This week it’s not so much the Let’s Go Gang as the Let’s Go Duo, as it’s just Brian & Dwayne in the studio. That doesn’t stop us running down all the usual shows as we take in all the rugged beards, Renaissance art, sweaty dogs, girl groups and UFO catcher dolls that this week’s anime had to offer.
It’s taken over 1000 years of development, it provides you with everything on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, and if you hold it in your hand you’ll find that it’s warm. That’s right, it’s another episode of the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime.
As if we weren’t watching enough for the podcast, we add Erased this week, as we check out the first two episodes. Plus the usual mix of pneumatic ankles, beef jerky, horticultural girlfriends, erotic train encounters, murder and thievery that you’ve come to expect from the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime.
What can possibly keep Brian, Dwayne & Niall’s theorising brains busy now Concrete Revolutio has gone on hiatus? Why, a seven minute comedy about a boy band made of plaster busts of course! Plus: Lupin III, erotic marshmallows, giant dogs and uncommon cold cures. It must be another episode of the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime – Let’s Go!
Happy New Year! Happy Old Anime! Dynamite In The Brain and Secret Of The Sailor Madness are back with the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime. And we’ve got 3 weeks of anime to catch up on. So strap yourselves in for punching, barking, running, wanking and attempting to remember the details of 3 episodes of Concrete Revolutio.
If you ever wanted to hear Dwayne make the noise Anthony usually makes when forced to watch a comedy he didn’t want to watch, then this is the podcast for you. Only this time it wasn’t something Brian picked out. Plus, alien jerks, an idiot in love, a dog with superpowers, masked men and, of course, singular punching.
Relax and let yourself go with the Let’s Go Gang on the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime. On this week’s episode – double murder, body swaps, an ungrateful arsehole, pop stars, plastic bags, fish-men and an ersatz Astro Boy.