Happy new year! It’s our 300th episode of Dynamite In The Brain. Which means its time to run down our Top 100 anime of all time. Or in Brian’s case Top 101…
This year we try something different as we attempt to play an anime themed party game over Discord. And to do this we are joined by returning friends Sheena, Aaron, Greg, Holly, Gary and Niall. What could possibly go wrong?
In the wake of the Detective Pikachu trailer we decided to take a look at its rival’s outing in the real world – Yo-kai Watch the Movie: The Great Adventure of the Flying Whale& the Double World, Nyan!
As promised in last year’s Angel’s Egg episode, this year we watched
Carl Colpaert’s In The Aftermath, a strange hybrid of Angel’s Egg and a Wasteland themed LARP.
It’s likely for this reason that we couldn’t find a guest for the show…
It’s a double Halloween, as returning champ Greg Driver from Ace Comicals joins us to invite anime monsters to our Monster Mashes.
Greg Driver from Ace Comicals joins us once again to delve into the spooky Halloween world of anime vampires. This year it’s a release from the dying embers of classic VHS-era Manga Video, VAMPIRE WARS.
From the people who brought you Interstella 5555, Perfect Blue and I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle, but not the people you’d want from those projects (we are long overdue a Neil Morrissey anime dub).
Sheena Duffy joins us to discuss the first arc of the Pokemon Sun & Moon anime, and Pokemon in general. And the return of POCKET MONSIEURS.
Marvyn joins us once again, this time to discuss the first OAV series from the Tenchi Muyo franchise. We all have fond memories of the show, how do they hold up in 2018?
One person asked for it, so the season anime previews are back. Recorded far too early in the month with Lewis Smith, we prognosticate on the upcoming new anime for October and beyond. Hear things that are not only not true now, they weren’t true 2 hours after we pressed stop on the record (thanks Zombieland!).
Lewis Smith joins us as we discuss the Netflix Original from Science Saru, Devilman Crybaby.