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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Bridging The Gap(Literal Edition): TAF 2013’s BIG Early Announcements

  And so it turns out I come out of half-hibernation to reflect upon a pair of interesting announcements to come out of Day One…

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Bridging The Gap: That Moment

  Whenever I discuss any creative medium, one often is remiss if unable to bring up moments of vibrant inspiration. Moments that not merely find…

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Bridging The Gap: One Day, Anime LA 2013

  Despite taking place within con-unfriendly temperatures, post-holidays, and amidst a remarkably harsh flu season, fellow podcaster, Jenny Park & I braved on to the…

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Psycho-Pass: Dead On Arrival?

  A lot of words have already been shared regarding Production IG’s big return to dystopian sci-fi, PSYCHO-PASS, so a part of me felt like…

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Through Older Lenses: Urban Square – Kohaku no Tsuigeki (1986)

  “For years, I didn’t understand the concept of writer’s block. I was like, “what’s that?”, you know? And then I realized a few weeks…

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Madoka Magica Movies 1 and 2: A Roundtable Discussion

gendomike, M. LaMoe, and wintermuted went to see the first two Madoka Magica movies together last week and boy did they talk. Are these movies that different from the series? What’s the social and religious significance of the story now, and does the third film promise anything interesting?

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