Anthony and Brian check back in after a busy August and check out the third in Takeshi Koike’s Lupin The Third saga, Fujiko Mine’s Lie.
It’s Thorkell vs. Thorfinn round one on this week’s Vinland Saga! Plus: Tatsumi Fujinami gets ready to grapple a cyclops, a traitor is revealed in Fire Force and a sorcerer appears in Dr. Stone.
Let’s Go, the weekly anime podcast about weekly anime returns from its hiding place in Let’s Go JoJo! But it’s staying right here in this feed.
BEM and Cop Craft are gone, but replacing them is the return of The Demon Girl Next Door.
Dwayne Moloney from Secret of the Sailor Madness and Let’s Go JoJo joins us to look back at the first episodes of three more anime that geography denied us childhood nostalgia for.
This week we look at the third TV outing for Monkey Punch’s iconic thief, Mitsuteru Yokoyama’s adaptation of Romance of the Three Kingdoms and multi-layered mecha anime Martian Successor Nadesico.
Defying temporal norms, it’s episode 2 of the Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe podcast! This time with less Rohan Kishibe than ever before.
Plus the more chronologically inclined Let’s Go with all the other anime we watched.
We could not let go for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, so we check in on the first Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe OVA. Plus all the other anime we watched this week.
If Let’s Go JoJo isn’t sufficient JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure podcasts with Brian’s voice in them, here’s Anthony and Brian’s discussion of Part 5.
Plus discussion of the DITB google calendar!
We reconvene for the final time to discuss JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 5 – Golden Wind, as the story rewinds back to the start and the unknown events that set Bruno and his gang on their fated path.
Diavolo meets his final fate in this penultimate episode of Golden Wind. Plus we go right back the start to meet a man and his ball.
Grace Chan joins us today as we once again look back at three anime we never got to see during our childhoods. Brian’s pick is children get lost in space mecha show Vifam (1983). Grace picks light novel adaptation Irresponsible Captain Tylor (1993). And finally little baby Anthony picks fantasy mecha show, Vision of Escaflowne (1996).