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Having watched anime since it was airing late night on the Sci-Fi channel in the late 90s, I consider myself... someone who's watched a lot of anime, and then got hired to write reviews about them. Hooray!
By day, I work in the television industry. By night, I'm a writer for Anime UK News. Twitter: @lilithdarkstorm
When she's not watching anime, reading manga or reviewing, Demelza can generally be found exploring some kind of fantasy world and chasing her dreams of being a hero.
I'm a long-time anime and Japanese film and culture fan who has lived in the country and is studying Japanese in an effort to become fluent. I write about films, anime, and work on various things.
Ian works as an anime and manga critic for Anime UK News, and is also the manga critic for MyM Magazine. Outside of anime, he also is the editor of On The Box, data specialist for the British Comedy Guide, is QI's most pedantic viewer, and has appeared on Mastermind.
Lover of everything moe, IncendiaryLemon adores 'Cute Girls Doing Cute Things' anime and occasionally other genres too.
Reviewing anime by moonlight, working in film by daylight, never running out of things to write, he is the one named Josh A. Stevens.
Grav is your average generic anime character who went to University, joined and took over the Sheffield Hallam anime society, graduated, got a job, and after various tropes is now back at University. He considers himself a man of culture and likes a lot of anime, even the ones that are considered bad. He likes harems, isekai and pouts too.
With a chant of "Ai-katsu!", Matthew Tinn spends their days filled with idol music and J-Pop. A somewhat frequent-ish visitor to Japan, they love writing and talking about anime, Japanese music and video games.
Professor Irony draws stickmen for pennies. His bank manager will tell you this is not an exaggeration. Twitter: @AntiheroArt
Rui can usually be found on the Anime UK Forums ready to leap in and converse with anyone else as passionate about historical anime (fantasy or otherwise). There is apparently some debate around whether Rui is an actual person or some kind of experimental anime-obsessed A.I.
Sarah's been writing about her love of manga and anime since Whenever - and first started watching via Le Club Dorothée in France...
Teapot is Anime UK News' editor-in-chief and webmaster, and is fond of slice-of-life anime, PC gaming, and Pokémon. When not working as a consultant web developer, Teapot writes, plays video games, and is regularly terrorised by a rabbit.