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.
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).
Greg Driver from Ace Comicals joins us to fill three stages full of musical acts that have appeared in anime.
Apologies for some distortion on Brian’s sound – turns out powering the Tascam from USB caused some interference on his microphone. Won’t be doing that again!
Oh boy. It’s been a while since we’ve gone on so many tangents that we forget to provide a synopsis. So I better do one here.
All Soichi Negishi wants to be is a twee indie pop star, but he’s been press ganged into being the lead singer and songwriter for Death Metal Records’ top band, Detroit Metal City. Torn between being a nice country boy and maintaining the persona of the demonic monster Johannes Krauser II, Soichi keeps finding himself in awkward social situations – many of his own making.
However, Anthony has a lot of questions about the world of heavy metal for our guests Greg and Holly, so there’s a lot of that too.
Greg Driver from Ace Comicals joins us to finish off The Guyver OVAs. Our first Guyver episode is here. Two years later, and six more episodes, have our opinions on this adaptation changed?
Niall Flanagan from Secret of the Sailor Madness and Greg Driver from Ace Comicals join us for our Halloween episode. Together we gaze upon the horror of Toei’s 1980 TV movie adaptation of Marvel’s Tomb of Dracula, Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned. Can you adapt 26 issues of comics in 90 minutes and still make sense? Tonight we find out!
Fan fiction brainstorming with Greg Driver.