The 52nd episode of Manga Out Loud has just been posted, completing two years of biweekly (on average) episodes. Congratulations, Ed!
We debut a new format with this episode, where Ed and I discuss a few manga titles in one segment before inviting in our guests for a second. This episode, we’re talking with Alex Hoffman about the Natsume Ono Manga Moveable Feast he hosted, with additional guest Kristin from Comic Attack. After reading Ono’s book Tesoro, I was happy to get a chance to talk about her work with fans.
Prior to that, though, Ed and I briefly talk about reading Princess Knight, the second volume of A Bride’s Story, and 20th Century Boys 17. Complete with index listings, so you can jump to the segments you’re interested in!
The next episode will be available in January — we’re taking a break for the holidays — and even though Ed retired from reviewing recently, the podcast will continue. Which thrills me to death, since it’s great fun, and I hope our readers are enjoying listening to it as much as we enjoy making it.Similar Posts: Manga Out Loud Discusses Naoki Urasawa § Manga Out Loud Discusses Princess Knight § A Fresh Look at 20th Century Boys on Manga Out Loud Podcast § Manga Out Loud: Tezuka for Adults § Newest Manga Moveable Feast Covers Vampires