Today we talk about the Spring anime shows we’ve been watching over the last three months. They involved a lot of demons, some bawdy humour, superheroes and eating exotic foods. All this plus minds going blank and the promise of someone wearing make-up!
Today we answer you, the listener’s, questions! Find out just how badly we’d run a university course, what DVDs are sitting on our shelves unwatched, whether we favour subs or dubs, what we think about Evangelion, who the Tyler Perry of anime is and much, much more.
Today we talk Anthony’s taste in comedians from the sitcom News Radio, upcoming anime series that we might interested in watching if we ever find the time, why caveman fiction is better than science fiction and our main topic is the 2001 Crayon Shin-chan film – The Storm Called: The Adult Empire Strikes Back!
Today we are joined by Ayacon Events Overseer, Jon Anning to talk anime themed RPGs. Hear tales of UK cons of yore, RPG in-jokes that don’t really work in the cold light of day, unreadable old conbook articles, Guyvers vs. Vampires, Brian’s voice gradually turn into the Fast Show’s Bob Flemming and much, much more. If your name is Barry you must listen to this!
Gary Hedges is back! For another trip down memory lane, this time the one marked Marvel.
Face front True Believers as we go all the way back to the 1970s live action Spider-man. No not that one, the other one! Then we take in some international superheroes, a fast food eating vampire, some amazing friends, an amusement park ride with some serious health & safety issues, scented toys, ANTS, ANTS, ANTS and robots in disguise.
And guess what, there was too much chat to contain in one episode. So we’ll be back next week with MORE.
Today we are joined by Ivan B. to talk anime in France during the 80s and 90s. Ivan has run the panel “Sacre Bleu!” at Kitacon since the convention started so if you want to know more why not check that out if you get the chance.
There may be some sound issues, for some reason Ivan and I came back quieter after we lost Anthony early the recording. Hopefully Levelator has hidden all sins.
Gary Hedges returns to continue our discussion of the DiC shows from our childhood that had Japanese animation talent working on them in one form or another. We forgot to record the first 45 minutes of the podcast so if we seem a little flat to begin with it’s because we’re going over stuff we just talked about again. Those missing minutes were gold too. Nevermind though as there are a lot of minutes in this latest episode of Dynamite in the Brain, the podcast that loves anime and hates fun!