About

This is a semi-casual, semi-technical blog about anime by some friends who realized they had things to say. For now, our main goal is to cover current anime and manga. Eventually, we’ll break out the occasional article delving deeper into anime and manga as a medium of entertainment/art form.

The name “Animetics” comes from a fusion of Anime and Animatics, rough sketches used to create animation storyboards.

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13 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello Animetics Team!

    I was wondering if you’d be interested in participating in a manga blogging tourney based on the Olympics.
    If you’d like more info about it you can check out our post at [http://mangaweekend.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/manga-weekend-hosts-manga-olympics-for-bloggers-mob-springsummer-2013-2/]
    Please contact us if you’d like to find out more about it!

    Thank you for your time!

  2. Hi! I really like your “Fun With Numbers: Precedent for Long Tails in US Anime Sales Totals” post. I’ve never really delved into sales numbers before!

    I have my own blog at http://www.deredeck.com/blog which I have started and I would love it if you could check it out! Still pretty fresh at blogging and whatnot, but I thought I’d try 😛

  3. Hi,

    just wanted to drop by and say thank you for your awesome translation work on the Akiko Higashimura Manben episode. I actually didn’t ever bother looking for a translation because I deemed it a hopeless endeavour, but then a friend found out that you guys actually did a translation.

    Many thanks for that. In your translations section I’ve also found quite a few interesting-looking article translations about the industry and Japanese anime people. I’ll definitely pay you a visit every once in a while now. 🙂

  4. Hi,
    same here, I really enjoyed watching Urasawa Naoki no Manben NHK Manga Documentary.
    Thanks a million for the time and effort you put in there, and for sharing it with us all ^__^

    • Came here to thank you so much for the english subbed Manben episodes- Like Japanese Bob Ross but with more diversity and viewpoints. So many truly lovely people! :).

  5. thank you SOOOO MUCH for subtitling Urasawa Naoki’s Manben! I just watched it this week, and the show is so interesting, and so incredibly inspiring! Watching it with subtitles makes such a huge difference, thank you!

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