It's unlucky number thirteen for our podcast, but there's no sign of bad luck for us as we welcome a very special returning guest to the show - None other than Mr Andrew Partridge! We quiz Andrew on his new company, Anime Limited, which includes a massive announcement in the form of the distributor's first theatrical anime license!
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If you're looking to fast forward to a particular section of the podcast, here's a breakdown of this episode:
0:01:00 Your hosts Elliot Page and Andy Hanley discuss what they've been up to recently, including a lot of very average things. Oh, and Journey to Agartha.
0:12:20 We discuss some of the latest content on UK Anime, including reviews of Mai Mai Miracle, and some recent unboxing videos.
0:18:20 In our news segment, talk about 2012's best-selling anime and the license of Outlaw Star in remastered DVD form.
0:25:10 Main feature - We interview Anime Limited's head honcho Andrew Partridge, discussing his new company's strategies, thoughts and release plans so far. If you're the impatient type, head onwards to 0:33:25 for the lid to be lifted on Anime Limited's first theatrical announcement!
0:48:15 After saying goodbye to our guest, we close down the podcast with some final points of note.
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Andy has been writing for UK Anime since 2006, and is currently the site's editor-in-chief. Contrary to popular belief, Andy is not actually a robot.