes in Like a LionIntroduction
37:22 Discussion—Christmas and a difficult choice
46:50 Discussion—New Year’s and community for introverts
59:04 Closing

Podcast Links:

  • As mentioned in the episode, a special thanks to Macy, Whitney, and our volunteer editor, Chris, for their special assistance on various episodes.
  • Want to listen to the first episode? Sound rougher to you? It’s still worth a listen, especially for My Hero Academia fans!
  • Peter referenced his Christmas post on March Comes in Like a Lion in this episode, as well as his other future work for the blog. Well, the future is now—his winter 2021 anime preview posted yesterday.
  • March Comes in Like a Lion can be streamed through Crunchyroll.
  • Keep in touch with the crew by following David, Peter, and Holly on their social media accounts.

The TangleCast is not dead! As it has in previous years, it will continue on at some point with a new team. Please follow us on your platform of choice, including iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and others.

Featuring music by Celetron and mixed by Chris (all rights reserved).


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