Abby Chan

Abby Chan is a Virtual Moderator created by Anime Beats World. Abby Chan is managing lots and lots of Facebook groups and pages until Abby Chan was told by Creator-san to also explore the vastness of the internet world. So that is why Abby Chan is here too!!! Follow on Twitter


Anime Artist who loves working with other anime artists for deals and commissions! Mod for AnimeArtistsUnite!


UltraMunch and other stuff. Drink too much coffee. No time for anime anymore. Follow on Twitter


Game developer and web designer. In my spare time, I enjoy learning about the newest developments in the anime and gaming world. During working hours, I work on video games, websites, and social media marketing projects. Hope you enjoy my articles! (If not, please tell me why...)


I am a casual anime enthusiast, and a contributor on a certain KanColle fan page. Thanks to the aforementioned franchise and a long time of playing the game, I became interested on stuff about WW2 and started watching and reading materials, including anime, related to it. Hence, I am now slowly becoming a gunji otaku. During my free time, sometimes I write short stories but I never managed to finish anyone of them. :V

Angelo C

Content Manager / Master Writer

Christian Dakin

Christian Dakin is a south Georgia-born writer, game director, and translator currently based out of Tokyo, Japan. He studied in Japan for a year in college before returning again for work. Christian enjoys studying Japanese and outdoors. In his off time, he is most likely to be found adventuring to a castle, belting it out in karaoke with friends, or in a gym somewhere.


UltraMunch Lead Editor. I enjoy teaching others about Japanese culture, health, and fashion! I love anything fluffy and cuddly. Speaks, sings, breathes anime. Follow on Twitter

Deba Edoma

KnY & Call of Duty first, anime second, gaming third... typical weeb obsessed with japan



Madly in love with anime and football...... it's disturbing.


I'm 22.I don't have a story for you to read because I don't know the sequel to my life.The only thing I have right now is the prequel and we all know a prequel without the sequel is just the Quel.. so NO!


Thank you very much for all your support so far, especially for those of you who are generous enough to become subscribers of Horacchi Channel.

John C

Super weeb. Can not even name one anime that I have never heard of.

Jon Lacelle

Long time nerd of many types and tastes, considered and often controversial opinions, and lover of debate.

Katie G

A weeb writer with a master's degree. Also known as the Otaku Analyst.

Kevin Murasaki

Kevin Murasaki grew up moving back and forth between Chicago and Yokohama, Japan. Known as a "hafu", Kevin is half Japanese, and half American. Now a videographer and drone operator based in Fukuoka, Japan, Kevin enjoys playing basketball, driving on mountain or "touge" roads, and fishing in his free time. Kevin is a recent graduate of the University of British Columbia.


On a mandatory lookout for the next big thing in anime and games. Giant robots seems to be doing the trick though...


Playing games since I was 5, tilting since I was 6.


Fanatic to the extreme. When I'm not busy writing about or playing games, I can be found nerding out over mixed martial arts, heavy metal, and molecular gastronomy.

Lorenz Jan Clement

I go by Lo. I kind of watch anime and other nerd culture stuff. Also a writer for Comic Book Resources, and

Mark Kennedy

Now a self-declared "lifer" foreigner in Japan, Mark is the founder of the Real Gaijin Substack ( Now based in Oita Prefecture in Kyushu, Japan, Mark is currently self-employed as an independent contractor focused on management and marketing consulting in the healthcare field. He had a long career at an American medical device manufacturer based in Chicago. Mark helped to found and ultimately run its wholly owned subsidiary in Tokyo. He completed a year-long Fulbright grant at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan. Mark is also a 1990 graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, U.S.A. where he earned a BA in both History and the Japanese language. During college Mark was an exchange student at both Waseda University and Nichibeikaiwagakuin in Tokyo where he studied intensive Japanese. Mark speaks business level Japanese and intends to remain in Japan indefinitely where he has lived for a total of more than 20 years. He likes to write about his experiences and has been a frequent contributor to the on-line media resource Japan Insider ( for which he typically writes about business-related issues, the unique culture of Japan, and travel. Mark likes the outdoors and is passionate about hiking, bicycle touring and marine sports—particularly sailing and windsurfing.



I like long walks on the beach. Just kidding, I'm actually terrified of stepping in the water myself. But I do like fries. Or any form of the potato.


I’m a 22 year old Anime blogger, currently studying for my masters in finance and control. To be honest, I have absolutely no desires to become a taxman. I am just an ordinary guy with everything to lose!