What You Need to Know:
- WOI Anime Trailer Screening Party supported by Tudukimi is coming to America for the first time! The 12th super popular event in Japan will have it’s first screening overseas and will expand its roots at Anime Expo, Los Angeles.
- TUDUKIMI is an event where a media personality provides personal commentary while watching around 50 Anime Trailers of the upcoming new season. TUDUKIMI is held on every season in Tokyo, Japan. One of the media personalities that will be introducing the official trailers at this special event is the popular Anime YouTuber, TheAnimeMan.
- An excellent opportunity to get to know the most recent happenings of Japanese Animation and the extraordinary richness of its astonishing variety!
Source: Official Press Release
Program Titles Broadcasting Start from Summer, 2019
Hensuki: Are you willing to fall in love with a pervert, as long as she’s a cutie?
How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?
Naka no Hito Genome [Jikkyouchuu]
Fire in His Fingertips
ARIFURETA: FROM COMMONPLACE TO WORLD’S STRONGEST
SENKIZESSHOU SYMPHOGEAR XV
Teasing Master Takagi-san 2
Are You Lost?
O Maidens in Your Savage Season
If It's for My Daughter, I'd Even Defeat a Demon Lord
Astra Lost in Space
KonoSuba: God's Blessing on this Wonderful World! Crimson Legend
A Certain Scientific Accelerator
Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?
Re:Stage! Dream Days♪
Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation: Nep's Summer Vacation
Broadcasting Start from Spring, 2019
The Helpful Fox Senko-san
THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS Theater CLIMAX SEASON
YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World
For Whom the Alchemist Exists
GIRLS und PANZER das FINALE 2
Choukadou Girl 1/6
We Never Learn
Carole ＆ Tuesday
Gunjou no Magmell
Why the hell are you here, Teacher!?
GRISAIA: Phantom Trigger The Animation
Ao-chan Can't Study!
Main MC - The Anime Man
The Anime Man, better known as Joey, is a Japanese-Australian YouTuber. Boasting over 1.8 million subscribers, he is known as one of the biggest Anime YouTube personalities on the internet. Predominantly covering anime analysis, critiques and discussions, he also focuses his rant, vlog, and skit-styled educational comedy videos on other topics including manga, light novels, gaming, Japanese language and culture, as well as other derivatives of general otaku cultural analysis using his fluent native-level Japanese to his advantage. He has also branched out into other departments, including voice acting, radio, music, writing and acting; more recently starting to make a name for himself under his Japanese alias: Ikuru Kamijou. He has also worked closely with many big Japanese and Western organizations dabbling in the anime industry including KADOKAWA, Kodansha, Visual Art’s/Key, Frontwing, Funimation, ViZ Media, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Fakku, Tokyo Otaku Mode and many more. Having met and collaborated with a plethora of anime and non-anime youtubers and personalities, Joey is here to get creative, get weird and have fun with everyone while it counts!
Assistant MC - Reina Scully
Reina Scully is a Japanese YouTuber & anime/manga translator known for her Japanese lessons, Japanese nerd culture vlogs, and gaming content across YouTube. She’s not only translated a myriad of anime and manga titles professionally, she’s also known for creating the Japanese and Anime education series “Anime Academy” & “Anime Names Explained” on Crunchyroll. Reina is currently the global producer for Mecha Ude by TriF Studio.
Guest - Richard Eisenbeis
Growing up in the deserts of Colorado, young Richard heard tales of a magical land full of anime and video games–not to mention robots, ninja, yokai, and giant mutated lizards with nuclear breath. After moving to Japan in 2005, Richard found out the truth: all the wild tales he had heard were totally true. Since then, he has made a career writing about anime and Japanese video games for places like Kotaku, Anime Now!, GamePro, and Anime News Network.
Guest - Anime News Network Executive Editor Zac Bertschy
Zac Bertschy fell in love with anime sometime during the mid-1990s and can't think of a good reason to stop now. He's been writing about anime since the year 2000; this is his 19th consecutive Anime Expo and his 14th year serving as the executive editor at Anime News Network, which has been publishing exhaustive news reporting, reviews, interviews, podcasts, seasonal preview guides, convention coverage and a whole lot more for the last two decades.