How to Build a Better MangaCast?
Don't know if any of you knew or cared, but the MangaCast celebrated its first a week ago Friday. With SDCC steam-rolling in full force I really didn't make a big deal of it. I mean the Yomi's were celebration enough really. I got to shake some hands, pass out cards and acrylic and did my share of networking. Man, the manga industry is built on the backs of a ton of cool people. They really made the experience one to remember (even if its becoming a haze as I suffer from something that seriously feels like West Nile Fever).
Anywho, as we do every six months the MangaCast is going to make a shoutout! Some of you know the drill, because little has changed at here over the last 12 months.
Jarred and I still have not been cloned successfully, so we are still looking for others to join the MangaCast network. Jack has been a huge help and he has been a great example of a listener turned podcaster. But do not forget we also accept written reviews. My has been our Japan correspondent focusing on shojo manga. I have to say that even with her monthly reviews, that really helps the Manly Men of the MangaCast get in touch with our shojo side. We seriously need people to go to other cons and record live stuff. Email us at email@example.com if you want to volunteer.
And since I spend almost all of my spare time reading manga, I don't know where to even start with the site. So we would also want to know how we can improve the place. Do you like the Japanese manga releases? Do you want more Maki Side Dishes? Do you want us to do less magazine info and more news/commentary? Are you like Brian who wants us to turn into the CurryCast? Should we just pack up and go somewhere else? We need some help figuring this all out. Leave us a comment if you have suggestions.
The MangaCast is nothing without your support and your comments, so please let us know how to make this a better community and a better manga loving network.