GeGeGe no Kitaro decamps to Shigeru Mizuki’s hometown for the summer. Plus: cats are working on a bullet train, alley way pole-vaulting, and Genius Bakabon got turned into an anime again.
New season, new theme tune, and the 100th episode of Let’s Go as long as you don’t count all those episodes of Let’s Go JoJo and Let’s Go Goku.
This week we watched:
The Spring season winds down this week and Summer season pokes its head over the parapet. Meanwhile in Bonobono, it’s business as usual as the lads decide to walk in a straight line.
It’s time to check into the Hotel de Saporo in Golden Kamuy, learn about an entirely different Gunma in You Don’t Know Gunma Yet and finally meet that woman from the end credits of Gurazeni. All this and more on this week’s Let’s Go!
Coming to you late through a haze of co-codamol and baclofen it’s Let’s Go! The Weekly Anime Podcast About Weekly Anime. This week: far too much good shit and yet I have weirdly chosen Gurazeni as the cover image.
This week on Let’s Go! everyone realises Nanbu is a scorpion and they are frogs, a serial killer gets his happy ending, and Bakugo gets rescued.
This week The League of Villains get an unexpected pizza delivery, Bonobono is full of rage, and a pubic hair gets married.
This week on Let’s Go! we Gaitsuku. Plus: Kappas work for cucumbers, Robots vape and folks from Gunma love the beach!
Everyone’s talking about that Gearless Joe. And we’re some of those everyones. Not only Gearless Joe, we also talk about parents fighting in Bonobono, the man in the mirror in Kitaro and hunting related boners in Golden Kamuy.
This week Kitaro invites us all aboard the last train to Hell. Big Sis Sho gets into it with Raccoon’s Dad. And Sister Jill makes her move.