Two steps on the journey to find Sakura's soul, Tokyo Revelations, and Spring Thunder Chronicle take place between certain occurrences in the Tsubasa Chronicles anime and manga series. All the characters are there, with guest appearances from Yuko and Watanuki as well! Join the Girl Nerd for this week's bonus round, which, as it turns out, is another case of putting the OVA before the horse...er...series.
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.
Cody Baier, AKA Lord Shmeckie of KUSO!, is back for another Bonus Round review! This time, Cody takes a look at DBZ Kai, specifically Part 2. Covering the end of the famous fight with Vegeta, to the debut of the now-masculine Freeza, this is truly the set that shows the fans how different Kai is. But will it be enough to wash away the stigma of old DBZ's near-constant filler and infamous English dub? Listen and find out!
During the Edo period In alternate-history Japan, all luxuries are banned and the residents of the Furai Row House aren't going to take it anymore. When a stranger asks the fireworks master, Seikichi, to build a firework that can go to the moon, he has no choice but to accept and get the whole row house involved.
In the time following the Linebarrels of Iron series finale, life is a little more relaxed for the residents of JUDA corporation. The Girl Nerd reviews just the OVA having not seen any of the series, which is apparently more serious. Let's see what happens!
It's so hard to find good help these days... You'd have to almost sell your soul to get a decent spot of tea. Victorian noble Ciel Phantomhive has done just that: Offering up his immortal soul for the services of "one hell of a butler". The Grey Ghost and The Business from the Method to Madness podcast review the popular FUNimation series, Black Butler.
CJ takes a look into the assassination drama series, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom. A bloody good time to be had for all. This series is produced by Bee Train, the animation studio that brought us .Hack, Noir and Madlax.
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