Jeremy lives in the Redondo Beach area. He was first introduced to anime with heavily edited versions of Mazinger Z (aka Tranzor Z in the US), GoLion (aka Voltron) and Macross (aka Robotech) while growing up in the 1980's. Since then his tastes have evolved into a fairly eclectic mix of anime with a soft-spot for underdog shonen stories, psychological/cyber-punk stories and select love comedies.
Jeremy is also the head organizer of Anime Souffle anime club. It was at an Anime Souffle meeting where he met Michael Huang and eventually was invited to join as a guest co-host for Scattered Cells Podcast episode #6 in February of 2007. He since then has become a regular part of the Anime Diet crew.
Familiar U.A. students had a chance to shine again in this My Hero Academia animated film. With an energizing soundtrack, visually pleasing and exhilarating fight sequences along with well-acted character voices, the movie was a solid and fun ride for the returning MHA fan. Live audience participation made the movie that much sweeter, as anyone who has been at a premiere with hundreds of screaming fans can attest. However, the pacing during the first half of the movie was slow and the overall storyline was not inventive.
We had the honor of interviewing, on camera, one of the biggest idol groups in Japan, Momoiro Clover Z! You’ll get to hear what they really think of their manager, and just how much one girl can sneeze–and more!
We talked to the creator of the Guilty Gear fighting game franchise, Daisuke Ishiwatari, at Anime Expo 2015. Hear him talk about the creation of Bridget, his thoughts on the pronunciation of BlazBlue, and more!
Jeremy talked to the famed creator of Danganronpa, Kazutaka Kodaka, at Anime Expo. Hear all about his roots, influences, and things he looks for in games–his own and others when he helps bring them to Japanese audiences.