During this fall anime season, we’ve had the opportunity to speak with directors and voice actors involved in the English-language version of P.A. Works’ stirring and beautifully crafted anime series, Appare-Ranman, and today, we post our third and final video interview! Join Brandon McInnis (Al), Suzie Yeung (Xialian), Xanthe Huynh (Sofia), and Twwk they dig… Read More Interview with Xanthe Huynh, Suzie Yeung, and Brandon McInnis of Appare-Ranman!
Following up our recent interview with the directors of Appare-Ranman, Caitlin Glass and Shawn Gann, we’ve had the opportunity to also speak with a number of the voice actors involved in the dubbed version of this wonderful anime about a diverse group of characters involved in a transcontinental car race. First up are Lee George… Read More Interview with Lee George, Ivan Jasso, and Emi Lo of Appare-Ranman!
Appare-Ranman, one of last season’s notable anime, has begun to receive the ADR treatment from Funimation. Each Friday, the company is releasing an English-dubbed episode of the P.A. Works series, which features a samurai and an inventor from Japan who team up on a transcontinental race across turn of the 20th-century America. Twwk (Charles) sat… Read More Diversity in P.A. Works’ Appare-Ranman: Video Interview with ADR Directors, Caitlin Glass and Shawn Gann
In the opening scenes of the new Netflix drama, Warrior Nun, the dying leader of a secret convent of elite combatant nuns warns Mary, one of her fellow sisters, that she should not “trust anyone.” Thus starts a season-long journey for “Shotgun” Mary, who is everything you’d expect from someone with that nickname: She’s physical,… Read More Interview with Toya Turner, Warrior Nun’s “Shotgun” Mary
A few weeks ago, Caitlin Glass, voice actress for Winry Rockbell (Fullmetal Alchemist) and ADR director of Fruits Basket, among other anime, asked our readers and her followers which anime she should watch and review, and the winner came back in a resounding fashion: Haikyuu! The story of the volleyball boys on Karasuno will continue… Read More Caitlin Glass Reviews the Opening Episodes of Haikyuu!
During this time when we’re at home more than ever, we’re looking to bring you more content in ways we haven’t before. As part of that, our Director of Development, Cecillia, is interviewing some of the folks you usually just hear from on Beneath the Tangles: our on-air podcasters (Bethany, Peter, Holly, and David) from… Read More Interview in Place: Meet Peter of the TangleCast!
Beneath the Tangles continues to expand, both in the quality of work our volunteers are creating as we seek to share our passion for anime, manga, and light novels, and in how we reach out to our audiences. So it’s hard to imagine that there was a time when we almost shut our doors for… Read More Throwback Thursday: Annalyn, Kaze, and Japes Strike Back!
During this time when we’re at home more than ever, we’re looking to bring you more content in ways we haven’t before. As part of that, our Director of Development, Cecillia, is interviewing some of the folks you usually just hear from on Beneath the Tangles: our on-air podcasters (Bethany, Peter, Holly, and David) from… Read More Interview in Place: Meet David, Host of the TangleCast!
Do you remember what you were doing during the autumn of your 20th year? Were you attending classes in college? Maybe taking your niece trick-or-treating? Going to the opening of two movies that you’re in? Okay, it’s probably a big “no” to that last one—that is unless you’re voice actress Macy Anne Johnson. Currently attending… Read More Interview with One Piece and Dr. Stone VA, Macy Anne Johnson
An up and comer in the world of voice acting, Miho Okasaki is now best known for her breakout role as Rimuru in That Time I got Reincarnated as a Slime. I’m Enterprise has produced a few of the most popular and talented voice actors in the industry, and it seems Miho is one of… Read More Crunchyroll Expo 2019: Interview with Miho Okasaki, the Voice of Rimuru