Yatahaze stole his name from a dredg song. Most people simply call him Yata. He’s fine with that. Yata got into anime around 2010, when a friend showed him Death Note. He watched occasional anime on and off for the next two years until spring 2012, when partially because of an outstandingly well-rounded season and partially because he had too much time on his hands, he started to watch anime a little more regularly. To this day, he still watches it because he has too much time on his hands. He’s also probably the only liberal diehard NASCAR fan and a songwriter/multi-instrumentalist whose music can be found here. His MyAnimeList profile can be found here, his Kitsu profile can be found here, and his anime-centric Twitter can be found here.
Harubro (mainly going by Harubruh now) has had a fondness for anime since obsessing with Speed Racer as a young boy. He watched anime somewhat sparingly up until spring of 2012, when he ran into an interesting band of people on the internets (including Yata) that hooked him on a bunch of good shows. A former auto tech gearhead, he’s also an avid fan of the Oakland Athletics and baseball in general. Can typically be found at local pubs or breweries, baseball games, car shows, and anime conventions around North Texas. You can find his MyAnimeList here, and his ani-Twitter account here.
Catche is the poppin’, pretentious man with the plan. He’s been watching anime since the dog days of 2010, though he and anime got into a big fight which resulted in a falling out in 2012. Luckily the two of them reconciled in late 2014, and the two have gone on to have a rather fruitful relationship since. You can find his MyAnimeList here, his Kitsu here, and his ani-Twitter here.
L-K was our resident audio engineering fella who helped with podcasts, loves surreal shit, and may or may not have become one with the sound waves since this site was created. We are forever grateful they suggested “FOR GREAT JUSTICE” as a name.