This week on Anime Pulse Joseph talks about how he saved the life of a turtle and is now on vacation, while Andrew mentions that he has moved to London and brings up the community forum thread about your favorite animal in anime. Then industry news comes about with topics like Stu Levy stirring ire with Anime Expo artists, and the director of Full Metal Alchemist hates on the current anime scene. And finally the hybrid show comes back with Joseph previewing an older anime about Mamas, and Andrew talks about boy who can travel back in time when he has unpleasant experiences.
Hello dear listeners. Ryo and Blonde bring you yet another fun filled episode of porn and erotica discussion. This episode features, you guessed it, succubi. Well sort of. There’s a curse, and a succubus, futa, and…an elf? Confusion aside the duo would like to suggest that you look out for a special announcement in the middle of the episode. Get ready to get your tail out (or off) in the episode of Anime Pulse After Dark! Continue reading After Dark 27: Putting the Suck in Succubus
We got technical problems galore this week, as Garageband has decided to rebel against Joseph and fights him to work correctly. After duking it out with his iMac, Joseph revels that he has been pulled into the Fate’s world with Fate: Grand Order. Andrew picks up by quickly going over a few anime he hadn’t previewed, and then jumps into community stuff. Afterwards the guys get to industry news, with topics like Dragon Ball Z being remastered and Otakus picking up the pieces in Osaka after an Earthquake. Reviews hit us hard as Joseph deals with hating an alien hater, and Andrew deals with bad animation in a Dragon Ball series.
Happy Father’s Day! This week Joseph has plenty of Fire Emblem Tharja and Overwatch to talk about, and Andrew celebrates the recruitment of the VG Pulse hosts to AP’s discord before going into the community section. Industry news sees topics like a bullet train colliding with a person, a proud moment for an otaku is shared with his waifu, and Kill la Kill announces a new video game. And finally are the reviews, as Joseph talks about an emotional board game and Andrew is at last done with previews and tackles an awkward romance.
Hello dear listeners. We’re back again with a sopping wet episode for your listening pleasure. It’s summer and you know what that means? Swimsuit sex and lots of it. Ryo and Blonde tackle a swimsuit title that features a Shinji look-alike. Then for the bonus round the duo feature two pieces of erotica from a new source! Put some libido in that speedo and get ready for this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark! Continue reading After Dark 26: Shinji Ikari’s Dick
This week Anime Pulse is brought to you by, Joseph drinking Koshu Plum Wine. We begin by listening to Joseph go on about his success with being placed on the waiting list for an apartment, as well as him slapping his knee about how “he knew it” with the latest Darling in the Franxx. Andrew brings up the upcoming Summer season of anime, and then he gets into the community section with this week’s forums topic. Industry news see topics like the salary of Japans top cosplayer, an animation studio going bankrupt, and a new K-On! manga featuring no one from the previous series. This is our last hybrid show of spring, just in time for summer too! We got Joseph reviewing a badass butler, and Andrew previews a girl from space and space battles in space.
What’s the best way to make a movie that makes all the monies? Just make a sequel, of course. But what if your studio doesn’t own the rights to anything currently popular because you weren’t busy buying the rights to every comic book out there? That’s when you dig through your catalog and make an illegitimate sequel to something people still talk about. If that fails, you at least have a tax write off and the knowledge that you did everything you possibly could.
Speaking of sequels, Tim’s manga is Donten ni Warau Gaiden. It’s a sequel or perhaps an epilogue to another manga. It’s set in the meiji era, which is basically Japan’s wild west for how it’s romanticized. Some people were supposed to fight a snake thing and they won, apparently. Also there are creepy ninjas who are or were crazy in that they forced their members to kill family to join the ranks. It’s intriguing enough that Tim gives it a Borders and may read the original.
Weltall then reviews Let’s Lagoon. In in, the main character awakens on a deserted island. He was apparently in a naval accident but can’t remember what happened. He’s joined by a girl and eventually an older man who is a teacher of hers. When the main guy ends up being pulled away by a riptide into the ocean, he awakens and finds he was only gone for fifteen minutes. There’s time screwiness somehow involved with the ocean and people trying to drown themselves to end up on the island that time forgot. It gets a Read It Now.
This week on Anime Pulse Joseph talks about Fire Emblem Heroes, and seems to be suffering from the effects of a glass of riesling that hit him harder than he was expecting. Andrew is more entertaining anyways, but his IRL is as short as ever with the community segment taking over. The industry also saw fit to give Joseph nothing to talk about, though Andrew had news about Japanese manhole covers and mascots for subways in Japan. This is also the third hybrid show where Joseph reviews a snack anime without snacks, and Andrew previews a disturbing anime about slavery and a third season of FMP.