Grace Chan joins us today as we once again look back at three anime we never got to see during our childhoods. Brian’s pick is children get lost in space mecha show Vifam (1983). Grace picks light novel adaptation Irresponsible Captain Tylor (1993). And finally little baby Anthony picks fantasy mecha show, Vision of Escaflowne (1996).
It’s that time of year when we like to get eggy! No, not Easter, it’s DITB’s annual Angel’s Egg podcast. Joining us this time around we have Aaron Long and Grace Chan. Will they find it a good egg, a bad egg or a curate’s egg? What new things will Brian and Anthony glean from this year’s viewing? Listen and learn.
Dynamite In The Brain has had a strained relationship with Makoto Shinkai’s work in the past, but has he turned it around with the BIGGEST ANIME OF ALL TIME, Your Name? Grace Chan and Niall Flanagan join us to get our thoughts in order about this hit anime film.
Also: Heybot is mentioned and we play a dumb quiz. So a typical DITB episode.
We failed to get to the Genocidal Organ screenings last month, so we needed an equivalent replacement. What better replacement than 1988’s My Neighbour Totoro? What’s more, our guest Grace Chan did see Genocidal Organ so we can find out how they compare.
Plus a game of “Neighbours” and Anthony’s Neighbour The Lambton Worm…
We take another detour into the world of live action adaptations of anime & manga with 2017’s Ghost In The Shell. Jon Anning and Grace Chan join us to discuss the ins and outs of this Scarlett Johansson vehicle. Were the 9 years spent on development and production worth it?
Plus returning game “If Paul Rudd Was Anime” in a new, revamped format!
Take a trip with us back to the wonderful world of 1998 in the company of Grace Chan and Jon Anning. We take a look at the Ryutaro Nakamura, Chiaki J Konaka and Yoshitoshi ABe project Serial Experiments Lain. A glimpse at the plugged in cyber-future that awaited us, how does it look 19 years later? We find out on today’s episode of Dynamite In The Brain.
We talk Macross Plus with guests Grace Chan from ChineseIrish and Leon Everett from Focus Fire Nerd. And it turns out to be a more divisive topic than we first thought. Leon put the hours in to give us the answer as to which version Brian and Grace should have watched, but Anthony is happy with Macross Plus however you slice it.
Plus there’s probably a game too. We recorded this and uploaded it ages ago, and I’ve forgotten at this point.
Learn all about studying Korean in Korea with Grace on her Youtube channel ChineseIrish.
Watch Leon and his friends play video games on the Focus Fire Nerd Youtube channel.
Grace Chan joins us today to talk the 1998 satellite anime sex comedy starring the voice of Sailor Moon as a hamster, and the voice of Sailor Mars as her owner. I miss the late 90s.
Plus, Desert Punk continues in Weekly Retro Recap as we meet the other lead character of the show, and we play a pet themed quiz too!
Grace Chan joins us as we experiment with single subject, episodic podcasting and pilot a spin-off podcast about Samurai Champloo. Which may be called BATTLECRY, but might not. And as this is your ever lovin’ DITB, there is a game!
Grace Chan joins us today to talk about Satoshi Kon’s film Perfect Blue. This inevitably leads to talk of stalking, poisoning boy bands and cinema’s most famous St Bernard, BEETHOVEN.
Plus Full Metal Panic Fumoffu, the week’s anime releases and a game of BLUE IS THE COLOUR. It’s another fun packed outing for DITB!