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: 30 Years Of Macross, 7 Hours Of Love

  Taking a most unusual detour from its previous home at UCLA, I took a short trip from home to spend a few hours as…

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Bridging The Gap Special: Yamato 2199 Bursts With Grandeur & Promise

  This last weekend marked the 38th anniversary of the day Uchu Senkan Yamato launched onto Japanese TV screens, ushering in a new era for…

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Through Older Lenses: Wicked City (Yoju Toshi, 1987)

  The wedges forged between us is at the very core of conflict, the very thing that often is the source of artistic inspiration. And…

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RahXephon: Ten Years Later

    And so an unprecedented little thing came to a satisfying conclusion ten years ago today. Even when it was by no means a…

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Bridging The Gap: The Trouble With Natsukashii

After putting some long delayed finishing touches on a Fujiko Mine post, it occurred to me that there is a bit of a disconnect between…

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The Fujiko Telegrams: Final Transmission

Originally discovered mid-summer 2012. The only thing worse than offering a break from the expected, is to turn one’s back on it at the last…

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