Marvyn joins us to take our fourth look at the output of Tokyo Movie Shinsha. This time round we meet superheroes, detectives, galactic school children and a famous video gamer.
Ten more anime from Tokyo Movie Shinsha, including a hasty addition when we realised we had already put one of the anime in the Famous Anime Podcast’s Hall of Anime. Dogs in dungarees to thieves in leotards are up for judgement on this episode.
Lewis joins us as we continue to work our way through notable Tokyo Movie productions. On this month’s episode Cowboys, Cavemen, Mice and the French Revolution!
The Famous Anime Podcast returns and inspired by last week’s look at Lupin we cast a judicious eye over the early output of Tokyo Movie. Featuring assorted supermen, monsters, animals, idiots and thieves.
As promised last year, Aaron Long (Sublo & Tangy Mustard) joins us take a look at the year all your favourite anime came out, the year anime broke, 1998. Who will enter the Famous Anime Podcast’s Hall of Anime Fame? Who will fall to the wayside? Find out on this month’s episode of the Famous Anime Podcast!
Anthony and Brian are back to decide which anime from 2003 can truly claim to be famous here in 2018. Robots, Martial Artists, Pirates and Hedgehogs abound!
A bonus podcast to cover the lack of Let’s Go! this week, it’s the slightly late arrival of the third of our Famous Anime Podcasts about light novel adaptations. Aaron Long joins us to figure out which late nineties light novel adaptations and multi-media blitzes still linger in pop culture’s collective consciousness in 2017!
Lewis Smith joins us to take a look at Light Novel anime from the early 90s to determine which can be truly deemed FAMOUS!
Light Novel-based Anime, there’s been an awful lot of them in the past 15 years, but where did they come from? We go back to the Eighties and decide which of these early examples of one of modern anime’s most reliable crutches can truly be called Famous?
If you could go back in time and change one thing what would it be? For me it would have been to remember to include Super Jetter in this list anime time travel shows. Regardless, Niall joins us once more to vote on which famous anime time travellers are worthy of entry into the Famous Anime Podcast’s Hall of Anime Fame!
On the podcast we declare that one of these is very unlikely to get a Western release. Then days after recording it was announced that it will play in cinemas and be out on Blu Ray soon. So from now on we will declare on every episode that Adventures of Gamba and Dokaben will never be released in English.