Episode 599: Kaguya-sama wa Neverland

Remember dear listeners, episode 600 will feature an old favorite of the show, Ichigo! If you want to ask the OG host of Anime Pulse any questions, you may submit them in the forums or by leaving them in the comments on either this or episode 598’s comments section. Want to know his favorite Japanese food? Why he is called the ‘Emo Eskimo’? Or perhaps how he came to be called Ichigo in the first place? All these questions and more are yours to ask! But first on this episode of Anime Pulse, Joseph talks about his new kink of being bullied by women and Andrew falls asleep watching Shazam. Industry news gets kids hyped for exercise, as well as JSDF trying to temp otaku to join with shotas. And the reviews wrap us up with Andrew tricking everyone into think he is reviewing an anime in 4 words, and Joseph enjoying a battle known as love where the loser is the first to confess.

Show Notes

Music

Intro – “Japanese Style Trap Beat” by Annex from Royalty Free Anime Music

Outro“Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri from Paris from Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Reviews

Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai – Download Now
Wikipedia

The Promised Neverland – Download Now
Wikipedia

News

One Punch Workout

Voice Actress Recounts Sexual Harassment

JSDF Enlists Anime Boys to Help Boost Recruitments

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One thought on “Episode 599: Kaguya-sama wa Neverland”

  1. I take exception to something that Joey said on this podcast. Surprised? Of course not.

    Yes, physical evidence is the best type of evidence, because it’s way harder to disprove than a simple accusation. Still, if you are a victim of a crime, or some kind of injustice, and you don’t have evidence, are you saying that these people are less of a victim than the person who was lucky enough to have evidence?

    The example of a female personality being bombarded with creepy messages and such isn’t the same as an average anime fan meeting Vic at a public event. Vic is in the same position as that female personality. The women who have accused him aren’t getting creepy mail from Vic, so there isn’t going to be any evidence. The only thing that they would have been lucky to get is someone recording video while Vic was getting handsy.

    I don’t get what your saying. If you don’t catch Vic in the act, then it’s okay? No evidence=innocence? Innocent until proven guilty is what everyone should agree on, but I’d like to keep my mind open to the possibility that these accusations are real.

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