It’s part two of our double Halloween podcasts with Bradley Meek. This time we delve back to 1997 for a look at Madhouse’s OVA series Night Warriors The Animation, AKA Darkstalkers.
The first of a Halloween double bill this week with Bradley Meek. In this episode we leap 30 years into the future to learn about what happened to all our Yokai Watch favourites. Well, two of them.
TATDMU All-Star Dwayne Moloney joins us today talk about three more anime that geography denied us during our formative years.
Katri, Girl of the Meadows – a Finnish World Masterpiece Theatre outing from 1984.
Brave Police J-Decker – another in the Brave Series, this time sentient transforming robots fight crime in 1994.
Virtua Fighter – Sega’s groundbreaking fighting game comes to anime in 1995.
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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.
Ace Comical’s very own Greg Driver is here to clamber into the DITB time machine and send cartoons back to our childhood selves that they never got to see. This week we have Toriyama’s all-time classic, the show that marked dawn of modern anime, and the finale of Takara’s Brave series.
Lewis Smith returns to discuss three quarters of the second Toei Manga Matsuri of 1989. We’re talking: The Mobile Cop Jiban: Great Explosion at the Monster Factory of Fear, Akko-chan’s Secret: The Sea! The Monster!! Summer Holiday and Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone aka Return My Gohan!
This time it’s Brian’s turn to completely misread a scene in a film~!
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.
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.
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!