Here’s your latest round-up of attention to older anime!
A commenter has recently let us know of a few translation efforts we weren’t aware of, so we’d like to say here that suggestions for extra things to include, whether they’re new translations, blog posts or podcasts, are always gratefully received! Our feed-readers won’t catch everything, and unfortunately we can’t go to some kind of resource which would capture all of what we’d want to cover, because that’s what we’re trying to be in the first place… So the best way to proceed seems to be to gather leads constantly, and hope that we’re casting our nets more and more widely as time goes on.
We’re back! And we’re a week late: sorry. We’ve had another spell in which both of us have been busy in our respective jobs. But new things have continued to happen in the world of older anime, and we’re still here to chronicle them.
It’s late in October, the perfect time of the year to think on terrifying things like ghouls, and the transience of access to older anime in a world of fixed-term streaming rights. We’re still here, though, and we’ve constructed another index for a fortnight’s blogging, podcasting and translation activity focused on older anime.
Here’s our latest index of attention to older anime. Materials! Materials, materials. There’s a little glut of posts about material things—both production artefacts and publications which accompanied anime—this time around, so we’ve put those together at the top of the post.
It feels like we have more material than usual for this fortnight’s round-up, though perhaps we’re just getting better at finding things! That would certainly be nice. Anyway, here it is: attention to older anime from the last two weeks, indexed and annotated.
As usual, remarks from Feez are in blue and those from Thaliarchus are in red.
Another fortnight passes, another index of talk about older anime surfaces! As usual, remarks from Feez are in blue and those from Thaliarchus are in red.
This week, we’ve experimentally rolled Twitter into the Blogging section, since tweeting is a kind of blogging and there are often only one or two entries from Twitter in the first place.Continue reading “Redshift #8”→