We are joined by Lewis Smith for a lengthy talk about Sunrise’s superhero buddy comedy, Tiger & Bunny. There were some recording problems during this, meaning we lost some material. I think I edited it to make sense, but apologies in advance if you hear call backs to things you didn’t hear earlier.
00:00 – 50:00 SPOILER FREE series overview
50:00 – 100:00 SPOILER-laden in depth discussion of the show. And there might be some Big O spoilers in there too. Though possibly not as I couldn’t recall exactly what I was trying to recall. You have been warned.
Once more we travel back in time a decade and visit an anime froma that time. This time we are joined by John-Paul from fightbait anime podcast who along with Anthony will tell me why I am so wrong about Shinichi Watanabe’s puerile masterpiece, Puni Puni Poemy.
A special Halloween episode of DITB. We talk 2009 CG vampire anime Hipira. Originally a story book by Katsuhiro Otomo (Akira) and Shinji Kimura, it got a series of shorts made by Kimura and CG master Kodai Sato.
Then we discuss IMDB’s highest rated animated vampires themed shows/movies. Which briefly turns into an episode of Cash In The Attic.
If you like swearing this episode is for you. We are really earning the explicit tag on iTunes this time round with the final segment of this episode. Otherwise it’s just a casual chat about recent anime. So beware of spoilers (though I think we generally brush over anything too significant outside of the last segment).
And as we cover a lot of stuff, time codes!
00:00 Preamble (Eugene Mirman & Pretty Good Friends, Anthony’s Internet Woes)
03:20 One Piece Episode 517
14:20 Hunter x Hunter remake
25:00 Gundam AGE
37:20 Phi Brain
46:48 Dramatic readings of internet reaction to Blood-C episode 12
And now for one of those episodes where I make Anthony watch something against his will. In this case it’s the first episodes of a whole load of early 70s Dynamic Productions TV shows. We’re talking Devilman, Mazinger Z, Dororon Enma-kun, Cutie Honey and much, much more. Haunted houses, de-uglification, crushed mice, seedy faces, keyrings, indomitable stupidity, acoustic guitars, banana skins and a dead dog hanging from a tree, it’s all here in another exciting episode of Dynamite In The Brain.
Leon Everett is back to discuss Cowboy Bebop The Movie. And to perform an acapella version of the Big Shot theme tune! And we answer the question that was on everyone’s lips following Episode 22 – What was the name of the Pog mascot?
Brian’s fixed his PC and we’re back, back, back! We get hyped about the new Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider Fourze. Then we talk about the forthcoming Autumn anime that have peaked our interest. Also we somehow end up talking Entourage, college weirdos and POGS!
PLUS: The internet comes alive with re-enactments of angry youtube posts
NOT TO MENTION: Anthony wants you to watch his Redline AMV.
It’s all about Redline, the latest work from Takeshi Koike. Brian’s seen it far too many times at the cinema over the last year and a half, and now Anthony’s finally had a chance to check it out. So we talk about it for an hour. Plus: Speed Racer gets belatedly analysed, cosplay updates, shameless spreading of internet rumours and a ridiculous metaphor that Brian can’t remember if he used or not.