This month’s Patreon sponsor update is, funny enough, going to be about Patreon.
Before I go into detail, I’d like to give thanks to my Patreon sponsors.
Sue Hopkins fans:
Yoshitake Rika fans:
Hato Kenjirou fans:
Yajima Mirei fans:
Recently, Patreon has changed the way it handles patron subscriptions and creator payouts. There’s some controversy over the exact intent behind this change too–Patreon claims it’s to increase consistency of payments, critics argue it’s a greedy move to extract more money. Either way, what it means is that many users might end up paying more. Where a $1 pledge once meant you pay $1, it now means $1.36 per creator you support.
If you want to keep supporting Ogiue Maniax at your current pledge level, feel free to do so. But if the extra financial burden from this Patreon change is too much, feel free to lower your pledge amounts as much as necessary–even to $0.
One thing I’m considering is lowering my rewards to compensate for this change, so patrons can get the same perks for the same amount. Tell me in the comments or on Patreon.
My favorite posts from last month:
It’s been a while since New York City’s had a dedicated anime con. Check out my thoughts on Anime NYC (spoilers: it was fantastic).
Wherein I reflect on a decade of anime blogging.
A snack from my time in the Netherlands!
My favorite volume of Genshiken, period.
Aikatsu Stars! and Nikaido Yuzu, the Ultimate Kouhai/Senpai
I was asked to write about my favorite Halloween anime, only to realize that most of them are Precure episodes. Go figure.
Kio Shimoku announced a new manga. Am I going to review it on Ogiue Maniax? The answer is “very yes.”