As some of you may already know, Beneath the Tangles is a Christian anime blog which analyzes the intersection of Christian ideas and themes and Japanese media, such as anime, manga, visual novels, and even video games. This was originally started by the wonderful Charles, or TWWK, who managed to gather numerous talented writers who shared the same passion for Japanese media and God. Beneath the Tangles has come a long way over the last 5 years, growing from a simple one-man blog, to one with regular columns, podcasts, and a supportive community made up of both believers and non-believers, sharing mutual respect for each other through our common interests.
At the end of 2015, Charles publicly announced his decision to leave Beneath the Tangles
. While saddening to us all, it is also with mutual excitement as both Charles and our new administrator Japesland have plans to continue the ministry work where God has led each of them. With this change in administration, I’ve decided to remake the old anime blog with this one. I know we did a pretty bad job keeping the old one up to date anyway, but I hope to do a better job this time around.
We have a lot of plans for this coming year, perhaps more so than any year ever before, so we hope you look forward to some of the things we will be announcing later on. For starters, we’ve begun this year by completing our transition to a new web hosting service, which will allow us more freedom in site design. There have been some minor issues that we’ve been trying to address as best as possible, so if you notice anything wrong, please don’t hesitate to let us know. Our old wordpress.com link should auto-redirect you to our new site, but otherwise, you can access our blog via the link below. We also have plans to be more interactive with our social media platforms, which you can also find below, so we hope you join us as you feel comfortable!http://www.beneaththetangles.com/https://www.facebook.com/beneaththetangles/https://twitter.com/AnimeTangles
"It was then that I found the darkness in my heart, but I wanted to become a strong person who didn't yield to such weakness." - Nana Mizuki