On this week’s podcast, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid gets seasonal, Toppo and Goku go toe to toe, Chidori gets bloody, Chipmunk gets attacked, Heybot makes no sense, the world gets Bachified and Time Bokan 24 ends. Sort of.
Take a trip with us back to the wonderful world of 1998 in the company of Grace Chan and Jon Anning. We take a look at the Ryutaro Nakamura, Chiaki J Konaka and Yoshitoshi ABe project Serial Experiments Lain. A glimpse at the plugged in cyber-future that awaited us, how does it look 19 years later? We find out on today’s episode of Dynamite In The Brain.
This week Beethoven declares what is Best! Fukuwara Mask engages in sleazy indie booking. Raccoon tries to bring Bonobono to an early end by killing the 3 leads. The plot shows up in Time Bokan 24 with just one episode to go. And villains reveal themselves in ACCA.
But no Dragon Ball or Shonen Ashibe 🙁
After a few tweaks to the format following our pilot episode, here’s the first episode of the Famous Anime Podcast, the podcast all about Famous Anime. Elliot Page of UK Anime Network and Lewis Smith of Car and Mechanical are here to help us decide which of the anime based on Shonen Jump properties launched between the start of Dragon Ball and the start of Slam Dunk can enter the Famous Anime Podcast’s Hall of Anime Fame.
Other podcasts might tell you about unknown shows that you need to check out, but the Famous Anime Podcast is here to confirm that other people have heard about the anime you already know about!
The Truth Is In Here. It’s all about Truth on Let’s Go this week! The truth about the universal elimination tournament. The truth about Jean’s parents. And most importantly of all, the truth about the moon landing in 1969. All these truths reveal themselves on this week’s Let’s Go! The Weekly Anime Podcast About Weekly Anime.
Elliot and Lewis are here to discuss the most popular non-canon Dragon Ball character of them all, BROLY~! We review his first appearance in the film Broly, The Legendary Super Saiyan AKA Dragon Ball Z: Burn Up!! A Close, Intense, Super-Fierce Battle. And then we find out just how popular the man is as we delve into the world of Broly-based AMVs.
Gohan goes blind. Bono Bono’s dad goes on a trip. Jean Otus learns some truth. And Kevin and Takuma face a robot. All this and more on this week’s Let’s Go! the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime.
This week: Tiger The Dark faces down Tiger Mask’s felled foes in Hell In The Hole, Buu faces Basil The Brush, the Shinsengumi face their fear of other people and the Fenny faces the fact that the world is not fun.
All this and more as the two faces of Brian and Dwayne talk into microphones for an hour about weekly anime.
Aaron Long is back to help us pilot a new format, THE FAMOUS ANIME PODCAST. What does this presumptuously titled podcast involve? In it we discuss 10 of 2002’s most notable anime, and decide which of them can be considered famous in 2017. It mostly works. Though you may hear a few more Skype noises than intended.
We take a diversion from the norm this week as Niall delivers his final verdict on last season’s Flip Flappers and anime-adjacent The Red Turtle. Brian also went off the beaten track with the debut of SPACE SENTAI KYURANGER!
But do not worry, we also found time to watch and talk about all the usual stops as well.
NB: this week’s episode title is a reference to this 90’s puppet-led hit. Pretty sure Flip Flappers would have been greatly improved by covering that song with appropriate lyric changes.