The Summer of JoJo continues with the first half of Stardust Crusaders – the Road to Egypt arc.
This month we’re beginning the Summer of Jojo with JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Season 1: Phantom Blood/Battle Tendency.
This month we’re doing a quick rundown of some of the shows airing in the Spring 2023 season, before we discuss Bocchi! The Rock – a music comedy series about dealing with social anxiety.
Bocchi The Rock is currently available for streaming on Crunchyroll.
Next month we’re watching JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Season 1: Phantom Blood/Battle Tendency. It is available:
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This month we’re discussing My Dress-Up Darling – a romantic comedy anime (with some fanservice) all about cosplay, followed up by a discussion about this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards and the r/Anime Awards.
This month, Tora, David, and I kick off the inaugural installment of Fate-uary with a discussion of our background with the franchise, and a look at Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family. Continue reading →
This month, David, Tora and I are taking a look at the first season & film of Thunderbolt Fantasy for Lunar New Year.
This month, for Christmas, David, Tora, & I are taking a look at the 1979 Sanrio stop-motion animated film “Nutcracker Fantasy”.
This month, David, Tora, and I look at the 2019 adaptation of the successful adaptation of some of the Boogiepop light novels – Boogiepop & Others.
I’m podcasting again! I, along with David Stark (my frequent collaborator on the Greatest Science Fiction Film Tournament podcast, along with Blaine), have a new podcast, where we do a monthly book-club style discussion of an anime series. This month we’re taking a look at 2020’s Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
Next month, we’re discussing Boogiepop and Others (currently available for streaming on Crunchyroll).