Dwayne’s got a bug, so it’s just Brian and Niall minding the house this week as the first of the new anime bursts in through the door – Science SARU’s “Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken”.
We’re back to wrap up the remainder of 2019’s anime, so enjoy a little late festive cheer and the death rattle of Brian’s mixer…
In this week’s GeGeGe no Kitaro, the writers try to avoid saying a particular word for half an episode before getting down to tackling another social ill.
Meanwhile it’s the big Execution Cannonball day in Welcome to Demon School Iruma-kun, and everyone wants to duel Askeladd in Vinland Saga.
Clara Valac once again takes centre stage on Iruma-kun as she tries to make Iruma-kun go head over heels for her. Meanwhile Thorkell and Askeladd go head over heels for Canute’s new attitude and Dino Girl Gauko loses it with some aliens.
This week on Let’s Go! Kirishima gets his moment in the My Hero Academia spotlight, Amelie reveals her forbidden texts to Iruma-kun and that axe finally shows up in Babylon.
It’s post-con podcast catch-up DAY THREE!
Niall’s back from Korea, and all the shows are back on the schedule. Kitaro and Neko Musume go under cover to catch a ghost, Senku decides they are going to have leapfrog millenia of technological developments to beat Tsukasa and Iruma-kun has a lesson in demonic horticulture.
It’s post-con podcast catch-up DAY ONE!
Brian & Dwayne struggle with technical problems, so feel free to skip this one. We discuss the new characters that Iruma-kun throws at us, the world’s sexiest woman in Babylon and Senku meets his relatives.
Dwayne’s back and we watch more anime than ever before. Sherlock Holmes! Immortal samurai! Superheroes!
Something has to give, and so next week we watch less shows, but somehow ended up talking just as long about them…
It’s that time again when Let’s Go! comes to an end, because next week is the return of Let’s Go JoJo!
In the episode – we say goodbye to Bakabon, Chidori and Invading Mongols. And hello again to Doug & Kirill.
Niall’s back from his trip abroad full of tales of… BAKI THE GRAPPLER? Plus: Lupin III Part 5, Planet With, Working Buddies and Bakabon say goodbye. And three of them actually meant to.
NB: I had to use a secondary source for the audio towards the end of the episode, so I (Brian) may sound quieter at points during the Kitaro & Planet With portions of the show.