Here we are again! This post covers attention to older anime between the previous post and 1 August. We’ll aim (aim!) to get a post covering activity in August out early in September. In the meantime, there’s plenty of interesting writing, talking and translation work indexed below.
This site’s been silent for too long! Our audience look up, and are not fed. But—with heartfelt apologies for the delay—we’re back. This post covers new material up to 22 June, and a subsequent post will catch us up. We hope! We’ll be experimenting with monthly rather than fortnightly updates from then on, and we’ll see how that goes.
In the meantime, the links gathered here contain all kinds of good stuff, and the translation section contains several capstone releases which complete the first full English translations of older titles, something that’s always a delight to see.
We’re really late this time (see the final section), but we’re back again! And at least our delay means there’s plenty of new material about older anime gathered from the web and presented for your edification in the following post.
We’re back! Slightly later than usual, but definitely back. Once again we’ve scoured the internet for new writing and podcasting about older anime, and for newly released translations, indexed here for your profit and delight.
We’re back! Somehow, it is almost halfway through August! Time marches onward, and we’re here as usual to raise a middle finger in Time’s wizened and terrifying face via another index of recent attention to older anime.
Here’s the latest index of attention to older anime! This week we’ve various meaty posts and podcasts to highlight, plus news of a whole bunch of new translation work. As usual, remarks from Feez are in blue and those from Thaliarchus are in red. Continue reading “Redshift #9”→
Look, an image. We might start including those from now on, we’ll see. Anyhow, read on for the usual stack of posts and podcasts about older anime. This time around there are several titles neither of us had heard of before! As usual, asides from Feez are written in blue and those from Thaliarchus are in red. Continue reading “Redshift #4”→