Barbara Goodson (FLCL, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) joins the podcast to talk about the impact Japan has had on both her life and career, as well as the ongoing crisis overseas. In addition, John makes an important announcement regarding the current status of the Voices For Japan series.
Steve Blum (Cowboy Bebop, Wolverine & The X-Men) makes his first appearance on the podcast to give his thoughts and feelings about the current state of affairs in Japan as part of our ongoing weekly interview series.
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This week, Jessica Straus makes her return to the podcast to discuss her reaction to the current situation in Japan, her appearance on the Anime Fans Give Back to Japan 24 hour event, and to also share a powerful story involving her family in World War II era Japan.
Tristan MacAvery (Evangelion, Dirty Pair) makes an appearance on the podcast to discuss the lasting impact Japan has had on his life, despite not having visited the country or being currently involved in the anime industry.
Liam O’Brien (Naruto, Code Geass) makes his Chainsaw Buffet debut as part of the ongoing “Voices For Japan” interview series.
Tara Platt makes a return appearance to talk about some of the charity work both she and Yuri Lowenthal have done to help support Japan.
Yuri Lowenthal returns to the podcast to give his thoughts on the ongoing crisis in Japan.
In the first installment of “Voices For Japan”, John talks with Kyle Hebert to get his thoughts on the recent events in Japan.
John takes a moment to explain the “Voices For Japan” project and its origins.
Charlie, Dylan, and John discuss Voices for Japan, a series of interviews with English anime voice actors to help raise awareness and funds for the earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. Then, we talk about changes with Funimation streaming and what we’ll be doing at Middle Tennessee Anime Convention.