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
Of the many positive outcomes that results from a focus on diversity is this: Diverse thoughts and inclusion of many peoples opens individual minds, helping us all to more deeply understand what we probably already know, which is that the world is much bigger than what we personally see and experience. With that in mind,… Read More Holy Week: Anime and Disability
Welcome to StarStruck, my new personal column where I talk about all sorts of things related to anime, manga, and other Japanese media. This time, I will be taking a look at monster girls, which have become quite popular recently. While I could not watch more than one episode of Monster Musume due to the high sexual… Read More StarStruck: Monster Girls and Those Who Are Different