Hey, folks, Thank you for being a reader of Beneath the Tangles. By even perusing our articles, you become part of our community, helping our mission (or maybe being aided by it?) to reach otaku, both believers and those who aren’t. Many of you do even more by following and interacting with us on other… Read More Join Our Mission and Help Us Reach Otaku by Donating $1 a Month
Advent, the time of year in which Christians commemorate Christmas by looking forward to it in anticipation, as well as to Christ’s return, is upon us. We hope that we can help you participate and get into the “Christmas spirit” through our blog as we do our traditional Christmas posts. Consider signing up for our… Read More A Ryvius Advent
“Would you consider joining our team?” I have to admit, when I saw those words appear on my screen a few months ago, I was beyond stunned. Me? You want ME to join up with Beneath the Tangles?! Me? A guy who updates his own blog once a year AT BEST?! Me? A guy who… Read More The Samurai Steps Out on Faith…
I hope to revisit Your Lie in April one day. The initial episodes almost overwhelmed me with their beautiful depictions of how grace can sweep you away and change your world, while the final episodes were as emotional as those from Anohana, Violet Evergarden, or any other tear-inducing anime. Besides that, the series is one… Read More Your Leader in April
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!
I trust that you are all staying safe and well during this time. It’s been difficult for us all, especially for small business owners. It’s also been a difficult time for students and teachers at all levels, who came back to an unpleasant surprise after spring break. But I wanted at least to check in… Read More Let My People Go: My Season of Quarantine
In lieu of working through my current backlog of anime, I’ve instead been streaming through Ace of Diamond with my family. I’m a fan of sports anime, and enjoy baseball in real life (blame Ken Burns’ Baseball and a man crush on Bob Costas), so it’s a wonder I never watched this series until now.… Read More Pitching and Working Out of a Dead End