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UK Anime Network - Senior Editor/Publisher
Ross Liversidge

Favorourite Anime

BubbleGum Crisis (original)
Eden of the East
Tiger & Bunny
Gundam SEED
Macross Frontier


Favourite Manga

Comic Party
Battle Angel Alita
Gunsmith Cats
Drops of God
Fruits Basket

Ross Liversidge

Senior Editor/Publisher

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995 and works in and around the anime industry.

Ross started UKA as a teenager while living in the wilds of Buckinghamshire. Over the years he's covered sweeping changes in the UK anime market, been poached to write some stuff for Sony and helps MVM Entertainment to run their PR.

When not writing, editing or coding UKA, Ross runs a marketing and design company called Etharius, which keeps him occupied. Taking everything he learned from coding UKA, he's made a living from setting up other websites and navigating online marketing. Handy things, hobbies!

Ross also sketches, is a keen cyclist, writes articles and collects Transformers, keeping him rooted in his youth and drowning in robot Rubik's cubes!

Ross visits Japan at least one month out of every year to enjoy the culture, buy robots and attend conventions.


Interests

Gaming - pretty much all formats, and retro
Drawing
Movies - everything except horror (blegh)
Technology generally



LATEST ARTICLES
by Alex Jones on 12 Oct 2019
Kotatsu Japanese Animation Festival 2019

We visit Cardiff's premier anime festival for another fantastic year
by Robert Mullarkey on 30 Sep 2019
MCM Scotland 2019 - Dragon Ball Super Voice actors Interview

We sat down with the voice cast of Dragon Ball Super to take about anime voice acting.
by Ross Liversidge on 27 Sep 2019
Picarto.TV - bringing live art to the masses

The live-art streaming service has been picking up serious momentum with both artists and fans of creative projects - we speak to Picarto about their origins and plans for the future.
by Ross Liversidge on 19 Sep 2019
Top 5 Geek spots visit in Seoul

It's been three years since I last visited Korea, and on this occasion I had time to explore a bit - what anime-themed delights lurk within?