Angel Beats! gets the bajeezus spoiled out of it in this week’s podcast. At least, we only spoil half of the show, as it appears you're watching two separate series in tandem. One of episodic, cartoony antics; the other of dark, soul-scarring horrors.
Bomber Bikers of Shonan isn’t worth talking about. In fact, this sentence is the extent of which I’m willing to waste keystrokes on this OVA. Instead, we devote our energy to a more worthy cause: You, our listeners. We manage to get through a listener email before moving on to chew through some non-sequitur. It may or may not be about anime. It defies description. I can only promise that whatever it is, it’s more interesting than that-which-is-not-Wild-7.
Venus Versus Virus is an anime about individuals whose special sight is expanded beyond the normal spectrum, yet most of it falls apart unless the viewer observes the events through a narrow, myopic lens. The moment you begin taking in the show at more than face value, it falls apart.
A3K Panel: State of the Industry 2011. Season Four, Episode One. In our annual State of the Industry Panel, we're joined by Anime News Network CEO, Christopher MacDonald, FUNimation Marketing Director, Lance Heiskell and manga blogger, Ed Sizemore. We look at the growth of streaming media, DVD trends and attracting new anime fans.
In 2006, The Grey Ghost co-hosted a live video game talk show called Alpha Counter along side Matt "Harlock" Kraft. The show (like its parent network) was short-lived... But this week we exhume a "Best Of" collection of the show and breathe new life into it. The news stories may be dated, but the topics are no less relevant today as they were then.
The Speakeasy - Crime Scene Investigations #001: Genericon 2011. This is the first bonus segment of the Speakeasy Podcast we like to call Crime Scene Investigations. These are random bonus podcasts that we record live from various events. In this is a podcast were we talk about our experiences at Genericon 2011 with Clarissa, Daryl, and Gerald of Anime World Order.
Jason Fetters reviews the live-action release of Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl and tells us if it's on fire or sucks. Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl is the horrifying story of two classic monsters re-imagined as super hot and extremely lethal - Japanese school girls. In this cinematic offering, you'll see vamps, mad scientists, sex-crazed psychotic school nurses and a sumo wrestler from hell.
Drink #014: Kill Bill. Get comfortable because our first podcast with guests is over 2-hours long so it is perfect for long commutes or a hard day at work. Our two guest are Ed Sizemore of Manga Worth Reading and Eeeper of the Eeeper's Choice podcast. We also started our mailbag segment, the Interrogation Room, so feel free to send in your questions and comments so we can discuss them on the next podcast!
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