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Comic Con news and discussions dominate a large amount the podcast. Most of it focused on Denver Comic Con where we solicit aid from the audience to guide us during our time there. So in case you’re reading this and have something you want us to do, say a specific interview you’d like us to try and get, feel free to email into us.
Meanwhile Tim reviews a mouthful of Japanese he(probably) butchers. Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka. Yes, that was all one title and it doesn’t make up for its absolutely mediocre story. Power levels, generic monsters, various mythological figures and a harem that goes no where serve as a sleep aid.
Meanwhile Weltall tackles a Manwha, Hive. While it has a relatively small amount of chapters available, it manages to make quite an impression. As Weltall summed it up best, “it’s like a zombie apocalypse without the zomebies”. Instead there are giant wasps everywhere which is the stuff of nightmares for all the spheksophobics out there.
Weltall: Hive – Read it Now.
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Tim the Enchanter: Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka – Read it at borders
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0 Replies to “Manga Pulse 312: Hive Mind”
Please interview Jim Cummings. I love that guy
I’ve been enjoying your podcast for a couple of months now, so thanks for the entertainment! I know it’s been dead for a long while now, but I’d love for you guys to review the manhwa Veritas. Supposedly its in development hell now, and I doubt new stories will see the light of day, but this manhwa is what made me respect Korean comics. Thanks, and keep up the great work!
I think they’re at E3.