Mon, 23 November 2015
Manga Out Loud will be shutting down on January 1, 2016.
Thanks to all the guests on the show. You made this show a memorial experience and a show people enjoyed listening to.
I can't say thanks enough to co-host, Johanna for all her insight and help. I couldn't have done it without you.
Finally, thanks to everyone who listened and spread the word.
May the books you read excite your mind and imagination,
Category:general -- posted at: 12:23pm EST
Mon, 10 June 2013
Segment 1 (0:00 - 21:28)
Segment 2 (21:28 - 1:29:28)
Introduction (21:28 - 24:07)
Opening Time of Eve discussion (24:07 - 32:54)
Aquatic Languages (32:54 - 35:26)
Time of Eve subtitle problems (35:26 -38:03)
How do androids become sentient? (38:03 - 47:20)
THX's (Tex) story (47:20 - 52:26)
Branding & Technology (52:26 - 54:57)
Kickstarter details (54:57 -1:02:40)
Pale Cocoon (1:02:40 - 1:11:18)
Final Thoughts (1:11:18 - 1:29:28)
The new manga artist I discovered from JManga is Fumiyo Kouno.
Dark Horse's Astro Boy Page
Freedom Project Anime Page at Anime News Network
Wikipedia page for The Turning Test
Johanna’s reviews and writings can be found at Comics Worth Reading and Manga Worth Reading
Mon, 8 October 2012
Anime News Network spoke with JManga and confirmed they will be translating the unpublished volumes of the Kodansha series they've licensed. You can read the news item
Segment 1 (0:00 - 1:25:56)
Introductions 0:00 - 2:00
Tezuka's Barbara 2:00 - 1:04:36
Kickstarter 1:04:36 - 1:13:59
Favorite Tezuka Manga 1:13:59 - 1:25:56
Segment 2 (1:25:56 - 1:39:05)
Reflections on Barbara Discussion 1:25:56 - 1:27:37
Otaku in Review Appearance 1:27:37 - 1:28:03
Rica 'tte Kanji 1:28:03 - 1:28:49
JManga 1:28:49 - 1:32:56
Johanna's Move & Review Stack 1:32:56 - 1:35:19
Final Thoughts 1:35:19 - 1:39:05
Tezuka in English website
Professor Risley and the Imperial Japanese Troupe webpage
Wikipedia on Haxan: Withcraft Through the Ages
Manga Out Loud Barbara Kickstarter episode
Manga Out Loud Further Kickstarter discussion
Production IG's Kick-Heart Kickstarter
Anime News Networks interview with Urasawa
Fantagraphics Subscription for Wandering Son
You can follow us on twitter. Johanna is @johannadc, Ada is @Ada_Palmer, Fred is @fschodt, Helen is @tweetheart4711, and I'm @edsizemore.
The email address for the podcast is mangaoutloud at gmail.
Manga Out Loud logo is by Lissa Pattillo
Sat, 18 August 2012
Melinda can be found at Manga Bookshelf
Kate be found at Manga Critic
Shaenon's webcomics Skin Horse
Bill's can be found at Translation Dojo
JManga's Translation Contest
The CLAMP Manga Moveable Feast Archive
Sean Gaffney's thoughts on CLAMP's Star System
Kathryn Hermann on Power & Purity in Magic Knight Rayearth
You can follow us all on Twitter. Melinda is @mbeasi, Kate is @manga_critic, Shaenon is @shaenongarrity, and Bill is @williamflanagan.
You can leave a comment below or email us (mangaoutloud at gmail)
Manga Out Loud logo by Lissa Patillo
Tue, 31 July 2012
This is me just having a bit of fun with some other podcasters. Hope you enjoy it.
I do apologize for the audio. It was my first time using handheld mics and a mixer. I promise I learned many important lessons and if I every do something like this again, it will sound much better.
The Crew (in order of appearance)
Captain - Me
Hostage - Justin Sevakis Anime News Network's ANNCast
Lookout - Michael Camacho Otaku in Review Podcast
Cook - Scott Spaziani Otaku in Review Podcast
New Recruit- The Big N Big N Anime/Drastic My Anime Blog
First Mate- Alain Mendez Speakeasy Podcast
Gunner's Mate- Evan Minto Ani-Gamers Podcast
Navigator- Daniel Briscoe Eastern Image
Sat, 21 July 2012
Kickstarter does not show the amount you pledged to a project, only that you backed the project.
Segment 1 (0:00 - 7:55)
0:00 - 1:38 Introduction
1:38 - 7:55 What Ed's Been Watching & Reading
Segment 2 (7:56 - 1:22:10)
7:56 - 17:33 Tokyopop Is Back
17:33 - 31:19 Publisher Weekly & Market Realities
31:19 - 39:05 Digital Manga
39:05 - 1:22:10 Kickstarter
Segment 3 (1:22:10 - 1:43:33)
1:22:10 - 1:23:05 Introduction
1:23:05 - 1:33:59 Tokyopop Comeback
1:23:05 - 1:38:43 Viz's Neon Alley
1:38:43 - 1:43:33 Digital Manga
Segment 4 (1:43:33 - 2:51:30)
1:43:33 - 1:45: 43 Introduction
1:45:43 - 2:51:30 Kickstarter
Erica Friedman's blog is Okazu
Jason Yadao writes for Otaku Ohana
Our previous discussion on Kickstarter was Episode 54
DMP's Kickstarter page for Unico, Atomcat, & Triton
Anime News Network (ANN) coverage of the Tokyopop panel at Anime Expo
Publishers Weekly on releasing Book Scan numbers
Publishers Weekly article on Kickstarter
Johanna's post on Viz's Neon Alley
All the anime I discussed is available online from Crunchyroll
My review of Nonnoba by Shigeru Mizuki
You can follow us on twitter. Johanna is @johannadc, Matt is @professorblind Erica is @yuricon, Jason is @jsyadao, Ben is @benapplegate, and I'm @edsizemore.
You can leave a comment or email the podcast at mangaoutloud at gmail.
Manga Out logo by Lissa Patillo
Wed, 23 May 2012
Drops of God runs in Morning magazine.
This year was Vertical Inc's third appearance at MoCCA.
Last year Vertical Inc brought manga creator Usamaru Furuya to TCAF.
Felipe Smith was drawing 36 to 54 pages a month not the 18-22 pages I stated.
Thanks to Ed Chavez for the corrections. My apologies for the mistakes.
Segment 1 (0:00-24:40)
1:50-15:10 Notable Items
15:10-24:40 What We've Been Reading
Segment 2 (24:40-1:05:22)
29:00-49:29 Drops of God
49:29-57:46 Various Titles
57:46-1:05:22 Our Favorite Food Manga
Segment 3 (1:05:22-1:43:56)
Free form discussion on trying to make a living
creating Manga in North America
Felipe Smith Interview at Ninja Consultants
Felipe Smith on Japanese TV video
Hetalia Preordering at Right Stuf
Deb's articles on creating manga in North America
Bento Comics website
Deb can be found at Manga.About.Com
Michelle's website is Soliloquy in Blue
Johanna and I are at Manga Worth Reading
As always you can follow us on Twitter. Johanna is @johannadc, Deb is @debaoki, Michelle is @swanjun, and I'm @edsizemore.
You can email us comments at mangaoutloud at gmail
Mon, 23 April 2012
Section 1 (0:00 - 30:46)
0:00- 5:04 Licensing Announcements
5:05 - 30:46 What We've Been Reading
Section 2 (30:47 - 1:52:15)
30:47 - 51:05 How We Each Discovered Urasawa
51:06 - 1:05:00 Monster
1:05:01 - 1:15:09 Pluto
1:15:10 - 1:52:15 20th Century Boys
Viz Signature MMF at Manga Critic
Johanna's review of 20th Century Boys volume 20
Friends with Boys website
Faith Erin Hicks' website
Faith's post on being a director of comics
Be sure to buy Faith's book Friends With Boys available everywhere
You can follow us on twitter. Faith is @faitherinhicks, Daniel is @DanielBriscoe, Johanna is @johannadc, and I'm @edsizemore.
Sat, 31 March 2012
Segment 1: News & What We've Been Reading (0:00-44:49)
Segment 2: Jiro Taniguchi MMF (44:50-1:27:42)
David Brother's review of Twin Spica
Carl Horn's interview at ICv2
Carl Horn's interview at ANNCast
ICv2 article on manga in comic shops
Johanna's reaction to the ICv2 article
Natsu Power's book on God of Comics
Info on the Astro Boy and the God of Comics play
Julia's blog is The Retconned Fangirl
Jiro Taniguichi Manga Moveable Feast Archive Page
Interview with Fanfare's Stephen Robson
Fanfare/Ponent Mon's website
As always you can follow us on Twitter. Linda is @Animemiz, Julia is @Mizzelle, Johanna is @johannadc, and I'm @edsizemore.
Sat, 25 February 2012
Segment 1 (0:00 - 18:24)
0:00 - 2:40 Introduction
2:40 - 2:35 Tezuka Manga Moveable Feast (MMF)
3:35 - 11:48 MW & Tezuka
11:48 - 12:36 20th Century Boys vol 19
12:26 - 15:31 SuBLime- Viz's Yaoi Line
15:31 - 18:24 Tezuka MMF Redux
Segment 2 (18:24 - 1:16:26)
18:24 - 19:30 Introduction
19:30 - 23:15 Tezuka's Leo & Fannie
23:15 - 29:07 Gegika
29:07 - 32:54 American Comix
32:54 - 35:34 Gegika Distribution
35:34 - 40:13 Tezuka & Gegika
40:13 - 46:07 Garo
46:07 - 55:41 Tezuka's COM
56:41 - 1:16:26 Tezuka's Mature Manga
One correction. Crumb moved from Cleveland to San Francisco not Chicago.
Johanna's review of Bed of My Dear King
An article on Garo by Ryan Holmberg at Comics Comics
You can follow us on Twitter. Ed Chavez is @Vertical_Ed, Johanna is @johannadc, and I'm @edsizemore.
The Manga Out Loud logo is provided by Lissa Pattillo.