This weekend, Friday-Sunday, is the New York Anime Festival. As always, we will be there with our live shows. If you're in the area (New York City), come check it out!
Saturday, September 27th
Comics for the Manga Fan
Anime Match Game
Special Guests: Lisa Ortiz, Eric Maruscak, Bill Rogers, and Kevin McKeever
Gekiga: Dramatic Manga
Sunday, September 28th
Know Your Creators
I promised I would do something special because Rym is ill. Well, here it is. I'm doing a live stream. It's about 8:40PM New York Time on 9/11/08. I'm going to start maybe in 5 or 10 minutes. Here's the URL.
Sorry! The stream is over. I'm just leaving this post here for posterity's sake.
The reason there have been no shows this week is because Rym is ill. Regular shows will resume when he recovers.
Stay tuned! Our PAX coverage will hit the feed tomorrow night, and then we
We would like to give a huge shout-out to everyone we met at PAX 2008. This was one hell of a convention, and you can bet you'll see us there next year in force.
For those of you looking for more information from our panel - Beyond Dungeons & Dragons - or the after-panel event, stay tuned! We're relaxing in Seattle after the con, but have no fear: we will return! If all goes well, and Rym's voice recovers in time, we'll have our PAX 2008 coverage out by Tuesday.
And yes, Tycho, we'll play Burning Wheel with you next time.
Hello to all of you new listeners!
We're off on our annual "writers' retreat," but expect some live-from-the-beach shows as soon as we can get them up! In the meantime, check out the archives. Wednesday nights are Anime, Manga, and Comics.
We'll have our Otakon coverage soon! Also, check back for the lists of both "Anime You Should See" and the creators from "Know Your Creators!"
Welcome to all of you who are visiting us after the T.M.Revolution event at Kinokuniya on Sunday! I hope you all had a fantastic time.
Stay tuned Wednesday night, where we will have our coverage of both the interview with Mr. Takanori Nishikawa and the New York Comic Con 2008. Monday and Tuesday night's shows, Technology and Gaming respectively, will be covering other topics, so you'll just have to hold out and wait. In the meantime, remember that GeekNights Wednesdays covers anime, manga, and comics in general, with over 120 past shows available for you to download.
The actual interview will be broadcast in the Tokyo area on Saturday at Midnight EDT. We'll announce if there will be a more easily accessible playing.
Thank you all for being there!