Author: Andy Hanley
Andy has been writing for UK Anime since 2006, and was the site's editor-in-chief until August 2017. Contrary to popular belief, Andy is not actually a robot.
UK Anime Network podcast - Series 2 Episode 7 - August 7th 2012
In this month's podcast, we dip out of our Olympic reverie for a while to talk about some of the latest anime news and reviews (including that issue with the UK release of Panty & Stocking), before moving on to our main course - an interview with visual novel translator and distributor MangaGamer!
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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:
0:01:45 Elliot and Andy discuss what they've been watching and reading, including Humanity Has Declined, Dragon Ball Z, Panty & Stocking and plenty more!
0:30:15 We pick out some of the recent highlights on the UK Anime Network.
0:35:20 Main feature: We interview MangaGamer's John Pickett to discuss their work and the visual novel industry.
1:21:49 Our interview, and the podcast, comes to an end.
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