Written by Sean Russell Thursday, 25 March 2010 10:03
Anime 3000 Panel: A Conversation with Helen McCarthy. Season Three, Episode Two: A Conversation with Helen McCarthy. We experimented with a new idea of having more of a loose conversation about various anime topics. These topics ranged from the iPad, moe, the feminist movement, Summer Wars, My Neighbor Totoro and Yona Yona Penguin. Joining us this week, we have Michael Pinto from anime.com, Tim Maughan from Timmaughanbooks.com and of course, Helen McCarthy.
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Helen McCarthy (born 1951) is the British author of such anime reference books as 500 Manga Heroes and Villains, Anime!, The Anime Movie Guide and Hayao Miyazaki: Master of Japanese Animation. She is also the co-author of The Erotic Anime Movie Guide and the exhaustive The Anime Encyclopedia with Jonathan Clements. – Wikipedia
Tim Maughan is a science fiction writer, anime otaku, failed DJ, one-time video games producer, web developer, DnB soldier, moon-faced hip-hopper, miserable bastard and Olympic standard procrastinator from Bristol in the United Kingdom.
As well as writing about anime and manga on his own blog as well as magazines and websites on both sides of the Atlantic, he also writes science fiction, with his first work published in early 2010 and more to follow later this year. When not writing he can be found getting himself into trouble on Twitter.
Michael Pinto is the Creative Director of Very Memorable Design, Publisher of Anime.com and Editor of Fanboy.com. He’s also a champion on our show making his third appearance.
Make sure you check out Mike Dent on Otaku USA’s new podcast, Friday Ace.
Panel Conversation: 4:40
The iPad and its potential impact on the way media is presented.
Approaching the rights holders for anime images.
Tim Maughan talks about his undying love for Moe, or not.
The moe conversation continues mentions of Dave Merrill and other giant robot fans.
Twitter verses other social media connections.
Mentions of Yona Yona Penguin from Helen McCarthy
Summer Wars mention from Tim.
Michael Pinto talks about coolhunting. Here is more information on the idea.
John Peel reference made by Michael Pinto
Do you think Tezuka invented the manga industry, listen to this podcast now!
Disney rewrites history and invents animation in the process.
The tragedy of EC Comics in America
Tim mentions 2000 AD is the official home of award-winning British sci-fi comic 2000 AD. Featuring classic characters Judge Dredd, Rogue Trooper.
Interesting conversation about men and women’s view on feminism and Alan Moore
Brilliant insights about Tezuka from Helen McCarthy – Michael Pinto
Zac Bertchy is mentioned when we start talking about Go Go Monster
The role of a critic and getting it right in anime
Totoro’s universal appeal and ability to tell a story without the need to hear dialogue
We turn into This Week in Tech for a few minutes.
Apple’s Steve Jobs is compared to GM’s Alfred P. Sloan.
Michael Pinto describes the logo as the most stunning logo he’s ever seen.
Getting casual anime fans interested in the history of anime
Mai Mai Mircle Trailer
Popular article from Time, 10 Anime Films to See Before You Die
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