Hello, curious person. Welcome to my humble anime blog on the internet.
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kevo (Founder, Editor-in-Chief)
kevo’ is a long-time anime fan that maintains this blog in his free time. He likes anime for the music, the unique aesthetic, and the simple pleasure of the medium. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, kevo founded Desu ex Machina with his bare hands. When he’s not watching anime, kevo enjoys the internet, cooking, sports, and video games. kevo tends to become extremely biased in favor of a show if it has a good OP/ED, so if any anime studios are reading this, they know how to easily win over my heart. kevo is also a reviewer at The Nihon Review and a regular guest writer at Anime Instrumentality.
Aeroblip (Podcast Editor)
My name is Aeroblip and I’m a college student trying to make it in the dog-eat-dog world of anime blogging. I started actively following anime since Winter 2011, and I joined this blog in January 2012. Currently, I am the Executive Producer of the Friday Anime Podcast. Besides anime, I’m also interested in sports, video games, and anything related to airplanes and spacecrafts (hence the name). I won’t talk about those much, unless you want me to…
Hello fellow anime aficionados. I’m Lerxst, your average Computer Science major and anime enthusiast. I’ve been blogging about anime since Spring 2011 and joined Desu Ex Machina around Fall 2012. Whenever I’m not watching anime I usually spend my time watching sports(primarily American football) or playing video games. I’m just your everyday nerd trying to let his voice be heard in the world of anime blogging. And eventually, in the real world as well.
When I’m not doing that college thing, I take off my Computer Science major disguise and watch anime and play video games. As a 100% middle schooler, I hated anime and the people who liked it, mostly because I had only experienced the dregs of the anime community. I obviously got over it and have been watching anime substantially since 2005. It’s good times. See you guys around.