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With good weather comes good times, as Ryo and Red are both in high spirits this episode. In IRL news Ryo talks about some fan fictions she’s working on, and Red has moved on from Battleborn to Gwent. Then in the industry news, we got same sex foster parents in Japan and manga that just went on way too long. And finally are the reviews, with Ryo transforming into a bikini-wearing magical girl and Red introducing his boots to a fake bunny girl’s face.
Intro – “Black Swallowtail” by Uroboros from Rokka no Yūsha
Outro – “Yumeiro Toridori Parade“ by Earth Star Dream from Mahou Shoujo Nante Mouiidesukara
Mahou Shoujo Nante Mouiidesukara – Netflix
Rokka no Yūsha – Crackers
3 Replies to “Episode 503: I’m Tired of Being a Brave”
So Ryo does birdfic and red does dadfic. Hmm.
Good to hear positive IRL news- even though Ryo took a header during a date.
I’m glad especially for Red’s positive job news. I just I wish I didn’t have to hear Red working out his comedy for the alt right comedy festival. ::SIGH::
I’m also glad (POSITIVITY!) that someone likes Battleborn. Overwatch is way more toyetic than Battleborn, which is one of the reasons you don’t see Battleborn-inspired fan work come from it.
Ryo, I know you’re most likely aren’t going to play Overwatch, but you can…watch Overwatch. These are all the animated shorts Blizzard created. Bow to its cuteness! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAYFVhxsaqDuOh4Ic5mRu5CiZVKCMVv66
So you all still use these anime chart things? Why can’t you just go on the MAL front page, for instance, for upcoming seasons?
I think that a LOT of people felt exactly the same about Rokka of the Six Braves as Red did. Flamey x Adlet, tho! I…would watch a second season. Glutton for punishment.
Oh, sidenote: I don’t know why the first thing Red thinks when he thinks of two women in a relationship is pegging. I think of gay men pegging, not women. I feel like pegging is way down on the list of sexual activities lesbians would be interested in. Also, I hope, for Red’s sake, that adoption agencies don’t take podcasts into account when it comes to making decisions.
Well my real name isn’t associated with the Podcast yet, so probably not.