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Andy Hanley

Favorourite Anime

Neon Genesis Evangelion
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Bakemonogatari
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
SHIROBAKO


Favourite Manga

A Certain Scientific Railgun
Genshiken
Sunshine Sketch
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Toradora!

Andy Hanley

Editor-in-chief

Andy has been writing for UK Anime since 2006, and was the site's editor-in-chief until August 2017.  Contrary to popular belief, Andy is not actually a robot.

Relatively speaking Andy is something of a late-comer to Japanese culture, but soon developed a huge and all-encompassing love for all things anime - a fascination which perhaps inevitably led to him joining UK Anime's writing staff in the summer of 2006, a position he relished with gusto until August 2017.

Andy has now moved on to work as the Marketing Manager for Anime Limited.


Interests

Computer hardware, music, football, art, writing



LATEST ARTICLES
posted by Ross Liversidge on 11 Dec 2017
UKA Podcast - Tamashii Exhibition and Alita Trailer

Ross and Mr Seb go heavy on the wine as they tackle the latest news, marvel at the Tamashii Nations Exhibition awesomeness and get into the Battle Angel Alita trailer. Kampai!
posted by Ross Liversidge on 03 Dec 2017
UKA Podcast S03E18 - Your Name and Random Nonsense

Ross and Mr Seb are joined by Bryony to discuss Your Name in greater detail and work through a myriad of manga announcements. Join a collective shaking of heads in disbelief as Ross has to educate Mr Seb on what a Papoose is, by way of a Sloth called Emmental and the creation of MC Chardonney. What a week...
posted by Elliot Page on 22 Nov 2017
Hibanacon 2017 Con Report

Intrepid adventurer Elliot Page went along to the alternate dimension that is Milton Keynes to attend Hibanacon, a first-year convention on the 10th-12th November.
posted by Seb Reid on 19 Nov 2017
UKA Podcast S03E17 - Ripon Chainsaw Massacre

Ross and Mr Seb discuss working at conventions and the accuracy of manga translations, all with the delightful background hum... of a chainsaw.