Author: wintermuted

Part-time wandering artifact, part-time student, Wintermuted's travels from the wastelands of California's Coachella Valley have crystallized his love of all-things soulful & strange. A child of the VHS era, and often working for the anime man, his voyages continue onward in the name of bridging generations of Japanese popular art together. Can also be found via twitter.com/winterkaijyu , as well as wanderingkaijyu.blogspot.com !
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Things Just Happen – IN SPAAACE! (The Macross Frontier Features)

  As they say, familiarity breeds contempt. So when it comes to celebrating a quarter century-plus of one of animedom’s most iconic creations, what can…

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Bridging The Gap: Fall 2011 At A Tweet

  Being that post-quake industry has chosen to stagger out a number of titles over the course of several weeks, and because a bigger post…

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Embracing The Fear: The End Of An Industry

Ready for something truly scary? For a long time, I had been formulating thoughts on the state of the industry, as well as what is…

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The Usagi Drop Effect Part Two

  Now that another impressive noitaminA adaptation has come to an end, and an incomplete one at that, I’d like to share a simple wish….

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Bridging The Gap: Why The World Needs Sailor Moon

Can a shining light from the tail end of the brightest days of Japan be just what anime and manga need today?     There…

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The Usagi Drop Effect Part One

So perhaps this is as far opposite as the anime timbre needle can reach? Could Usagi Drop be the penultimate symbol of a medium reaching…

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