As only one of them as had to register their pelvis as a dangerous weapon, at least one half of the Popcorn duo knows a thing or two about weapons. Particularly the kind that does mortal damage. The might even be Lethal Weapon(1987). Yes, Time and Weltall are officially too old for this shit and resort to the classic and quintessential eighties buddy action cop flick. Continue reading Popcorn Pulse 71: Chinese Tango
Wait one second, who is this deep voice imposter claiming to be Joseph!? Oh wait, it’s just Joseph recovering from a summer cold. Well if you weren’t fooled then congrats, not like Joseph tried to hide the fact it was him anyways or come up with a skit about being someone else and then forget about it before starting the show. Anyways, Joseph and Andrew are here again. Andrew talks about going without hot water and internet, and Joseph became a year older all while being sick. Industry news sees topics like training kids to be YouTubers, drawing manga on your phone, and a potential squeal to the live action Death Note. And lastly in reviews Andrew talks about a love triangle with music, and Joseph eats some Japanese snacks.
This week on Anime Pulse our condolences go out to TC’s family as they deal with his passing, and we invite anyone out there to comment on this weeks show with your own thoughts on the loss of a beloved host and co-host. But TC wouldn’t want the show to not go on because of him, not after everything he dedicated to taking Anime Pulse where it is today. As such, Anime Pulse dedicates this show to TC, and we hope that we can continue to bring you as many smiles, laughter, entertainment, and joy as he did.
Ho boy, we got a long one for you this week folks. A lengthy review of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. from Andrew taking the cake, with Joseph’s review of Heavy Object tailing along behind. First things first though, IRL news of Andrew catching more Pokemon and Joseph’s first really bad customer experience. However the largest share of this episode goes to Industry News, with topics covering the thoughts from the Death Note creators on the new Live Action adaptation and how the voice actress for a major female protagonist in Food Wars! won’t be in the third season.
This week on Anime Pulse things return to more of a normal, with a review of the second season of Durarara by Joseph and a review of Eromanga by Andrew. First up is IRL news about Andrew’s struggles to obtain better internet, and Joseph talks about spending Saturday with his mother. Both hosts address comments on the previous show as well as an email, and then jump into industry news of Japanese Deer and FUNimation being bought up.
The Fujoshits are back in town, dear listeners, and they came for blood. Ryo and Blonde watch a shitty prison themed show and then discuss the history of yaoi and it’s byproduct: fujoshi. Break out the lube and get ready for this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark. Continue reading After Dark 20: The Yaoi Episode
This week’s episode of Anime Pulse is a bit of a hybrid, as Joseph tackles a review while Andrew continues on with previews. We got your typical tangents about movies, life, and baking. Then industry news has us discussing the ideal Japanese husband and that mini-game in DoA: Extreme Beach Volleyball about bumping butts, followed by a review of a Lolita Goddess who gets off on killing and a couple previews about fake magical girls and a strange centaur anime.
It it time to bring the pair out of cryosleep and review manga. After a small injection of vitamins and calories, we will dispatch them to the recording bridge for a session of mumbled words and discussion. If we have timeWhich is kind of weird. Why would you need to pass a magic test to see if you can get into the only magic school around? It settles down to a Borders.
Weltall then dives into Darwin’s Game, a manga where members of the Neo-Catholic Church are being killed by the mysterious “Darwin”. Or some dude gets dragged into a death game via a cell phone invite. Everyone playing seems to have powers and don’t die permanently unless they’re out of points. It’s realistic enough in character reactions that it earns a Read It Now. to apply caffiene, they may even be coherent enough to review a couple of manga or whatever the term is based on the local.
Tim reviews Spirit Blade Mountain, a manhua where there’s a magic mountain where all the magic people go to train. Our main character is maybe twelve and maybe the chosen one. He gets into the school and immediately begins the trial to even be accepted.