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, 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 ...
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 ...
We got Bill Ratner, a.k.a. Flint from G.I. Joe! Doesn't ring a bell? Donnel Udina from Mass Effect more your speed? Listen to the radio in Grand ...
Veena Sood isn't a Pegisister, but she plays one on T.V. Learn about life in Vancouver, how to succeed in relationships, and more by listening to Veena Sood. ...
Stomp your hooves on the ground for Maryke Hendrikse, everypony! Her roles include being Johnny Test's sister Susan Test, Revy in Black Lagoon and Lunamaria Hawke in Gundam Seed ...
He is the terror that flaps in the night! He is the eraser that rubs out the markings of crime! He is Jim Cummings! You heard him ...
Spike Spencer admits that he's insane and cries regularly. Since he's a voice actor, that's to be expected. Hear him talk about voicing Shinji Ikari and Saburo Togusa ...
Dino Andrade will teach you acting, the meaning of gratitude, and even how to find love! If you're here to hear about his voice acting,
learn how ...
We got veteran voice actor Chuck Huber here today! He's been doing it since the nineties and he'll tell you all about it. Come listen to his tales ...
Please give a warm welcome to G.K. Bowes! You may recognize her from such roles as Mairu Orihara from Durarara!!, Kiyal Bachika from Gurren Lagann and Ion from Rodea ...
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.
Posted on May 20 2015
Welcome, all, again. It's proving to be a fun viewing season, with great offerings in many different genres. But I am especially grateful for Sound! Euphonium, a really strong slice-of-life entry.
Posted on Apr 15 2015
Welcome, all, again. Today I break one of my own long-standing rules as I prepare to discuss the anime Plastic Memories with just two episodes broadcast so far. And please notice that I am not calling this a review--such is quite implausible with my having watched so few episodes.