Joseph and Andrew are back with their second ever joint review, this one with the question of “what if the world was a clock?” in mind. Before we get to that though, Joseph bought a handful of new video games and Andrew saw the new Marvel movie about a black cat. Industry news also comes ahead of the joint review, with topics like a mangaka who think piracy isn’t totally to blame for the poor sales of manga and Goku has a new power level.
Ryo is a fool, dear listeners. She forgot about the contest and and email they received until literally the moment she sat down to write this. To make up for it Ryo and Blonde bring you a creepy as fuck hentai set on a train and a public bathroom. They also include a bonus round. Hope you like butt stuff on this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark! Continue reading After Dark 23: Mr. Ferret Dick
This week Anime Pulse is all about being serious, all the anime they preview this week is serious and not joking at all. That said, IRL news sees Joseph talking about work and taxes, and Andrew mentions Fire Emblem Heroes in passing before jumping into the front page and forum comments. Then in industry news we cover topics about a cafe revolving around boobies being separated by a strap, and a thought provoking bit about fan translators being arrested. Finally previews comes along with Andrew’s serious previews of a serious anime and seriously not serious anime, and Joseph’s not-sure-if-want reaction to more deadly sins.
Work is work, that’s the word on the street. IRL news is started off almost straight off the bat, with Joseph talking about snow and Andrew talks about the new DBZ fighting game. In industry news Joseph covers a new app that gives you Food Wars recipes, and Andrew tells the sad tale of what happens to unsold manga. Finally come the previews, with Andrew’s look at uniquely drawn horror and a RomCom Joseph was interested in, and Joseph’s preview of sexual innuendos in a mech.
Our second week of previews, this time featuring more alcohol! Slurry Joseph aside, IRL news features more Fire Emblem Heroes, Overwatch, and a bit about a broken dryer. Then in industry news we learn that Dragon Ball Super is coming to an end, and that now is a good time to be in Tokyo if you want to get into the anime industry. At last the previews come around. Andrew brings us a story of young girl falling for a much older guy and hot boys doing attractive boy things, Joseph meanwhile has a female honey badger killing things and the second season of an anime about Japanese snacks.
It’s that time of year again, as Anime Pulse ditches the reviews and talks about the new anime of the season. Before that though Andrew and Joseph talk about their weeks, with more news on Fire Emblem Heroes and the other main jobs that both the hosts work on outside of AP. In industry news, Andrew has a depressing speech from Goku’s Japanese VA and Joseph invites the creative listeners to submit their “other word” manga ideas to be possibly picked up by a publisher. Finally the previews happen and while they are a bit more speedy, there is a total of five previews to start off. Andrew theming his around Moe Blob, and Joseph around being stuck in a video game world.
The whole internet is talking about it. It’s the big budget movie that has ignited thousands of pointless think pieces on the internet. No other recent movie has been surrounded by such controversy as Pitch Perfect 3. Or it could be Star Wars The Last Jedi.
We have quite a bit to say about the thing. Tim complains about the bombers they use in place of the canonical Y-Wings. Wetall, and the greater internet, complains about arcing lasers in space. Weird sub plots, bad characterization, and tension killing jokes abound. Though if you’re anything like our live listener Algazero, skip to the forty two minute mark to miss out on spoilers. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 77: The Last Jed