Famous Anime Podcast – Time Travellers

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.

Let’s Go! Episode 58 – Let’s Dress Up Like A Dog

He’s back. The seal is back. That’s right, Goma-chan has returned from re-run purgatory with a new episode where he dresses up like a dog. Plus: the final exams continue in My Hero Academia, Alessand continues to be the most pathetic character of 2017, Guru Guru continues it’s break neck pace and Vatican Miracle Examiner continues doing what its doing too.

Episode 259 – Your Name

Dynamite In The Brain has had a strained relationship with Makoto Shinkai’s work in the past, but has he turned it around with the BIGGEST ANIME OF ALL TIME, Your Name? Grace Chan and Niall Flanagan join us to get our thoughts in order about this hit anime film.

Also: Heybot is mentioned and we play a dumb quiz. So a typical DITB episode.

Let’s Go! Episode 56 – Let’s Throw A Frog Down A Waterfall

Let's Throw A Frog Down A Waterfall

Dwayne and Brian are here to guide you through a week’s worth of anime. Pikotaro is in a hole, Chipmunk tries to murder a frog, the Asakura clan plot their next move, Nina goes to a party, reality comes crashing down on Tatara and Sengoku, Roshi takes the fight to Universe 4 and the Vatican Miracle Examiners solve the case, but open a whole can of worms when they find a secret door!

Episode 258 – We All Went To Kitacon

Anthony and Brian are joined by Niall Flanagan and Ebbie (BizarreJelly5) to run down the highlights and the lowlights of a weekend spent at Warwick Arts Centre in the company of roughly 1500 attendees of Kitacon. We’re not even joking!

You can hear the parody songs that we discuss on this podcast here.