One of the best parts of this ten year journey has been the connections I’ve made with some extraordinary people. Not everyone I’ve met has been nice, that’s for sure, but the vast majority of those I’ve interviewed have been as authentic and kind as they are talented. It really has been a blessing to… Read More Throwback Thursday: The Interviews
What makes Haikyuu!! such a special series, more than just another sports anime? Caitlin Glass, ADR director for Funimation (Fruits Basket, Radiant) and voice actress (Winry, Fullmetal Alchemist), dives into just why that’s the case with our extended, final Zoom session covering season one of the series. Caitlin previously discussed her preference for language choice… Read More Caitlin Glass Reviews Haikyuu (Season 1)
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!
Last week, we asked you to help decide the anime finalists for a special project we’re doing with voice actress and ADR director, Caitlin Glass. Well, the votes are in, and it’s down to the final four! Go to Caitlin’s Twitter account to vote for which anime she’ll be watching and reviewing for us! Here’s… Read More Final Voting for the Anime Caitlin Glass Will Review for Us!
Has there ever been a better time to look back at all the anime series you’ve missed over the years and catch up a little? Voice actress (Winry in Fullmetal Alchemist, Mina in My Hero Academia) and ADR director (Fruits Basket, Noragami Aragoto) Caitlin Glass is thinking the same, and would like you all to… Read More Vote on an Anime for Caitlin Glass to Watch and Review!
Inception. Black Swan. The Matrix. These Hollywood hits have a common thread—each was heavily influenced by Japanese animation, aka anime. Anime has settled in as a permanent part of American entertainment. Besides serving as inspiration for filmmakers, some anime movies—particularly those by Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli (Ponyo, My Neighbor Totoro, The Secret World of Arrietty, and the Oscar-winning… Read More Anime’s Common Grace
When I attended A-Kon 24 at the beginning of June, I went in with a mission. One thing I hoped to do was to sit down with Vic Mignogna, voice actor extraordinaire, and talk to him about his profession and his faith. Thankfully, the helpful staff at A-Kon set up our interview, and we had… Read More Interview with Voice Actor Vic Mignogna
When I attended A-Kon 24 at the beginning of June, I went in with a mission. One thing I hoped to do was to sit down with Vic Mignogna, voice actor extraordinaire, and talk to him about his profession and his faith. Thankfully, the helpful staff at A-Kon set up our interview, and we had… Read More Interview with Voice Actor Vic Mignogna (2013)
A year ago…Hana of T.H.A.T. Anime Blog guest posted about how her religion affects her cosplaying… …and I guest posted at Anime Instrumentality about Fractale and Japan’s love for Irish music. A year ago…I wished everyone a Merry Christmas by analyzing the finale of Mawaru Penguindrum… …and a Happy New Year by discussing Gilles de… Read More A Year Ago on Beneath the Tangles
Periodically, I like point back to some of the more than 500 posts we’ve written here on Beneath the Tangles. Besides the “A Year Ago” series I began several months ago, I plan to occasionally post about blogging milestones – those little breakthroughs when posts hit certain numbers of significance in terms of hits. Three… Read More Mileposts: Interview with Caitlin Glass and Visual Novel Characters with Disabilities