About Me


Who’s Destiny Senpai?

In the sunshine state, there’s a girl with a heart full of sunshine. With a passion for anime & manga Destiny created a podcast for fans everywhere. One day she’ll be working for a company in the anime industry. Until then, listen to Getting Animated every week. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Music, Spotify & Anchor.

What is Getting Animated?

Getting Animated was created for anime fans, young and old; for beginners to full fledged otakus. With weekly news straight from the anime industry and anime topics that will have you thinking about your favorite shows for hours. Destiny knows how it feels to live in a small town with limited resources but still have that fire passion for anime. She created this podcast to give fans a way to connect & stay fully involved with what’s going on in the industry

Companies I’ve Partnered With


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How Can I Support?

LISTEN. COMMENT. SHARE. SUBSCRIBE. Just knowing that you feel like my podcast is worth sharing with your friends and family is all the support I need!

If you feel extra generous you can always donate a cup of coffee to keep me energized for the show!

Donate a cup of coffee 🙂

My Artwork:

The image used for my brand was created by the artist jac_universe, on instagram.


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