We’re into the final third of our run down of Manga VHS releases, and here’s where those releases start to feel a little run down themselves. We open with the much cut Violence Jack and end with the final Gall Force sequel, the original having never been released in the UK.
This week Kitaro invites us all aboard the last train to Hell. Big Sis Sho gets into it with Raccoon’s Dad. And Sister Jill makes her move.
On this week’s episode we get to grips with some of our Anime Blind Spots – famous anime that we’ve not seen minute one of. Until now! We check out the first episodes of Star of the Giants, Dr. Slump, Touch, Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Slam Dunk and Kochikame.
This week on the podcast we discuss Gurazeni’s audacious self congratulation, Bono Babies and disgusting eating habits in Tiramisu.
Bradley & Dwayne return to talk the 2016 One Piece Film Gold! The Straw Hats arrive at the gambling paradise Gran Tesoro and find themselves the target of its ruler, the richest man in world, Gild Tesoro.
In space, no-one can hear you shop. This week on Let’s Go!, Space Battleship Tiramasu picks up supplies, the CG bear returns in Golden Kamuy, Nezumi-Otoko goes into the energy business and Cutie Honey Universe immediately makes a liar of Brian.
Bradley Meek and Dwayne Moloney join us once again to talk One Piece. This time round it’s the 2016 TV movie, Heart of Gold. The Straw Hats voyage into the belly of a fish in search of the treasure Pure Gold.
On this week’s Let’s Go, the following bunch of dudes get cut up. Some squirrels. A bear. Many hitmen. Many faceless soldiers in 1570. A Panther Claw henchmonster.
The plan to only watch five half hour shows per season continues to go badly. As this week we add Golden Kamuy to the slate.
Greg Driver (Ace Comicals) joins us to take a look at the VHS tapes released by Manga Video UK during the first half of 1996.