Here we are, the final MANV Feud as we take things to 2001 and Blood The Last Vampire. If there’s any individual Manga VHS releases (not re-releases or compilations) we missed let us know and we might put out a 10th episode down the line.
So, the laptop we normally record the podcast on died. Meaning we had to record this again using different means. Which is why our microphones sound hotter than normal.
In this episode – Crab monk, Chipmunk, and a game of Kerplunk! No, sorry it was a game of Reversi. Plus – Norio Wakamoto voices a dog.
GeGeGe no Kitaro decamps to Shigeru Mizuki’s hometown for the summer. Plus: cats are working on a bullet train, alley way pole-vaulting, and Genius Bakabon got turned into an anime again.
It’s been a while, but we finally wrap up our coverage of Netflix’s Little Witch Academia TV series with our good buddies Niall & Dwayne from The Secret Of The Sailor Madness. What does the arrival of an actual antagonist mean for the series? We find out!
New season, new theme tune, and the 100th episode of Let’s Go as long as you don’t count all those episodes of Let’s Go JoJo and Let’s Go Goku.
This week we watched:
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 Spring season winds down this week and Summer season pokes its head over the parapet. Meanwhile in Bonobono, it’s business as usual as the lads decide to walk in a straight line.
Lewis Smith joins us once more as we complete the Broly trilogy with Bio-Broly! But learning from our error with the second movie, we add to the discussion the two films that accompanied its release in 1994 – Dr. Slump & Arale-chan Ncha! Trembling Hot Summer Holiday and Slam Dunk: National Champions, Sakuragi Hanamichi!
It’s time to check into the Hotel de Saporo in Golden Kamuy, learn about an entirely different Gunma in You Don’t Know Gunma Yet and finally meet that woman from the end credits of Gurazeni. All this and more on this week’s Let’s Go!
This summer at Amecon we are playing a game of Anime Dog Poker, but first we need to get ourselves a pack of dogs. Anthony, Brian, Marvyn and Niall take turns picking 12 dogs each from the entire history of anime dogs.