30Mar

Why Does Anime Suck! – A3K Podcast

By Sean Russell / March 30, 2009 / A3K Podcast, Podcasts / No Comments

The Fightbait anime podcast joins Anime 3000 as they discuss the depressing state of anime. We also raise several questions. Is this show sponsored by Otaku USA? Is Astro Boy the future of manga in Hollywood or its final chapter? Finally, on a totally unrelated note, is St. Cloud, MN ready for its own super hero? […]

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16Mar

Distribution of Resident Suzumiya – A3Kast

By Sean Russell / March 16, 2009 / A3K Podcast, Podcasts / No Comments

This week, John-Paul “T-Pain” and Andrew fight the power in the Quick Time, over the shoulder shooting, genre defining franchise, Resident Evil. Sean and our special invited guests, Aaron and AJ take a mud bath in the debate over digital distribution. Finally, we discuss the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya… well, sort of. And why are […]

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16Mar

The Infamous Daryl Surat Episode – A3Kast

Anime World Order’s Daryl Surat dispenses his unique brand of animication (anime + education) on the unsuspecting A3K cast. John-Paul joins the regular panel and Joshua reaches his boiling point with the Gundam universe. As an added bonus, watch Sean squirm as he defends the honor of Anime 3000’s existence. Episode Title: The Infamous Daryl Surat […]

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9Mar

Nazi Mangaka and their Weaboo Fans – A3Kast

By Sean Russell / March 9, 2009 / A3K Podcast, Podcasts / No Comments

It’s the most pretentious episode of the Anime 3000 Podcast yet, as Fightbait and perennial guest Benu join Andrew and Sean to discuss why the otaku uses words such as seiyū and mangaka–is there a weaboo ulterior motive? The panel also weighs in on to what extent anime merits analytical discussion, with asides related to […]

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2Mar

Christopher MacDonald, ANN Pt. 2 – A3Kast

It’s a “classic” episode of the Anime 3000 Podcast, as Sean corrals Joshua, Andrew, and the timeless Matthew Callueng together for a chat about Street Fighter 4 (with a rather lengthy derailment into arcade sticks). Sean and Andrew argue semantics in what exactly a “restructuring” means for Viz, and, if there wasn’t enough about fighting […]

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