Welcome, all, again. Let me begin by admitting that I have been completely overwhelmed by the choices this season, and have not had the chance to watch even half ...
Kyle Hebert, also known as Ryu From Street Fighter stopped by today for a chat. We talk about his part in Street Fighter V and chat about the joys of ...
We welcome Erin Fitzgerald, voice actress of Noire from Megadimension Neptunia VII and Agnes Oblige from Bravely Second: End Layer back once more for an insightful interview. We talk about ...
Today we had the chance to sit down with Nicole Oliver and talk about her latest roles as well as what its like to be a part of BronyCon. Nicole ...
Laura Post joins us today to talk with us about her voice over role in Final Fantasy XIV as Moenbryda in a massive online MMORPG. Aside from that we also ...
Today we had an interview with Stephanie Chateau, Chuck Stroschein, and Katy Johnson from Concept Galaxy. Learn more about their lineup for upcoming conventions this year from Fal-Con to Realms ...
Welcome, all, again. This is proving to be a glorious viewing season, with offerings for fans of all genres. I absolutely love KONOSUBA-God's blessing on this wonderful world!, ...
Danielle McRae returns once more to sit down and talk to us about her latest work. Today we learn more about her part of S-sha in Megadimension Neptunia VII as ...
Graham Smith of DrinkBox Studios joined us today to talk with us about their newest game Severed. Severed is a touch based RPG where you must gain abilities or solve ...
Today we had the pleasure to interview Keir Miron, a video game developer from Vancouver. Keir Miron is the software engineer for Darkest Dungeon a challenging gothic, roguelike turn-based RPG.
It's like a yearly tradition! So welcome back Raymond Lenzer for some exclusive announcements concerning Kami-Con! .
If you want to get into visual novels, Sekai Project is a great place to start.
Believe it or not, food and music have a lot of common. Jason Graves knows this all too well.
Welcome to the New Year everyone! This year we’ve got some great things over the horizon for 91.8 The Fan and The Current. Specifically, this article is going to be ...
Posted on Apr 19 2016
Welcome, all, again. Let me begin by admitting that I have been completely overwhelmed by the choices this season, and have not had the chance to watch even half of what I wanted or planned. That said, I love what I have seen!
Posted on Mar 09 2016
Welcome, all, again. This is proving to be a glorious viewing season, with offerings for fans of all genres. I absolutely love KONOSUBA-God's blessing on this wonderful world!, a comedy/fantasy wherein a newly deceased youth coerces the goddess juggling his soul to accompany him to a world seeking heroes; likewise Ooya-san wa Shishunki!, a comedy short about a middle school landlady and her tenants.
Posted on Jan 20 2016
Welcome, all, again. This is my first column of the new year, so it seems like an appropriate time to try something a bit different. Instead of straddling the viewing season change with my normal backward glance, I want to discuss some shows that have already impressed me.
Posted on Dec 16 2015
Welcome, all, again. We will this time be discussing The Asterisk War, another in a long line of tales involving high school students battling each other with magic. Why, that's two columns in a row! you might think, and you'd be correct. But I have my reasons.
Posted on Nov 17 2015
Welcome, all, again. The Fall viewing season is well underway, and I'm having trouble finding enough time to keep up with all of the great shows! One series that continues to impress week after week is Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon.
Posted on Oct 21 2015
Welcome, all, again. This time our topic is God Eater, set in 2071 as humanity fights creatures born of research gone awry. God Eater originated as a game for Playstation Portable(R) and has had several incarnations as such.
Posted on Sep 17 2015
Welcome, all, again. This season has provided many stellar series, but GATE demands special recognition for its attention to detail and story development. Perhaps my own prior military service colors my admiration for this show, but it is more my interest in history that fuels my appreciation for the writers' delicate exploration of social and political considerations exhibited by individuals and nations.
Posted on Aug 20 2015
Welcome, all, again. This time, I'll be shining a spotlight upon three entertaining new short programs: Danchigai; Wakaba*Girl; and Wakakozake. Admittedly, this is not the column I intended to submit this month.
Posted on Jul 14 2015
Welcome, all, again. This is a very special column for me, marking my first anniversary as a content contributor to the Fan! I've had great fun sharing my opinions and recommendations with you, and deeply appreciate the support I've received from both readers and staff.
Posted on Jun 16 2015
Welcome all, again. As I watch another viewing season wind down, I am very grateful for the quality and diversity of the programming that was offered this time around.