The Wandering Witch as Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl

The Wandering Witch as Ground Contr

Welcome, all, again. I recently raided my backlog of series-to-be-watched and pulled out 2011's Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl--literally pulled it out of my DVD collection, where it's lingered ...
The Wandering Witch Reminisces with Gunslinger Girl

The Wandering Witch Reminisces with

Welcome, all, again. As regular readers will know, I tend to gravitate towards slice-of-life series. However, I might seem to some to be a bit generous with that ...
Siege Spots – Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! (PS4)

Siege Spots – Cook, Serve, De

Have you ever dreamed of running your own restaurant? Have you ever dreamed of being the only employee at your own restaurant, forced to juggle tasks and keep up with ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Dorothy Elias-Fahn

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Dorothy Elias-Fahn returns to the Korner to chew gum and kick butt; and she's all out of gum.
The Wandering Witch Falls Hard for Comic Girls!

The Wandering Witch Falls Hard for

Welcome, all, again. As this viewing season winds down, at least one favorite show of mine is really ramping up: slice-of-life offering Comic Girls, which follows the efforts of ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Kayli Mills

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

After what seems like forever, you can now listen to our interview with voice actress/singer/online personality Kayli Mills!
Siege Spots – Dragon’s Crown Pro

Siege Spots – Dragon’s

Did you ever play D&D and think that you'd rather stop talking and just run around and hit things? Dragon's Crown Pro is the game for you.
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Ewen Cluney

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Today we have Ewen Cluney, who brought over the Maid RPG over to western shores.
The Wandering Witch Chases a Golden Kamuy

The Wandering Witch Chases a Golden

Welcome, all, again. This new viewing season seems to have gotten off to a slow start, but I waited, and good things arrived! One of the best so ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Cissy Jones

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

We got Cissy Jones here for you today. You may know her from such roles like Delilah from Firewatch or Sloane from Destiney 2.
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Alejandro Saab

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Witness the ultimate fast food battle with Alejandro Saab!
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

2018 has been a pretty rough year on my wallet so far with at least one game coming out almost every week since the start of the year that I’ve ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Kevin T. Collins

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

We got the man behind Berserk's Griffith; Kevin T. Collins! If that wasn't enough for you, he also narrates audio books, makes music, and directs! There's no limit ...
Kana’s Korner – Interview with Gaijin Goombah

Kana’s Korner – Intervi

Gaijin Goombah (is) here on 91.8 The Fan.

Tempest’s Downpour – Sexy Mafia Interview

Posted on Aug 01 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Sexy Mafia Interview
A group of otaku in Spain is living the dream: after forming their own dance group and learning the moves of Morning Musume, Koda Kumi, Perfume and more, the members have achieved a level of worldwide recognition. They perform annually at the Salon del Manga de Barcelona (the biggest anime convention in Spain), they do commercials for this convention and have been featured in television programs ranging from local to NHK in Japan.

Fan Friday – Anime Über Kawaii Moe Moe Kyun Desu

Posted on Jul 16 2010
Fan Friday – Anime Über Kawaii Moe Moe Kyun Desu
Today's Fan Friday submission comes from our newest moderator, Jubilee. Does this mean it's not really Fan Friday? Who cares, read on!

Tempest’s Downpour – Kenji Kamiyama

Posted on Jul 04 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Kenji Kamiyama
During AnimeNEXT I sat down in a room full of people and we all got to collectively interview Mr. Kenji Kamiyama. I'm here to share with you a little information I learned from that interview.

Tempest’s Downpour – Con Report: AnimeNEXT 2010

Posted on Jun 22 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Con Report: AnimeNEXT 2010
The original intent of 91.8 was to liveblog my AnimeNEXT experience straight from the con in real-time. But we thought, “Nah, let’s make them wait. That’ll go over well.”

Tempest’s Downpour – Anime In-Jokes 4: School Life Edition

Posted on Jun 06 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Anime In-Jokes 4: School Life Edition
After a long night piloting mechas and transforming into magical superheroes, what do our favorite anime characters have to look forward to the next day? School, of course! But any first-time anime viewer should immediately notice that school life in Japan is considerably different than in most other countries.

Samurai vs. Cowboys: Place Your Bets

Posted on May 19 2010
Samurai vs. Cowboys: Place Your Bets
Samurai have been called the “Cowboys of the East.” Let’s see how they would really go in a head-to-head competition. It’s like Pirates vs. Ninjas, only even more epic.

Tempest’s Downpour – Anime In-Jokes 3: Alice in Wonderland

Posted on May 05 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Anime In-Jokes 3: Alice in Wonderland
Wonderland must be some television station in Japan, because Alice tumbled down the rabbit hole and wandered her way into Japanese entertainment.

Tempest’s Downpour – Why Women Want Yaoi

Posted on Apr 23 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Why Women Want Yaoi
Why Women Want Yaoi: Where Tempest answers the age-old question of why women like yaoi, and offends everyone.

Tempest’s Downpour – Anime In-Jokes 2: Four Beast Deities Edition

Posted on Apr 07 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Anime In-Jokes 2: Four Beast Deities Edition
A typical fan watches a typical anime or plays a typical J-RPG, and suddenly the protagonists encounter a tiger, a tortoise, a phoenix and a dragon. A Japanese audience nods and laughs, while a good half of the American audience stares with wide eyes. In characteristic Japanese fashion, a joke has been made, but hasn’t been explained.

Tempest’s Downpour – Howl’s Moving Castle

Posted on Mar 24 2010
Tempest’s Downpour – Howl’s Moving Castle
Film adaptations tend to stray from the original books to an extent. However, Hayao Miyazaki took Diana Wynne Jones’ themes and inserted the characters into a completely different storyline. The book and movie of Howl’s Moving Castle are two separate stories, with countless alterations, and several striking similarities.