The Other Side interviews the brains behind TYPE-MOON, Nasu!

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Episode Title: The Nasu Interview
Episode: 115
Runtime: 1:22:57
Hosts: Cody Baier, Andrew Erickson, Max Vader
Opening and Ending: Blue Danube Waltz


Nasu Interview

The mind behind Tsukihime and Fate/Stay Night comes to The Other Side! With Cody absent, Max and Andrew sit down with Nasu, the creator of the most lucrative Visual Novel games of all time! What was the creative process behind making these groundbreaking titles? What kind of background does such a creative mind come from? What was the inspirations behind Tsukihime? You’ll learn more than you ever thought possible about the creator of the Fate series!


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The ever-controversial shock jock of Anime3000, and host of The Other Side (alongside Andrew Erickson and Max-Vader), and frequent guest on the A3K Podcast. Blunt, unfiltered, and politically incorrect, Cody's podcast appearances are not for the thin skinned. And be sure to check out his 90's cartoon throwback comic, Cloudscratcher!
  • tccboss

    Hooo boy if this isn’t the most rootin’-ist tootin’-ist podcast I done ever heard!!!

  • RaidensGift

    it`s to bad something bad is occurring to Cody every time TOS gets all these interviews maybe one day he`ll be around for one

  • K

    I feel like the real Nasu is probably not even half as likable as Cody’s parody in this episode. And that makes me sad.

    Other than that, is the gut smurfs thing real? I did not believe that the Red Dragon thing was real until I looked it up online but thus far I’ve not encountered any mentions of Mr. Nasu’s Fantastic Voyage. So either it’s made up or my google-fu is weak.