Lewis Smith returns to talk about the #7 film in the UK Box Office – Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Everyone’s favourite Legendary Super Saiyan makes his debut in the Dragon Ball Super canon and we went to the cinema to meet him.
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.
Lewis Smith returns to discuss the second Broly movie appearance – Broly: Second Coming. All your favourites aren’t back, as a depleted cast of characters face off against the bothersome Legendary Super Saiyan.
It’s the end of the year and so that means another podcast looking back at the anime of 2017 within the arbitrary constraints of the viewing experiences of the host. Joining Brian & Anthony for this quiz are Lewis, Elliot, Dwayne, and a mystery fourth guest!
Dwayne, Elliot and Lewis join us to spend £100 each on 24 pieces of anime tat. Or at least that’s the plan. Judge for yourself who spent that money best on this DITB Xmas special!
Lewis Smith joins us to take a look at Light Novel anime from the early 90s to determine which can be truly deemed FAMOUS!
Lewis Smith joins us today to talk about Yoshiaki Kawajiri’s 1988 adaptation of Demon City Shinjuku by Hideyuki Kikuchi. Better known to people of a certain age as the Manga Video release Monster City.
What are our memories of the OVA? Does re-watching it in 2017 destroy said memories? And what did Anthony think, coming to this fresh? Find out, on this barely themed Halloween episode of DITB!
Lewis and Holly join us today to discuss 2016’s adaptation of ONE’s web manga Mob Psycho 100. A tale of a teenage ESPer’s attempt to find his purpose in life and the conman & the ghost who try to guide him. Plus a new game called Counting to 100. If you want to hear 3 people guess numbers for far longer than seems necessary, this is the episode for you!
After a few tweaks to the format following our pilot episode, here’s the first episode of the Famous Anime Podcast, the podcast all about Famous Anime. Elliot Page of UK Anime Network and Lewis Smith of Car and Mechanical are here to help us decide which of the anime based on Shonen Jump properties launched between the start of Dragon Ball and the start of Slam Dunk can enter the Famous Anime Podcast’s Hall of Anime Fame.
Other podcasts might tell you about unknown shows that you need to check out, but the Famous Anime Podcast is here to confirm that other people have heard about the anime you already know about!