Is Norihiro Yagi’s Claymore manga or anime worthy, or should this series be forever shelved in the Manga Corner?

Episode Title: Claymore and its Silver-Eyed Meaning”
Episode Count: 
17
Run Time: 
00:29:39
Host(s): 
Jd Banks, Colton Solem
Executive Producer: Sean Russell
Recording Date: March 14th, 2015
Release Date: March 21st, 2015
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Song Credits: Made by Jd Banks

 

EPISODE INFORMATION

Norihiro Yagi’s Claymore follows silver-eyed women fused with demon blood. Outside of being a horror action manga, Jd and Colton also look at its Madhouse-made anime and uncovers the real meaning of the Claymore.

 

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OTHER MANGA REFERENCED: 

  • Berserk (Kentaro Miura) [Recommended by Colton]
  • Vagabond (Takehiko Inoue) [Recommended by JD]
  • Ultimo (Hiroyuki Takei, Stan Lee)


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  • thejade9

    I was beginning to think you had forgotten about posting this 🙂

    Very cool listen! This is my favorite series and it was great to hear others discuss it in a podcast!

    I particularly liked the analogy to the double-edged sword and how it has multiple meanings within the series beyond just the weapon.

    Also, +1 for Berserk. -from DekuNut on Reddit.com (http://www.reddit.com/r/claymore/comments/2zumhl/manga_corner_claymore/)

  • Actually, I think Heroman would be Stan Lee’s biggest manga ego stroke, because he’s a character in it, and it’s an anime. Ultimo didn’t really pick up steam.

    • Kerberous

      But he’s just a side character in Heroman, while he’s the main villain (I think) in Ultimo.

      • Wow, he is? Judging from how JD responded to reading Ultimo, Stan Lee sure is a villain!