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Courtesy of the Ani-Gamers Podcast at www.anigamers.com, here is the Otakon 2009 press conference for Japanese guests Noboru Ishiguro, Masao Maruyama, Yukio Kikukawa, and Hidenori Matsubara. Gerald and Clarissa were in attendance, as were several others. A-G edited it so we don’t have to, so go over there to download it!
Anime Weekend Atlanta panel preparations are still taking up our free time, so if you’ll be there be sure and attend our panels: Doujin World (18+), History of Hentai (18+), Black Jack: Tezuka’s Dark Doctor, the Panel OF DOOM!, and Anime’s Craziest Deaths!
10 Replies to “Bonus – Otakon 2009 Press Conference, Japanese Creators”
Ugh, TK looks friggin' weird as a PSX game… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7gVjdvmFOA
He should have said his favorite Motley Crue song was "Jailhouse Rock." Just to be a dick.
Looks like "My Balls" finally "climaxed". I hope AWO reviews it soon.
sucks, I literally an hour away from Atlanta but I won't be able to attend AWA this year. It seems like that's just life.
I've never been to an American style anime convention, but I'd like to watch a few panels and see what the deal is. Are there never any panels recorded in full and put on the web?
@Sceleris: A couple of us anime podcasters will post panel audio every once in a while, but really the multimedia focus of a panel makes it better suited to video. Your best bet is to look stuff up on YouTube – I know that a lot of voice actor panels get posted on there.
Always nice to hear what they have to say ^^
But some rly strange questions i must say.
@Evan Minto: Yes, my mistake, I was thinking specifically about video recordings of (at least somewhat) educational fan panels. But good tip, I actually found a few that seem all right.
I dunno. Am I a dick for being annoyed by the media over-exposure of Baby Jessica, while wanting to know if the Crayon Shin Chan creator's alright?
Dammit, he didn't make it! I hope AWO honors him in the next podcast. ;-;