Elizabeth Maxwell, who has voiced so many beloved anime and gaming characters over the years—Ymir (Attack on Titan), Urbosa (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild), and Bishamon (Noragami) to name just a few—sat with us to talk all about anime and voice acting, including her experience working on Fruits Basket (Arisa), discovering what… Read More Interview with Fruits Basket and RWBY VA, Elizabeth Maxwell
With Fruits Basket returning for its final season and Kung Fu Tea featuring flavors corresponding to Yuki, Tohru, and Kyo, what better time than to chat again with our old friend, Elizabeth Maxwell, who voices Arisa Uotani from the series! As we mentioned earlier this month, we’ll be going live with Elizabeth on Instagram. Join… Read More Live Stream with RWBY and Fruits Basket VA, Elizabeth Maxwell
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of March 14th through March 20th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Are you excited to finally see Mugen… Read More Doki Doki News: Demon Slayer to the U.S., Cowboy Bebop Wraps, and Nana’s a Mama!
Check out our video interview with voice actress Macy Anne Johnson (Smile Down the Runway), who voices Ordinary Person / Swindler in the Funimation dub of Akudama Drive, an intense and lively cyberpunk series involving notorious criminals drawn into mysterious heists in a dystopian landscape. Speaking of cyberpunk, we talk sci-fi with Macy, including her… Read More VA Macy Anne Johnson Talks Akudama Drive, Star Wars, and Recording Remotely
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
As our TangleCast podcast continues to roll on, we’re looking for new ways to engage our listeners with fun and interesting content. One new aspect we’ve added is video! We recorded video of our last TangleCast episode, and while full episodes may not happen, we’re planning to take interesting clips and post them here and… Read More TangleCast Feature: Macy Gives the Team a Voice Acting Lesson
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)
We have double the treat for you on this episode of the TangleCast, and one of our favorite voice actresses, Macy Anne Johnson (Smile Down the Runway, Dr. Stone), joins Peter, David, and Holly to talk about one of site’s favorite anime, Serial Experiments Lain! The team chats with Macy about how she became a… Read More TangleCast 80: Serial Experiments Macy