Episode 632: Isekai Cheat End

Ho ho ho, merry Animemas everyone. It’s a holiday fueled episode of Anime Pulse this week, where the spirits flow very much like the alcohol being consumed. Up first IRL news get Joseph flaunting his time off from work, and Andrew has us look back at some of the worst anime we have watched in the past decade. Afterwards the two head into industry news, with topics like an indie film about the sad sad lives of Mangakas and Made in the Abyss taking a joke to its limits. And then the review close out the show, and Joseph hands out coal to the bad little cheat magicians and Andrew uses his elf magic to save the lolis.

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

Isekai Cheat Magician – Netflix
Wikipedia

World End – Netflix
MAL

News

In The Life of a Mangaka Film

Animation Studio’s Fate is Sealed

Made in the Abyss Joke Goes Too Far

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7 thoughts on “Episode 632: Isekai Cheat End”

  1. So the explanation that Joseph gave everyone about the “Crackers” rating was slightly off. It refers to if someone was eating crackers in your bed, you “wouldn’t kick them out of bed for eating crackers,” because that person was good enough to overcome the downsides of crumbs in your bed. It was eventually shortened to, “wouldn’t kick it out of bed for crackers,” and the finally shortened to the rating we all know today “Crackers”.

    I feel like there was a location on the site previously that explained the rating system for anyone curious enough to read through it.

  2. I don’t know who said that Devilman Crybaby was awful, but the only reasons I could understand that people would hate the show is because of the animation and objectionable content. The animation is not “awful” There isn’t a lack of quality there. It’s fluid animation; not just animation cels being slid across the screen. It’s a style of animation that will rub some people the wrong way,however, because it’s wild and sketchy.

    If you don’t care for ANY character in Crybaby, then you must have a heart of stone, because shit’s fucked up, dude.

  3. The older generation was in such a shitfit over DB Super. I know that there were animation drops in the very beginning, but otherwise, the animation quality is exactly pairing with DBZ. Maybe those with rose colored glasses would like to pretend that DBZ didn’t cut corners, but it definitely did.

    Joey, how could DB Super have killed your childhood when DB GT already eviscerated it?

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