In which Anthony makes a prediction that proves to be wholly false. We run down 54 new TV anime you could be skipping over the next 3 months. From tiny monsters to monster condoms and everything in between, as long as that everything is mainly isekai shows.
Marvyn Lafayette joins us to dip into the the historical anime back catalogue that we never had access to at the time. This week, a gang of school boys let their freak flag fly, a time traveller tries to stop a one-man population apocalypse and Anthony finally gets to see some Sabre Marionette J!
Plus: we all turn into robots thanks the vagaries of Discord~!
Brian & Anthony travel to another world where 38 new anime are starting. Can they use their podcasting skills to take advantage of this situation?
Leon Everett of Ace Comicals returns to follow up our original FLCL podcast, as we discuss the belated sequel FLCL Progressive.
I’m not here this week, instead I’m coming third in a Rising Sun tournament. So Dwayne & Niall hold the fort for a podcast so powerful it had to be recorded in two separate sessions.
The podcast about anime we could have been nostalgic for but for the curse of geography.
This episode we are joined by Gary Hedges to discuss Chikkun Takkun from 1984, Jushin Liger from 1989 and Tokyo Pig from 1997.
Our roving Pokemon reporter, Sheena Duffy joins us talk the live action Pokemon spin-off POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU.
Aaron Long (Sublo and Tangy Mustard) joins us to fill in the missing piece of our Satoshi Kon reviews – 2004’s Paranoia Agent.
Plus: a rousing game of Mascot or Masc-not!
Golden Wind takes a detour this week into the life of another Passionne agent, Doppio! Why is this kind hearted teen sent to Sardinia to interfere Bruno’s group’s plans? We find out on this week’s episode.
Plus more new anime – One Punch Man returns and Sarazanmai debuts!
A podcast about anime we could have been nostalgic for but for the curse of geography.
This episode we are joined by Bradley Meek to discuss Mospeada from 1983, G Gundam from 1994 and Ping Pong Club from 1995.