Episode 61 – Ghost In The Shell SAC (PLUS: Tiger & Bunny – The Beginning)

Greg Driver and Lewis Smith from Structured Randomness join us to talk about 2002’s Ghost In The Shell Stand Alone Complex. It’s cyborg procedural drama in the way only Masamune Shirow and Production IG can deliver. In earlier episodes Brian and Anthony both admitted to having found it boring back in the day – how will they find it in 2012?

PLUS: Lewis and Brian both saw the first Tiger & Bunny movie in London. Find out what they thought about it in this week’s WATCHUWATCH.

Links to things mentioned on the show:

Greg’s “crappy” Ghost In The Shell AMV

A picture of Steve Buscemi

An AMV Anthony collaborated on.


Episode 60 – Autumn Preview

It’s that time again. The time to tell you what we failed to watch from the Summer anime season and what we will fail to watch in the Autumn anime season. Because we are too busy watching things for the podcast.

The difference this time is we are joined by Bradley C. Meek of THOSE DAMN CARTOONS. He’s got a fist full of WATCHUWATCH he wants to talk about and joins in with the fantastic new game “DO YOU REMEMBER WHEN WE GAVE A TOSS ABOUT…”

And Brian says terrible things about the presenters of Top Gear.

Episode 59 – Interstella 5555

Debbie Collins joins us “One More time” for a “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” episode of Dynamite In The Brain. You’ll “Digital Love” it.


That’s right we are talking the Daft Punk / Leiji Matsumoto film from 2003, Interstella 5555. Plus, a superhero filled WATCHUWATCH and a silly game involving Yahoo Answers.


Episode 58 – Voices of a Distant Star

After the bumper blow out of episode 57, Brian and Anthony come crashing down to earth with a short episode about Makoto Shinkai’s 2002 tale of poor mobile phone coverage. Does it hold up ten years on? Or have the years not been kind to it? Find out in the latest instalment of Dynamite In The Brain!

Episode 57 – Amecon Review

We are joined by a bumper load of guests today. Returning to the Mayhem Moon are Ebbie from the BizarreJelly5 videolog and Leon Everett. And joining us for the first time ever, it’s DJ Snap himself, James Simmonds. They (and Anthony) all went to Amecon and they are here to tell you (and Brian) all about it. Plus, can they identify their own tweets in Brian’s new game?

You better listen to it before it goes out of print!

Episode 56 – SUPERHERO MONTH PART 4 – The Skull Man

Third time lucky! We finally recorded an episode about 2007’s THE SKULL MAN and we are joined by returning guest Bradley C. Meek, who valiantly does the heavy lifting for a chest infected Anthony and hayfever ridden Brian. Plus: WATCHUWATCH, the UK DVD/BD releases and an exciting game of MUTANT, CYBORG or ANDROID.

All this and more in a brand new episode of DYNAMITE IN THE BRAIN.

Check out Bradley’s website THOSE DAMN CARTOONS and tell him what’s cute and what’s not.

Brian’s posts on The Skull Man from 2007 – 1, 2.

Episode 55 – Amecon Preview

Anthony and Leon Everett take over the show to preview this years Amecon. The panels, the parties, the site, the sounds, it’s all here along with surprise appearances from Snoop Dogg, Cilla Black and a Scotsman.

Plus: this week’s UK anime releases and another round of WATCHUWATCH.

Episode 54 – SUPERHERO MONTH PART 3 – Ultimate Muscle

In the third part of our look at superhero themed anime, we look at the first six episodes of the dub of the Kinnikuman sequel, ULTIMATE MUSCLE. Currently airing in the UK on Kix, it also doubles as this months 2002 anime.

Plus, this weeks UK anime releases, a Dark Knight Rises WATCHUWATCH and we also watched some of the original 1982 Kinnikuman anime too.

Episode 53 – SUPERHERO MONTH PART 2 – Gotham Knight

Remember that Batman OAV that came out around the time of The Dark Knight? Well we do, and we’re joined by Debbie Collins to talk GOTHAM KNIGHT and all things Batman.  So warm yourself up for The Dark Knight Rises with latest episode of Dynamite In The Brain!

PLUS: Anthony debuts a character, the week’s UK anime releases, WATCHUWATCH and game of BATMAN VILLAIN OR CONSERVATIVE PARTY MP?


“Staked through the heart and you’re to blame, you give genetically engineered monsters designed for fighting, a bad name.”

That’s right, it’s 2012’s anime adaptation of Masakazu Katsura’s bloody superhero manga. Our first of four superhero shows, we discuss this melange of Batman, Devilman and Iron Man. Did we love it or hate it? Find out in a new episode of Dynamite In The Brain.