This week on Let’s Go! Late Night! The Genius Bakabon muscles in on Mr Tonegawa’s Powerpoint game, Zenigata turns rogue and the frog finally shows up in Working Buddies!
This week on Let’s Go! the provisional superhero licence exams continue in My Hero Academia, as things turn from super-powered dodgeball to a more practical appliance of superhero skills. Plus: two episodes of Working Buddies, death and cake in Ninja Girl & Samurai Master and Planet With carries on even though it ended last week!
Niall’s on nights, so it’s just Dwayne and Brian in the Let’s Go Gang clubhouse this week and next. We learn all about how to produce a late night anime with Bakabon & his Papa. We meet a whole load of new characters in Bonobono. And we wonder why Working Buddies wasn’t on this week.
It’s filler season on My Hero Academia so Froppy just falls asleep in boredom. We manage to stay awake long enough to talk about Lupin turning P.I., Planet With head into its final battle 5 episodes in and Fenny wanting to be a song singer.
Also featured: microphone problems that you, the listener, can’t actually hear!
Our first love is anime! Our second love is podcasting! But what of Ami and Dolma? We find out on this week’s Let’s Go!
Plus Bono Babies, Bakabon Babies, and no other babies in the rest of the shows we watched for Let’s Go! The Weekly Anime Podcast about Weekly Anime.
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.
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.
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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.
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!