Do you ever receive recommendations for anime or manga? When I do, I often answer with the generic response, “I’ll add it to my watchlist.” Oh, the watchlist. What should be a wonderful group of entertainment choices instead becomes a terror, an ever-growing burden. At least that’s how I see it. Like the National Debt,… Read More Letting Go of My Watch List (And Letting Go in Life)
Although, depending on where you live, it might not feel like Easter was just here (we even had snow this week), the celebration of Our Lord’s death and resurrection has come again. I hope yours was a time of peace and renewal. In my church it’s customary to give up something during the 40+ days… Read More An Easter Approach to Social Media
As Beneath the Tangles continues to grow, we’re looking to add volunteers to help us in our mission / ministry to reach out to anime fans by bridging the gap between anime and faith. All staff at Beneath the Tangles is Christian and we see this site as both a place to develop quality content… Read More Beneath the Tangles Call for Staff
Beneath the Tangles started as one guy with a blog and dream. Ho ho, the corniness of it all! But really, it was a one-man operation until other writers volunteered to join. And these last few years, we’ve also added major components which have become just as important as the blog – our social media… Read More Social Media Mirrors
Congratulations to The Tangles for its 13th episode and one entire year of podcasting! We’re very excited to share our first year anniversary episode with all of you, and we hope you enjoy the new format we have developed for it! Episode 13, mentioned above, is the first episode of our new, streamlined format. The theme… Read More The Tangles Anime Podcast: Episode 13
I’m on a huge social media kick lately, trying to bring Beneath the Tangles to varied and larger audiences. One platform I’ve joined is Tumblr – a unique place for sure, and one that can be very addicting. Yesterday, my post on Kirito as Jesus was reblogged and commented on by user, James: This argument… Read More When Have You Been Humbled?